non-logical connective: ordered sequence link; "and then", forming a sequence.

- mindy'utka
- x
_{1}directly or indirectly commands x_{2}, via intermediaries x_{3}(ce'o; ordered list), for result x_{4}(event) to occur. - pafy'utka
- x
_{1}is patrilineal/agnatic to/an agnate of x_{2}; x_{1}is path-connected to x_{2}via the fatherhood relation, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive agnates) x_{3}(ce'o; ordered list). - pavmombesy'utka
- x
_{1}is path-connected to x_{2}via the male-only first-born progeny/primogeniture relation; x_{1}is the first-born son of the first-born son of ... the first-born son of x_{2}, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive first-born sons) x_{3}(ce'o; ordered list). - pavmompazy'utka
- x
_{1}is path-connected to x_{2}via the (non-gendered/absolute) first-born progeny/primogeniture relation; x_{1}is the first-born offspring of the first-born offspring of ... the first-born offspring of x_{2}, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive first-born offspring) x_{3}(ce'o; ordered list), "first" being according to ordering rule x_{4}(default, as used in this definition: chronological order of birth; restrictions on legitimacy etc. may also be included here). - pavmompazy'utka'ypanzi
- x
_{1}is any child of the first child of the first child of ... the first child of x_{2}, with intermediate steps x_{3}(complete ordered list, "ce'o"; should include the relevant parent of x_{1}), where "first" is according to (partial) ordering rule x_{4}(default: chronological order of birth per successive generation within the given lineage; other restrictions on legitimacy etc. may be specified here as well). - pavmomtixy'utka
- x
_{1}is path-connected to x_{2}via the female-only first-born progeny/primogeniture relation; x_{1}is the first-born daughter of the first-born daughter of ... the first-born daughter of x_{2}, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive first-born daughters) x_{3}(ce'o; ordered list). - pedy'utka
- x
_{1}is a friend of a friend of ... a friend of x_{2}(experiencer), path-connected by the directed friendship relationship via intermediate nodes (friends) x_{3}(list; ce'o). - pendy'utka
- x
_{1}is a friend of a friend of ... a friend of x_{2}(experiencer), path-connected by the directed friendship relationship via intermediate nodes (friends) x_{3}(list; ce'o). - sity'utka
- x
_{1 }= sitna_{1 }= .utka_{1}cites/quotes/refers to/makes reference to a source, which itself/who themself cites/quotes/refers to/makes reference to a source, which itself/who themself in turn cites/quotes/refers to/makes reference to source, ..., which itself/who themself cites/quotes/refers to/makes reference to source x_{2 }= sitna_{2 }= .utka_{2}, via intermediate path-connecting steps x_{3 }= .utka_{3}(ordered list; ce'o), all for the same information/statement x_{4 }= sitna_{3}(du'u). - sity'utkaro
- x
_{1}(possibly indirectly) cites x_{2}, via intermediate citation path x_{3}(ordered list; ce'o), for information/statement x_{4}, such that said x_{2}is the ultimate source (along path x_{3}) for said information/statement x_{4}. - endi
- x
_{1}(digit string/byte, storage system, convention) has endianness x_{2}("ce'o" sequence of numbers (li); description (ka?)); x_{1}is x_{2}-endian. - lamji'utka
- x
_{1}is directly or indirectly touching x_{2}via intermediate steps x_{3}(ce'o list); x_{1}and x_{2}belong to the same connected component. - utka
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are path-linked by binary predicate x_{3}(ka) via intermediate steps x_{4}(ce'o; (ordered) list). - utkaje
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are path-linked by directed binary predicate x_{3}(ka) via intermediate steps x_{4}(ordered list; ce'o), such that both (A) no other node exists in the graph (x_{5}) to which x_{2}is connected in the same way/direction and (B) no other node exists in the graph (x_{5}) to which x_{1}is connected in the opposite/symmetric way/direction. - utkaro
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are path-linked by directed binary predicate x_{3}(ka) via intermediate steps x_{4}(ordered list; ce'o), such that no other node exists in the graph (x_{5}) to which x_{2}is connected in the same way/direction.

- gripi'i
- x
_{1}is the product (combined multiplication result) of x_{2}(plurality of the same type as x_{1}) - grisumji
- x
_{1}is the sum (combined addition result) of x_{2}(plurality of the same type as x_{1}) - rilsletei
- x
_{1}is tempo of rhythmic movement x_{2}with the unit x_{3}; x_{1}is a time interval and corresponds to the unit x_{3}of a form of rhythm of x_{2}. - terbri
- x
_{1}(sequence of sumti) is the sequence of arguments that, joined by relation x_{2}(ka), form predicate x_{3}(du'u) - ce'oi
- argument list separator: acts as a comma between arguments in an argument list supplied to a function.
- uoi
- discursive: marks question construct as allowing filling it with answers that are non-referential constructs only
- indice
- x
_{1}(ordered set) is an index of unordered items x_{2}(set) ordered by rule x_{3}(proposition) - kenmige
- x
_{1}is to x_{2}as x_{3}is to x_{4}as x_{5}is to x_{6}... - ki'irsi
- x
_{1}is a sequence in which each adjacent pair of elements is related by x_{2}(binary predicate; applied in the order of the sequence). - porsice
- x
_{1}is an ordered sequence consisting of elements x_{2}, x_{3}, x_{4}, etc. - stakeda
- x
_{1}(ordered group of entity; full set) is a stack / LIFO queue