matce experimental gismu

x1 is magnetism/magnetization (or magnetic charge or magnetic current; or part of a magnetic dipole) in/on/of/produced by x2 (monopole or a dipole, taken in whole or just as a single side/part/pole thereof) of polarity/quantity x3 (default: positive, which indicates magnetic-south in English)

If the signum of x3 is positive, then the charge being referred to is what English speakers call "magnetic-south (pole)"; if it is negative, then the referent is what English speakers call "magnetic-north (pole)". This definition is modelled on that of dikca. If one does not prefer this gismu, one probably can use "maktcaxe" as an equivalent/synonym, but that word uses another experimental gismu ("tcaxe") in its veljvo.