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valsi almapamla
type fu'ivla
creator gusnikantu
time entered Wed Aug 30 08:43:33 2017

Definition #69869 [edit]
definition x1 is a plant symbolizing the idea of love, to x2.
notes Western literature is full of works that use roses as romantic symbols, and many other cultures use other flowers for more or less the same purpose. Similarly, the x1 of .almapamla symbolically represents the idea of love itself. For native English-speaking Lojbanists, a rose will likely be a common example of an x1, but it could be any plant. x2 can be either the author or audience of any spoken or written text which uses x1 to represent love. See also spati, rozgu, prami, sinxa. Unrelated to the similar-sounding alma and palma.
gloss words
place keywords 1. plant which symbolizes love
2. author or audience of a description of the plant as a love symbol
created by cemjig
vote information 4
time Sat Sep 16 05:30:25 2017


Definition #69855 - Preferred [edit]
definition x1 spati zi'o gi'e sinxa lo si'o prami ku x2 noi skicu ja te skicu vo'a
notes i krasi zoi zoi amapola zoi noi valsi la papaver lo bansupu'a zi'e noi cmene lo selsa'a noi se finti la'o zoi Jos� Mar�a Lacalle Garc�a zoi i ji'a se pagbu zoi zoi pam zoi noi rafsi zo prami i srana zo prami e zo makpapi
created by gusnikantu
vote information 1
time Wed Aug 30 14:06:27 2017


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