x_{1} is hot/[warm] by standard x_{2}.

Warm (= mligla), feverish (= bi'agla). See also lenku.

- lenku
- x
_{1}is cold/cool by standard x_{2}. - glabi'a
- b
_{1}=g_{1}is feverish/has a fever, from disease b_{3}, by standard g_{2} - glajarpatxu
- x
_{1}=p_{1}is a crucible for x_{2}=p_{2}, of material/properties x_{3}=p_{3} - glamau
- g
_{1}=z_{1}is hotter than z_{2}by standard g_{2}by amount z_{4}. - glanejni
- n
_{1}is the heat of n_{3}=g_{1}. - glaske
- s
_{1}(mass of facts) is the science of thermodymanics / science of / about heat / heating based on methodology s_{3}. - jacke'o
- x
_{1}is x_{2}degrees Celsius / centigrade in temperature by standard x_{3}. - kufygla
- x
_{1}is comfortably warm to x_{2} - mligla
- g
_{1}=m_{1}is warm by standard g_{2}. - mrenilglamlu
- x
_{1}(temperature units) is the measured apparent temperature (humidex, wind chill) of x_{2}(location) by standard x_{3} - nilgla
- n
_{1}is the temperature of g_{1}measured on scale n_{2}. - tolkufygla
- x
_{1}is uncomfortably hot to x_{2} - varmebri
- x
_{1}is the front of air mass x_{2}. - falrenai
- x
_{1}is measured as x_{2}(number) on the Fahrenheit scale - kelvrfarenxaito
- x
_{1}is x_{2}degrees Fahrenheit in temperature by standard x_{3}.