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valsi jisrxananase
type fu'ivla
creator Wuzzy
time entered Wed Aug 7 17:26:24 2013

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Deutsch
Definition #42215 [edit]
   
definition x1 ist etwas Ananassaft gemacht aus Ananas/Ananassen x2.
notes Fehlgeformtes fu'ivla, das ein kurzes rafsi benutzt. Es ist zusammengesetzt aus »jis« (rafsi von »jinsa«, nicht »jisra!«) und »xananase«. Benutzen Sie jisrnxananase stattdessen.
gloss words
place keywords 1. Ananassaft
2. Ananas ; Frucht
created by Wuzzy
vote information -1
time Wed Aug 7 10:43:23 2013

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Etymology

WuzzySiehe Etymologie für »grutrxananase«.[edit]
English
Definition #42214 [edit]
   
definition x1 is a quantitiy of pineapple juice made from pineapple/pineapples x2.
notes Malformed short-rafsi fu'ivla: Made from “jis” + “xananase”. “jis” is the rafsi of “jinsa”, not “jisra”. Use jisrnxananase instead.
gloss words
place keywords 1. pineapple juice
2. pineapple ; fruit
created by Wuzzy
vote information -1
time Sat Aug 10 08:14:21 2013

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Etymology

WuzzySee etymology of “grutrxananase”.[edit]
lojban
Definition #42216 [edit]
   
definition x1 jisra x2 po'u loi grutrxananase
notes ko na valsi pilno zo jisrxananase .ije ko valsi pilno zo jisrnxananase
created by Wuzzy
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time Wed Aug 7 10:49:14 2013

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