x_{1} isn't the-same-thing-as/is different-from/other-than x_{2} by standard x_{3}; x_{1} is something else.

- bundukiia
- x
_{1}xarci fi lo ka jai gau cecla ko'a i je ta'e ku ko'a marji lo jinme jo'u lo drata

- frica
- x
_{1}differs/is distinct from/contrasts with/is unlike x_{2}in property/dimension/quantity x_{3}. - mintu
- x
_{1}is the same/identical thing as x_{2}by standard x_{3}; (x_{1}and x_{2}interchangeable). - se'i
- attitudinal modifier: self-oriented - other-oriented.
- datcme
- c
_{1}=d_{1}is an alias/nickname of c_{2}used by c_{3}instead of name d_{2}, differing from it by standard d_{3}. - datmau
- z
_{1}=d_{1}is a plurality of/more than all other subgroups of z_{2}as seperated/classified by property z_{3}=d_{3}by amount z_{4}. - datpre
- x
_{1}is someone else / someone other than x_{2} - tu'oi'u
- end connective string, set, list such that the set of terms provided is exhaustive.
- cmuuugle
- x
_{1}(mass/group/set) is the (primary) out-group counterpart to in-group x_{2}(mass/group/set) with respect to characteristic x_{3}(ka; truth/proposition), which is possessed/satisfied by x_{2}, where both x_{1}and x_{2}are nonempty, strict, mutually disjoint subdivisions of supergroup/superset x_{4}(mass/group/set), with the othering performed (mentally; not necessarily in a way externally manifested) according to the psyche of x_{5}; x_{5}others x_{1}from x_{2}around focal issue/property x_{3} - mludata
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are not indistinguishable from each other, they do not seem to share all their properties (disregarding location and identity), as perceived by observer x_{3}