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pei [interjection suffix]what is your attitude to it?, how do you feel about it? (asks for the attitude)

au pei mi kansa doDo you want me to accompany you?
pei mi'o zvati lo te salciWhat about going to the party?
Comment: can be used either on its own or as a modifier of interjection.

ja'ai [1st meaning: interjection] — affirms attitude. Used as a modifier of interjection

ui ja'aiYay indeed!
Comment: affirmative/negation pairs are {ja'ai}/{nai}, {ja'a}/{na}, {je'a}/{na'e}, {jo'a}/{na'i}.

nai [1st meaning: interjection] — opposite attitude. Used as a modifier of interjection

ui i ui naiYay! Alas!

ra'o [interjection] — updates meaning from the viewpoint of the current speaker

mi se pluka lo ka penmi do i go'i ra'oI am pleased to meet you. - Me too.

a'a [interjection] — attention | {a'a} {cu'i} — inattentiveness | {a'a} {nai} — avoiding

a'a ko ca'o skicuI'm listening, go on talking!
a'a cu'i ko denpa lo nu mi jai gau mulno fai tiEh, just a second, let me finish this.
do tavla da a'a naiLa, la, la, I'm not listening what you are talking about.
Related words: {jundi}, {rivbi}

a'e [interjection] — alertness | {a'e} {nai} — exhaustion

a'e ba vlile tcimaIt's going to be a storm.
a'e nai mi ba klama lo ckanaYaaaawn, I'm going to bed.
Related words: {sanji}, {cikna}, {tatpi}

a'i [interjection]Oomph! (effort, endeavor) | {a'i} {cu'i} — no special effort | {a'i} {nai} — repose

a'i mi ca'o ralteI'm trying to hold it!
a'i cu'i ti friliAh, this is easy.
a'i nai cikre taNah, why bother fixing it.
Related words: {snada}, {fliba}, {gunka}, {nandu}, {troci}

a'o [interjection] — hope | {a'o} {nai} — Gah! (despair)

a'o vamji fa lo nu zukteI hope, it's worth doing it.
a'o nai mi co'u ponse daGah, I lost all my property.
Related words: {pacna}

a'u [interjection]Hmm... I wonder ... (interest) | {a'u} {cu'i} — Ho-hum (disinterest) | {a'u} {nai} — Eww! Yuck! (repulsion)

a'u ro jbopre cu stati prenuInteresting, all Lojbanists are smart people.
a'u ma krinuHm, what is the reason?
a'u cu'i do ne ka'ai lo nanla cu se zdaniIt's none of my business that you live with a boy.
a'u nai do co'a speni lo fangeYou married a stranger, it's none of my business, I'd avoid this topic.
a'u nai iu nai panci fa lo kalci i ai nai mi citka tiYuck, that smells like shit! I'm not going to eat this.
Related words: {lo} {se} {cinri}

ai [interjection]I'm gonna ... (intent) | {ai} {cu'i} — indecision | {ai} {nai} — unintentionally, accidentally

ai mi vitke doI'm going to visit you.
a'i cu'i mi klama lo zarciI'm indecisive to whether I should go to a shop.
ai nai mi pu darxi doI didn't mean to hit you.
Related words: {te} {mukti}, {zukte}, {cuxna}

au [interjection]Wish ... (desire) | {au} {cu'i} — meh (indifference) | {au} {nai} — Nuh-uh! (disinclination, reluctance)

au e'o tcatiI'd like some tea, please.
au cu'i do jai gau bredi fai lo cidjaYou prepare the food or not ... I don't have any preferences.
au nai do clivaI don't want you to leave.
au mi stali bu'u lo zdani gi'e nai kansa le nakniI'd rather stay at home than come with him.
Related words: {djica}

e'a [interjection]you may, I allow | {e'a} {nai} — prohibiting

e'a do klama lo nenriYou may come in.
zu'e e'a nai fagriNo fire allowed!
e'a nai crepu lo floraYou may not pick the flowers.
Related words: {permite}

e'e [interjection]Come on! (encouragement, instigation, provokation) | {e'e} {nai} — discouragement, demoralization

