zunti -zun-zu'i- gismu

x1 (evt./state) interferes with/hinders/disrupts x2 (evt./state/process) due to quality x3 (ka).

Also blocks, obstructs, baffles; not necessarily forcing cessation. See also fanta, dicra, fliba, fanza, raktu, klina, bandu, cfipu, ganlo.


In notes:

bandu
x1 (event) defends/protects x2 (object/state) from threat/peril/potential x3 (event).
cfipu
x1 (event/state) confuses/baffles x2 [observer] due to [confusing] property x3 (ka).
dicra
x1 (event) interrupts/stops/halts/[disrupts] x2 (object/event/process) due to quality x3.
fanta
x1 prevents/keeps/stops/restrains/constrains event x2 from occurring.
fanza
x1 (event) annoys/irritates/bothers/distracts x2.
fliba
x1 fails at doing x2 (state/event); x1 is a failure at its role in x2.
ganlo
x1 (portal/passage/entrance-way) is closed/shut/not open, preventing passage/access to x2 by x3 (something being blocked).
klina
x1 (object/medium) is clear/transparent/without obstacle to in-the-clear x2 [transmission].
raktu
x1 (object/person/event/situation) troubles/disturbs x2 (person) causing problem(s) x3.
bebzunpre
b1=z1=p1 is a troll on z2 with inflammatory message z3.
toldju
x1 frustrates / hinders x2 from doing event/activity x3; x1 makes doing x3 harder for x2
zunsna
z1=s1 is a consonant sound with manner of articulation x2, place of articulation x3, and phonation x4.
ji'oi
This cmavo precedes a predicate (at least binary) and turns it into a conjunction, which syntactically behaves like JA cmavo. The predicate indicates the relationship between the two connected propositions. Terminator: {te'u}.