the last sumti having a {du'u}-abstraction at its topmost level inside

- bridi
- x
_{1}(du'u) is a predicate relationship with relation x_{2}among arguments (sequence/set) x_{3}. - ciksi
- x
_{1}(person) explains x_{2}(event/state/property) to x_{3}with explanation x_{4}(du'u). - cilre
- x
_{1}learns x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3}from source x_{4}(obj./event) by method x_{5}(event/process). - ctuca
- x
_{1}teaches audience x_{2}ideas/methods/lore x_{3}(du'u) about subject(s) x_{4}by method x_{5}(event). - datni
- x
_{1}(du'u) [fact/measurement] is data/information/statistic(s) about x_{2}gathered by method x_{3}. - djuno
- x
_{1}knows fact(s) x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3}by epistemology x_{4}. - facki
- x
_{1}discovers/finds out x_{2}(du'u) about subject/object x_{3}; x_{1}finds (fi) x_{3}(object). - fatci
- x
_{1}(du'u) is a fact/reality/truth/actuality, in the absolute. - jdice
- x
_{1}(person) decides/makes decision x_{2}(du'u) about matter x_{3}(event/state). - jetnu
- x
_{1}(du'u) is true/truth by standard/epistemology/metaphysics x_{2}. - jijnu
- x
_{1}(person) intuits x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3}; [epistemology]. - jimpe
- x
_{1}understands/comprehends fact/truth x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3}; x_{1}understands (fi) x_{3}. - jinvi
- x
_{1}thinks/opines x_{2}[opinion] (du'u) is true about subject/issue x_{3}on grounds x_{4}. - jitfa
- x
_{1}(du'u) is false/is an untruth by standard/epistemology/metaphysics x_{2}. - kanxe
- x
_{1}is a conjunction, stating that x_{2}(du'u) and x_{3}(du'u) are both true. - krici
- x
_{1}believes [regardless of evidence/proof] belief/creed x_{2}(du'u) is true/assumed about subject x_{3}. - logji
- x
_{1}[rules/methods] is a logic for deducing/concluding/inferring/reasoning to/about x_{2}(du'u). - morji
- x
_{1}remembers/recalls/recollects fact(s)/memory x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3}. - natfe
- x
_{1}(du'u) contradicts/denies/refutes/negates x_{2}(du'u) under rules/logic x_{3}. - nuzba
- x
_{1}(du'u) is news/tidings/new information about subject x_{2}from source x_{3}, to observer x_{4}. - senpi
- x
_{1}doubts/is dubious/doubtful/skeptical/questions that x_{2}(du'u) is true. - sitna
- x
_{1}cites/quotes/refers to/makes reference to source x_{2}for information/statement x_{3}(du'u). - smadi
- x
_{1}guesses/conjectures/surmises x_{2}(du'u) is true about subject x_{3}; [epistemology]. - sruma
- x
_{1}assumes/supposes that x_{2}(du'u) is true about subject x_{3}; [epistemology]. - tugni
- x
_{1}[person] agrees with person(s)/position/side x_{2}that x_{3}(du'u) is true about matter x_{4}. - vlina
- x
_{1}is a logical alternation/disjunction, stating that x_{2}(du'u) and/or x_{3}(du'u) is/are true. - vreji
- x
_{1}is a record of x_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about x_{3}(object/event) preserved in medium x_{4}. - xusra
- x
_{1}(agent) asserts/claims/declares x_{2}(du'u) is true [can be used for epistemology of authority]. - tefi'ei
- ifle modal, 3rd place: "otherwise..." (du'u or nu)
- balkulctu
- x
_{1}is a professor teaching audience x_{2}ideas/methods/lore x_{3}(du'u) about subject(s) x_{4}by method x_{5}(event). - bancocysle
- s
_{1}=c_{1}is a linguistic-gesture unit/chereme [in analogy with phoneme; specifically, nonvocal] representing/that is recognized meaningful conceptual subunit underlying specific gestures/gesture-phones s_{2}in language b_{1}used by b_{2}in order to communicate/express b_{3}=c_{2}(si'o/du'u; not quote) made using body part/utensil/tool/locus c_{3}by motion/action/means c_{4} - banvoksle
