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I wonder the title in Wiktionary for the Pronunciation should be one of these "loan words" fu'ivla
- (vla=valsi=word) + (ba'u=bacru=x1 utters verbally/says/phonates/speaks [vocally makes sound] x2)
- or uenba'u
- (uen=uenzi=x1 is an utterance or text about x2) + (ba'u=bacru=x1 utters verbally/says/phonates/speaks [vocally makes sound] x2)
http://vlasisku.lojban.org/vlaba'u says x1=b1 pronounces x3=v1 as x2=b2. http://vlasisku.lojban.org/uenzi says x1 is an utterance or text about x2
When you combine two words such as mli+bau this is combining milxe & bacru. (mli is rafsi of milxe) (bau is rafsi of bacru) but milxe has an x1 and an x2 while bacru has a different x1 and x2 but the definition for milxe says: x1=m1=b1 whispers/mumbles/murmurs/coos utterance x2=b2; x1=m1=b1 speaks softly. This is meaning that the x1 for mlibau is the x1 for milxe and the x1 for bacru is also the x1 for mlibau. The also is meaning the x2 for mlibau is the x2 for bacru and the x2 for milxe is ignored/dropped.