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valsi u'inai
type cmavo-compound
creator officialdata
time entered Mon Mar 3 01:41:04 2003

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selma'o UI*1
definition attitudinal: amusement - weariness.
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created by officialdata
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time Mon Mar 3 01:41:04 2003

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Español
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selma'o UI*1
definition actitudinal: diversión - tedio
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created by xorxes
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time Fri Mar 14 01:17:07 2003

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lojban
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selma'o UI*
definition tcita le se cusku le du'u la'e ri tolzdi le cusku
notes u'i nai; tolzdi
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created by xorxes
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time Wed Apr 16 18:53:45 2003

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Русский
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selma'o UI*1
definition междометие: веселье/увеселение - усталость
notes См. также selzdi, selxajmi, xalbo.
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created by gleki2
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time Wed Nov 14 11:20:15 2012

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日本語
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selma'o UI*1
definition 退屈 ( u'i 愉快 - u'inai 退屈)
notes 心態詞; それをつまらなく感じて退屈を覚える気持 「.u'i nai le xamtigni ro roi tigni lo dunli/このコメディアン同じことばかり演ってるな」 ・読み方: ウヒナイ ・関連語: tolselzdi
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created by gusnikantu
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time Wed Aug 7 09:38:22 2013

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