- s
_{1}(phone/speech sounds; specifically is linguistic and vocal) is a phoneme in/of segment of utterance/speech stream s_{2}=v_{1}in language b_{1}of speaker v_{2}=b_{2}in order to communicate/express b_{3}(si'o/du'u; not quote(?)), produced with body-parts/tools x_{6}at loci/in position/manner (of articulation) x_{7} - baucmu
- c
_{1}is the basis of language c_{2}=b_{1}used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - begbau
- be
_{1}=ba_{1}is the Bengali language used by ba_{2}to communicate ba_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bidbau
- x
_{1}=b_{1}is the Indonesian language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - biglogji
- l
_{1}[rules/methods] is a deontic logic for deducing/concluding/inferring/reasoning to/about l_{2}(du'u). - brilogji
- l
_{1}[rules/methods] is a predicate logic for deducing/concluding/inferring/reasoning to/about l_{2}(du'u) with predicate relationships b_{1}. - ca'irvei
- x
_{1}=v_{1}is an authoritative document of x_{2}=v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about x_{3}=v_{3}(object/event) preserved in medium x_{4}=v_{4}, by authority x_{5}=c_{1}over matter/sphere/persons x_{6}=c_{2}derived on basis x_{7}=c_{3}. - cinctu
- ci
_{1}=ct_{1}teaches audience ct_{2}ideas/methods/lore ct_{3}(du'u) about sexual activity/state ci_{2}=ct_{4}by method ct_{5}(event). - cmuzilkri
- x
_{1}(du'u) is an axiom/doctrine/creed/postulate about subject x_{2}, foundational to system x_{3} - cnikri
- x
_{1}emotionally believes x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3} - cnisenpi
- x
_{1}emotionally disbelieves x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3} - ctucku
- cu
_{1}=ct_{1}is a textbook for teaching ideas/methods ct_{3}(du'u), by author cu_{3}for audience cu_{4}=ct_{2}about subject(s) ct_{4}by method ct_{5}, preserved in medium cu_{5}. - ctufau
- f
_{1}is a lesson by c_{1}for teaching audience c_{2}ideas/methods/lore c_{3}(du'u) about subject(s) c_{4}by method c_{5}(event). - ctunoi
- n
_{1}are instructions by c_{1}teaching audience c_{2}ideas/methods/lore c_{3}(du'u) about subject(s) c_{4}by method c_{5}(event). - cukmakyvelvei
- v
_{4}=m_{1}=c_{1}is a computer disk/hard disk/floppy disk storing v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about v_{3}(object/event) in file(s) v_{1}. - cukmirvelvei
- v
_{4}=m_{1}=c_{1}is a compact disc/optical disc storing v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about v_{3}(object/event) in file(s) v_{1}. - cukygu'ivelvei
- v
_{4}=g_{2}=c_{1}is a compact disc/optical disc storing v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about v_{3}(object/event) in file(s) v_{1}. - datnydatni
- x
_{1}(du'u) [fact or facts] is metadata / data about data [content] x_{2}(du'u). The data (of x_{1}, that is) is gathered by method x_{3}. - dejru'a
- s
_{1}=d_{1}wagers d_{2}to creditor d_{3}on s_{2}(du'u). - dinvei
- x
_{1}is a financial record of x_{2}(data/facts/du'u) regarding financial entity x_{3}preserved in medium x_{4} - dinveicu'u
- c
_{1}is an/the accounting function/activities involving persons c_{2}, using currency issued by j_{2}, recording v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about v_{3}(object/event); c_{1}is accounting. - djobau
- m
_{1}=b_{1}is the Saudi Arabic language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - dotybau
