xratai


lo xabju be lo bi'u nai cmatca cu ta'e kansi'u lo nu bevri lo narge me lo vo xance be lo re prenu be'o poi se tarmi lo julne mei li so'o
The people living in that village habitually carry together several heaps of nuts, each heap being of the size of a net that is formed by two people's four hands.


caltaicmaci
lujvo cm_{1} is a geometry describing cm_{2}=ca_{1}=t_{1} geometric object. Cf. canlu, tarmi, cmaci, cukyxratci, cukla, kubli, cibjgatai, cibjgacmaci.


cnadakfu


cukla


kubli


mapti


marji


mirsi'o


strelka


kurfa
gismu rafsi: kur x_{1} is a rightangled shape/form defined by set of vertices x_{2}, dimensions x_{3} (default 2). Also rectangle, square, rectilinear; square (= kubykurfa, pitkubykurfa), cube (= kurkubli), rectangle (= clakurfa), rhombus/diamond (= sa'orkurfa, sa'orpitkubli). See also bliku, kubli, tapla, salpo, tarmi.


bliku
gismu rafsi: bli x_{1} is a block [3dimensional shape/form] of material x_{2}, surfaces/sides x_{3}. x_{3} sides/surfaces should include number, size, and shape; also polyhedron (= pitybli having flat/planar sides/surfaces). regular polyhedron (= kubybli, blikubli), brick (= kitybli); See also tapla, kubli, tanbo, canlu, kojna, sefta, bolci, kurfa, tarmi.


jbofuvi
fu'ivla x_{1} is a Lojbanderived zi'evla/"selfloanword" with meaning x_{2} derived from word(s) x_{3} From lojbo + fu'ivla, shortening of jbojbofu'ivla. See zi'evla. Examples of jbofuvi: crenzuue, gentufa, aiste, and of course, jbofuvi itself. // Although usually refers to zi'evla, is not necessarily limited to it  jinda (from jipno dirce tarmi) is an experimental gismu that's a jbofuvi, while dzipo (from cadzu cipni) is an original gismu that's also a jbofuvi.


tapla
gismu x_{1} is a tile/cake [shape/form] of material x_{2}, shape x_{3}, thickness x_{4}. A tile is a 3dimensional object, relatively uniform and significant in the 3rd dimension, but thin enough that its shape in the the other two dimensions is a significant feature; 'city block' is conceptually a tile; polygon (= taplytai or kardytai  shaped like an approximately2dimensional block, lijyclupa  a loop composed of lines). (cf. bliku, kubli, matci; karda, for which the 3rd dimension is insignificant, bliku, kurfa, matci, plita, tarmi)


morna
gismu rafsi: mon mo'a x_{1} is/reflects/represents a pattern of forms/events x_{2} arranged according to structure x_{3}. [x_{3} is a model for x_{1} (= termontai, or the more abstract = termonsi'o); image (= gusmo'a, nenmo'a, dairmo'a, selylenmo'a, selmirmo'a, velmirmo'a, but also all of these tai instead of mo'a for the ideal)]; See also ciste, ganzu, marji, slilu, stura, tarmi, boxna, cimde, gidva, jimpe, rilti.


tairmlunra
fu'ivla x1 is the conceptualized/ideal/abstract shape of a crescent/concave 'horned' (then convex rounded) form/geometric partiallyconcave lune formed by/manifested from the intersection x2 (parameters) of twodimensional circular disks immersed (embedded) in geometry/defined by metric x3 x2 can explicate any relevant characteristics and parameters that describe the intersection of the twodimensional circular disks, such as: the radii of the circular disks, the relative location of their centers/perimeters, the direction in which the 'horns' of the crescent are facing. The shape is itself twodimensional, but may be immersed/embedded in a greaterdimensional space or in a nonEuclidean metric (such as Manhattan space or spherical geometry); due to some ambiguity in naming of the shape in spherical geometry (confer: lens/tairbagycukykruca), other words are probably preferred for the area bounded by intersecting great circles in such a context (see: spherical great digon, Zweieck). The lune in this sense is a "filled area": it is a disk less an intersection (with another disk). See also: cuktai, tairjirnycukykruca, tairbagycukykruca, tarmi, simlu, mluni, lunra, plini
