x_{1} exists/is real/actual/reality for x_{2} under metaphysics x_{3}.

Words usable for epistemology typically have a du'u place.
x_{1} is physical (one sense). See also fatci, xanri.

- fatci
- x
_{1}(du'u) is a fact/reality/truth/actuality, in the absolute. - slabu
- x
_{1}is old/familiar/well-known to observer x_{2}in feature x_{3}(ka) by standard x_{4}. - xanri
- x
_{1}[concept] exists in the imagination of/is imagined by/is imaginary to x_{2}. - facyza'i
- x
_{1}is real / really exists in this universe - zatra'i
- r
_{1}=z_{1}exists over interval r_{2}. - zazyza'i
- x
_{1}is the existence of x_{2} - du'inxo
- x
_{1}becomes x_{2}(concrete); x_{1}'s current time slice stops existing and is replaced by x_{2} - enzasti
- x
_{1}exists/is real in universe-of-discourse x_{2} - feiksti
- x
_{1}does not exist/is not real/is not actual/is not reality/is fake for x_{2}under metaphysics x_{3}; x_{1}is a fakester/huxter (no intention of tricking, because it does not exist).