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Discussion of "tu'oi"

Comment #1: lo setmima be?
gleki (Sat Nov 5 09:27:31 2016)

so if setmima2 is a member but not members, then basically ko'a ce tu'oi =
lo setmima be ko'a ?

Comment #2: Re: lo setmima be?
Curtis W Franks (Sun Nov 6 04:18:22 2016)

gleki wrote:
> so if setmima2 is a member but not members, then basically ko'a ce tu'oi
> lo setmima be ko'a ?

Yes. But I am not sure whether or not it can be multiple. In any case, just
throw in a po'o immediately after ko'a and you are good to go.

Comment #3: zi'o
Curtis W Franks (Mon Dec 26 06:49:28 2016)

I would like to note that zi'o cannot be used in place of tu'oi because
that means that there is a version of the sentence in which the terbri is
deleted such that the result is intended, or one is forming a set which has
zi'o (the meaning, not the quoted word) as an element, which is
essentially meaningless as far as I can tell. In any case, zi'o either
directly fills or is an element of a set which fills a terbri; it is not
modifying the connective, but instead the selbri.

Comment #4: Nil
gleki (Mon Dec 26 07:28:35 2016)

This is an interesting cmavo. Usually people use concatenation of an array
(e.g. an array that has only one element which is X, setmima be ko'a,
probably, if setmima2 is exhaustive, is it?) with a Nil array.

Do we have a word for concatenation of arrays? (konkatena operates on
chars, it seems)

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