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xe'e
experimental cmavo digit/number: any/non-specific referent; modifies quantifier to indicate that it is not important what the specific members of the referential set are Note: ro is preferred if you are merely saying that the predicate is true for all referents ("Anyone can do this"), rather than saying something like "Choose any two apples". // (xe'e pa prenu) = "any one person / one non-specific person", (xe'enai pa prenu) = "one specific person". See itca, steci, su'anai, su'ero, te'i'o
xe'enai
cmavo-compound digit/number: specific referent; modifies quantifier to indicate that there are particular referents that fulfill the predicate (xe'e pa prenu) = "any one person / one non-specific person", (xe'enai pa prenu) = "one specific person". See itca, steci, su'anai
nalvaimenre
lujvo x1 is any referent of x2 ; x2 has a set of referents, but the difference between the members of the set is not important One possible interpretation of xe'e. (xe'ere lo mu plise) → (re nalvaimenre be lo mu plise); (xe'ere plise) → (re nalvaimenre be ro plise). See le'elkai, itca, menre. Shortening: nalvaime
su'ero
cmavo-compound digit/number: any number "Not more than all"; idiom to indicate that any number (within contextual limits, i.e. rone'e bi'i ro) would satisfy the predicate. su'ono "at least zero" is also usable in contexts where negative numbers aren't meaningful (e.g. most quantifiers). See xe'e, xo'e