x_{1} logically necessitates/entails/implies action/event/state x_{2} under rules/logic system x_{3}.

See also natfe, rinka, mukti, krinu, cmavo list ni'i, jalge, logji.

- ni'i
- nibli modal, 1st place logically; logically because ...
- ni'inai
- na'e nibli modal, 1st place; regardless of logically sufficient condition ...
- seni'i
- nibli modal, 2nd place entails therefore ...
- seni'inai
- nibli modal, 2nd place entails nevertheless ...
- teni'i
- nibli modal, 3rd place entailment under logic system ...

- ciksi
- x
_{1}(person) explains x_{2}(event/state/property) to x_{3}with explanation x_{4}(du'u). - jalge
- x
_{1}(action/event/state) is a result/outcome/conclusion of antecedent x_{2}(event/state/process). - krinu
- x
_{1}(event/state) is a reason/justification/explanation for/causing/permitting x_{2}(event/state). - logji
- x
_{1}[rules/methods] is a logic for deducing/concluding/inferring/reasoning to/about x_{2}(du'u). - mukti
- x
_{1}(action/event/state) motivates/is a motive/incentive for action/event x_{2}, per volition of x_{3}. - natfe
- x
_{1}(du'u) contradicts/denies/refutes/negates x_{2}(du'u) under rules/logic x_{3}. - rinka
- x
_{1}(event/state) effects/physically causes effect x_{2}(event/state) under conditions x_{3}. - kairpau
- being x
_{1}(ka) is part of being x_{2}(ka) - lujrinsku
- x
_{1}=c_{1}(person) justifies/expresses justification x_{2}=k_{2}for x_{3}=p_{1}'s complicated-ness in aspect x_{4}=p_{2}to audience x_{5}=c_{3}via expressive medium x_{6}=c_{4}. - madni'i
- n
_{1}=m_{1}is the moral of story/situation m_{3}and entails action/event/state n_{2}. - nibji'i
- j
_{1}concludes that n_{1}(du'u) logically implies n_{2}under rules n_{3}. - nibyti'i
- x
_{1}=n_{1}(idea/fact/du'u) suggests/intimates that x_{2}=n_{2}=s_{2}(idea/fact/du'u) is true as it appears to x_{3}=s_{3} - selja'e
- x
_{1}(event) results in x_{2}(event) - selni'i
- n
_{2}logically follows n_{1}under rules/logic system n_{3}. - seznibju'a
- j
_{1}(text) is a tautological statement about j_{2}in language j_{3}. - sezni'i
- x
_{1}is a tautology under rules/logic system x_{2} - tolni'i
- x
_{1}(event/state) logically necessitates/entails/implies the negation of x_{2}(event/state), under rules/logic system x_{3}. x_{1}prevents x_{2}. - zilni'i
- x
_{1}is true - didni
- x
_{1}deduces/reasons by deduction/establishes by deduction that x_{2}is true about x_{3}from general rule x_{4} - jo'oi
- non-logical connective: the more ..., the more...
- ibli
- If x
_{1}has the property x_{3}, then x_{2}also has it; x_{1}having property x_{3}necessitates x_{2}having that property - indika
- x
_{1}(event/state) implies / suggests / is circumstantial evidence for x_{2}(du'u); the probability that x_{2}is true, given x_{1}, is greater than the probability without x_{1}