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talsa
gismu rafsi: tal x1 (person) challenges x2 at/in property x3. (cf. jinga, damba, darlu, jivna, nandu for a challenging event/situation)
mi pu talsa le nakni lo ka facki lo danfu
I challenged him in finding the answer.
uei'e
experimental cmavo attitudinal: excited encouragement Used to show excited encouragement, e.g. "Let's play!". = ue'i + e'e. See fizbu, talsa
nandu
gismu rafsi: nad x1 is difficult/hard/challenging for x2 under conditions x3; x1 challenges (non-agentive) x2. See also frili, nabmi, jdari, talsa, tinsa.
damba
gismu rafsi: dab da'a x1 fights/combats/struggles with x2 over issue x3 (abstract); x1 is a fighter/combatant. Use x3 tu'a for fight over an object/objective. See also bradi, gunta, talsa, darlu, fapro, jamna, sonci.
darlu
gismu rafsi: dau x1 argues for stand x2 against stand x3; [an opponent is not necessary]. See also fapro, jamna, sarji, talsa, sumti, tugni, casnu, damba, bradi, tavla.
jivna
gismu rafsi: jvi x1 competes/vies with opponent x2 in contest/competition x3 (event) for gain x4; x1 rivals x2. Also x2 opponent(s), competitor(s), rival(s); x3 competition, race; x4 prize, reward, recognition (gain may be internal or external). See also cnemu, jinga, talsa, bradi, fapro, kelci.
jinga
gismu rafsi: jig ji'a x1 (person/team) wins/gains prize x2 from/over x3 [competitors/losers] in competition x4. Also: x1 is a victor; x2 reward; x3 competitors here are opponents and in many situations, defeated/losers, vs. the set of those competing for a goal; x2 may be a specific object, a commodity (mass), an event, or a property; pedantically, for objects/commodities, this is sumti-raising from ownership of the object/commodity (= posyji'a, posyselji'a for unambiguous semantics). See also cirko, jivna, talsa, cnemu, prali, pleji, sfasa, jdima, jerna, bradi, kargu, kelci.