broda -rod- gismu

1st assignable variable predicate (context determines place structure).

See also cmavo list bu'a.


In definition:

cei
selbri variable assignment; assigns broda series pro-bridi to a selbri.
brodyiolpe
x1 is a mass-individual (myopic singular, Mr Broda); x1, or rather every individual among x1, is logically an individual but represents a plurality and has the properties of what it represents
noi'a
incidental/non-restrictive adverbial: converts selbri to bridi adverbial term. The first place of the converted selbri is claimed to be such that the outer bridi satisfies it, and the outer bridi is claimed. {broda noi'a brode} means {lo nu broda ku goi ko'a cu fasnu .i ko'a brode}.
poi'a
restrictive adverbial: converts selbri to bridi adverbial term. The first place of the converted selbri is claimed to occur in conjunction with the outer bridi. {broda poi'a brode} means {lo nu broda cu fasnu gi'e brode}.
poi'o'a
restrictive first place adverbial: converts selbri to bridi adverbial term. The outer bridi is claimed to occur together with the event of the first place of that bridi satisfying the converted selbri. {broda poi'o'a brode} means {broda fau lo nu vo'a brode}.
soi'a
subordinating adverbial: converts selbri to bridi adverbial term. The bridi is claimed to satisfy the first place of the converted selbri, but is not itself claimed to occur. {broda soi'a brode} means {lo nu broda cu brode}

In notes:

lo
descriptor: the one, which (is / does) ... / those, which (are / do) ...
malglixlu
x1=m1=g1=xl3 is an inappropriate anglicism made by x2=xl2, inappropriate according to x3=m3
norkai
x1 is liminally/neutrally x2 (ka); x1 is between the state of x2 and the state of the inverse of x2
selbricu'i
x1 is/are a word/words potential for using as selbri
tolja'e
The negation of x1 (event/state) is a result/outcome/conclusion of antecedent x2 (event/state). x1 is prevented by x2.
tolkai
x1 is characterized by the polar opposite of x2 (ka)
tolki'u
x1 (event/state) is a reason/justification/explanation for/causing/permitting the negation of x2 (event/state). x1 prevents x2.
tolmu'i
x1 (event/state) motivates/is a motive/incentive for the negation of x2 (event/state), per volition of x3. x1 prevents x2.
tolni'i
x1 (event/state) logically necessitates/entails/implies the negation of x2 (event/state), under rules/logic system x3. x1 prevents x2.
tolri'a
x1 (event/state) effects/physically causes the negation of x2 (event/state). x1 prevents x2.
bei'oi
Tag linkarge 2
be'oi
Tag linkarge
ce'oi
argument list separator: acts as a comma between arguments in an argument list supplied to a function.
dau'o
Quantifier modifier: endowment of existential import - repeal of existential import/abstention from claiming existence - assertion of non-existence
fo'ai
Creates a predicate abstraction sumti out of a full bridi clause, binding all the necessary lambda variables to the fo'a-fo'u pronoun series.
ge'ai
metasyntactic variable prenex
ge'ei
metasyntactic variable marker
ja'ei
jai equivalent of la'e
ju'ei
Tight scope bridi separator; analogous to {.i} without ending the abstractor or relative clause.
ke'au
relative clause prenex: assigns a variable to the object of the relative clause
ke'oi
reverses modification order of contained tanru (does not affect lujvo).
ko'ai
Creates a predicate abstraction sumti out of a full bridi clause, binding all the necessary lambda variables to the ko'a-ko'u pronoun series.
la'ei
combines LA with DOI
li'ai
unevaluated mekso as name.
na'ei
Contradictory negation of a predicate
re'au'e
the trivial selbri conversion - identity permutation of terbri
ru'oi
quantifier: "all" (as opposed to "every")
sei'au
terbri editor: passes the terbri value through the quoted function so that the sumti that fills it really is filling the output of the function
tu'ei
makes a new selbri, the first two places of which are to be filled with sumti from the first two abstraction places of the selbri following this word
tu'oi'u
end connective string, set, list such that the set of terms provided is exhaustive.
xo'i
Extracts selbri from a tag, inverse of fi'o
zei'ei
begin quote that is converted into rafsi
eilga
x1 (du'u/nu) should (moral obligation) be true/happen by standard x2
le'elkai
x1 is/are the thing(s) described/named with property x2 by the speaker, who thinks this is contextually enough information for the listener to understand what are x1's referent(s)