- d
_{1}=b_{1}is the German used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - facnarkri
- x
_{1}is delusional, suffering from delusions; x_{1}has a false belief x_{2}(du'u) that confrontas with actual facts - fa'irgau
- g
_{1}reveals to f_{1}f_{2}(du'u) about subject/object f_{3} - fasybau
- f
_{1}=b_{1}is the French language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - filseljmi
- f
_{1}=sj_{1}(du'u) is an easy to understand/clear fact/truth to f_{2}=sj_{2}about subject sj_{3}under conditions f_{4}. - funjdi
- j
_{1}decides/makes a decision j_{2}(du'u) about j_{3}, whose outcome is determined by luck. - getybau
- g
_{1}=b_{1}is the Argentinian Spanish language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote) - glibau
- g
_{1}=b_{1}is the English language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - gliglibau
- g
_{1}=b_{1}is the British English language, used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - itku'ilybau
- x
_{1}is Ithkuil (language), used by x_{2}to communicate x_{3}(du'u/si'o) - jbobau
- l
_{1}=b_{1}is Lojban used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - jdijmaji
- jd
_{1}=jm_{1}assemble/meet/gather/[form a caucus] to make decision(s) jd_{2}(du'u) about matter jd_{3}(event/state) at location jm_{2}. - jditce
- x
_{1}=m_{1}=j_{1}is unwavering/determined/resolute in making decision x_{2}=j_{2}(du'u) about x_{3}=j_{3}(event/state). - jetmlu
- x
_{1}(du'u) seems true to x_{2}by epistemology x_{3} - jetrinsku
- x
_{1}makes x_{2}(du'u) true by expressing it (performative act); x_{2}is true because x_{1}claims it to be so - jetyja'o
- x
_{1}proves / provides evidence for / demonstrates the truth of x_{2}(du'u) to audience x_{3} - jifkritrazu'e
- x
_{1}pretends to be/do x_{2}(ka) in order for x_{3}to falsely believe untruth x_{4}(du'u), false by standard/epistemology/metaphysics x_{5} - jifmlu
- x
_{1}(du'u) seems to be false to x_{2}by epistemology x_{3} - jifnarju'o
- x
_{1}does not know that fact(s) x_{2}(du'u), which are about subject x_{3}, are false by epistemology x_{4}/ it is consistent with x_{1}'s knowledge that x_{2}may be true - jifyjunxu'a
- x
_{1}knowingly claims lie x_{2}(du'u), false/untrue by standard/epistemology/metaphysics x_{3} - ji'isre
- x
_{1}mistakenly thinks/opines that x_{2}(du'u) is true about subject x_{3} - jijyji'i
- jin
_{1}=jij_{1}has intuition-based opinion (hunch/suspicion) jin_{2}=jij_{2}(du'u) on subject jin_{3}=jij_{3} - jivbi'o
- b
_{1}=j_{1}comes to the conclusion that j_{2}[opinion] (du'u) is true about subject/issue j_{3}on grounds j_{4}, under conditions b_{3}. - jmifrili
- x
_{1}(du'u) is easy to understand to x_{2} - jminandu
- x
_{1}(du'u) is hard to understand to x_{2} - jmisre
- s
_{1}=j_{1}misunderstands fact/truth j_{2}(du'u) about subject j_{3}, an error under conditions s_{3}by standard s_{4}. - jugbau
- j
_{1}=b_{1}is the Chinese-Mandarin language, used by b_{2}to communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote) - jungau
- x
_{1}tells/makes known to x_{2}fact(s) x_{3}(du'u) about subject x_{4}by epistemology x_{5}. - junlogji
- l
_{1}[rules/methods] is an epistemic logic for deducing/concluding/inferring/reasoning to/about l_{2}(du'u). - kadnyfasybau
- k
_{1}=f_{1}=b_{1}is the Canadian French language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - kadnyglibau
- k
_{1}=g_{1}=b_{1}is the Canadian English language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - kamjunmre
