x_{1} is a positive number (greater than zero (0)), understood as a member of an ordered set with additive identity, such as the typical structure on the set of all real numbers.

See also: ni'u zei namcu.

- makcu
- x
_{1}is mature/ripe/fully-grown/adult in development-quality x_{2}(ka). - namcu
- x
_{1}(li) is a number/quantifier/digit/value/figure (noun); refers to the value and not the symbol. - zekri
- x
_{1}(event/state) is a punishable crime/[taboo/sin] to people/culture/judges/jury x_{2}.

- zmana'u
- z
_{1}=n_{1}is a positive number relative to origin z_{2}. - tcaxe
- x
_{1}(object) has charge x_{2}(number) in units x_{3}for interaction/of type x_{4}and in/by/using convention x_{5} - no'e'u
- digit/number: liminal zero; neither positive nor negative
- rai'i
- mekso (2 or 3)-ary operator: maximum/minimum/extreme element; ordered list of extreme elements of the set underlying ordered set/structure X
_{1}in direction X_{2}of list length X_{3}(default: 1) - si'i'ai
- digit/number: a finite/bounded number, finitely many.
- te'i
- at a point on time axis
- xo'ei
- unary mekso operator: produces a string of n consecutive "xo'e"'s, treated as digits (concatenated into a single string of digits)
- ionti
- x
_{1}is an ion of radical/(atom of element)x_{2}with x_{3}charges - trendelenburge
- x
_{1}(humanoid body) is in (reverse) Trendelenburg position with the feet higher than the head by x_{2}(angle measurement, measured relative to the horizontal; units must be specified). - zenbaje
- x
_{1}(experiencer/function) increases/gains/is incremented/augmented in property/quantity x_{2}such that it achieves/had achieved having that property at 'time' x_{3}(abstraction, number) according to standard x_{4} - zmaumce
- x
_{1}(li) is a bound on set x_{2}(set) in direction x_{3}(li) in ordered structure x_{4}; x_{1}bounds x_{2}from the x_{3}side in x_{4}; x_{2}is bounded from the x_{3}side by x_{1}. - ni'u zei ionti
- x
_{1}is an anion of radical/(atom of element)x_{2}with x_{3}charges. - ni'u zei namcu
- x
_{1}is a negative number (less than zero (0)), understood as a member of an ordered set with additive identity, such as the typical structure on the set of all real numbers.