- ji'oi
*(exp!)* - This cmavo precedes a predicate (at least binary) and turns it into a conjunction, which syntactically behaves like JA cmavo. The predicate indicates the relationship between the two connected propositions. Terminator: {te'u}.
- ni'oi
*(exp!)* - This cmavo precedes a predicate (at least binary) and turns it into an incidental conjunction, which syntactically behaves like JA cmavo. The predicate indicates the relationship between the two connected propositions. Terminator: {te'u}.
- cmavrja
- x
_{1}is the selma'o "JA".

- vlina
- x
_{1}is a logical alternation/disjunction, stating that x_{2}(du'u) and/or x_{3}(du'u) is/are true. - sigda
- x
_{1}is a material conditional/'IF' statement (logical statement) saying that x_{2}(du'u) logically implies x_{3}(du'u) ("x_{3}is true if x_{2}is true; if x_{2}, then x_{3}; x_{2}being true is sufficient to guarantee the truth of x_{3}"). - ta'u'i
*(exp!)* - Copy and paste the overall seltau of immediately preceding sumti at this location.
- vy'y
- brisni/statement terminator.
- jorlge
- x
_{1}is the result of applying logical connective/conjunction x_{2}to the terms of the ordered list x_{3}in the order given, in system x_{4} - tseingu
- x
_{1}(node in a tree graph) and x_{2}(node in the same tree graph) have an essentially unique most recent (graph-nearest) common ancestor node A such that x_{3}[nonnegative integer; li] is the minimum element of the set consisting only of d(A, x_{1)}and of d(A, x_{2)}, and such that x_{4}[integer; li] is d(A, x_{1) - d(}A, x_{2)}, where d is the graph geodesic distance (defined to be infinite if nodes are not connected in the correct direction). - jek zei uanta
- x
_{1}is a part of Lojban text representing rule 'jek' according to the first edition of the book 'The Complete Lojban Language'.