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Discussion of "famyma'o"
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Comment #1: Place structure
Jonathan (Sun May 10 09:22:00 2015)

Lacks a place for what a famyma'o should end. I think the definition should
be:
x1=c1 is a terminator word for use with class/part-of-speech x2=f2? in
class/part-of-speech x3=c2 in language x4=c3.

It's a nonstandard lujvo place-structure but I believe it is the most
natural, to allow:

zo ku cu famyma'o ma'oi le : "ku" is the terminator for selma'o LE.

Comment #2: Re: Place structure
gleki (Sun May 10 11:04:04 2015)

spheniscine wrote:
> Lacks a place for what a famyma'o should end. I think the definition
should
> be:
> x1=c1 is a terminator word for use with class/part-of-speech x2=f2? in
> class/part-of-speech x3=c2 in language x4=c3.
>
> It's a nonstandard lujvo place-structure but I believe it is the most
> natural, to allow:
>
> zo ku cu famyma'o ma'oi le : "ku" is the terminator for selma'o LE.

Indeed, no need to parallel cmavo here. Since cmavo can be used
additionally.

zo ku famyma'o ma'oi le gi'e cmavo ma'oi ku

However, notice that both tolfamyma'o (like le) and famyma'o are actually
brackets for certain constructs.

so another definition can be
x1 is a famyma'o marking construct x2

zo ku famyma'o lo sumti
i zo le tolfamyma'o lo sumti

We assume here that fanmo refers to the last part of the process, not its
endpoint since sumti indeed contains both lo and ku.

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