lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 19 result(s)
tonga
gismu rafsi: tog to'a x1 is a tone/note of frequency/pitch x2 from source x3. See also rilti, zgike, janbe, siclu.
mi tirna lo tonga be lo palta poi farlu
I hear the tone of the plate falling down.
lo cipni ta'e bacru lo tonga be lo barda
The bird produces a high pitch.
lo bakni cu bacru lo tonga be lo cmalu
Cows produces low pitch.
bantu'onu
fu'ivla x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code ''ton'' (Tonga (Tonga Islands)). See also bangu
brato'a
lujvo t1 is a tone high in pitch/frequency from source t3. Cf. barda, tonga, cladu.
kadyto'a
lujvo x1 is a dim/muted tone of pitch x2 from source x3. See also kandi, tonga.
bantunuzu
fu'ivla x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code ''tnz'' (Tonga (Thailand)). See also bangu
bantu'ogu
fu'ivla x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code ''tog'' (Tonga (Nyasa)). See also bangu
bantu'o'i
fu'ivla x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code ''toi'' (Tonga (Zambia)). See also bangu
cmato'a
lujvo t1 is a tone low in pitch/frequency from source t3. Cf. cmalu, tonga, smaji, lauble.
juftogmo'a
lujvo t1=m1 is the intonation of sentence j1=m2 with characteristics t2=m3. Cf. jufra, tonga, morna.
siclu
gismu rafsi: sil x1 [sound source] whistles/makes whistling sound/note/tone/melody x2. See also sance, tonga, sanga, zgike, savru.
gugdetu'o
fu'ivla x1 is the country with the code ISO-3166 ''TO'' (Tonga) for people x2. See also gugde
ru'urtu'opu
fu'ivla x1 is measured in currency with code ISO-4217 ''TOP'' (Tonga, Pa''anga) as x2 (number). See also rupnu, jdini
janbe
gismu rafsi: jab x1 is a bell/chime/[tuning fork] [tuned percussion instrument] producing sound/note x2. Also: x1 rings/tolls (i.e. if it rings, then it is a bell); resonates (one sense, = jabdesku). See also zgike, tonga, desku, slilu.