ka'i zei sumtika zei-lujvo

x1 is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'sumti' that has the only terminal 'KOhA #' or 'lerfu-string /BOI#/' in the formal grammar of the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.

Also known as 'pro-sumti'. See also sumtika.


On affix form:

krati
x1 represents/is an agent/proxy/stands-in for [absent] x2 in matter(s)/function(s) x3.
zekri
x1 (event/state) is a punishable crime/[taboo/sin] to people/culture/judges/jury x2.

In definition:

cmapagjvo
x1 (text) is a lujvo with meaning x2 and arguments x3, and which is constructed from tanru/veljvo x4 such that each element of the veljvo is ultimately only a cmavo (including "{zei}", "{ke}"/"{ke'e}", "{bo}", etc.), gismu, or rafsi of such cmavo or gismu.
zejvo
x1 (text) is a Lojban compound predicate using the particle “zei”; with meaning x2, arguments x3, built from metaphor (tanru) x4.
luvrzei
x1 (text) is a Lojban compound predicate using the particle “zei”; with meaning x2, arguments x3, built from metaphor (tanru) x4.
zeiljvo
x1 (text) is a Lojban compound predicate using the particle “zei”; with meaning x2, arguments x3, built from metaphor (tanru) x4.
zo si si zei fa'o
x1 is a nonsense zei-lujvo using parts x2, silly by standard x3.