jargone fu'ivla

x1 is jargon dialect used by x2 used to express specific terminology x3

See also bangu, lengua, tecyvla, pe'ainai


On gloss:

pe'ainai in sense "interpretation"
technical meaning; marks a construct as jargon/terminology/technical/precise/exact speech/text
tecyvla in sense "technical terminology"
v1 is a term/jargon (from a specialised area of knowledge) meaning v2=s2 in language v3.

In definition:

pe'ai
discursive: layperson/laïc meaning; marks a construct as layperson/common/non-technical/non-jargon speech/text
zai'e
jargon word indicator; indicates next word is a jargon word
zi'ai
jargon word indicator; indicates previous word is a jargon word
bancuxenu
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “chn” (Chinook jargon).

In notes:

denbi'i
x1=j1 is interdental/between the upper and lower teeth of body/person d2
denrixtolku'o
x1=t1 is an alveolar ridge of body x2.
denrixtolku'oti'e
x1=tr1 is postalveolar/behind the alveolar ridge of body x2
guglyzamgri
x1 is a Google Group for x2 to discuss/talk about subject x3
moldadyko'u
x1=d1=k1 is the uvula of body m2.
ranmolgapru
r1=g1 is the velum/soft palate of body m2
relctebi
c1 is bilabial/pertains to both lips of orifice c2 of body c3.
tebjoide'i
x1 is labiodental/pertains to the lower lip and upper teeth of body/person c3=d2.
vokterplo
p3 is the glottis/vocal folds of v2.
cletckajiko
x1 is a mathematical set/structure/space/object (use appropriate gadri) such that its (set-/structure-/space-/object-theoretic) complement (in space x3) has property x2 (ka) in space x3
lenguua
x1 is a language used by x2 to express x3 (du'u, not quote)