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gajanai la cevni na zasti gi sarcu fa lo nu finti ri
If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.
mi djuno lo du'u mi zasti vau fo lo du'u mi pensi
I know that I exist since I think.
pa mo'o pu zu ku zasti fa lo nanmu e lo ninmu
Chapter 1. Long ago lived a man and a woman.
ro bu'a zo'u lo ka bu'a cu xamgu .inaja la cev cu traji lo ka bu'a .i lo ka zasti cu xamgu .i ja'o la cev cu traji lo ka zasti
Of all good properties, God is the entity that has the most of it. Existence is a good property. Hence, God is the entity that is the most existent of all.
ca lo nu mi zasti vau mi pu noroi viska lo tricu poi se klani lo barda sai
I've never seen so many trees in my life.
enzasti
fu'ivla x1 exists/is real in universe-of-discourse x2 Proposed alternate definition of zasti. See munje, enfasnu, li'i'e. x2 can be lo fatci, or a system, real or imagined, including a "story universe"; thus, e.g. unicorns (probably) don't exist with x2=lo fatci, but they'd exist in the stories where they exist.
zatra'i
lujvo r1=z1 exists over interval r2. r1=z1 is r2 years/days etc. old. Not restricted to biological forms. Cf. zasti, ranji, temci, ditcu, jbena, morsi, cfari, fanmo, jmive.
xanri
gismu rafsi: xar x1 [concept] exists in the imagination of/is imagined by/is imaginary to x2. Also (adjective:) x1 is mental (one sense), x1 is unreal (one sense); in spite of the synonym, note that x1 is imaginary does not imply that it doesn't exist in the real world; the definition is crafted so that one can talk about imaginary things without claiming that they thereby don't exist. See also fatci, senva, sucta, zasti, cfika, dacti, menli, sidbo.
slabu
gismu rafsi: sau x1 is old/familiar/well-known to observer x2 in feature x3 (ka) by standard x4. This can cover both meanings of old. Old in years, i.e. age, can be conveyed through x2 = the world, life, existence (= loi nu zasti); in usage this has been a common default for ellipsis. However slabu is not the opposite of 'young' (= nalci'o, tolci'o), but the opposite of 'new' (= tolni'o); also ancient (= tcesau), age (= nilsau); x2 is used to x1 (= selsau for reordered places); historic/historical (= cirsau, cirselcedra; also vaipru). (cf. clani, citno, cnino, se djuno; not the opposite of citno, djuno)