e'e klama lo zdaniLet's go home.
do e'e co'u denpaC'mon, what are you waiting for?
e'e do jarco lo ka vlipaShow your strength, go for it!
e'e mi kuspe doI'll reach you.
e'e nai mi claxu lo se ditcuSorry, I lack time.
Related words: {kakne}, {certu}

e'i [interjection] — command, instruction, imposing obligation (imperative interjection)

e'i mi clivaI have to leave.
do sanga e'iSing!
e'i do carmi gunkaYou ought to work hard.
Related words: {bapli}, {rinju}

e'o [interjection]please (request) | {e'o} {nai} — offer, grant

e'o mi zganaLet me see.
e'o do dunda le jisra miWill you pass the juice, please?
e'o nai ko lebna lo titlaHere, take some candies.
Related words: {cpedu}, {pikci}

e'u [interjection]Let's (suggestion) | {e'u} {nai} — warning, disadvise

e'u mi'o trociLet's try.
e'u klamaLet's go.
e'u nai do stapa lo crepuYou'd better not step onto the bridge.
e'u do dasni lo kostaYou ought to wear a coat.
Related words: {stidi}, {kajde}

ei [interjection]I should ..., one should ... (obligation) | {ei} {nai} — freedom, how things need not be

ei do ca sipnaYou should be sleeping now.
ei do djunoYou ought to know.
ei nai do mipri lo neiYou needn't hide yourself.
Related words: {bilga}, {zifre}

i'a [interjection]OK (acceptance) | {i'a} {nai} — resistance

i'a mi ba denpaOkay, I will wait.
i'a mi na certuWell, I'm not an expert.
lo danfu i'a nai cu ei drataNo, the solution doesn't satisfy me, it should be different.
Related words: {mansa}, {fapro}, {fi'i}

i'e [interjection]Fine! (approval) | {i'e} {cu'i} — non-approval | {i'e} {nai} — Boo! (disapproval)

i'e do pu gunka lo vajniVery good! You did an important work.
i'e cu'i do pu tsuku ca lo se tcikaWell, okay, you arrived on time.
i'e nai do jai lerciOy, you are late.
Related words: {zanru}

i'i [interjection] — togetherness, comradeship | {i'i} {nai} — antagonistically

i'i do badri doi pendoYou are sad, I know that feeling, bro.
i'i nai mi zukte lo na me do moiIt's your problems, I'm not doing your work.
Related words: {kansa}, {gunma}, {sivni}, {sepli}

i'o [interjection] — appreciation | {i'o} {nai} — envy

i'o do je'a pendoAh, you're a true friend.
i'o nai do ro roi se funca lo zabnaMmm, you are always lucky.
Related words: {ckire}, {jilra}

i'u [interjection] — familiarity | {i'u} {nai} — unfamiliarity, mystery

coi i'uGreetings, old friend.
i'u lo vi plise cu kukteYes, these apples are sweet.
ti i'u nai xotliIt's some hotel.
Related words: {slabu}

ia [interjection] — belief | {ia} {cu'i} — allegedly (skepticism) | {ia} {nai} — Pshaw! (disbelief)

ia draniI believe that's correct.
mi viska lo ponse be ia lo blanu zdaniI see an owner of what I believe to be a blue house.
ia cu'i le prenu cu catraAllegedly, he is the murderer.
ia nai le prenu cu stace miI don't believe, he is frank with me.
Related words: {krici}, {jinvi}

ie [interjection]Yeah! Aye! (agreement) | {ie} {nai} — disagreement

ie la kevin ka'e pu zvati tiYes, Alice could be here.
le danlu cu morsi ie naiNo, I don't agree that the animal is dead.
Related words: {tugni}

ii [interjection]Eek! Yikes! (fear) | {ii} {nai} — safeness

ii da klamaEek, there is someone coming!
ii nai le djacu na ba kuspe mi'oThe water won't reach us.
Related words: {terpa}, {snura}

io [interjection] — respect | {io} {nai} — disrespect

ko io jersi miThis way, Sir!
ko io nai ti klamaGet your asses over here!
Related words: {sinma}

iu [interjection]Aww! Mm! (love) | {iu} {cu'i} — no love lost | {iu} {nai} — hatred

da'i mi staliI'd love to stay.
do iu nai na pu sidju miYou didn't help me, hate you!
cakla iu naiI hate chocolate.
Related words: {prami}

o'a [interjection] — pride | {o'a} {cu'i} — modesty/humility | {o'a} {nai} — what a shame!

