x_{1} exceeds/is more than x_{2} in property/quantity x_{3} (ka/ni) by amount/excess x_{4}.

Also positive (= nonmau). See also cmavo list mau, mleca, zenba, jmina, bancu, dukse, traji.

- traji
- x
_{1}is superlative in property x_{2}(ka), the x_{3}extreme (ka; default ka zmadu) among set/range x_{4}. - mau
- zmadu modal, 1st place (a greater) exceeded by ... ; usually a sumti modifier.
- semau
- zmadu modal, 2nd place (relative!) more than ...; usually a sumti modifier.
- semaunai
- zmadu modal, 2nd place (relative!) not more than ...; usually a sumti modifier.
- temau
- zmadu modal, 3rd place (relative!) more than/exceeding in property ...
- vemau
- zmadu modal, 4th place (relative!) more than/exceeding by amount ...
- grafyjbirai
- x
_{1}(node in graph) is among the very nearest nodes to x_{2}(node in same graph), such that they are path-connected, along path(s) or paths of type x_{3}(default: directed graph geodesics from x_{2}to candidate other nodes, such that each of these candidates (plus x_{1}) are pairwise distinct from x_{2}) according to edge weighings x_{4}in connected graph component x_{5}, with nearness standard/satisfying other conditions x_{6}, the extreme x_{7}(default: ka zmadu, implying most-near) being amongst set/range x_{8}of candidate nodes. - kemnilzilcmikezrai
- x
_{1}(set) has the most extreme cardinality, in direction x_{2}(default: ka zmadu), among x_{3}(set of sets) - momrai
- x
_{1}=traji_{1}=moi_{1}is the x_{2}=moi^{(-1)}th (li) most extreme member of set/range x_{5}=traji_{4}=moi_{2}(set; possibly ordered) in property/ordered according to measure of property x_{3}=traji_{2 \sim moi}(ka) measuring from the x_{4 }= traji_{3}-est/utmost (ka; default: ka zmadu) member, which/who has a similar ordinality count of x_{6}(li) in the same set by the same ordering. - nelrai
- n
_{1}is most fond of n_{2}=t_{1}(object/state) from set t_{4}, due to extreme t_{3}(ka; default ka zmadu). - rairpe'o
- x
_{1}=t_{1}=p_{1}is the best friend (/"bestie"/"BFF") of x_{2}=p_{2}among set of friends x_{3}=t_{4}in extreme x_{4}=t_{3}(default ka zmadu). - trajije
- x
_{1}=traji_{1}is superlative in property x_{2}=traji_{2}, the x_{3}=traji_{3}extrema (ka; default: ka zmadu), among set/range x_{4}=traji_{4}, and -- moreover -- (there exists at least one member of) the x_{5}^{2}th (li; must be 1 or 2) argument [see note] of this selbri (which) actually has/is/attains said property x_{2}according to standard x_{6}.

