x_{1} and x_{2} are path-linked by binary predicate x_{3} (ka) via intermediate steps x_{4} (ce'o; (ordered) list but not necessarily fully and explicitly specified without skipping/gaps/omissions/implicit terms).

This word is basically the same as ".utka" in terms of its meaning, but partial explicit specification of x_{4} does not imply complete specification of x_{4}; there may be skipped/elided/implicit terms between those which are specified, possibly including either between x_{1} and the first-specified term of x_{4} or between the last-specified
term of x_{4} and x_{2}. Like ".utka", neither acyclicity nor geodesicity is implied, but furthermore: any cycles or off-geodesic path-walking/paths may possibly-also occur in/via/at/with or partially in/via/at/with the omitted/implicit terms of x_{4}. It is not guaranteed/necessary that between any two explicit terms of x_{4} (or between the endpoint terms thereof and either x_{1} or x_{2} respectively) there are any gaps/missing/implicit terms - only the possibility of such is implied/allowed by (the usage of) this word.

- utka
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_{1}and x_{2}are path-linked by binary predicate x_{3}(ka) via intermediate steps x_{4}(ce'o; (ordered) list).