x_{1} is the same/identical thing as x_{2} by standard x_{3}; (x_{1} and x_{2} interchangeable).

(cf. panra, satci, mapti, simsa, drata, dunli, cmavo list du - which has no standard place, simxu)

- drata
- x
_{1}isn't the-same-thing-as/is different-from/other-than x_{2}by standard x_{3}; x_{1}is something else. - dunli
- x
_{1}is equal/congruent to/as much as x_{2}in property/dimension/quantity x_{3}. - lanzu
- x
_{1}(mass) is a family with members including x_{2}bonded/tied/joined according to standard x_{3}. - mapti
- x
_{1}fits/matches/suits/is compatible/appropriate/corresponds to/with x_{2}in property/aspect x_{3}. - panra
- x
_{1}parallels x_{2}differing only in property x_{3}(ka; jo'u/fa'u term) by standard/geometry x_{4}. - satci
- x
_{1}[measurement/match] is exact/precise to precision x_{2}in property/quantity x_{3}(ka/ni). - simsa
- x
_{1}is similar/parallel to x_{2}in property/quantity x_{3}(ka/ni); x_{1}looks/appears like x_{2}. - simxu
- x
_{1}(set) has members who mutually/reciprocally x_{2}(event [x_{1}should be reflexive in 1+ sumti]). - mi'u
- discursive: ditto.
- jvomi'u
- The lujvo m
_{1}=l_{1}(text) is an equivalent/interchangable lujvo form of lujvo m_{2}=l_{1}(text). - lazmi'u
- x
_{1}is a family relative of x_{2} - mitmo'a
- mo
_{1}=mi_{1}follows the same pattern as mi_{2}with respect to forms/events mo_{2}arranged according to structure mo_{3}. - mitsmuvla
- v
_{1}=m_{1}is a synonym of m_{2}by standard m_{3}in language v_{3}. - mitsnavla
- x
_{1}is a homophone to x_{2}, and means x_{3}in language x_{4} - mitysisku
- x
_{1}seeks/searches/looks for something that has the same identity as x_{2}among x_{3} - smisi'u
- The members of x
_{1}=simx_{1}(set) resemble one another in property x_{2}=simx_{2}. - modju
- x
_{1}(li; number) is congruent to x_{2}(li; number; see description for canonical/traditional/contextless default usage) modulo x_{3}(li; number); \frac(x_{1 - x}is an integer. - kamcedu
- x
_{1}(ka) is the property/state of being x_{2} - mlumitu
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are indistinguishable from each other, they seem to share all their properties except maybe their location and identity, as perceived by observer x_{3}