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xelso
gismu rafsi: xes x1 reflects Greek/Hellenic culture/nationality/language in aspect x2. See also latmo, ropno.
xelso citri
History of Greece
le'e xelso merko cu gusta ponse
Lots of Greek-Americans own restaurants.
.i lo cmene be do cu za'a xelso
I see that you have a Greek name.
fiesta
obsolete fu'ivla x1 is a fiesta See sipna, spano, itlo, xelso
tu'urki
fu'ivla x1 reflects Turkish culture/nationality/language in aspect x2. Cf. bangrturkie, kulnrturkie, xelso, ropno, xazdo.
latmnroma
fu'ivla x1 reflects Roman culture/nation/geography/language/histoury in asect x2 prior to any divisions. x1 pertains to the Roman city/city-state/kingdom/Republic/Empire (prior to division). From a Roman citizen's point of view, emphasizes and centres on Rome (the city) itself - if applied to something outside of nearby Italy, such usage would always connote a directed relationship with Rome/Italy; modern usage is perhaps slightly freer. Culturally and in many ways socially, economically, etc., Eastern and Western Rome were quite intricately related and interconnected- and similar- at first; usage of this word within a context of the divisions would emphasize its umbrella/general scope (possibly for the sake of contrast as much as for displaying similarity or treating everyone with equal footing/care/at once). See also: latmo, latmrbizanto, latmrstici, latmrfriko, xelso, kartapuno