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valsi refkusi
type fu'ivla
creator spheniscine
time entered Thu May 14 04:56:17 2015

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Definition #66014 [edit]
   
definition x1 is recursively related to x2 by applying x3 (number) levels-of-recursion of the predicate-relation x4 (ka with two ce'u)
notes Short form: efku. tanru example for common usage: the day three days from now (tomorrow's tomorrow's tomorrow) -> lo bavlamdei refkusi be fi li ci . Cf. krefu, rapli, refkusi
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created by spheniscine
vote information 2
time Wed Jul 22 09:45:48 2015

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Example #1:

lo bavlamdei refkusi be fi li ci

(by Wuzzy) [edit]
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spheniscineFrom Lojban {krefu} + Latin "recursio"[edit]
lojban
Definition #66017 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition ifle fa lo du'u x3 li pa dubmau kei, lo du'u x1 me'au x4 lo refkusi be x2 bei li mo'e x3 vu'u pa bei x4 kei, lo du'u x1 boi x2 me'au x4 /ni'o sa'u mu'a: go ko'a broda lo broda be lo broda be ko'e, gi ko'a ko'e refkusi li ci lo ka ce'u ce'u broda
notes lo tanru poi ka'e fadni se pilno zo'u mu'a: lo bavlamdei refkusi be fi li ci, cu du lo bavlamdei be lo bavlamdei be lo bavlamdei .i e'u ko karbi fi zo krefu jo'u zo rapli jo'u zo refkusi zo'o
created by spheniscine
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time Fri May 15 06:07:02 2015

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