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valsi se'e'i
type experimental cmavo
creator lamisotanis
time entered Wed May 1 20:24:41 2019

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Definition #71339 - Preferred [edit]
   
selma'o SEhEhI
definition placed before a selbri, merges x1 and x2 places.
notes Causes relabelling so that all slots which were originally subsequent to x2 have their indices decremented by 1; therefore, for example, the original x3 is the new x2. Notice that "se'e'i se'e'i" merges the original x1, x2, and x3 slots all together; likewise, under "se se'e'i", the new x1 is the original x3 and the new x2 is the original x1 and x2 mutually merged together (therefore, "se'e'i" is equivalent to "se'e'i se" but not "se se'e'i"). See also: "te'e'i", "ve'e'i", "xe'e'i", te'e'a, ze'e'au.
created by lamisotanis
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time Thu May 2 18:40:30 2019
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mi se'e'i ca tavla

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Example #2:

mi se'e'i ca tavla

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Definition #71340 [edit]
   
selma'o SEhEhI
definition lu ko'a se'e'i broda li'u du lu ko'a broda gi'a se broda li'u
notes ko zgana zo te'e'i .e zo ve'e'i .e zo xe'e'i
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time Wed May 1 20:26:30 2019
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