x_{1} (event) is the x_{3}'rd recurrence/repetition of x_{2} (abstract); x_{2} happens again in [form] x_{1}.

Also case, another, instance, different, other, time, occasion. See also fukpi, rapli, cafne, fasnu, xruti.

- cafne
- x
_{1}(event) often/frequently/commonly/customarily occurs/recurs by standard x_{2}. - fasnu
- x
_{1}(event) is an event that happens/occurs/takes place; x_{1}is an incident/happening/occurrence. - fukpi
- x
_{1}is a copy/replica/duplicate/clone of x_{2}in form/medium x_{3}made by method x_{4}(event). - rapli
- x
_{1}[action] repeats/is repeated for a total of x_{2}(quantity) occurrences. - xruti
- x
_{1}(agent) returns x_{2}to origin/earlier state x_{3}from x_{4}; x_{1}moves/gives x_{2}back to x_{3}from x_{4}. - ke'u
- discursive: repeating - continuing.
- za'ure'u
- again; in addition to the first time; for the "more"-th time
- bavlamke'u
- x
_{1}is the next/following time that x_{2}happens. - detke'u
- The date [day,week,month,year] x
_{1}=d_{1}=k_{1}is recurrence/repetition of the date [day,week,month,year] of the first event x_{2}=d_{2}, for the x_{3}=k_{3}'rd time, in system x_{3}. - fatysaclu
- x
_{1}(me'o) is the p-adic representation of number x_{2}in base x_{3}. - ke'usku
- x
_{1}repeats x_{2}(sedu'u/text) to audience x_{3}via expressive medium x_{4}for the x_{5}th time. - ke'uzgi
- x
_{1}is a reprise / repeated musical passage produced by x_{2}(event) - purlamke'u
- x
_{1}is the last time/previous time that x_{2}happened. - refsajbi'o
- b
_{1}=s_{1}recognizes s_{2}(object/abstract). - refsku
- c
_{1}repeats/recapitulates c_{2}(sedu'u/text/lu'e concept) to audience c_{3}via expressive medium c_{4}, k_{3}times (default:one). - refygau
- g
_{1}redoes g_{2}=k_{2}for the k_{3}th time. - zilxru
- x
_{1}returns to x_{2}from x_{3}; x_{1}moves/gives back to x_{2}from x_{3}. - volve
- x
_{1}returns to x_{2}from x_{3}; x_{1}moves/gives back to x_{2}from x_{3}. - efku
- x
_{1}is recursively related to x_{2}by applying x_{3}(number) levels-of-recursion of the predicate-relation x_{4}(ka with two ce'u) - refkusi
- x
_{1}is recursively related to x_{2}by applying x_{3}(number) levels-of-recursion of the predicate-relation x_{4}(ka with two ce'u)