lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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lo tsani be lo xamsi cu klina gi'e banli
The sky in the sea is clean and magnificent.
lo tsani cu tsina pe'a lo galtu lo tarci
The sky is a high "pedestal" for stars.
terdi
gismu rafsi: ted x1 is the Earth/the home planet of race x2; (adjective:) x1 is terrestrial/earthbound. (cf. lunra, plini, solri, kensa, tsani; dertu for ground, dirt, except when used to express physical relative frame of reference E.g. on the ground, the ground beneath us. tsani)
kensa
gismu rafsi: kes x1 is outer space near/associated with celestial body/region x2. See also canlu, munje, terdi, tsani.
tanblo
lujvo x1 is an airship for carrying x2, propelled by x3 See tsani, bloti, vinji
tanminli
lujvo x1 is x2 (default 1) parsec(s) from tsani minli c.f. gusminli solminli.
tanta'o
lujvo t1=t1 is a skysurfingboard of material/property t2. From tanbo, tsani. See also si'erta'o, jacta'o, xilta'o
xu pu se zgana fa da poi tarci bu'u lo tsani
Were there any stars in the sky?
ma'a ka'e viska za'u kilto be lo tarci be bu'u lo tsani
We can see thousands of stars in the sky.
pe'a lo solri ku noltrunau lo tsani ije lo lunra ku noltruni'u loi tarci
The sun is the king of the sky, the moon is the queen of the stars.
lo solri ku nakni turni lo tsani ije lo lunra ku fetsi turni loi tarci
The sun is the king of the sky, the moon is the queen of the stars.
le lunra noi pelxu gi'e cukla gi'e carmi cu zvati lo tsani
The Moon, yellow, round and bright, is in the sky.
gapru
gismu rafsi: gap x1 is directly/vertically above/upwards-from x2 in gravity/frame of reference x3. See also tsani, galtu, cnita, drudi, gacri, dizlo, farna.
lo me lo tsani mei cu na'e banzu lo ka te ciska lo se du'u mi do prami
A skyful isn't enough to have written upon it that I love you.
lo tsani pu tarci ckaji je cu carmi i tai bo fau lo nu da catlu ty vau da co'a retsku fi lo nei fe lo se du'u xukau lo se ke xlali je cunso cnitcini ke'e prenu ka'e xabju ni'a le tai tsani
The sky was so starry, so bright that, looking at it, one could not help asking oneself whether ill-humoured and capricious people could live under such a sky.