lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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vlipa
gismu rafsi: vli x1 has the power to bring about x2 under conditions x3; x1 is powerful in aspect x2 under x3. Also potent, has control/mastery. See also tsali, jitro, ruble.
e'e do jarco lo ka vlipa
Show your strength, go for it!
lo mutce vlipa cu te binxo lo mutce selfuzme
With great power comes great responsibility.
za'i mutce vlipa kei ja'e lo mutce selfuzme
With great power comes great responsibility.
cu'u la gleki la lojban cu vlipa bangu
As said by La Gleki, Lojban is a powerful language.
lo vi karce cu se matra lo vlipa
This car has a powerful engine.
pa lo vi bitmu be le malsi cu sinxa lo pu nu le gugde cu vlipa
One of these walls of the temple is a sign of the past power of the country.
no drata be lo mamta be mi cu vlipa lo ka bapli lo nu mi cliva
Only my mother has power to make me leave.
kamvli
lujvo k1 is the power of v1 in aspect v2 under conditions v3. Cf. ka, vlipa, trubasti.
tsali
gismu rafsi: tsa x1 is strong/powerful/[tough] in property/quality x2 (ka) by standard x3. See also ralci, ruble, carmi, vlipa.
vlixlu
lujvo x1=v1 influences the power dynamics of situation x2=v3 towards end x3=v2 through means of influence x4. From vlipa, xlura.
mi zgana lo nu lo mi xa mei slanu karce cu mutce vlipa zmadu lo mi laldo karce
I notice that my 6-cylinder car is much more powerful than my old car.
ruble
gismu rafsi: rub ble x1 is weak/feeble/frail in property/quality/aspect x2 (ka) by standard x3. See also carmi, vlipa, tsali, kandi, kandi, milxe.
lo nu ko'a vlipa cu revgau lo gugde be lo elfe bei bu'u la midju terdi co'u lo nu co'i daspo la turni djine
Their power maintained the realms of the Elves in Middle-earth until the destruction of the Ruling Ring
le turni pu ganzu lo ruble prenu lo vlipa jenmi lo ka bapli lo nu le jenmi cu zukte lo te minde
He turned weak people into a powerful army by making them execute orders.
ra noi tikpa le kamju poi sanli le cripu be le rirxe poi pagre le cmatca noi se zdani le nanmu poi ponse le karli poi rinka lo nu makfa vlipa cu mrobi'o
He, who kicks the pillar that stands on the bridge that leads over the river that flows through the village, in which lives the man, who owns the collar that bestows magical powers that perform miracles, dies.