- m
_{1}tests/evaluates/measures j_{1}'s knowledge of facts (du'u) j_{2}in subject area j_{3}as m_{3}units on scale m_{4}with accuracy m_{5} - kansmu
- x
_{1}(du'u/si'o) is a connotation/undertone of x_{2}(text or act of expression), recognized by x_{3} - kaxyje'u
- both statements x
_{1}(du'u) and x_{2}(du'u) are true (logical conjunction) - kisybau
- k
_{1}=b_{1}is the Pakistani Urdu language used by b_{2}to communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote) - kisyglibau
- k
_{1}=g_{1}=b_{1}is the Pakistani English language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - krilogji
- l
_{1}[rules/methods] is a doxastic logic for deducing/concluding/inferring/reasoning to/about l_{2}(du'u). - kritcica
- x
_{1}deceives x_{2}into believing [implied falsehood] x_{3}(du'u) about x_{4} - maksriveikarda
- x
_{1}=k_{1}is a magnetic stripe card storing x_{2}=v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about x_{3}=v_{3}(object/event) - makyvelvei
- v
_{4}=m_{1}is a magnetic storage medium storing v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about v_{3}(object/event) in file(s) v_{1}. - merbau
- m
_{1}=b_{1}is the American English language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - mexybau
- m
_{1}=b_{1}is the Mexican Spanish language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - misrybau
- m
_{1}=b_{1}is the Egyptian Arabic language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - mo'icli
- c
_{1}=m_{1}memorizes/commits to memory c_{2}=m_{2}(du'u) about subject c_{3}=m_{3}from source c_{4}(obj./event) by method c_{5}(event/process)) - mojysi'o
- x
_{1}(du'u) is a memory in the mind of x_{2} - multertu'i
- m
_{1}=t_{3}(du'u) is unanimous / based on complete agreement among t_{1}=t_{2}. - nalju'o
- d1 does not knows fact(s) d2 (du'u) about subject d3 by epistemology d4
- nanfi'oglibau
- x
_{1}is the South African English language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - narje'u
- x
_{1}(du'u) is not true by standard/epistemology/metaphysics x_{2} - nibji'i
- j
_{1}concludes that n_{1}(du'u) logically implies n_{2}under rules n_{3}. - nibyti'i
- x
_{1}=n_{1}(idea/fact/du'u) suggests/intimates that x_{2}=n_{2}=s_{2}(idea/fact/du'u) is true as it appears to x_{3}=s_{3} - nonseljmi
- j
_{2}(du'u) is a mystery for j_{1}, the subject being j_{3}. - nunctu
- x
_{1}(nu) is an event in which x_{2}teaches x_{3}facts x_{4}(du'u) about x_{5}by means x_{6}; x_{1}is a lesson given by x_{2}to x_{3}. - nunselxu'a
- n
_{1}is the event of proposition x_{2}(du'u) being declared/asserted by x_{1}(agent). - paijdi
- j
_{1}=p_{1}gives a verdict j_{2}(du'u) about matter j_{3}=p_{2}(abstract). - plivei
- v
_{1}is a log/record of data v_{2}(nu/du'u) about v_{3}=p_{1}'s use of resource p_{2}for purpose p_{3}recorded in medium v_{4}. - ponbau
- p
_{1}=b_{1}is the Japanese language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - potybau
- p
_{1}=b_{1}is the Portuguese language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - prujungau
- x
_{1}predicts/foretells/anticipates to x_{2}fact(s) x_{3}(du'u) about subject x_{4}by epistemology x_{5}. - rabybau
- r
_{1}=b_{1}is the Arabic language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - ralseldauju'a
- j
_{1}=r_{1}is a thesis statement/main argument/most significant among arguments r_{2}(set/name of essay/work), about/for stand j_{2}=d_{2}(du'u) against d_{3}(du'u), by arguer d_{1}in language j_{3}. - rarji'i
- x
