> This explanation seems vaguely interesting but it certainly isn't
> sufficient for anyone to put this word into practical use, is it? Has
> word yet been used? Could you provide an example?
> I thought of using this sound for the simpler meaning of concatenating
> shorter lujvo in order to more easily pronounce clajvo, an actual
> I've actually encountered in my actual daily use of Lojban. Is there any
> good reason I shouldn't take this sound? Do you actually need this
> particular sound for this? Could you please ask experienced Lojbanists
> the future before claiming a sound whether we think it's appropriate for
> the use you're proposing it for, before making the proposal as formally
> entering it into a dictionary?
Another comment thread discusses its usefulness in a little detail.
You can downvote this definition or (I think: xor) upvote an alternative
definition. This dictionary is not a final product yet. I created a word
that I thought would be useful. Discussion is on-going, which is perfectly
fine; conflict, in fact is useful for such ironings out.
You are perfectly free to propose an alternative, although, if you think
that your idea is a practicably utile and beneficial one (an opinion that
I probably share at the moment), why not go for further refined simplicity
and use zei'e or something of the like? Or, if you want the form zei'VV,
there are several other options still open. I will not fight against you
if you provide an alternative definition for this word, I do not
particularly mind losing this spot (although I will probably end up
proposing that another is used for the purpose that I originally proposed
for this word since I do think that it is plausibly useful), but I do
think that you might have better (and higher-importance) possibilities
available to you. :)