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Lojban sentence search

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gismu rafsi: map x1 is a cap/hat/crown/helmet/piece of headgear [head-top garment] of material x2. See also taxfu, stedu, drudi.
lujvo l1 is half-naked; l1 is partly without cover/clothes/[protection]. See also: lunbe, no'e, taxfu, bandu.
gismu rafsi: pak x1 are pants/trousers/slacks/leggings [legged garment] of material x2. See also taxfu, pastu, skaci.
gismu rafsi: pas x1 is a robe/tunic/gown/cloak/dress/[coveralls] [a long/full body garment] of material x2. Also coveralls (= paspalku). See also kosta, taxfu, palku.
fu'ivla x1 is a jersey of material x2. Knitted clothing, traditionally in wool or cotton, with sleeves, worn as a pullover, as it does not open at the front, unlike a cardigan (tafrkardiga). Cf. taxfu.
lujvo d1 is a button (for clothing) of type/size d2 (ka/ni), made of material d3. Cf. dinko, taxfu.
lujvo p1=ti1 is a model/mannequin serving fashion/artistic/commercial concept ti2=ta1. Cf. tigni, tarmi, larcu, taxfu.
gismu x1 is a skirt/kilt/dress of material x2; x1 is skirted [garment open at the bottom; not legged]. A skirted garment may be full length (pastu), but must hang below the waist from support above or at the waist. See also taxfu, palku.
lujvo x1=m1 is a pattern of marks x2=m2=b1 arranged according to structure x3=m3 on x4=b2 of material x5=b3. Cf. taxfu, jadni, bitmu, bimxra.