_{1}=j_{1}thinks/knows by instinct/feels that x_{2}=j_{2}[opinion] (du'u) is true about subject/issue x_{3}=j_{3} - razbau
- br
_{1}=ba_{1}is the Brazilian Portuguese language used by ba_{2}to express/communicate ba_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote) - ritybau
- br
_{1}=ba_{1}is the British English language used by ba_{2}to express/communicate ba_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - rukybau
- r
_{1}=b_{1}is the Russian language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - runbau
- r
_{1}=b_{1}is an artificial/constructed language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - sajra'a
- x
_{1}(du'u) is subjective/pertaining to subjects (things that are 'aware'); x_{1}(du'u) depends on subject x_{2}'s perception - sanbau
- s
_{1}=b_{1}is the Spanish language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote) - sedmu'utoltu'i
- x
_{1}=t_{1}=s_{2}disagrees by shaking the head with person(s)/position/side x_{2}=t_{2}that x_{3}=t_{3}(du'u) is true about matter x_{4}=t_{4}. - sedmu'utu'i
- x
_{1}=t_{1}=s_{2}agrees by nodding with person(s)/position/side x_{2}=t_{2}that x_{3}=t_{3}(du'u) is true about matter x_{4}=t_{4}. - selbau
- x
_{2}=b_{1}is a language/dialect used by x_{1}=b_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}=b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - selbri
- x
_{2}=b_{1}(du'u) is a predicate relationship with relation x_{1}=b_{2}among arguments x_{3}=b_{3}(ordered set). - selji'i
- j
_{2}(du'u) is the opinion of j_{1}that is true about subject/issue j_{3}on grounds j_{4}. - seljinvi
- j
_{2}(du'u) is the opinion of j_{1}that is true about subject/issue j_{3}on grounds j_{4}. - selxu'aju'a
- j
_{1}(text) is a declarative sentence in which proposition j_{2}=x_{2}(du'u) asserts/claims/declares to be true by x_{1}in language j_{3}. - senki'u
- x
_{1}=k_{1}justifies x_{2}=s_{1}'s doubt/skepticism toward x_{3}=s_{2}(du'u). - sezna'e
- x
_{1}(du'u) is a paradox / self-contradictory under rules/logic x_{2} - seznafmlu
- x
_{1}(du'u) seems/appears to be a paradox / self-contradictory under rules/logic x_{2}to observer x_{3} - sezybitygau
- x
_{1}assures themselves / makes themselves certain that x_{2}(du'u) is true about subject x_{3} - simkarbi
- x
_{1}compares x_{2}(set/plurality) in property x_{3}(ka), determining x_{4}(du'u/state) - smuvelckivla
- x
_{1}(text) is a gloss word/keyword (or phrase) for the meaning of x_{2}(du'u/text) in language x_{3} - snavei
- v
_{1}is a sound recording of v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about v_{3}on recording medium v_{4}. - sralybau
- s
_{1}=b_{1}is the Australian English language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - srimakyvelvei
- v
_{4}=m_{1}is a magnetic tape/cassette storing v_{2}(data/facts/du'u) about v_{3}(object/event) in file(s) v_{1}. - sutcli
- c
_{1}=s_{1}is fast/swift/quick/hastes/rapid at learning c_{2}(du'u) about subject c_{3}from source c_{4}(obj./event) by method c_{5}(event/process). - terbau
- x
_{3}=b_{1}is a language/dialect used by x_{2}=b_{2}to express/communicate x_{1}=b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - tersmu
- x
_{1}understands/interprets/perceives the meaning of utterance/message/communication/symbol x_{2}as meaning x_{3}(du'u) - tolkanxe
- k
_{1}is an alternative denial (nand/Scheffer stroke ↑), stating that k_{2}(du'u) and k_{3}(du'u) are not both true. - tolna'e
- x
_{1}(du'u) confirms/corroborates/verifies x_{2}(du'u) under rules/logic x_{3}; x_{1}(du'u) is an evidence for x_{2}(du'u) - toltu'i
