poi'i NUKEI experimental cmavo

x1 is such that {poi'i} abstraction is true; x1 binds {ke'a} within the abstraction.

Originally proposed by And Rosta around 2001.

In notes:

si'o ze'ei poi'i (comp!)
abstractor: x1 is x2's concept of the object bound to {ke'a} and described by [bridi]
do'au (exp!)
pro-sumti whose referent's identity may be chosen by the listener
ka'oi'i (exp!)
convert bridi into n-ary property claim: xn is such that it fills the n-th occurrence of ce'u in [bridi].
nau'o (exp!)
pro-sumti whose referent's identity is unknown to the speaker
ni'ai (exp!)
x1 is a number/value such that the abstraction is true, under mathematical system x2; x1 binds to ke'a within the abstraction
voi'i (exp!)
titular relative clause: gives a title/name in the form of a relative clause, e.g. "Alexander the Great" or "Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds"