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Discussion of "majga"
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Comment #2: Re: invert places?
Curtis W Franks (Tue Sep 16 14:59:27 2014)

gleki wrote:
> I'd suggest to invert the order of places so that it matches snidu
etc.

I was actually following analogy with dikca. snidu is a unit that
measures a property, majga and dikca are properties if an entity.

Comment #3: Re: invert places?
gleki (Tue Sep 16 15:36:36 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> gleki wrote:
> > I'd suggest to invert the order of places so that it matches snidu
> etc.
>
> I was actually following analogy with dikca. snidu is a unit that
> measures a property, majga and dikca are properties if an entity.

okay, i even had grake in mind.

hm, what would be dikca with all places filled?
Do you think dikca = 'x1 (number/quantity) is the electrical charge of
x2 (object) in units x3' or what?

Comment #4: Re: invert places?
Alex Burka (Wed Sep 17 03:08:20 2014)

Unfortunately dikca1 says it's "[electric charge or current]" which are
totally different things.

gleki wrote:
> krtisfranks wrote:
> > gleki wrote:
> > > I'd suggest to invert the order of places so that it matches snidu
> > etc.
> >
> > I was actually following analogy with dikca. snidu is a unit that
> > measures a property, majga and dikca are properties if an entity.
>
> okay, i even had grake in mind.
>
> hm, what would be dikca with all places filled?
> Do you think dikca = 'x1 (number/quantity) is the electrical charge of
> x2 (object) in units x3' or what?

Comment #5: Re: invert places?
Alex Burka (Wed Sep 17 03:10:09 2014)

But I think dikca3 is the number/quantity.

gleki wrote:
> krtisfranks wrote:
> > gleki wrote:
> > > I'd suggest to invert the order of places so that it matches snidu
> > etc.
> >
> > I was actually following analogy with dikca. snidu is a unit that
> > measures a property, majga and dikca are properties if an entity.
>
> okay, i even had grake in mind.
>
> hm, what would be dikca with all places filled?
> Do you think dikca = 'x1 (number/quantity) is the electrical charge of
> x2 (object) in units x3' or what?

Comment #6: Re: invert places?
gleki (Wed Sep 17 05:42:01 2014)

durka42 wrote:
> But I think dikca3 is the number/quantity.
>
> gleki wrote:
> > krtisfranks wrote:
> > > gleki wrote:
> > > > I'd suggest to invert the order of places so that it matches
snidu
> > > etc.
> > >
> > > I was actually following analogy with dikca. snidu is a unit
that
> > > measures a property, majga and dikca are properties if an
entity.
> >
> > okay, i even had grake in mind.
> >
> > hm, what would be dikca with all places filled?
> > Do you think dikca = 'x1 (number/quantity) is the electrical charge
of
> > x2 (object) in units x3' or what?


I'm asking, not proposing. If grake2 is number then may be majga based on
etymologically should have the same place structure.

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