x_{1} is related to/associated with/akin to x_{2} by relationship x_{3}.

See also cmavo list ki'i, ponse, srana, steci, mapti, sarxe, fange.

- ki'i
- ckini modal, 1st place (related to) relatively; as a relation of ...
- seki'i
- ckini modal, 2nd place (same as 1st) related to ...
- teki'i
- ckini modal, 3rd place with relation ...

- fange
- x
_{1}is foreign/alien/[exotic]/unfamiliar to x_{2}in property x_{3}(ka). - mapti
- x
_{1}fits/matches/suits/is compatible/appropriate/corresponds to/with x_{2}in property/aspect x_{3}. - ponse
- x
_{1}possesses/owns/has x_{2}under law/custom x_{3}; x_{1}is owner/proprietor of x_{2}under x_{3}. - sarxe
- x
_{1}is harmonious/concordant/in agreement/concord with x_{2}in property x_{3}(ka). - srana
- x
_{1}pertains to/is germane/relevant to/concerns/is related/associated with/is about x_{2}. - steci
- x
_{1}(ka) is specific/particular/specialized/[special]/a defining property of x_{2}among x_{3}(set). - kamra'a
- k
_{1}is the relation of s_{1}to s_{2}. - 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]. - simbi'o
- x
_{1}(plural) become mutual in property x_{2}(ka). - suzyterki'i
- x
_{1}=k_{3}is the relationship between x_{2}=k_{1}, x_{3}=k_{2}, x_{3}...; x_{1}is a property of x_{2}. - ka'ei
- abstractor: predicate abstractor. x
_{1}is the predicate expressed by [bridi], using bo'a, bo'e, etc for variables. - anlogo
- x
_{1}(fa'u-separated set) is analogous to x_{2}(fa'u-separated set of same size) by relation x_{3}(binary ka) - dunliki
- Something is such that both x
_{1}and x_{2}are related to it by predicate x_{3}. x_{4}[quantifier] thing to which x_{1}is related by predicate x_{3}is such that x_{2}is related to it by predicate x_{3}. - enka
- x
_{1}(terbricmi) is bound to x_{2}(sumti) by relationship x_{3}(relationship with two {ce'u} for x_{1}and x_{2}) - iinsi
- x
_{1}(sequence) is a chain, the neighbouring elements of which are related by x_{2}(ckini3, former element in sequence first) - menkini
- x
_{1}are the result of mapping x_{2}using function x_{3}(2-ary ka)