- x
_{1}disagrees with person(s)/position/side x_{2}that x_{3}(du'u) is true about matter x_{4}. - tolvlina
- v
_{1}is a joint denial (nor/Peirce's arrow ↓), stating that neither v_{2}(du'u) nor v_{3}(du'u) are true. - tolxu'a
- x
_{1}(agent) denies that x_{2}(du'u) is true. - tolyli'armi
- x
_{1}(du'u - fact or kau-question) is obscure (not easily understood) / unclear to x_{2} - tugbi'o
- x
_{1}=b_{1}=t_{1}settles issue x_{2}=t_{4}with person x_{3}=t_{2}, agreeing that x_{4}=t_{3}(du'u) is true. - tugysi'u
- t
_{1}=t_{2}=s_{1}are unanimous / sharing the same view on t_{3}=s_{2}(du'u). - velcli
- x1 is a learning source for learning x2 (du'u) about subject x3 for learner x4 by method x5
- vlinyje'u
- at least one of the statements x
_{1}(du'u) and x_{2}(du'u) is true (logical disjunction) - vurbau
- v
_{1}=b_{1}is the Ukrainian language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - xanbau
- b
_{1}is a Signed Language used by x_{2}=b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - xinglibau
- x
_{1}=g_{1}=b_{1}is the Indian English language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - xrejvejdikybau
- x
_{1}is a pidgin/Creole language/dialect formed from reduction and conmingling of superstrate languages including x_{2}, used by x_{3}in order to express/communicate x_{4}(si'o/du'u; not quote) - xurbau
- x
_{1}=b_{1}is the Urdu language used by b_{2}to express/communicate b_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - xuslogji
- l
_{1}[rules/methods] is a propositional logic for deducing/concluding/inferring/reasoning to/about l_{2}(du'u) with propositions xu_{2}. - zilkanxe
- both statements x
_{1}(du'u) and x_{2}(du'u) are true (logical conjunction) - zilna'e
- x
_{1}(du'u) is not true - zilvlina
- at least one of the statements x
_{1}(du'u) and x_{2}(du'u) is true (logical disjunction) - jijgi
- x
_{1}is a connective question, requesting the connective between x_{2}(du'u) and x_{3}(du'u) in that order, assuming that they are true. - nalti
- x
_{1}is a logical 'NOT' statement resulting from the (multiplicative) negation of/applying the 'NOT' operator to x_{2}(du'u); x_{1}is the logical negation/negative of x_{2}. - ribga
- x
_{1}is a logical statement that x_{2}(du'u) is true regardless of/irrespective of/independent of/whether or not x_{3}being/is true. - sigda
- x
_{1}is a material conditional/'IF' statement (logical statement) saying that x_{2}(du'u) logically implies x_{3}(du'u) ("x_{3}is true if x_{2}is true; if x_{2}, then x_{3}; x_{2}being true is sufficient to guarantee the truth of x_{3}"). - skifa
- x
_{1}is a logical statement which says that x_{2}(du'u) being true logically implies (material implication) x_{3}being necessarily true, but in which the converse does not hold (it is certain that there are cases in which 'IFF' fails: x_{2}is not necessary for x_{3}). - smusu
- x
_{1}expresses meaning x_{2}(du'u/si'o) to addressee/audience x_{3}by doing x_{4}(property of x_{1}) - tsida
- x
_{1}is a logical statement of proposition-equivalence/is a biconditional/'IFF' statement saying that x_{2}(du'u) is true if and only if x_{3}is true ("x_{2}is logically equivalent to x_{3}; x_{2}being true is sufficient and necessary for guaranteeing the truth of x_{3}; x_{2}iff x_{3}"). - ba'oi
- Converts PA into tense; in [number (usually nonspecific)] possible futures where [sumti (du'u)] is true
- fi'ei
- ifle modal, 1st place: if [sumti] (du'u or nu) is true...
