- gadri
- x
_{1}is an article/descriptor labelling description x_{2}(text) in language x_{3}with semantics x_{4}. - mleca
- x
_{1}is less than x_{2}in property/quantity x_{3}(ka/ni) by amount x_{4}. - su'ero
- digit/number: any number
- jbojevysofkemsuzgugje'ake'eborkemfaipaltrusi'oke'ekemgubyseltru
- x
_{1}reflects Lojbanic Soviet Federative Socialist Republic culture/nationality/community in aspect x_{2} - suzgugje'a
- j
_{1}is a union or loose federation of sovereign states. - suzroi
- x
_{1}happens sometimes in interval x_{2}. - suzyterki'i
- x
_{1}=k_{3}is the relationship between x_{2}=k_{1}, x_{3}=k_{2}, x_{3}...; x_{1}is a property of x_{2}. - temjudri
- x
_{1}is a point on time axis, of event/state x_{2}, in system x_{3}. - zmajavdu'i
- x
_{1}is greater than or equal to x_{2}in property/quantity x_{3}by amount/excess x_{4}. - bu'ai
- abstractor: abstractor to create logically quantified selbri variable to be used in predicate logic of third or higher order.
- kai'i
- Property relativizing determiner. {kai'i} introduces a predicate whose first argument slot becomes filled by the property made by taking the bridi in which this {kai'i} appears and putting {ce'u} into the argument slot in which this {kai'i} argument was located. Put formally, "kai'i brodi cu brodu" = "lo ka ce'u brodu cu brodi". Additionally, a {kai'i} term has a rightward logical scope, like quantifiers and adverbials.
- na'ei
- Contradictory negation of a predicate
- no'ai
- digit/number: absolute zero; nothing; there does not exist; ∄
- sei'a
- converts singular quantifier into plural quantifier
- su'ai
- digit/number: precise to within the stated sigfigs (significant figures/digits); approximately, measured to be approximately, with some error/rounding
- su'au
- digit/number: exact, exactly equal to, no more and no less, mathematically ideally (no measuring or rounding error)
- su'oi
- existential plural quantifier. “There is/are.”
- te'i
- at a point on time axis
- namcixu
- For mo'e x
_{4}x in x_{1}there exist mo'e x_{5}y in x_{2}such that x me'au x_{3}y; for mo'e x_{6}y in x_{2}there exist mo'e x_{7}x in x_{1}such that x me'au x_{3}y.