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valsi kerni
type experimental gismu
creator lalxu
time entered Sat Jul 7 01:16:05 2018

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Definition #70957 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 (state/event/fact) is fair/just/righteous to x2 according to x3
notes According to x3, the way x2 is treated in x1 is just (it is "as things should be"). See also pajni, sarxe, vrude, vudypai, nutli, pairnu'i. (Many of those words deal with some judge acting "fairly" or "justly" in some matter, which kerni does not. In fact, a "to'e kerni" (unfair) situation is not necessarily the result of evil, may be considered unfair to all parties, and may be nobody's fault.)
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created by lalxu
vote information 2
time Fri Jul 6 18:16:05 2018

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Example #1:

na kerni lo jbopre fi mi fa lo za'i fu'inai se jibri lo nu finti lo runbau

(by lalxu) [edit]

Example #2:

kerni lo mu citka fa lo nu ro vo'e cpacu lo piresi'e be lo cakla

(by lalxu) [edit]
Etymology

lalxugismu algorithm: 公平=konpin, निष्पक्ष=nicpakc, fair=fer, juste=just, справедливый=spravedlivi, عادل=adil. Score is 0.336166; other candidates with same score are "ninfe" "forni" "fekni"; I picked the one I liked most.[edit]
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