- mau'a
- shortening of {lo du'u ma kau *bridi*}, with {ce'u} bound to {ma kau}
- moi'a
- shortening of {lo du'u *sumti* mo kau}
- mu'ei
- Converts PA into tense; in [number (usually nonspecific)] possible worlds/alternate histories where [sumti (du'u)] is true
- xau'a
- shortening of {lo du'u xu kau *bridi*}
- bangrfarsi
- x
_{1}is the Farsi language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrnaidjira
- x
_{1}is the Nigerian English language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrpolska
- x
_{1}is the Polish language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrtala
- x
_{1}is the Italian language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrtcosena
- x
_{1}is the Korean language of North Korea used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrturke
- x
_{1}is the Turkish language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrvetnama
- x
_{1}is the Vietnamese language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrxangu
- x
_{1}is the Korean language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrxanguke
- x
_{1}is the Korean language of South Korea used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrxirana
- x
_{1}is the Iranian Farsi language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - ca'engau
- x
_{1}defines x_{2}(nu/du'u) to be true / to happen // x_{2}is true because x_{1}says so or thinks so. - da'inpei
- x
_{1}(agent) hypothesizes x_{2}(si'o/du'u/nu); x_{1}assumes x_{2}for the sake of analysis - da'inri
- x
_{1}(si'o/du'u/nu) is hypothetical / is assumed for the sake of analysis by x_{2} - du'umrei
- x
_{1}(du'u with kau) is the indirect question of predicate relation x_{2}(ka), with answers x_{3}(sumti sequence) - eilga
- x
_{1}(du'u/nu) should (moral obligation) be true/happen by standard x_{2} - einvi
- x
_{1}(agent) thinks x_{2}(du'u/nu) should (moral obligation) be true/happen about subject/issue x_{3}on grounds x_{4} - indika
- x
_{1}(event/state) implies / suggests / is circumstantial evidence for x_{2}(du'u); the probability that x_{2}is true, given x_{1}, is greater than the probability without x_{1} - jo'atnu
- x
_{1}(du'u: proposition or kau-question) can be assigned a definite truth-value or answer - lenguua
- x
_{1}is a language used by x_{2}to express x_{3}(du'u, not quote) - li'armi
- x
_{1}(du'u - fact/truth) is obvious / clear / self-evident to x_{2} - mi'inkri
- x
_{1}believes in superstition x_{2}(du'u) about subject x_{3} - morjuti
- x
_{1}is a mnemonic for remembering x_{2}(du'u) - na'itfa
- x
_{1}(du'u: proposition or kau-question) cannot be assigned a definite truth-value or answer - tcekitaujau
- x
_{1}is the "ce ki tau jau" dialect of Lojban, used by x_{2}to communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u) - tcekitaujei
- x
_{1}is the 'ce ki tau jei' dialect of Lojban, used by x_{2}to communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u) - ti'erna
- x
_{1}hears (non-literal sense; is told or informed of) x_{2}(du'u) from source x_{3} - cy zei bai'ei zei bangu
- x
_{1}is the C++ language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - cy zei bangu
- x
_{1}is the C language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrnaidjiria
- x
_{1}is the Nigerian English language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrtalia
- x
_{1}is the Italian language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrturkie
- x
_{1}is the Turkish language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote). - bangrvietnama
- x
_{1}is the Vietnamese language used by x_{2}to express/communicate x_{3}(si'o/du'u, not quote).

- zasti
- x
_{1}exists/is real/actual/reality for x_{2}under metaphysics x_{3}. - du'ukau
- bridi abstractor: x
_{1}is the answer to the question x_{2} - si'o ze'ei du'u
- abstractor: x
_{1}is x_{2}'s concept of [bridi] (proposition or {kau}-question) - brije'u
- x
_{1}(predicate) is true when applied to argument list x_{2}(sequence) - dimnu'e
- x
_{1}swears / takes an oath, promising/asserting x_{2}(abstraction), invoking fate x_{3}(abstraction) - dumdu'o
- x
_{1}is the identity of x_{2} - sumdai
- x
_{1}is an object (may or may not be material); any object that can be the subject of a noun or sumti; "object" in object-oriented programming - zilbri
- x
_{1}(predicate) is true when applied to argument list x_{2}(sequence) - ce'oi
- argument list separator: acts as a comma between arguments in an argument list supplied to a function.
- lai'e
- Named reference. It converts a sumti into another sumti. The converted sumti points to the referent the name of which is the referent of the unconverted sumti.
- lu'au
- Bridi to text conversion
- nau'o
- pro-sumti whose referent's identity is unknown to the speaker
- benkiio
- x
_{1}is the learning process / overall learning event of [learner] x_{2}on topic x_{3}, including facts / subtopics x_{4}. - du'umdu
- x
_{1}is a proposition/predication (statement with a truth value), stating that x_{2}is true - nundumu
- x
_{1}is an event/state described by bridi x_{2} - ka bu
- the last sumti having a {ka}-abstraction at its topmost level inside
- ni bu
- the last sumti having a {ni}-abstraction at its topmost level inside
- nu bu
- pro-sumti: refers to the last complete sumti that started with a nu-abstraction