x_{1} is in the future of/later than/after x_{2} in time sequence; x_{1} is latter; x_{2} is former.

Also sequel, succeed, successor, follow, come(s) after; time ordering only (use lidne otherwise); aorist in that x_{1} may overlap in time with x_{2} as long as it extends afterwards; non-aorist future (= cfabalvi); (default x_{2} is the space time reference, whereupon:) x_{1} will occur.
See also lidne, cabna, purci, farna.

- cabna
- x
_{1}is current at/in the present of/during/concurrent/simultaneous with x_{2}in time. - farna
- x
_{1}is the direction of x_{2}(object/event) from origin/in frame of reference x_{3}. - lidne
- x
_{1}precedes/leads x_{2}in sequence x_{3}; x_{1}is former/preceding/previous; x_{2}is latter/following. - purci
- x
_{1}is in the past of/earlier than/before x_{2}in time sequence; x_{1}is former; x_{2}is latter. - bavgaupei
- g
_{1}=p_{1}thinks about/considers/ponders/reflects upon doing b_{1}=g_{2}=p_{2}(nu) after b_{2}(nu) - bavlamke'u
- x
_{1}is the next/following time that x_{2}happens. - bavyfarvi
- f
_{1}ages / passes through time into future form f_{2 }= b_{1}from current / past / earlier form f_{3 }= b_{2}through stages f_{4}. - bavykri
- x
_{1}expects/anticipates x_{2}to happen. - bavypunji
- p
_{1}delays p_{2}until after b_{2}. - cfabalvi
- b
_{1}is entirely in the future of b_{2}; b_{1}begins after b_{2}. - dormijbalvi
- b
_{1}is later than noon of day d_{2}at location d_{3}. - selbalvi
- x
_{2}=b_{1}is in the future of/later than/after x_{1}=b_{2}in time sequence; x_{2}=b_{1}is latter; x_{1}=b_{2}is former. - tembalvi
- x
_{1}is in the future of/later than/after x_{2}in time sequence, separated by an interval of x_{3} - datro
- x
_{1}(event) is dated/pertaining to day/occurring on day x_{2}of month x_{3}of year x_{4}in calendar x_{5} - datru
- x
_{1}(event) is dated/pertaining to day/occurring on day x_{2}of month x_{3}of year x_{4}in calendar x_{5} - bai'ei
- unary mathematical operator: successor/augment/increment (by one), succ(a) = a++ = a+1
- ji'oi
- This cmavo precedes a predicate (at least binary) and turns it into a conjunction, which syntactically behaves like JA cmavo. The predicate indicates the relationship between the two connected propositions. Terminator: {te'u}.
- ba'alvi
- x
_{1}happens in the future; x_{1}will happen