# boi BY… PA… BOI cmavo

elidable terminator: terminate numeral or letteral string.

## On affix form:

bolci
x1 is a ball/sphere/orb/globe [shape/form] of material x2; x1 is a spherical object [made of x2].

## In definition:

boi'e'u (exp!)
mekso operator/function terminator (in Polish notation): inserts exactly enough "{boi}"'s consecutively so as to terminate the most recently uttered operator/function in a mekso expression
cmavrboi
x1 is the selma'o "BOI".

## In notes:

sorkubli
x1 is a mucube
be'ei'oi (exp!)
ternary mekso operator: x1th Bergelson multiplicative interval with exponents bounded from above by function x2 and with sequence of shifts x3, where exponents belong to set x4
fa'ai (exp!)
mathematical ordered n-ary operator: (pointwise) functional left composition; X1 \circ X.
fi'ai (exp!)
marks end of prenex in stack-based dialect
ja'oi (exp!)
permutation cycle writer notation start
kau'ai (exp!)
Microdigit-spanning endianness binary-toggle.
kau'au (exp!)
Macrodigit-spanning endianness binary-toggle.
kei'ai (exp!)
mekso style converter: elementwise application of operator
kei'au
mekso operator: finite result set derived from/on set A with/due to operator/function B under ordering of application C
noi'au (exp!)
number/interpreted mathematical object non-restrictive clause
poi'au (exp!)
number/interpreted mathematical object restrictive clause
sau'i (exp!)
mekso n-ary operator: reciprocal of the sum of the reciprocal of each of X1, X2, ..., Xn (for any natural number n); 1/((1/X1) + (1/X.
se'u'o (exp!)
selbri conversion question
slurume
x1 is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'free' according to the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.
terkanu
x1 is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'quantifier' according to the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.
ci zei mektika
x1 is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'operand-3' according to the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.
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'.