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This is a "best guess" listing for the word "xonba" in language English, meaning that only one of the definitions for this word will be shown (the one with the highest total votes). See all the definitions for xonba.


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valsi xonba
type experimental gismu
creator krtisfranks
time entered Sun Jan 17 00:52:07 2016

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English
Definition #68260 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 is exactly/approximately (1/x2)-th-portion [li] of x3 by standard x4.
notes Analogous to xadba, but where the fraction is specified. x2 must be positive; use fractions in order to denote (n/m)-ths of something (where x2 = m/n, in such a case). Typically (but not necessarily), x2 will be filled by rational numbers (and, often, these will be integers greater than 1). Examples: "a/one whole" = "xonba be li pa"; "one-third" = "xonba be li ci"; "two-thirds" = "xonba be li ci fi'u re"; "a quarter/one-fourth" = "xonba be li vo", etc. . See also: xadba (= "xonba be li re"), tezda (= "xonba be li te'o" when in the default mode).
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created by krtisfranks
vote information 1
time Sat Jan 16 17:02:38 2016

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krtisfranksExperimental rafsi "-xon-" (for {xo'ei}) + {xadba}[edit]
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