jalge -jag-ja'e- gismu

x1 (action/event/state) is a result/outcome/conclusion of antecedent x2 (event/state/process).

Also: x2 gives rise to x1 (= selja'e for reordered places); total (general meaning, but also = mekyja'e, pi'irja'e, sujyja'e). See also se mukti, te zukte, se rinka, se krinu, se nibli, mulno, sumji, pilji, mekso, cmavo list ja'e, ciksi.


In definition:

ja'e
jalge modal, 1st place resultingly; therefore result ...
ja'enai
na'e jalge modal, 1st place (event causal); without result ...
seja'e
jalge modal, 2nd place (event causal) results because of ...
seja'enai
na'e jalge modal, 2nd place (event causal); results regardless of ...

In notes:

ciksi
x1 (person) explains x2 (event/state/property) to x3 with explanation x4 (du'u).
krinu
x1 (event/state) is a reason/justification/explanation for/causing/permitting x2 (event/state).
mekso
x1 [quantifier/expression] is a mathematical expression interpreted under rules/convention x2.
mukti
x1 (action/event/state) motivates/is a motive/incentive for action/event x2, per volition of x3.
mulno
x1 (event) is complete/done/finished; x1 (object) has become whole in property x2 by standard x3.
nibli
x1 logically necessitates/entails/implies action/event/state x2 under rules/logic system x3.
pilji
x1 is the product/total/result of factors/multiplicands (x2 and x3) x2 multiplied by x3.
rinka
x1 (event/state) effects/physically causes effect x2 (event/state) under conditions x3.
sumji
x1 is a mathematical sum/result/total of x2 plus/increased by x3.
zukte
x1 is a volitional entity employing means/taking action x2 for purpose/goal x3/to end x3.
selja'e
x1 (event) results in x2 (event)
selni'i
n2 logically follows n1 under rules/logic system n3.
tolja'e
The negation of x1 (event/state) is a result/outcome/conclusion of antecedent x2 (event/state). x1 is prevented by x2.
no'au
Introduces a bridi relative clause, with the scope of {xoi} and the semantics of {noi}
krimuri
x1 causes / permits / motivates / results in x2. [non-specific cause]
ni'anfu
x1 is an influence on x2; some part of x1 causes some part of x2