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zelmoija'a
lujvo j1 has the rank of Major General/Rear Admiral/Air Vice-Marshal (equivalent of NATO OF-7) in military unit /organization j2. Cf. ze, moi, jatna, jemja'a, vairsoi, bivmoija'a, xavmoija'a. Based on STANAG 2116: NATO Codes for Grades of Military Personnel.
li fy pe li xy cu fancu li ma'u li ma'u no me'o vei xy su'i pa ve'o pi'i vei xy vu'u pa ve'o
f(x) = (x + 1) (x − 1), where x > 1, f(x) > 0.
balpi'o
lujvo p1 is a grand piano. See also: mrupi'o, sa'irpi'o, tu'urpi'o, cpupi'o, runpi'o, dicpi'o
cazyfau
lujvo f1 is actual (existing in act or reality, not just potentially). See also ca'a, fasnu, jetnu, pusfau, faurnu'o.
claco'a
lujvo co1 is a/the anterior (zootomy)/cranial/cephalic end (anatomy)/superior end (human anatomy) of body/object cl1; co1 (subevent) is at the starting point of long event/time-intervall cl1. Metaphor: A tree grows in its long direction, with the roots as its starting point (co'a) and the crown as its ending point (co'u). Standard anatomical term to avoid ambiguity. In vertebrate usually the head, in invertebrate the end with a mouth (or equivalent structure), or the end that usually points in the direction of the organism's locomotion. See also anterior/superior absolute position (claco'uklo), anterior/superior relative position (claco'umau), posterior/inferior end (claco'u), anteroposterior (A-P) axis (selcla), ventral/anterior end (befco'u), dorsal/posterior end (tolbefco'u).
claco'u
lujvo co1 is a/the anterior (zootomy)/cranial/cephalic end (anatomy)/superior end (human anatomy)/fore/bow (nautical)/nose (skateboard etc), of body/object cl1; co1 (subevent) is at the ending point of long event/time-intervall cl1. Metaphor: A tree grows in its long direction, with the roots as its starting point (co'a) and the crown as its ending point (co'u). Standard anatomical term to avoid ambiguity, but not restricted to anatomical objects. In vertebrate usually the head, in invertebrate the end with a mouth (or equivalent structure), or the end that usually points in the direction of the organism's locomotion. In most animals the same as the front (=craraipau), but in humans the same as the top (=gapraipau). See also anterior/superior absolute position (claco'uklo), anterior/superior relative position (claco'umau), posterior/inferior end (claco'a), anteroposterior (A-P) axis (selcla), ventral/anterior end (befco'u), dorsal/posterior end (tolbefco'u/bekpyco'u).
cpupi'o
lujvo p1 is a harpsichord. See also: mrupi'o, balpi'o, sa'irpi'o, tu'urpi'o, runpi'o, dicpi'o
frinyna'u
lujvo n1 is a rational/fractional number. frinu namcu. See also tolfrinyna'u, xarna'u, tolxarna'u, mrena'u, lujna'u
gligu'e
lujvo gu1 is England (country). Cf. glico, gugde, glibau, glige'a, ritygu'e, kotygu'e.
ladjvestagycti
lujvo c1 is an lacto-vegetarian eating vegetable(s) and drinking milk. See also (ethical) vegan (=nardalprapli), dietary vegan (=stagycti), ovo-vegetarian (=sovjvestagycti), herbivore (=spacti).
ne'oi
experimental cmavo unary operator: primorial a# The product of the first pi(a) prime numbers p_i starting with p1 = 2, where pi(a) is the (not-greater-than-)prime-counting function. Not strictly monotonically increasing unless a=p_j for positive integers j.
nikyjinme
lujvo n1 is made of/contains/is a quantity of nickel (Ni). Unlike nikle, this brivla is only true for nickel, but it is untrue for other metals resistant to oxidation. See also jinme.
pavbudjo
lujvo b1 is the first Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. Cf. budjo, pa, moi, lijda, censa
ritplu
lujvo d1 is/are (one or more of) the British Islands [United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; the Bailiwick of Jersey; the Bailiwick of Guernsey (including Alderney, Herm and Sark); the Isle of Man] British Islands is a term within the law of the United Kingdom.
ritygu'e
lujvo g1 is Great Britain (country). Cf. brito, gugde, ritnai, gligu'e, kotygu'e.
samcrtigridia
obsolete fu'ivla s1 is a quantity of cacomitl of species/strain x2 (genus Tigridia). The roots of tigridia (=spartigridia) are edible and were eaten by the Aztecs of Mexico who called it cacomitl.