ma'oi ZO experimental cmavo

selma'o quote; quotes a word (a cmavo) and uses it to name a selma'o.

The output is the selma'o to which the quoted cmavo belongs (according to the relevant frammar/standards/version); thus any cmavo in the same given selma'o could be used in order to reference that selma'o (not just the canonical cmavo works). Example: "ma'oi coi" is equivalent to COI, as is "ma'oi co'o". For the most part, this will ignore sub-selma'o classes (such as VUhU1 versus VUhU2; both would be treated as simply VUhU). See also: "ra'oi".


In definition:

ma'oi'e
Like "ma'oi" but outputs the officially-designated/canonical sub-selma'o (if any) to which the immediately following and quoted word (cmavo) belongs, otherwise outputting the whole relevant selma'o in fashion equivalent to "ma'oi".

In notes:

pevyselma'o
x1 is the part-of-speech / grammatical class of word x2, which means or has function x3 in language x4.
vlagenkle
x1 is the part-of-speech / grammatical class of word x2, which means or has function x3 in language x4.