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Discussion of "jifmlu"
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Comment #6: Re: Why this definition is better
Alex Burka (Wed Dec 10 05:32:54 2014)

Ilmen wrote:
> Wuzzy wrote:
> > Sigh. OK. I changed my mind.
> >
> > There goes the definition for “pseudo”. Probably I have to find a
> > different word for this.
> >
> > And I am not sure what to do with jifmluske then.
> Hmm as for the concept of "pseudo-", jvojva rules would probably gives
> something like "mlujvenarkai" (X seems to have property Y to Z but has
> property Y), although that's a little long.
> "skemlu" would be "X seems to be a science....", without saying whether
> actually is a science.
> Maybe "jifske" would make it, as "science of falseness" doesn't seem a
> very useful interpretation for this word.
> But it could be a little weird if "jetske" gets used for "epistemology"
> something.
> "nalske" is also an option.

.i'e I like "nalske" or "norske".

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