x_{1} (event/state) is a reason/justification/explanation for/causing/permitting x_{2} (event/state).

See also ciksi, rinka, nibli, mukti, se jalge, te zukte, cmavo list ki'u, bapli.

- ki'u
- krinu modal, 1st place (justified by) justifiably; because of reason ...
- ki'unai
- na'e krinu modal, 1st place; regardless of
- seki'u
- krinu modal, 2nd place reason therefore ...
- seki'unai
- krinu modal, 2nd place reason nevertheless ...

- bapli
- x
_{1}[force] (ka) forces/compels event x_{2}to occur; x_{1}determines property x_{2}to manifest. - ciksi
- x
_{1}(person) explains x_{2}(event/state/property) to x_{3}with explanation x_{4}(du'u). - jalge
- x
_{1}(action/event/state) is a result/outcome/conclusion of antecedent x_{2}(event/state/process). - mukti
- x
_{1}(action/event/state) motivates/is a motive/incentive for action/event x_{2}, per volition of x_{3}. - nibli
- x
_{1}logically necessitates/entails/implies action/event/state x_{2}under rules/logic system x_{3}. - rinka
- x
_{1}(event/state) effects/physically causes effect x_{2}(event/state) under conditions x_{3}. - zukte
- x
_{1}is a volitional entity employing means/taking action x_{2}for purpose/goal x_{3}/to end x_{3}. - lujrinsku
- x
_{1}=c_{1}(person) justifies/expresses justification x_{2}=k_{2}for x_{3}=p_{1}'s complicated-ness in aspect x_{4}=p_{2}to audience x_{5}=c_{3}via expressive medium x_{6}=c_{4}. - lujyki'u
- x
_{1}=k_{1}(abstract) justifies x_{2}=p_{1}'s complicated-ness in aspect x_{3}=p_{2}. - mojrinfli
- x
_{1}(agent) forgets to do x_{2}(ka); x_{1}fails to do x_{2}due to forgetting - selja'e
- x
_{1}(event) results in x_{2}(event) - senki'u
- x
_{1}=k_{1}justifies x_{2}=s_{1}'s doubt/skepticism toward x_{3}=s_{2}(du'u). - tolki'u
- x
_{1}(event/state) is a reason/justification/explanation for/causing/permitting the negation of x_{2}(event/state). x_{1}prevents x_{2}. - kosmu
- x
_{1}(abstraction) is a purpose/use of x_{2}(object or event), attributed by x_{3} - 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}