ce'o JOI -ce'o- cmavo

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


In definition:

mindy'utka
x1 directly or indirectly commands x2, via intermediaries x3 (ce'o; ordered list), for result x4 (event) to occur.
pafy'utka
x1 is patrilineal/agnatic to/an agnate of x2; x1 is path-connected to x2 via the fatherhood relation, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive agnates) x3 (ce'o; ordered list).
pavmombesy'utka
x1 is path-connected to x2 via the male-only first-born progeny/primogeniture relation; x1 is the first-born son of the first-born son of ... the first-born son of x2, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive first-born sons) x3 (ce'o; ordered list).
pavmompazy'utka
x1 is path-connected to x2 via the (non-gendered/absolute) first-born progeny/primogeniture relation; x1 is the first-born offspring of the first-born offspring of ... the first-born offspring of x2, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive first-born offspring) x3 (ce'o; ordered list), "first" being according to ordering rule x4 (default, as used in this definition: chronological order of birth; restrictions on legitimacy etc. may also be included here).
pavmompazy'utka'ypanzi
x1 is any child of the first child of the first child of ... the first child of x2, with intermediate steps x3 (complete ordered list, "ce'o"; should include the relevant parent of x1), where "first" is according to (partial) ordering rule x4 (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
x1 is path-connected to x2 via the female-only first-born progeny/primogeniture relation; x1 is the first-born daughter of the first-born daughter of ... the first-born daughter of x2, connected by a graph-path passing through intermediate relations/steps (successive first-born daughters) x3 (ce'o; ordered list).
pedy'utka
x1 is a friend of a friend of ... a friend of x2 (experiencer), path-connected by the directed friendship relationship via intermediate nodes (friends) x3 (list; ce'o).
pendy'utka
x1 is a friend of a friend of ... a friend of x2 (experiencer), path-connected by the directed friendship relationship via intermediate nodes (friends) x3 (list; ce'o).
sity'utka
x1 = sitna1 = .utka1 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 x2 = sitna2 = .utka2, via intermediate path-connecting steps x3 = .utka3 (ordered list; ce'o), all for the same information/statement x4 = sitna3 (du'u).
sity'utkaro
x1 (possibly indirectly) cites x2, via intermediate citation path x3 (ordered list; ce'o), for information/statement x4, such that said x2 is the ultimate source (along path x3) for said information/statement x4.
endi
x1 (digit string/byte, storage system, convention) has endianness x2 ("ce'o" sequence of numbers (li); description (ka?)); x1 is x2-endian.
lamji'utka
x1 is directly or indirectly touching x2 via intermediate steps x3 (ce'o list); x1 and x2 belong to the same connected component.
utka
x1 and x2 are path-linked by binary predicate x3 (ka) via intermediate steps x4 (ce'o; (ordered) list).
utkaje
x1 and x2 are path-linked by directed binary predicate x3 (ka) via intermediate steps x4 (ordered list; ce'o), such that both (A) no other node exists in the graph (x5) to which x2 is connected in the same way/direction and (B) no other node exists in the graph (x5) to which x1 is connected in the opposite/symmetric way/direction.
utkaro
x1 and x2 are path-linked by directed binary predicate x3 (ka) via intermediate steps x4 (ordered list; ce'o), such that no other node exists in the graph (x5) to which x2 is connected in the same way/direction.

In notes:

gripi'i
x1 is the product (combined multiplication result) of x2 (plurality of the same type as x1)
grisumji
x1 is the sum (combined addition result) of x2 (plurality of the same type as x1)
rilsletei
x1 is tempo of rhythmic movement x2 with the unit x3; x1 is a time interval and corresponds to the unit x3 of a form of rhythm of x2.
terbri
x1 (sequence of sumti) is the sequence of arguments that, joined by relation x2 (ka), form predicate x3 (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
x1 (ordered set) is an index of unordered items x2 (set) ordered by rule x3 (proposition)
kenmige
x1 is to x2 as x3 is to x4 as x5 is to x6 ...
ki'irsi
x1 is a sequence in which each adjacent pair of elements is related by x2 (binary predicate; applied in the order of the sequence).
porsice
x1 is an ordered sequence consisting of elements x2, x3, x4, etc.
stakeda
x1 (ordered group of entity; full set) is a stack / LIFO queue