x_{1} (text / virtual-text-object) is a variable representing x_{2}

goi is a special case that makes, e.g. zo ko'a, a goilka'i of something. However the main use of this brivla is to allow ko'a itself, or something like la .strin., to be a virtual "text" standing in for some object, while la'e is used to extract the referent from it. This allows propositions to be truth-conditional on what a variable represents at that point of time, rather than conditional on the referent itself. See sumka'i, goilgau, goilbi'o, krati.

- kutydza
- x
_{1}is the null value/argument - narju'odza
- x
_{1}is an unknown value/argument, unknown to x_{2} - faubganke
- x
_{1}happens, then if x_{2}is true, x_{1}repeatedly happens as long as x_{2}is true - ganfauke
- if x
_{1}is true, x_{2}happens, then repeats as long as x_{1}is true - goilgau
- x
_{1}makes variable x_{2}(text / virtual-text-object) represent x_{3}; x_{1}assigns x_{3}to x_{2}