x_{1} is equal/congruent to/as much as x_{2} in property/dimension/quantity x_{3}.

Same in quantity/quality (not necessarily in identity); 'analogy' may be expressed as the equivalence of two properties of similarity (ka x_{1} simsa x_{2}) and (ka x_{3} simsa x_{4}). See also du'i, satci, frica, simsa, mintu.

- du'i
- dunli modal, 1st place (equalled by) equally; as much as ...
- sedu'i
- dunli modal, 2nd place (same as 1st); equal to ... [same as 1st place modal].
- tedu'i
- dunli modal, 3rd place equally; equal in property ...

- frica
- x
_{1}differs/is distinct from/contrasts with/is unlike x_{2}in property/dimension/quantity x_{3}. - karbi
- x
_{1}[observer] compares x_{2}with x_{3}in property x_{4}(ka), determining comparison x_{5}(state). - mintu
- x
_{1}is the same/identical thing as x_{2}by standard x_{3}; (x_{1}and x_{2}interchangeable). - satci
- x
_{1}[measurement/match] is exact/precise to precision x_{2}in property/quantity x_{3}(ka/ni). - simsa
- x
_{1}is similar/parallel to x_{2}in property/quantity x_{3}(ka/ni); x_{1}looks/appears like x_{2}. - dubdu'i
- x
_{1}is equal to / has the same value as x_{2} - dunroi
- x
_{1}happens equally as often as x_{2}in interval x_{3} - lazdu'i
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are members of the same family - pimdu'i
- d
_{1}=p_{2}has the same feathers/plumage as d_{2}, the feathers/plumage being p_{1}. - smisi'u
- The members of x
_{1}=simx_{1}(set) resemble one another in property x_{2}=simx_{2}. - sordu'i
- x
_{1}equals in number to x_{2} - cnida
- x
_{1}empathizes with x_{2}, showing same emotion x_{3}about x_{4} - modju
- x
_{1}(li; number) is congruent to x_{2}(li; number; see description for canonical/traditional/contextless default usage) modulo x_{3}(li; number); \frac(x_{1 - x}is an integer. - ku'ai'i
- empty/vacuous selbri
- dunlija
- x
_{1}and x_{2}both satisfy predicate x_{3} - 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}. - dunlini
- x
_{1}and x_{2}satisfy predicate x_{3}to the same extent - dunlixu
- Either both x
_{1}and x_{2}, or neither x_{1}nor x_{2}, satisfy predicate x_{3}