patxu -pax- gismu

x1 is a pot/kettle/urn/tub/sink, a deep container for contents x2, of material/properties x3.

(cf. tansi, palne for depth; baktu, botpi for open/lidded)


In notes:

baktu
x1 is a bucket/pail/can/deep, solid, wide-topped container of contents x2, made of material x3.
botpi
x1 is a bottle/jar/urn/flask/closable container for x2, made of material x3 with lid x4.
palne
x1 is a tray/platter/flat container [pan/sheet/griddle] of contents x2, and made of material x3.
tansi
x1 is a pan/basin/tub/sink, a shallow container for contents x2, of material/properties x3.
febgau
g1 (person/agent) boils x2=f1 at temperature x3=f2 and pressure x4=f3.
glajarpatxu
x1=p1 is a crucible for x2=p2, of material/properties x3=p3
jaursabypatxu
p1 is a watering can used by s1 to water/irrigate s3 made of p3
paxlai
k1 is k2 (quantifier, default: one) potfuls in quantity.
tcatypatxu
x1=p1 is a teapot/teakettle for contents x2=p2=t1, of material/properties x3=p3
kai'i
Property relativizing determiner. {kai'i} introduces a predicate whose first argument slot becomes filled by the property made by taking the bridi in which this {kai'i} appears and putting {ce'u} into the argument slot in which this {kai'i} argument was located. Put formally, "kai'i brodi cu brodu" = "lo ka ce'u brodu cu brodi". Additionally, a {kai'i} term has a rightward logical scope, like quantifiers and adverbials.