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valsi lanru
type experimental gismu
creator viktor
time entered Tue Jun 27 20:15:28 2017

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English
Definition #69607 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 is a lantern/flashlight/portable light source illuminating x2, in style/with properties x3
notes Any small, portable light source designed to be carried; see lamdu, fagri, gusni. It may be a garden decoration, so it may not even emit light, or light is metaphoric; see jadni.
gloss words
place keywords 1. lantern ; portable light source
created by viktor
vote information 2
time Sun Apr 3 18:40:58 2022

Examples

Example #1:

.i le lunra cu lanru pe'a

(by viktor) [edit]
Etymology

viktorLatin-English "lantern" and European cognates of it; word play on the gismu "lunra" as the moon is like a lantern in the sky (".i le lunra cu lanru pe'a")[edit]
Esperanto
Definition #69609 [edit]
   
definition x1 estas lanterno, kiu iluminas x2, en stilo/kun ecoj x3
notes Lanterno ne necese iluminas ion ajn.
created by viktor
vote information 1
time Fri Jul 7 04:29:13 2017

Examples

Example #1:

.i le lunra cu lanru pe'a

(by viktor) [edit]
Etymology

viktorLatina-Angla "lantern" kaj Eŭropaj kognatoj de ĝi; vortludo pri la gismu "lunra" kiel la luno estas kiel lanterno en la ĉielo (".i le lunra cu lanru pe'a")[edit]
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