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valsi xe'u
type experimental cmavo
creator gusnikantu
time entered Thu Dec 12 19:53:32 2013

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English
Definition #43012 [edit]
   
selma'o GOhA
definition Abstraction variable indicator selbrisle.
notes xe'u is a pro-bridi (meaning it takes the place of a fully-specified bridi). xe'u indicates that the selbrisle is considered to be a bridi-variable that can be filled by other bridi. xe'u makes sense only inside abstraction clauses. In particular, xe'u is almost solely used in prenex in order to put a word of selma'o NU in prenex in a statement of predicate logic of third or higher order. See bu'ai for usage. See also ce'u, bu'ai.
created by gusnikantu
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time Thu Oct 9 08:38:55 2014

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lojban
Definition #43009 - Preferred [edit]
   
selma'o GOhA
definition brika'i .ije se lidne lo galfi be lo go'i bei lo selbrisle
notes .i ko sitna zo ce'u .e zo bu'ai
created by gusnikantu
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time Wed Oct 8 22:52:44 2014

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日本語
Definition #43013 [edit]
   
selma'o GOhA
definition ラムダ : 抽象節内において焦点となる selbri の箇所にそのまま代えて置く
notes 第3階以上の述語論理を表現するときに、NU類で作られる抽象節を冠頭に置くために使われる。使用例は bu'ai を参照。 ・読み方: クェフ ・関連語: ce'u, bu'ai.
created by gusnikantu
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time Thu Oct 9 09:04:48 2014

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