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lujvo j1 is a fender/firescreen for a fireplace using fuel f2 burning-in/reacting-with oxidizer f3. Cf. fagri, julne.
lujvo z1 is a fireplace/hearth for fuel f2 burning in/reacting with oxidizer f3 (default air/oxygen). Cf. fagri, zdani, toknu.
lujvo g1 [person/agent] annoys, by doing f1 [event], f2 [person]. The annoyance must not neccessarily be intentional. Cf. fanza (for an annoying event), gasnu.
lujvo f1=n1 is an unmarried woman under law/custom/tradition s3. Cf. nalspe, naknalspe, specfari'i, bavyspe, pruspe.
lujvo sa1 is fish sauce for use with sa2, containing ingredients including sa3. Cf. kukfusra, tsapi, silna, sobysanso.
lujvo c1=g1 is the lap of t2. Cf. galtu, tuple, crane, tsetupyzbe.
lujvo z1 narrows/contracts/is diminiished in dimension g2 by amount j3. Cf. ganra, jdika, ganze'a.
lujvo se1 is (close to) a billion (10^9) of eight indivisible, most basic computer subunits of computer se2; se1 is a gigabyte In binary a gigabyte is actually 1 073 741 824 bytes, but we can round off for brevity, and to parallel the metric units.
lujvo d1 is a noodle (ribbon-shaped) made of d2=g1 See also grusko, grutu'u, grudakli, grubo'o
lujvo p1=g1 is a public square managed by/belonging to polity/community p2. Cf. gubni, panka, zacpanka, zdipanka, fanrypanka, kagnypanka.
lujvo p1 is a state/province/region (first-level administrative division) of country p2=g1. Cf.gugde, pagbu. A province or region can also be a second-level administrative division; for these use gugypausle.
lujvo n1 is Diwali (Deepavali) celebrated by s1 with activities s3 from gusni nu salci
lujvo v1 is a warplane of type/for carrying v2, propelled by v3. Cf. jamna, vinji, jamvijgri.
lujvo b1=j1 approaches/nears/draws nearer/closes in on j2. Cf. jibni, binxo, jbikla, jbize'a, la'irze'a.
lujvo c1 is a priest/pastor/imam of community c2 adhering to religion l1. Cf. lijda, catni, jdatro, jdaja'a, ravboni.
lujvo j1 is the bishop/archbishop of j2 of religion l1. Cf. lijda, jitro, catnrpepiskopo, jdaja'a, jdaca'i. For 'archbishop' one can use 'lo banli jdatro'.