o'a ca ti mi kakne lo ka limnaNow I am able to swim.
mi pu bilga o'a cu'i i fe bo mi sidjuIt was just my duty, so I helped.
o'a nai la alis nu'o brediWhat a shame, Alice is not ready yet.
o'a nai se'i mi pu mrilu fi lo na draniOops, I mailed to a wrong address.
Related words: {jgira}, {cumla}, {ckeji}

o'e [interjection] — intimacy, closeness, rapport | {o'e} {nai} — distance

o'e mi do ba kansa lo ka vitke lo mikceI'll go with you to see the doctor.
o'e nai doi dirba mi na djunoDear, I don't know.
o'e nai mi pensiLeave me alone, I'm thinking.
Related words: {kansa}

o'i [interjection]Whoa! (caution) | {o'i} {nai} — rashness, recklessness

o'i lo karce ca craneBe careful, a car ahead!
o'i nai guntaGo ahead, attack!
Related words: {kajde}, {ckape}

o'o [interjection]Patience! | {o'o} {cu'i} — mere tolerance | {o'o} {nai} — impatience, intolerance

o'o ko za'u re'u trociPatience, try again!
o'o cu'i ma pu mukti fi doOk, what was your motive to do it?
o'o nai lo mamta ca zvati maWhere is the mother after all?
Related words: {fengu}, {steba}, {denpa}

o'u [interjection]Phew! (relaxation) | {o'u} {cu'i} — composure, balance, sobriety, phlegm | {o'u} {nai} — stress, anxiety

o'u ba'o vlile tcimaPhew, the storm is over.
o'u cu'i mi pu tinbe lo se flaluI followed the law.
o'u nai lo mi bersa za'o na volveMy son is still not back.
Related words: {surla}, {dunku}

oi [interjection]Darn! Ouch! Hmph (complaint) | {oi} {nai} — pleasure

mi tuple oiOuch, my leg!
oi nai vifne djacuFresh water, how nice.
Related words: {pante}, {pluka}, {kufra}

u'a [interjection] — gain | {u'a} {nai} — loss

u'a sinxa lo nu mi pu draniAha, that's a sign that I was right.
u'a nai la rob pu zabna gerkuSnif, Rob was a good dog.
Related words: {jinga}, {cnemu}, {prali}, {cirko}

u'e [interjection]Ooh! (wonder) | {u'e} {nai} — Pff! (commonplace)

u'e le lalxu cu je'a melbiWow, the lake is really beautiful.
u'e nai lalxuSo what? It's just a lake.
u'e lo za'u vi jbari cu je'a kukteWow, these berries are indeed tasty.
Related words: {marvele}, {fadni}

u'i [interjection]Ha-ha! (amusement) | {u'i} {nai} — Blah (weariness)

u'i lo mlatu cu troci lo ka kavbu lo rebla be vo'aHa-ha, a cat is trying to capture its tail.
u'i nai mi pu tirna lo do xajmi lisriBoring, I heard your funny story.
Related words: {se} {zdile}, {se} {xajmi}, {xalbo}

u'o [interjection] — courage, boldness | {u'o} {cu'i} — timidity, shyness | {u'o} {nai} — cowardice

u'o mi do ba jai gau snuraI'm coming to your rescue!
u'o cu'i xu mi zifre lo ka staliErm, may I stay here?
u'o nai mi na klama lo nenriOh no, I'm not going to enter.
Related words: {virnu}

u'u [interjection]Sorry! (repentance)

u'u mi pu sreraSorry, I made a mistake.
Related words: {xenru}, {zungi}

ua [interjection]Aha! Eureka! I get it! (discovery) | {ua} {nai} — Duh! I don't get it! (confusion, searching)

ua nai ma smuni lo se cusku be doHuh, what's the meaning of your words?
ua le penbi cu nenri le tanxeOh, the pen is inside the box.
Related words: {facki}, {cfipu}, {sisku}

ue [interjection]Dear me! Yow! Hey?! Wow! (surprise) | {ue} {cu'i} — not really surprised | {ue} {nai} — expectation

