lojbo jufsisku
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poirsi
fu'ivla x1 is a partial/total ordering on set x2 defined by rules x3 Use with fi'o for specification of ordering. Rather similar to porsi; notice that the terbri are permuted.
xlarafsrejvo
lujvo x1 is an improperly-created/wrongly-proposed/illy-proposed lujvo with intended meaning x2 but actual interpretation/built from metaphor x3, due to/with error x4 in its rafsi x5, which is unacceptable to x6 by standard x7, in language x8 Notice that terbri structure and conditions of error are not referenced in the terbri of this word. The error could be simply failing to be the highest-scoring lujvo available (for a given tanru) by some algorithm/standard; however, it could also be the product of a certain unintentionally wrong tanru construct (wherein a given meaning was intended but is not reflected in the veljvo). See also: srejvo.
bo'a
experimental cmavo pro-sumti: definitional terbri variable 1; x1 May be used to define words with cei'e, or to talk about definitions of existing or proposed words. Series: bo'a bo'e bo'i bo'o bo'u
bo'e
experimental cmavo pro-sumti: definitional terbri variable 2; x2 May be used to define words with cei'e, or to talk about definitions of existing or proposed words. Series: bo'a bo'e bo'i bo'o bo'u
bo'i
experimental cmavo pro-sumti: definitional terbri variable 3; x3 May be used to define words with cei'e, or to talk about definitions of existing or proposed words. Series: bo'a bo'e bo'i bo'o bo'u
bo'o
experimental cmavo pro-sumti: definitional terbri variable 4; x4 May be used to define words with cei'e, or to talk about definitions of existing or proposed words. Series: bo'a bo'e bo'i bo'o bo'u
bo'u
experimental cmavo pro-sumti: definitional terbri variable 5; x5 May be used to define words with cei'e, or to talk about definitions of existing or proposed words. Series: bo'a bo'e bo'i bo'o bo'u
do'ai
experimental cmavo discursive & gafyzmico: ignore/kill all following default specifications (permanently) Hereinafter, no terbri will have any default specification unless explicitly given one in the discourse or unless the "official" definition default value is referenced explicitly by the appropriate pro-sumti. See also: dai'o, zmico, gafyzmico, da'o.
mivru'e
lujvo p1 is the life of j1 through stages p4. This focuses on the process of x2's life as a succession of stages (childhood, chrysalis, etc.), while nunji'e more generally denotes the event of x2 being alive without a default terbri to specify the stages x2 goes through during that event.
tcanaca
fu'ivla x1 is the node of present concern/is the current position in graph x3 (not necessarily oriented; notice the terbri number), connected (possibly indirectly) to/with other nodes x2 (possibly incomplete set) via (oriented) paths x4 "Current position" is in thought. See also: grafu, tcanaba, tcanapu.
nonsmi
lujvo x1 is the zero(-like)/additive identity of structure/ring x2; often is denoted by ' 0_R ' (for structure/ring R, specified by x2) or by '0' when context is obvious Definition and rules may be specified in the second terbri; this definition does not suppose that the ring is not the 0-ring (the trivial ring) with the mapping of all multiplications to 0 (in which case, the additive identity is also the multiplicative identity). The usage of "additive" and "multiplicative" in this context are defined by the ring. See also: pavysmi
panryzilbri
lujvo x1=b2=p3 is a (predicate) equivalence relationship/similarity/parallel with/between/among arguments (sequence(s)/set(s)) x2=b3=p1=p2, partitioning (with only empty intersection) set/structure x3=p4; elements of x2 are mutually similar in property x1 within structure x3; x3 is partitioned by x1 into equivalence classes (including) x2; An equivalence relation is reflective, symmetric, and transitive. Likewise for the first two terbri of panra. Therefore, order of x2 is unimportant. See also: panra, panrykle, terpanryziltolju'i
se'o'e
experimental cmavo elliptical/generic/unspecific/vague selbri conversion Basically says 'in some (id est: at least one) ordering/permutation, these arguments and this selbri make sense [and I claim the produced sentence]'. The ordering may be complicated, or it could even be the case that multiple orderings work. Can be useful for when one does not quite remember or care about the exact definition of a brivla, including in sumti; can also be useful when the conversion is particularly complicated, when a desired terbri has a large index, or when multiple conversions are true; it is an allowed, if unhelpful, response to se'u'o.
xlajvo
lujvo x1 is a bad/poorly-made lujvo with issue x2, bad according to x3 and by standard x4 The badness need not be an error per se; it may merely be some feature (x2) that is not desirable or relatively preferable. For example, perhaps the terbri structure is not predictable/regular/algorithmic, or the lujvo is very long, or the lujvo is not the highest-scoring lujvo (for some fixed tanru construct) according to an algorithm/standard. See also: srejvo.
zilterle'u
lujvo x1=l2 is a formal character-set/alphabet containing letter(s)/characters/digits/terms x2=l1; x2 is a letter in formal alphabet x1 and is treated formally (it has no meaning, other than possibly being distinct from other letters in x1) Used for formal language analysis. See also: lu'erma, lu'erfu, lerfu (for a nonformal, potentially meaningful variant - with reordered terbri)
brivlacme
lujvo c1 (quoted word(s)) is a name of c2 used by c3 that morphologically [strict] is brivla bv1 in language x5 The name must strictly be a (sequence of) brivla (according to rules for language x5); as such, in Lojban, the word(s) c1 must end with vowels and in fact must exactly follow the morphology of brivla. See also: brivlasmicme (a specialization); jvocme (a different specialization that is analogous but restricted to Lojbanic lujvo). Language is specified to be x5 rather than bv_n because the definition for brivla has not yet gained consensus and this particular terbri is dependent thereupon.