# si'ei PA3 experimental cmavo

numeric suffix: indicates that the number refers to portionality instead of cardinality

e.g. 1/n, "n/" => n/1, or "/" alone => golden ratio.">fi'u re si'ei lo vo prenu = "half of the four people (i.e. two of the four)"; contrast with 1/n, "n/" => n/1, or "/" alone => golden ratio.">fi'u re lo vo prenu = "a half person of the four people (!)". 1/n, "n/" => n/1, or "/" alone => golden ratio.">fi'u re si'ei lo vo prenu is equivalent to lo 1/n, "n/" => n/1, or "/" alone => golden ratio.">fi'u re si'e be lo vo prenu. Other possible uses: ci 1/n, "n/" => n/1, or "/" alone => golden ratio.">fi'u vo si'ei roi = "three quarters of the time", pi mu si'ei moi = the middlemost member of a sequence. See si'e

## On grammatical class:

ce'i
digit/number: % percentage symbol, hundredths.
fi'u
digit/number: fraction slash; default "/n" => 1/n, "n/" => n/1, or "/" alone => golden ratio.
ki'o
digit/number: number comma; thousands.
ma'u
digit/number: plus sign; positive number; default any positive.
me'i
digit/number: less than.
ni'u
digit/number: minus sign; negative number); default any negative.
pi
digit/number: radix (number base) point; default decimal.
pi'e
digit/number:separates digits for base >16, not current standard, or variable (e.g. time, date).
ra'e
digit/number: repeating digits (of a decimal) follow.
za'u
digit/number: greater than.
sei'a (exp!)
converts singular quantifier into plural quantifier
si'ei (exp!)
numeric suffix: indicates that the number refers to portionality instead of cardinality