x_{1} has/is characterized by property/feature/trait/aspect/dimension x_{2} (ka); x_{2} is manifest in x_{1}.

Manifested/property/quality/trait/feature/aspect (= selkai). See also: cmavo list kai, ka; tcaci, tcini. Need not be a defining property (which is what "characterize" means in English).

- kai
- ckaji modal, 1st place characterizing ...
- sekai
*(comp!)* - ckaji modal, 2nd place (quality) characterized by ...; with property ...

- tcaci
- x
_{1}is a custom/habit/[ritual/rut] of x_{2}under conditions x_{3}. - tcini
- x
_{1}[state/property] is a situation/condition/state/position/are conditions/circumstances of x_{2}. - crekai
- x
_{1}does x_{2}in a skilled manner - dutkai
- x
_{1}is characterized by the polar opposite of x_{2}(ka) on scale x_{3}(si'o) - facyborselkaizilkanpyborselkaimau'yraunzu
- x
_{1}is so x_{2}(ka) that x_{3}(nu); x_{1}=ckajiZ_{1}=ckajiP_{1}=raunzu_{1}satisfies property x_{2}=ckajiZ_{2}=fatci_{1}=raunzu_{2}=zmadu_{2}enough that x_{3}=raunzu_{3}, where ckajiP_{2}=kanpe_{2}=zmadu_{2}. - festerplakai
- c
_{1}is intended to be disposed of after use; c_{1}is disposable. - finkai
- c
_{1}is characterized by creativity; c_{1}is creative/inventive (one sense). - gubysizykai
- s
_{1}=g_{1}is the reputation of c1 for c_{2}(ka) known/imagined by s_{2}=g_{2}(mass) - jetkai
- x
_{1}is genuinely x_{2}(ka) by standard x_{3} - kaircu'a
- x
_{1}chooses/selects x_{2}from x_{3}(set) for purpose x_{4}(property). - kairji'i
- x
_{1}thinks/opines that x_{2}is/does x_{3}(ka) under grounds x_{4} - kairpai
- x
_{1}considers x_{2}to have quality x_{3}(ka) ; x_{2}qualifies as / counts as being x_{3}according to x_{1} - madyske
- s
_{1}(mass of facts) is the study of conduct-governing standards s_{2}=m_{1}based on methodology s_{3}. - markai
- x
_{1}qualifies as / counts as being x_{2}(ka) by standard x_{3} - miskai
- x
_{1}is famous/well known for being/having property x_{2}(ka) among x_{3}(mass). - mlujvenarkai
- c
_{1}=s_{1}seems to have property/properties c_{2}=s_{2}to observer s_{3}under conditions s_{4}but it actually does not have that property / these properties. - nalra'a
- x
_{1}is irrelevant/unrelated to x_{2}; x_{1}is arbitrary in relation to x_{2}[object of comparison; context or referent]. - terva'i
- v
_{3}evaluates v_{2}(object) as v_{1}(quality). - zilkai
- x
_{1}is a property - farka
- x
_{1}is an orientation of/on (base) object x_{2}with features/characteristics/definition x_{3}; x_{2}is an unoriented version of an object endowed with/given orientation/direction/face x_{1}. - ka'ei
*(exp!)* - abstractor: predicate abstractor. x
_{1}is the predicate expressed by [bridi], using bo'a, bo'e, etc for variables. - me'au
*(exp!)* - Convert abstract predicate sumti back to predicate
- no'au
*(exp!)* - Introduces a bridi relative clause, with the scope of {xoi} and the semantics of {noi}
- ckajida
- Define x
_{1}to be a named dummy symbol (having a name heretofore unassigned) such that, if it were to exist, it would satisfy condition/have property x_{2}(condition/ka); let x_{1}be such that it satisfies/is described by x_{2}. - djeisone
- x
_{1}is an object described as x_{2}, x_{3}, ... (termset representing serializable tree structure compatible with JSON format of attribute-value pairs). - olkai
- x
_{1}are all the things that have property x_{2}; x_{1}are the only things that have property x_{2} - virtukai
- x
_{1}is virtually / practically / essentially x_{2}(ka) for purpose x_{3}(nu/zu'o); for the purpose of x_{3}, x_{1}might as well be x_{2}