convert number to cardinality selbri; x_{1} is a mass formed from a set x_{2} of n members, one or more of which is/are x_{3}, measured relative to the set x_{4}.

[x_{1} is a mass with N components x_{3} composing set x_{2}; x_{2} is an n-tuple (x_{2} is completely specified) (= selmei for reordered places); x_{1} forms an n-some; x_{3} (not necessarily a complete enumeration) are among the members of x_{2}); See also cmima, gunma, cmavo list moi.

- 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}. - denxi'u
- x
_{1}is a gear/cogwheel with cogs x_{2}, of device/vehicle x_{3}, made of material x_{4} - gamymei
- x
_{1}is a dozen of x_{2}counting by dimension/aspect x_{3} - jufmei
- x
_{1}is a paragraph about x_{2}including sentence(s) x_{3}. - meirmoi
- x
_{1}=moi_{1}is the x_{2}-th element out of x_{3}elements from set x_{4}=moi_{2}=mei_{2}. - meizma
- x
_{1}is more numerous than x_{2}; x_{1}has a greater cardinality than x_{2} - memkai
- x
_{1}is/are x_{2}(li) in number, and are among x_{3} - memlai
- x
_{1}numbers/adds up to/consists of x_{2}(number) counting by units x_{3}; x_{1}are x_{2}in number. - pormei
- x
_{1}(sequence) has length x_{2} - ramymei
- x
_{1}is a mythos of myths x_{2} - rilsletei
- x
_{1}is tempo of rhythmic movement x_{2}with the unit x_{3}; x_{1}is a time interval and corresponds to the unit x_{3}of a form of rhythm of x_{2}. - sormei
- x
_{1}are numerous/many - sotmei
- x
_{1}are few - lo'au
*(exp!)* - presuppositional definite article: the …; the thing(s) which …
- mei'i
*(exp!)* - convert number to cardinality selbri: x
_{1}is/are [number] in number; there is/are [number] things among x_{1}. - esme
- x
_{1}(text) is written in a dialect where {su'o}, {ro} quantifiers are treated as {su'oi}, {ro'oi} respectively - jborefota
- x
_{1}is a pair of Lojbanists who frequently talk to each other in Lojban by telephone. - kaunmei
- x
_{1}(collection, body, set, mass, tuple, n-some, etc.) is x_{2}(li; default: 1) indivisible/atomic/elementary/basic discrete entities (or particles) of type x_{3}in composition/content, by standard x_{4}; the count of instances of x_{3}in x_{1}is x_{2}by standard x_{4}.