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Lojban sentence search

Total: 96 result(s)
fu'ivla x1 cheers/squeals with joy with sound x2 Confer: iicmo, gleki, cmoni, .ui
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
.i .e'o do te lisri tu'a ko'a ca lo bavlamdei .a'u sai .ui .a'o se'i nai ro'i
Hey, could you tell a story about it tomorrow? I'm very interested, and I hope you can.
experimental cmavo emphasis indicator; indicates the previous word is especially emphasized Equivalent to ba'e but in UI. See also ba'e
experimental cmavo attitudinal: friendly/friendishly/amicably/companionship/compatriotship/comradeship - antagonistically/enemyishly See also: ai, au, iu, o'e, ua, ui, kansa, pendo, prami
mi jdica lo nu ciska lo pano jufra be fi lo spano ca lo ro djedi .i ba'a la.rosi,os. .ui dai cikre jy
I have decided to write ten sentences in Spanish each day. I'm sure that RocĂ­o will be very happy to correct them.
experimental cmavo attitudinal modifier: supposed emotion - factual emotion Used for emotions that are non-factual, for example when talking about hypothetical events. la'a ui dai'i mi ba te dunda lo karce lo mi patfu I will probably be given a car by my dad and I would feel happy about it if that happened.
experimental cmavo attitudinal: equal intensity attitudinal relativizer Specifies an equal intensity - relative to any previously specified intensity of the same UI/cmavo. See also mau'i, me'ai, cu'i
experimental cmavo attitudinal: weaker intensity attitudinal relativizer Specifies a weaker intensity - relative to any previously specified intensity of the same UI/cmavo. See also mau'i, dau'i, ru'e
experimental cmavo Indicator for moderate or normal attitudinal intensity Used to indicate the "default" intensity of attitudinals, the intensity that is implied when for example using a bare "ui" (which is in-between "sai" and "ru'e"). Useful mostly together with pei. Derived from cnano.
experimental cmavo attitudinal modifier: observed emotion; preceding attitudinal is observed on listener Replaces recent questionable usage of dai, which should be reserved for situations in which the speaker also feels the emotion. ui nai zai'a - I see you are unhappy. (Note that observation is not limited to visual)
experimental cmavo nonce-word indicator; indicates previous word is nonce-creation and may be nonstandard Equivalent to za'e but in selma'o UI. See also za'e, pe'a, xo'o
lujvo x1 is is a free word (word which can be freely inserted into or deleted from a sentence without making it ungrammatical), with meaning/function x2 in usage (language) x3 This corresponds to selma'o UI in Lojban.
experimental cmavo reset bridi-level to zero Auto-inserts all necessary terminators to reset to the top-level bridi of the sentence (i.e. everything that i would insert except the last vau). This is useful if you have opened multiple NU/NOI subclauses, and just want to close them all to add more sumti, terms, or a xoi clause to the main bridi without using a bunch of terminators. // May also be used with UI-cmavo. UI-cmavo placed immediately after i'au would scope over the entire sentence. This is useful for attaching attitudinals as afterthoughts, without having to close the entire sentence manually with the right number of vaus. See ji'au, fu'e, fu'o.
experimental cmavo attitudinal: stronger intensity attitudinal relativizer Specifies a stronger intensity - relative to any previously specified intensity of the same UI/cmavo. CAI2 after CAI specifies an absolute intensity - but the CAI2 specifies the relative shift from the regular value. CAI after CAI2 specifies an relative value - and the CAI denotes the relative amount interval size. See also me'ai, dau'i, sai
experimental cmavo attitudinal category question: what is the category (UI4) of attitudinal? Specifically asks about the UI4-category, either when attached to attitudinals or used alone. Valid answers include both the category on its own and a whole UI with additional specifiers (as long as the category is included). Of course, any relevant -nai or -cu'i of the category must be included in the answer.