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ma smuni lo'u vau ua le'u noi do cusku
What's the meaning of "vau ua" that you said?
vau
cmavo elidable: end of sumti in simple bridi; in compound bridi, separates common trailing sumti.
cmavrvau
fu'ivla x1 is the selma'o "VAU".
ta banli vau pei
That's awesome, right?
do dotco vau xu
You're Germans, aren't you?
zdani mi'a vau fi'i
Welcome to our home.
mi jinga vau ui
I won, yay!
banvu'a'u
fu'ivla x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code ''vau'' (Vanuma). See also bangu
la'e di'u banli vau pei
That's awesome, right?
jisra lo najnimre vau e'o
Orange juice, please!
gi'ei
experimental cmavo afterthought abstraction wrapper Accepts 'gi'ei LE NU', 'gi'ei NU' (elided LE defaults to lo), or 'gi'ei LOhOI'. Wraps the bridi before it within an abstraction. e.g. 'mi klama le zarci gi'ei-le-nu cabna lo nu do klama' = 'le nu mi klama le zarci cu cabna lo nu do klama'. Also see xoi, jai'i. Grammar note: The gi'ei-group acts like a specialized vau, grabbing a single bridi. If you are in a sub-bridi of the bridi you wish to convert, you need to close the sub-bridi with vau, or use i'au to return to the top bridi of the sentence.
i'au
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.
ko ganlygau lo vorme vau e'o
Shut the door, will you?
ko cisma sega'a mi vau e'o
Smile at me, please.
do jbena fo la.xokaidon. vau je'u pei
You are from Hokkaido, aren't you?
lo glibau cu nandu vau je'u pei
English is difficult, innit?