x_{1} is joined/connected to/with something which is joined/connected to/with something which ... which is joined/connected to/with something which is joined/connected to/with x_{2} via intermediate things/steps x_{3} (ce'o), with respective points/loci of (con)juncture x_{4} (ce'o).

See ".utka". x_{3} and x_{4} are ordered lists; everywhere within this description, denote the ith term of x_{k}, for k in Set(3, 4), as "x_{k(i)}", where i is an integer and begins indexing at 1. x_{4} must have exactly one term more than x_{3} (unless this is either a vacuous selbri (id est: x_{3} is empty and at least one of x_{1} and x_{2} also is/are empty) or a trivial selbri (id est: x_{1 }= x_{2})); thus, x_{4} will typically be non-empty. If x_{3} is empty but the selbri is not vacuous or trivial, then this selbri means "x_{1} jorne x_{2 \, x}; else, if the selbri is neither vacuous nor trivial, then: it means "where N denotes the cardinality/list-length of x_{3}: x_{1} jorne x_{3(1) \, x} .ije x_{3(1)} jorne x_{3(2) \, x} .ije ... .ije x_{3(n)} jorne x_{3(n+1) \, x} .ije ... .ije x_{3(N-1)} jorne x_{3(N) \, x} .ije x_{3(N)} jorne x_{2 \, x}". The veljvo of this word break the requirement that utka_{3} be a binary predicate (because "jorne" is ternary). The linking which is referenced/described by this word is the same as that which is described by "jorne", and each one is applicable where the other is. Thus, this word might be able to be used for Internet hyperlinking, at least in a metaphorical sense.