ue do xa'o zvati tiHey, you are already here!
ue cu'i do ca'o sipnaWell, no surprises, you are still sleeping.
ue nai ro da cu praneEverything is perfect, just as I expected.
Related words: {spaji}

ui [interjection]Whee! Yay! Hooray! Yippie! Yahoo! (happiness) | {ui} {nai} — Alas! (unhappiness)

ui mi pu penmi le fetsi zu'e miYay, I had a meeting with her.
ui nai mi flibaAlas, I failed.
Related words: {gleki}, {fu'au}

uo [interjection]Voila! (completion) | {uo} {nai} — incompleteness

uo mi facki lo danfuVoila, I found a solution!
uo nai do tu na ru'e darxiOh, you almost hit it.
Related words: {mulno}, {mansa}, {fanmo}, {snada}

uu [interjection]Oh dear! Poor thing! (pity, compassion) | {uu} {nai} — Mwa ha ha! (cruelty)

uu a'o do ba jinga ca lo drataOh you poor thing, I hope you will win another time.
uu nai do ba me lo selfu be miMwa ha ha, you will be my slave!
Comment: in English the word pity is often connected with the feeling of superiority which would be {uu} {ga'i} — pity combined with a sense of superiority, or {uu} {vu'e} — pity combined with a sense of virtue.

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Related words: {kecti}

ba'a [interjection]I expect | {ba'a} {cu'i} — I experience | {ba'a} {nai} — I remember

ba'a lo mi mamta ca zvati le zdaniI expect my mother to be at home now.
ba'a le mi pendo pu jingaI expect my friend to have won.
ba'a cu'i lo se klani be lo sovda cu lacri lo tcika lo nu lo jipci cu jai gau cfariIn my experience, the number of eggs depends on when a hen starts.
ba'a nai do na nelci lo laldo prenuAs I remember, you don't like old people.
Comment: {ba'a} might refer to past events, which you simply don't have information about yet. {ba'a} marks not yet known, {ba'a} {cu'i} marks knowledge being acquired at the moment of speaking, {ba'a} {nai} marks already acquired knowledge.
Related words: {lifri}, {vedli}, {kanpe}

ca'e [interjection]I define

ca'e do zutse vaYou sit there!
ca'e do klama ka'ai miYou go with me!
ca'e lo se gunka cu mulnoThe work is hereby done.
ca'e gusniLet there be light!
Related words: {jetnu}

ja'o [interjection]I conclude

ja'o do merkoThen, you must be an American.
ja'o do na nelci lo birjeSo, you don't like beer.
Related words: {nibli}

ju'a [interjection]I state (non-specified source of information)

ju'a ro da cu se senpi eiEverything should be doubted, I say.
Related words: {xusra}

ka'u [interjection]I know by cultural means (myth, custom)

ka'u so'a prenu cu xebni daWe know that most people hate something.
Related words: {kulnu}

pe'i [interjection]In my opinion. I think

pe'i do draniI think you are right.
pe'i vamji fa lo nu retskuI think it's worth asking.
Comment: for thinking (musing upon something) use {pensi}.
Related words: {jinvi}

ru'a [interjection]I postulate, I presume

ru'a mi milxe lo ka bilmaI presume, I am a bit ill.
Related words: {sruma}

se'o [interjection]I know from a dream, vision, or personal revelation

se'o do ba snadaI have a feeling you will succeed.
Comment: {za'a} is for expressing external experience, {se'o} is for expressing internal experience.
Related words: {senva}

si'au [interjection]It seems

si'au le fetsi cu xebni doIt seems, she hates you.
si'au le ctuca pu co'u pacnaIt seems, the teacher was disappointed.

su'a [interjection]I generalize | {su'a} {nai} — in particular

lo speni be mi bei fa la alis cu xebni lo birje i je su'a ro ninmu cu xebni lo birjeAlice, which is my wife, hates beer.
mi nelci lo ninmu y ju'e su'a nai la alisAnd that shows that all women hate it. I like women ... Alice in particular.

