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valsi cacryme'utcika
type lujvo
creator gusnikantu
time entered Sun May 31 14:43:09 2015

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Example #1:

li ci no cu cacryme'utcika lo nu mi ti xrukla kei py sy ty

(by gusnikantu) [edit]
   
English
Definition #66275 [edit]
   
definition x1 (number) is the minute/minute notation of the hour, of event/state x2, in system x3.
notes cacra zei mentu zei tcika. As default, the number x1 is counted from the first minute of the hour. See ti'u'e for BAI. ex.) li cino cu cacryme'utcika lo nu mi ti xrukla kei py sy ty (I will be back at thirty minutes past the hour PST.)
gloss words
place keywords 1. minute notation of the hour
2. event/state of the minute of the hour
3. system defining the minute of the hour
created by gusnikantu
vote information 2
time Sun May 31 07:45:09 2015

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Example #1:

li cino cu cacryme'utcika lo nu mi ti xrukla kei la pysytys

(by Wuzzy) [edit]
Etymology

lojban
Definition #66274 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 goi ko'a tcika x2 boi x3 .ije x1 sinxa lo mo'e ko'a moi be lu'i ro mentu be li pa bei x3 be'o poi pagbu lo cacra be li pa bei x3
notes .i cacra zei mentu zei tcika .i srana zo ti'u'e to lo terbri cu se manri lo si'o zasni jbotamgau zo tcika jo'u zo ciste toi
created by gusnikantu
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time Sun May 31 08:02:11 2015

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