n-Merge Conversion: placed immediately before a selbri, merges x_{1} and all x_{a} places.

In "x_{a}", "a" is not a variable; "x_{a}" refers to any sumti slot(s) after the first n, where n is a function of the brivla (and is not defined for some brivla), such that it/they is/are part of an open-ended or arbitrarily large relation of mutually similar 'form' (possibly by analogy); for example, all sumti slots of "jutsi" except jutsi1 are x_{a}-type slots (therefore, "ze'e'i jutsi" is necessarily a 1-slot selbri in which the species is the same as the genus and that is the same as the family etc. - a concept which is of limited utility in this particular case, but which might be used in application to the very first lifeform). See also: "te'e'i".

- te'e'i
*(exp!)* - placed before a selbri, merges x1 and x3 places (with the new x1 being equivalent to the result of this merging).
- ze'e'a
*(exp!)* - n-Merge Conversion: placed immediately before a selbri, merges x
_{2}and all x_{a}places. - ze'e'au
*(exp!)* - n-Merge Conversion: placed immediately before a selbri, merges all x
_{a}places. - ze'e'e
*(exp!)* - n-Merge Conversion: placed immediately before a selbri, merges x
_{5}and all x_{a}places. - ze'e'o
*(exp!)* - n-Merge Conversion: placed immediately before a selbri, merges x
_{4}and all x_{a}places. - ze'e'u
*(exp!)* - n-Merge Conversion: placed immediately before a selbri, merges x
_{3}and all x_{a}places.