x_{1} (mass) is a family with members including x_{2} bonded/tied/joined according to standard x_{3}.

Also clan, tribe; x_{2} is in x_{1}, a member of x_{1} (selylanzu for reordered places); relative (= lazmi'u - xy mintu y'y leka cmima da poi lanzu).
See also natmi, cmima, girzu, jutsi, klesi.

- cmima
- x
_{1}is a member/element of set x_{2}; x_{1}belongs to group x_{2}; x_{1}is amid/among/amongst group x_{2}. - girzu
- x
_{1}is group/cluster/team showing common property (ka) x_{2}due to set x_{3}linked by relations x_{4}. - jutsi
- x
_{1}is a species of genus x_{2}, family x_{3}, etc.; [open-ended tree-structure categorization]. - klesi
- x
_{1}(mass/si'o) is a class/category/subgroup/subset within x_{2}with defining property x_{3}(ka). - natmi
- x
_{1}is a nation/ethnic group of peoples x_{2}; [people sharing a history/culture]. - flaci'e
- f
_{1}is the legal system concerning topic f_{2}in society f_{3} - lazdu'i
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are members of the same family - lazme'e
- c
_{1}(quoted word(s)) is the family name (as opposed to the given name) of family member c_{2}=z_{2}, used by namer/name-user c_{3}. The family is bonded/tied/joined according to standard z_{3}. - lazmi'u
- x
_{1}is a family relative of x_{2} - lazyzda
- z
_{1}is the home of family members z_{2}=l_{2}. - celdi
- x
_{1}is a group of people who love each other in a sexual or non-sexual way, which includes the individuals x_{2}, x_{3}, x_{4}, x_{5}, etc., etc., etc. - speci
- x
_{1}is an x_{2}of species/cultivar/breed/taxon x_{3}. - kleinzu
- x
_{1}(mass / plurality) is a class / category / subgroup / subset including members x_{2}, with defining property x_{3}(ka), within superset x_{4}(mass) - launzu
- x
_{1}is a relative of x_{2}such that they both share an effective family tree which includes a common relative x_{3}; x_{1}is a relative of x_{2}on x_{3}'s side of the family. - treicu
- x
_{1}is a (general(ized)) heirarchical/pyramidal/directed tree-graph structure on underlying set x_{2}via partial ordering relation x_{3}(see notes for default properties).