x_{1}=traji_{1} is superlative in property x_{2}=traji_{2}, the x_{3}=traji_{3} extrema (ka; default: ka zmadu), among set/range x_{4}=traji_{4}, and - moreover - (there exists at least one member of) the ((x_{5)^2)}th (li; 1 or 2) argument [see note] of this selbri actually has/is/attains said property x_{2} according to standard x_{6}.

Being the most extreme in a given property amongst some population does not imply that one actually has that property; for example, the oldest child in a kindergarten class is not necessarily 'old'. For the purposes of x_{5}, whatsoever is submitted to x_{1} becomes a member of a singleton set and x_{5 }= 1 means that this whole member is drawn as the referent of the clause in the definition which begins with "moreover"; however, for the purposes of x_{5}, the argument of x_{4}, which inherently must be set or similar, is left bare - meaning that at least one of its members, rather than the set as whole (being treated as a member of a singleton), is the referent of the clause in the definition which begins with "moreover"; in fact, if x_{5 }= 2, then the set from which the referent is being drawn is actually the relative complement of Singleton(x_{1}) in x_{4} (see: "kleivmu"). So, if x_{1} is a set or a complicated sumti string composed via connectives, then x_{5 }= 1 constructs a singleton set containing x_{1} and then the referent drawn is, necessarily, x_{1}; meanwhile, if x_{5 }= 2, then some member of x_{4} itself, excluding x_{1} (whatsoever it may be), is the referent which is drawn; for the purposes of x_{5}, x_{1} and x_{4} are treated asymmetrically, for the sake of utility and minimal complication. An analog of many of the notes in "zmaduje" will apply here (but recall that x_{3} may be either "ka zmadu" or "ka mleca"!). If negated, then it means "either x_{1} is not the most extreme (in said property amongst said set) at the x_{3} end of the scale, or the ((x_{5)^2)}th argument does not attain the said property (by the said standard)", where x_{5} works as previously described, the "or" is inclusive, and both of the "not"s are the ones specified by the negation (such as "na", "na'e", "to'e", etc.); the negation does not specify which clause is untrue, only that at least one is so.

- zmaduje
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_{1}is more than/greater than/exceeds x_{2}in property x_{3}and the x_{4}th (li; 1 or 2) argument of this selbri actually has/is/attains property x_{3}according to x_{5}.