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valsi fisli
type experimental gismu
creator krtisfranks
time entered Tue Jul 1 18:46:21 2014
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Definition #56997 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 is physical/actual/pertains to physics in aspect x2 (ka) of type x3 by standard/in metaphysics x4
notes Perhaps includes (but would not be limited to): material, bodily, tangible. x1 need not be a substance/matter; spacetime, physical quantities (such as energy), virtual particles, and even the rules of physics and some mathematical theorems could be considered to be physical. See also: jikfi, termu'e, termu'eske, mairza'i, tifmu'eza'i, dacti, marji, xanri, fatci, menli, cinmo, cmaci.
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created by krtisfranks
vote information 1
time Fri Jul 4 10:39:11 2014

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krtisfranksgismu-making algorithm: Chi. uuli 0.334 Hin. poti 0.195 Eng. fisi 0.187 Spa. fisi 0.116 Rus. fisi 0.081 Ara. fisi 0.088; score: .639; best-scoring options: fisli, flisi; chosen for aesthetic reasons (and in order to avoid similarity with {flese}. A decent amount of leeway was given to various words. Changing Chi. to "uli" yields the same options with a score of .694666...[edit]
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