On grammatical class:

be'e
vocative: request to send/speak.
coi
vocative: greetings/hello.
co'o
vocative: partings/good-bye.
fe'o
vocative: over and out (end discussion).
fi'i
vocative: hospitality - inhospitality; you are welcome/ make yourself at home.
je'e
vocative: roger (ack) - negative acknowledge; used to acknowledge offers and thanks.
ju'i
vocative: attention - at ease - ignore me.
ke'o
vocative: please repeat.
ki'e
vocative: thanks - no thanks to you.
mi'e
self vocative: self-introduction - denial of identity; identifies speaker.
mu'o
vocative: over (response OK) - more to come.
nu'e
vocative: promise - promise release - un-promise.
pe'u
vocative: please.
re'i
vocative: ready to receive - not ready to receive.
ta'a
vocative: interruption.
vi'o
vocative: wilco (ack and will comply).
a'oi
vocative: slightly piratical greetings
bu'oi
Interjection: Boo!
co'oi
Combination of {coi} and {co'o}, indicating either greetings or partings according to context.
de'a'ai
vocative: pausing conversation
di'a'ai
vocative: resuming conversation
di'ai
vocative: well-wish - curse
doi'oi
vocative: to the attention of, CC, carbon-copy(ing) ...
fau'u
Forgive me!/I'm sorry!
fe'oi
Vocative: Fin, the end, you may applaud now, conclusion; story ending or punchline marker
fi'i'e
Welcome to
ku'au'i
categorizer/hashtag
o'ai
vocative: slightly surprised greetings
sau'ei
vocative: celebratory cheer/hooray
sau'e'u
topicalizer (sumtcita/discursive; somewhat meta): the following discourse is about/relates to/has topic/concerns
te'ei
Vocative: request/command that recipient acknowledge having received (and understood) the message (iff they did (and do)) - no need to respond
ve'ei
Vocative: from station - to station
coico'o
vocative: greetings in passing.
fi'inai
vocative: hospitality - inhospitality.
je'enai
vocative: roger (ack) - negative acknowledge; I didn't hear you.
jo'aunai
denial of dialect
ju'icu'i
vocative: attention - at ease - ignore me.
ju'inai
vocative: attention - at ease - ignore me.
ki'enai
vocative: thanks - no thanks to you.
mi'enai
self vocative: self-introduction - denial of identity; denies identity of speaker.
mu'onai
vocative: over (response OK) - more to come.
nu'ecu'i
vocative: promise - promise release - un-promise.
nu'enai
vocative: promise - promise release - un-promise.
re'inai
vocative: ready to receive - not ready to receive.
sau'e'unai
cancel topic
ci'oi
Converts following cmevla or zoi-quote into psychomime.
goi'e
assign sentence or tu'e...tu'u group to sumti
jo'au
change version/dialect of parser
ki'ai
Converts following selbri, cmevla, or zoi-quote into a nonce interjection/attitudinal.
sa'ei
Converts following cmevla or zoi-quote into onomatopoeia. (bam! crash! kapow! etc.)
tai'i
Converts following cmevla or zoi-quote into phenomime.

In definition:

doi
generic vocative marker; identifies intended listener; elidable after COI.
cmavrcoi
x1 is the selma'o "COI".

In notes:

rinsa
x1 (agent) greets/hails/[welcomes/says hello to]/responds to arrival of x2 in manner x3 (action).
do'oi
generic single-word generic vocative marker; identifies intended listener with a single, possibly non-Lojban word, delimited by pauses (in speech) or by whitespace (in writing).
li'oi
marks word/construct as being optional, i.e. the bridi would still be both grammatical AND reflect the speakers opinion/intention would the marked construct be left out
ma'oi
selma'o quote; quotes a word (a cmavo) and uses it to name a selma'o.
ni'au
attitudinal: 'how do you do?'
ze'oi
converts following word to selbri-unit: "x1 is related to the meaning of this word in aspect x2"
coindoi
x1 is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'vocative' according to the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.
tcuskuue
x1 (lu; quote) is said/expressed by x2, followed by expression x3 (lu; quote), via expressive medium x4.