zoi ZOI cmavo

delimited non-Lojban quotation; the result treated as a block of text.


In definition:

bu'ivla
x1 (quoted text) is a “bu letteral” of character x2 (zoi quote).
jbogimkra
x1 is a source language for Lojbanic gismu x2, contributing word x3 (zoi) to make it, which were adapted into the Lojban alphabet as x4 (lo'u or zoi), the language having weight in the algorithm x5 (li)
lerpoijaspu
j1=p1 (zoi-quote/character sequence) is a password/passphrase issued to j2 by issuer/authority j3, allowing activity j4.
buvla
x1 (quoted text) is a “bu letteral” of character x2 (zoi quote).
ci'oi
Converts following cmevla or zoi-quote into psychomime.
ki'ai
Converts following selbri, cmevla, or zoi-quote into a nonce interjection/attitudinal.
sa'ei
Converts following cmevla or zoi-quote into onomatopoeia. (bam! crash! kapow! etc.)
tai'i
Converts following cmevla or zoi-quote into phenomime.
cmavrzoi
x1 is the selma'o "ZOI".

In notes:

glebre
x1 is in heat/estrus/musth; x1 is horny/randy.
ju'au
semi-mathematical binary operator: named number base operator/interpreter
la'ai
otherwise lojbanic name, ending in a vowel; multiple names delimited by pauses.
la'au
start grammatical name quotation; the quoted text is an identifier and must be grammatical on its own.
lai'e
Named reference. It converts a sumti into another sumti. The converted sumti points to the referent the name of which is the referent of the unconverted sumti.
mu'oi
delimited non-Lojban selbri-unit
so'e'ai
Delimit a replacement for the previous expression using arbitrary delimitors.
xau'o
text to number/variable
zoi'ai
non-mekso quote/name substitution for ordered collection of prescriptions, descriptions, definitions, etc.
zo'oi
quote next non-Lojban word only; quotes a single non-Lojban word delimited by pauses (in speech) or whitespace (in writing)
valrtosmabru
x1 is a tosmabru word
valrxazdomru
x1 is a xazdmru word
valsitosmabru
x1 is a tosmabru word
valslinku'i
x1 is a slinku'i word
xa zei sumtika
x1 is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'sumti-6' according to the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.