vujnu
experimental gismu x_{1} is the subtractiondifference of x_{2} and x_{3} (and x_{4} etc.); x_{1} = x_{2}  x_{3} [  x_{4} etc.] Nearsynonymous to selsumji, but better conveys the concept of "subtraction", as opposed to merely "addend", as well as being more convenient for lujvo. See vu'u, sumji, pilji, dilcu, frinu. Proposed rafsi: vuj, vu'u


piksku


xairgau


baxseljibri


cnorailu'a
lujvo x_{1}=p_{1} is the t(h)alweg (path following the deepest points along the course) in/of/belonging to geographical/hydrological/potential feature x_{2}=c_{1}=t_{1} from x_{3}=p_{2} to x_{4}=p_{3} "Potential" in the definition refers to the scalar field, a sense used in physics.


gubysizykai


jmiselfrili


selplijibri


tafrcemize


li bi pilji li re li vo
8 = 4 x 2.


lausku


pesti'i


ctuca


jmina


lairsume
fu'ivla x_{1} is exactly x_{2} (number) of the arguments x_{3}, x_{4}, x_{5}, etc. x_{2} is the number of arguments; each argument may contain more than one object, but x_{2} is only concerned with the number of arguments. See menrece


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