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Discussion of "nu bu"
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Comment #4: Re: e'o sidju mi
gleki (Sat Feb 7 06:40:06 2015)

durka42 wrote:
> gleki wrote:
> > nu bu, ni bu, ka bu, du'u bu
> >
> > Please, help me find a better phrasing for these letterals.
> >
> > They are to be used to refer to the last sumti starting with LE NU
> is
> > complete at the moment of using this letteral.
> I added a rephrased English definition, what do you think?

1. As cryptic as mine.

2. " sumti that started with a nu-abstraction" is not very true. What
about "lo ca ui nu broda". Isn't it "nu bu" as well. But it doesn't start
with "nu-abstraction". And sumti can't start with NU in general. They
start with LE or are KOhA. Additionally what is "nu-abstraction"? Yet
another term never and nowhere explained.

Something more verbose is needed imo.

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