smuni -mun-smu- gismu

x1 is a meaning/interpretation of x2 recognized/seen/accepted by x3.

Referential meaning (=selsni, snismu). See also jimpe, sinxa, valsi, tanru, gismu, lujvo, cmavo, jufra.


In notes:

cmavo
x1 is a structure word of grammatical class x2, with meaning/function x3 in usage (language) x4.
gismu
x1 is a (Lojban) root word expressing relation x2 among argument roles x3, with affix(es) x4.
jimpe
x1 understands/comprehends fact/truth x2 (du'u) about subject x3; x1 understands (fi) x3.
jufra
x1 (text) is a sentence/statement about x2 [topic/subject/predicate/focus] in language x3.
lujvo
x1 (text) is a compound predicate word with meaning x2 and arguments x3 built from metaphor x4.
sinxa
x1 is a sign/symbol/signal representing/referring/signifying/meaning x2 to observer x3.
tanru
x1 is a binary metaphor formed with x2 modifying x3, giving meaning x4 in usage/instance x5.
valsi
x1 is a word meaning/causing x2 in language x3; (adjective: x1 is lexical/verbal).
bausmu
x1 is the meaning of linguistic expression x2 in language x3 according to interpreter x4
filsmu
s1 is easily understood/interpreted as the meaning of s2 by (agent) s3=f2 under conditions f3.
jifpedle'u
x1 is a "false friend" (letter/symbol in a different writing system that looks similar, but differs significantly in meaning) to x2, in alphabet/character-set x3 representing x4
jifpedvla
x1 is a "false friend" (word in different language that looks or sounds similar, but differs significantly in meaning) to x2, meaning x3 in language x4.
kansmu
x1 (du'u/si'o) is a connotation/undertone of x2 (text or act of expression), recognized by x3
mitsmuvla
v1=m1 is a synonym of m2 by standard m3 in language v3.
nonselsmu
x1 is nonsense/nonsensical to x2.
norvaismu
s1=v1 is an interpretation of s2 recognized by s3 but judged unimportant by v2.
pevjifpedvla
x1 is a "false friend" (word in different language that looks or sounds similar, but differs significantly in meaning) to x2, meaning x3 in language x4.
selsni
x1 is the meaning of symbol x2 as observed by x3
sidysmu
x1 is a figurative/metaphorical/non-literal meaning/interpretation of x2 recognized/seen/accepted by x3 .
smudra
x1=d1=s1 is semantically correct in situation/context x2=d3, having meaning x3=s1 according to interpreter x4=s3=d4.
smudukti
d1 and d2=s2 are antonyms of each other.
smusku
x1 expresses meaning x2 to addressee/audience x3 by doing x4 (property of x1)
smuvanbi
v1 is the context of meaning v2=s1 of event/action/object s2 recognized by s3.
smuvelski
x1 is a description of x2's meaning
snisku
x1 expresses/transmits symbol/meaningful expression x2 for audience x3 by doing x4 (ternary relation between x1, x2 and x3)
metfo
x1 (bridi) is a metaphor/figurative expression having literal meaning x2 to observer x3
smusu
x1 expresses meaning x2 (du'u/si'o) to addressee/audience x3 by doing x4 (property of x1)
cei'e
define following selbri with sentence or tu'e...tu'u clause
ambigu'o
x1 is ambiguous, open to interpretations x2 (plural of property of x1)
esku
x1 is the text for x2 (concept) according to x3 in language x4; x1 is how x3 would word x2 in language x4; x3 would say x1 when they would want to communicate x2 in language x4; x1 is text(ual) / a quote (meaningful) in language x4.
uensni
x1 is text meaning x2 in language x3
uilkinse
x1 is semantically regularized in x2 (property of x1)