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ro sinma be lo sinma be le ca jatna be le merko naku se sinma su'o prenu
Anyone who repsects someone who repsects the current president of the United States is not respected by at least one person.
mleca
gismu rafsi: mec me'a x1 is less than x2 in property/quantity x3 (ka/ni) by amount x4. Also negative (= nonme'a). See also cmavo list me'a, cmavo list su'o, jdika, zmadu, traji.
su'oi
experimental cmavo existential plural quantifier. ``There is/are.'' ``su'oi da'' = ``na ku ro'oi da na ku.'' cf. su'o which is an existential singular quantifier.
lo prenu poi nanca li su'o po'o pa bi cu se krali lo ka co'a speni vau lo jecta be lo vi gugde
People of not less than 18 years only have a right to marry under the polity of this country.
no'ai
experimental cmavo digit/number: absolute zero; nothing; there does not exist; ∄ Mathematically equivalent to no, but implies lack of negative values, especially on a scale (va'e/va'ei e.g.). Equivalent to "rone'e no". Cf. no'e'u, su'o, ro, su'oi, ro'oi
su'ero
cmavo-compound digit/number: any number "Not more than all"; idiom to indicate that any number (within contextual limits, i.e. rone'e bi'i ro) would satisfy the predicate. su'ono "at least zero" is also usable in contexts where negative numbers aren't meaningful (e.g. most quantifiers). See xe'e, xo'e
suzyterki'i
lujvo x1=k3 is the relationship between x2=k1, x3=k2, x3...; x1 is a property of x2. From su'o te ckini. Any number of places may be used. This word was invented by xorxes and is intended as an alternative to quantified selbri with bu'a; it allows the relations to be specified as sumti.
te'i
experimental cmavo at a point on time axis temjudri modal. See also de'i and ti'u. ex.) su'o da nuntumdesku te'i li re no pa mu pi'e mu pi'e ci no pi'e re no pi'e re vo noi sinxa lo mentu ku'o te te'i u'y ty cy xi ma'u so (There was an earthquake at 2015-05-30 20:24 UTC+9.) / su'o da nuntumdesku te'i li re vo mu ze pa ze re pi so ze mu te te'i la juli'us (There was an earthquake at 2457172.975 of Julian date.)
jbojevysofkemsuzgugje'ake'eborkemfaipaltrusi'oke'ekemgubyseltru
lujvo x1 reflects Lojbanic Soviet Federative Socialist Republic culture/nationality/community in aspect x2 cf. lojbo je softo ke su'o gugde jecta ke'e bo fatri prali turni sidbo gubni and se
temjudri
lujvo x1 is a point on time axis, of event/state x2, in system x3. temci zei judri. Both date and time may be x1 all together. See te'i for BAI. See also detri, tcika. ex.) li re no pa mu pi'e mu pi'e ci no pi'e re no pi'e re vo cu mentu temjudri su'o nuntumdesku u'y ty cy xi ma'u so (There was an earthquake at 2015-05-30 20:24 UTC+9.) / li re vo mu ze pa ze re pi so ze mu cu temjudri su'o nuntumdesku la juli'us (There was an earthquake at 2457172.975 of Julian date.)
bu'ai
experimental cmavo abstractor: abstractor to create logically quantified selbri variable to be used in predicate logic of third or higher order. zo'e and da are a constant and a bound variable of predicate logic of first order respectively; co'e and bu'a are a selbri constant and a bound selbri variable of predicate logic of second order respectively; in order to express predicate logic of third or higher order, it is essential to have selbri that treat selbri variables in the domain of all selbri of second order. su'u and bu'ai in selma'o NU can compose respectively a selbri constant and a bound selbri variable in the domain of all selbri of second order. In the case that bu'ai takes plural number of selbri variables, connect them with ju'e or something. Higher order is also possible by nesting bu'ai. Example: su'o bu'ai xe'u kei su'o bu'a ro da zo'u bu'ai da bu'a (This xe'u is an abstraction-variable-indicator-selbrisle used in order to put a word of selma'o NU in prenex.) See also su'u, bu'a; xe'u.
gadri
gismu rafsi: gad x1 is an article/descriptor labelling description x2 (text) in language x3 with semantics x4. x2 is the noun phrase/sumti without the article/descriptor; description ((x1 with x2) = gadysu'i); note: 'determiner' has become the accepted general linguistics term, displacing 'article'; however, 'determiner' includes all words that can introduce a noun phrase/sumti, whether a description or not, such as pronoun possessives like lemi, quantifiers (especially in indefinites) like ci and su'o, and demonstratives like ti, ta, and tu; the term 'descriptor' in Lojban, is limited to words that introduce descriptions (excluding indefinites), such as those of selma'o LA and LE, their common compounds such as lemi, and possibly lenu. 'article' typically refers only to a single word; Lojban assumes the broader meaning] See also valsi, cmavo.
namcixu
fu'ivla For mo'e x4 x in x1 there exist mo'e x5 y in x2 such that x me'au x3 y; for mo'e x6 y in x2 there exist mo'e x7 x in x1 such that x me'au x3 y. Cf. me'au, mo'e. Somewhat supercedes rolsixu, in that rolsixu is namcixu for x4=x6=li ro, x5=x7=li su'o.