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experimental cmavo elliptical/unspecified number. See also no'o, tu'o, xo, zo'e, co'e, and do'e.
fa xi xo'e mi fa xi xo'e do viska
You, I see (maybe you see me, maybe I see you, context will tell).
tu'a mi nanca li 18 pi xo'e
I am eighteen years old.
re xo'e prenu pu zvati le kumfa
20 - 29 people were present in the room.
ko troci lo nu cilre lo xo'e gerna
Try to learn some grammar.
cmavo null operand (used in unary mekso operations). See also xo'e.
la Fred pu viska lo vinji fa xi xo'e noi vofli ga'u la Tsurix
Fred saw the plane flying over Zurich.
experimental cmavo elliptical/unspecified/vague single-symbol (general) Might mean either bo'e (BY) or xo'e (PA), or any other single-symbol selma'o elliptical.
experimental cmavo mathematical operator: vague/elliptical/general/generic operator Arity is context-dependent. Properties and structure are context-dependent or vague. See also: xo'e, zi'a'o. Preferred over ma'e'o.
experimental cmavo unary mekso operator: produces a string of n consecutive "xo'e"'s, treated as digits (concatenated into a single string of digits) n can be any nonnegative integer, infinity, or vague. The default value of n is itself "xo'e", thus transforming this word into a 0-ary operator. The output is a string of digits, not a number; thus, it automatically attaches to a string of PA's if immediately preceding this word; following digits must be concatenated on; it might be necessary to convert this string into a number (especially if it is isolated and/or is being acted upon an operator that is defined as desired for numbers but not for digits or strings), but the conversion may be automatic according to the grammar (at least in some contexts). xo'e is considered to represent exactly one digit in the given base until it is converted into a number.
experimental cmavo elliptical/unspecified/vague letteral/symbol Has use in mekso at the least; in this context, it might subsume xo'e (but see: xo'e'o'e). It also may be useful in spelling, initialisms, etc. If used as a pro-sumti (as other letters are), it means zo'e but only for reasonable or previously specified letterals assignments.
lujvo x1 is an unknown value/argument, unknown to x2 See djuno, kutydza, goilka'i, co'e, zo'e, do'e, xo'e, comco'e, zi'o
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