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valsi spatrtensai
type fu'ivla
creator Wuzzy
time entered Wed Jan 28 17:17:31 2015

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Deutsch
Definition #64419 [edit]
   
definition x1 ist eine Rote Bete (Pflanze, wissenschaftlicher Name: »Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris var. conditiva«).
notes Siehe auch: genjrtensai.
gloss words
place keywords 1. Rote Bete ; Pflanze
created by Wuzzy
vote information 1
time Wed Jan 28 18:23:16 2015

Examples

Example #1:

la tom crepu lo spatrtensai lo loldi

(by Wuzzy) [edit]
Etymology

WuzzyAus dem Japanischem: »てんさい« (romanisiert als »tensai«).[edit]
English
Definition #64418 [edit]
   
definition x1 is a beetroot (plant, scientific name: “Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris var. conditiva”).
notes See also: genjrtensai.
gloss words
place keywords 1. beetroot ; plant
created by Wuzzy
vote information 1
time Wed Jan 28 18:21:58 2015

Examples

Example #1:

la tom crepu lo spatrtensai lo loldi

(by Wuzzy) [edit]
Etymology

WuzzyFrom Japanese “てんさい” (romanized as “tensai”).[edit]
lojban
Definition #64417 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 spati la'o ly.Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris var. conditiva.ly.
notes .e'u ko tcidu tu'a zo genjrtensai
created by Wuzzy
vote information 1
time Wed Jan 28 18:22:49 2015

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Example #1:

la tom crepu lo spatrtensai lo loldi

(by Wuzzy) [edit]
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