denpa bu BY* bu-letteral

letteral: Lojban "." character.


On gloss:

banju'idu in sense "Bu language"
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “jid” (Bu).

On affix form:

denpa
x1 awaits/waits/pauses for/until x2 at state x3 before starting/continuing x4 (activity/process).

In definition:

lerfu
x1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a letter/digit/symbol in alphabet/character-set x2 representing x3.
bu'ivla
x1 (quoted text) is a “bu letteral” of character x2 (zoi quote).
jbole'u
le1=lo1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a letter/digit/symbol of Lojban’s alphabet representing le3
terjonle'u
x1 (letteral: la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a hyphen/joining letter(al) in language x2 with function in/context of use/with rules for use/with properties x3, joining prefixed unit/lexeme/morpheme/string x4 (quote) to postfixed unit/lexeme/morpheme/string x5 (quote) in construct (full word) x6 (quote)
xanle'u
l1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a hand sign in character-set of sign language/system of manual communicationl2 representing l3 performed by hand(s) x1.
xanle'ule'u
xl1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a fingerspelling sign in character-set of sign language/system of manual communication xl2 representing letter/digit/symbol xl3=l1 in written alphabet/character-set xl2 performed by hand(s) xl4.
buvla
x1 (quoted text) is a “bu letteral” of character x2 (zoi quote).
banbuvexu
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “bwx” (Bu-Nao Bunu).
cmavrbu
x1 is the selma'o "BU".
ga'elfu
x1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a capital/capitalised/upper-shift letter/digit/symbol in alphabet/character-set x2 representing x3.
ivla
x1 (brivla/selbri) is used by place x2 (number/me'o+FA+bu) being filled with (a description of / symbol for) x3, in the usage of x4, according to rule(s) x5.
to'alfu
x1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a lower-case letter/digit/symbol in alphabet/character-set x2 representing x3.
ga'e zei lerfu
x1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a capital/capitalised/upper-shift letter/digit/symbol in alphabet/character-set x2 representing x3.
to'a zei lerfu
x1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a lower-case letter/digit/symbol in alphabet/character-set x2 representing x3.

In notes:

fanmo
x1 is an end/finish/termination of thing/process x2; [not necessarily implying completeness].
fliba
x1 fails at doing x2 (state/event); x1 is a failure at its role in x2.
pandi
x1 (agent) punctuates x2 (expression) with symbol/word x3 with syntactic/semantic effect x4.
sisti
x1 [agent] ceases/stops/halts/ends activity/process/state x2 [not necessarily completing it].
ta'o
discursive: by the way - returning to main point.
y
hesitation noise; maintains the floor while speaker decides what to say next.
co'urde'a
x1 quits/stops/aborts waiting/pausing for/until x2 at state x3 and starts/continues with x4 (activity/process).
depsna
s1 is a hesitation sound produced by s2=d1 while for/until d2 at state d3 before starting/continuing d4 (activity/process).
depybu'i
x1 is a period/dot/full stop (character “.”).
depyjdari
j1=d1 is patient, unyielding to force j2=d2 under condition j3=d3.
mocle'u
x1 is a period (punctuation mark)
nunde'a
n1 is a pause by d1 for/until d2 at state d3 before starting/continuing d4 (activity/process).
nundenpa
n1 is a pause by d1 for/until d2 at state d3 before starting/continuing d4 (activity/process).
roldepre'e
x1 is local train that stops every station of cars/units x2 (mass) for rails/system/railroad x3, propelled by x4.
tolcadyde'a
x1 “kills/passes (the) time” by means x3 while waiting for x2.
zasysti
s1 pauses/temporarily halts activity/process/state s2.
fizde
x1 awaits for x2 (event) with bated breath; x1 waits for the occurrence of x2 excitedly/restlessly; colloquially: x1 just cannot wait for x2 to happen; x1 is eager for event x2.