- bancu
- x
_{1}exceeds/is beyond limit/boundary x_{2}from x_{3}in property/amount x_{4}(ka/ni). - dukse
- x
_{1}is an excess of/too much of x_{2}by standard x_{3}. - jmina
- x
_{1}adds/combines x_{2}to/with x_{3}, with result x_{4}; x_{1}augments x_{2}by amount x_{3}. - karbi
- x
_{1}[observer] compares x_{2}with x_{3}in property x_{4}(ka), determining comparison x_{5}(state). - mleca
- x
_{1}is less than x_{2}in property/quantity x_{3}(ka/ni) by amount x_{4}. - zenba
- x
_{1}(experiencer) increases/is incremented/augmented in property/quantity x_{2}by amount x_{3}. - bermau
- b
_{1}=z_{1}is farther north than b_{2}=z_{1}according to frame of reference b_{3}by distance/gap/margin z_{4}. - bramau
- z
_{1}is bigger than z_{2}in dimension b_{2}by margin z_{4}. - cmamau
- z
_{1}is smaller than z_{2}in dimension c_{2}by margin z_{4}. - darmau
- z
_{1}=d_{1}is farther from z_{2}=d_{2}in property z_{3}=d_{3}by amount z_{4}. - datmau
- z
_{1}=d_{1}is a plurality of/more than all other subgroups of z_{2}as separated/classified by property z_{3}=d_{3}by amount z_{4}. - facyborselkaizilkanpyborselkaimau'yraunzu
- x
_{1}is so x_{2}(ka) that x_{3}(nu); x_{1}=ckajiZ_{1}=ckajiP_{1}=raunzu_{1}satisfies property x_{2}=ckajiZ_{2}=fatci_{1}=raunzu_{2}=zmadu_{2}enough that x_{3}=raunzu_{3}, where ckajiP_{2}=kanpe_{2}=zmadu_{2}. - jarmau
- z
_{1}=j_{1}is firmer/tougher/harder/more resistant than z_{2}by amount z_{4}. - matmau
- x
_{1}is more appropriate than x_{2}to x_{3}in property x_{4} - maudji
- d
_{1}prefers d_{1}=m_{1}(event/state) to m_{2}for purpose d_{3}by amount/excess z_{4}. - meizma
- x
_{1}is more numerous than x_{2}; x_{1}has a greater cardinality than x_{2} - mlemau
- z
_{1}=m_{1}is more beautiful than z_{2}to m_{2}in aspect m_{3}(ka) by amount z_{4}. - nalme'a
- m
_{1}is not less than/more than or equal to m_{2}in property/quantity m_{3}(ka/ni) by amount m_{4} - nitmau
- z
_{1}=c_{1}is lower than z_{2}beneath c_{2}in frame of reference c_{3}by amount/excess z_{4}. - nonmau
- z
_{1}(number) is greater than 0 by amount z_{4}(number); z_{1}is a positive number. - pi'izma
- x
_{1}exceeds x_{2}is aspect x_{3}(ka/ni) by factor x_{4}; x_{1}is/does x_{3}x_{4}times as much as x_{2}is/does. - rajyclamau
- z
_{1}=c_{1}=s_{1}is taller than z_{2}by amount z_{4}. - selzaumi'o
- m
_{1}=z_{2}is popular among mass m_{2}=z_{1}. - sormau
- x
_{1}is more numerous than x_{2} - sudmau
- z
_{1}=s_{1}is drier than z_{2}by amount z_{4}of liquid s_{2}. - tolmlemau
- z
_{1}=m_{1}is uglier/[more unsightly] than z_{2}to m_{2}in aspect m_{3}(ka) by amount z_{4}. - tolmlerai
- m
_{1}=t_{1}is the ugliest/[most unsightly] among set/range t_{3}to m_{2}in aspect m_{3}(ka) by aesthetic standard m_{4}. - vozmau
- x
_{1}=m_{4}is the excess amount by which x_{2}=m_{1}exceeds x_{3}=m_{2}in property/quantity x_{4}=m_{3}(ka/ni). - xagmau
- xa
_{1}=z_{1}is better than z_{2}for xa_{2}by standard xa_{3}, by amount z_{4}. - xauzma
- xa
_{1}=z_{1}is better than z_{2}for xa_{2}by standard xa_{3}, by amount z_{4}. - xlamau
- x
_{1}=m_{1}is worse than m_{2}for x_{2}by standard x_{3}, by amount m_{3}. - zanmau
- zm
_{1}=za_{1}is better than zm_{2}in property za_{2}according to standard za_{3}by amount zm_{4}. - zmaroi
- x
_{1}happens more often than x_{2}in interval x_{3} - dunlini
- x
_{1}and x_{2}satisfy predicate x_{3}to the same extent - karbina
- x
_{1}and x_{2}are elements of the same partially-ordered set x_{3}(see notes) such that x_{1}and x_{2}cannot be meaningfully compared via said relation/in said property. - nanjmau
- x
_{1}is older than x_{2}by x_{3}years. - zmaduje
- x
_{1}is more than/greater than/exceeds x_{2}in property x_{3}(ka) and the x_{4}th (li; 1 or 2) argument of this selbri actually has/is/expresses/attains property x_{3}according to x_{5}.