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toi'e
experimental cmavo start UI-applicative metalinguistic UI-parenthetical Presently (without this word), there is no "official" way to apply a UI cmavo to another (instead, they merely express simultaneous emotions pertaining to the relevant construct). This word begins a parenthetical which can contain UI cmavo and applies these cmavo as a string of UI to the immediately previous UI cmavo metalinguistically (as if the external UI is/are any other type of word which can be acted upon by UI). An omitted UI (external or internal) in this case is equivalent to ge'e. Since the produced parenthetical functions as UI, nested or subsequent such parentheticals operate on it as it operates on external UI cmavo. For details on grouping and application, see koi'e. See also: toi'o.
iuro'o toi'e uinai
I'm in love, and I am unhappy about it.
zo'onai toi'e zo'o
I'm serious! OK, I'm kidding.
toi'o
experimental cmavo end UI-applicative metalinguistic UI-parenthetical (elidable terminator) Terminates toi'e parenthetical. Inherently functions as fu'o (only if abstraction-level and otherwise appropriately accessed) on any internal UI cmavo, with the added functionality of metalinguistic application. See also: toi'e.
koi'e
experimental cmavo UI-cmavo parenthesis/separator: start grouping This word is intended to "separate" cmavo in a UI-clause; it can separate the UI-cmavo a toi'e parenthetical will attach to. For example, in (iuro'o toi'e uinai), (uinai) would attach to (iuro'o), while in (iu koi'e ro'o toi'e uinai), (uinai) would attach only to (ro'o). /It can also override the normal "priority order" of how attitudinal-modifiers like ro'a and dai affect each other; this order is currently ill-defined, however. /Elidable terminator: toi'o
ji'au
experimental cmavo attitudinal scope modifier: marks following attitudinal/UI-cluster as applying to the last lexical unit Part of a proposal to redefine attitudinals/UI-clauses as being inherently ambiguous in scope; placing ji'au before the UI-clause (e.g. ji'au ui) will restore and emphasize the original functionality of UI-clauses attaching to the last lexical unit. See i'au, toi'e, fu'e, fu'o. Closable with toi'o.