On grammatical class:

mai
utterance ordinal suffix; converts a number to an ordinal, such as an item or paragraph number.
mo'o
higher-order utterance ordinal suffix; converts a number to ordinal, usually a section/chapter.
ba'ai
discursive suffix: attaches to number. "I expect with probability..."
ju'ai
Default number radix modifier: changes the value of the default radix assumed for any numeral lacking an explicit radix within the following text, until another {ju'ai} appears.
nomo'o
discursive utterance ordinal: zeroth section/chapter ordinal; foreword.
pamai
discursive: first utterance ordinal.
pamo'o
discursive utterance ordinal: first section/chapter ordinal.
remai
discursive: second utterance ordinal.
romai
discursive utterance ordinal: finally; last utterance ordinal.
za'umai
discursive: further utterance ordinal

In definition:

mai'o
turns number into pro-sumti: the abstraction described by the utterance denoted by that number and {mai}
bangajezu
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “ayz” (Mai Brat).
cmavrmai
x1 is the selma'o "MAI".

In notes:

slurume
x1 is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'free' according to the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.