ti'e [interjection]I hear (hearsay)

ti'e ba carviThey say it will rain.
ti'e le prenu cu zabna mikceShe is said to be a good doctor.
Related words: {tirna}, {sitna}, {tcidu}

za'a [interjection]I observe

oi nai za'a melbi tcimaOh, what a nice weather.
za'a lo aftobuso cu jai lerciApparently, the bus is late.
za'a cladu bu'u lo bartuI can hear the loud sound outside.
ja'o carmi carviSo it must be raining heavily.
Comment: {za'a} is for expressing external experience, {se'o} is for expressing internal experience.
Related words: {zgana}, {lanli}

ba'u [interjection] — exaggeration | {ba'u} {cu'i} — to be precise, literally | {ba'u} {nai} — to put it mildly (understatement)

do no ba'u roi jimpe fi miYou never understand me.
le pa tadni pu no ba'u cu'i roi jimpe lo ve ciksi be fo miThe student literally never understood my explanations.
le terdi cu barda ba'u naiThe Earth is big, to put it mildly.
Related words: {satci}, {zildukse}

da'i [interjection]supposing | {da'i} {nai} — in fact

da'i mi ricfuI could be rich.
da'i nai mi se zdani lo dapluI do live on an island.
Related words: {se} {xanri}, {sruma}

do'a [interjection]generously, broadly construed | {do'a} {nai} — at least (parsimoniously)

do'a mi do ka'e ctuca lo se jminaI could teach you some additional things.
do'a nai do no da zekri lebnaAt least you didn't steal anything.
a'o mi te dunda lo kargu karce a ke do'a nai lo karce poi na spofuHopefully, I'll be given an expensive car or at least one that isn't broken.
Related words: {sa'e} {nai}

fu'au [interjection]luckily | {fu'au} {nai} — unluckily

fu'au mi se permite fi lo ka dasni lo tordu skaciLuckily, I'm allowed to wear a short skirt.
do ca zvati lo zdani fu'au daiYou are now at home, lucky you.
fu'au nai lo vi dacti na mutce da'i lo ka plixauUnluckily, this thing wouldn't be of big help.
fu'au nai no da pu ganse lo nu le ninmu ba'o kansa mi'aUnluckily, no one noticed that she was no longer with us.
Related words: {zabna}, {funca}, {ui}, {di'ai}

je'u [interjection]truly, yes | {je'u} {nai} — no (false)

je'u do stati prenuTruly, you are a smart person.
lo je'u nai purdi cu se ponse lo za'u cizra prenuThis "garden" (which is in fact not a garden) is owed by some weird people.
xu do kansa mi'a i je'u naiAre you with us? No.
Related words: {jetnu}

ke'u [interjection]I repeat, as I already said | {ke'u} {nai} — furthermore, what is more (continuing)

ke'u mi na tugni doI repeat, I don't agree with you.
ke'u nai mi se zdani na ku lo tcaduFurthermore, I live not in a city.
Related words: {basna}, {krefu}, {rapli}

la'a [interjection]probably | {la'a} {nai} — improbably

la'a ti traji lo ka misnoProbably, this is the most popular one.
la'a ru'e ve ciksiProbably, it's the explanation.
la'a nai la kevin ka'e jai gau birti fai la alisIt's improbable that Kevin can convince Alice.
la'a le nakni ba zi mo'u zukteHe ought to finish soon.
Related words: {lakne}

li'a [interjection]clearly, of course | {li'a} {nai} — obscurely

li'a do xankaYou are clearly worried.
li'a no da poi te ckini be la alis bei la kevin pu na draniClearly, nothing in their relations was amiss.
li'a mi pu no roi vitke lo dzipo tumlaOf course, I have never been to Antarctica.
li'a nai lo tcima cu funca le solriWeather depends on the sun, I see, but it's complicated.
Related words: {klina}

mu'a [interjection]for example

mi nelci lo danlu noi mu'a du lo gerku e lo mlatuI like animals like, for example, dogs and cats.
Related words: {mupli}

pa'e [interjection]Speaking impartially | {pa'e} {nai} — prejudice

pa'e le stasu cu xlaliIn my unbiased opinion, the soup is terrible.
pa'e nai lo za'u vi pixra poi mi finti cu te rai xamguOf course, I'm biased, but my paintings are the best.
Related words: {vrude}, {nutli}, {pajni}

ra'u [interjection]primarily, mainly (in importance) | {ra'u} {cu'i} — equally (in importance) | {ra'u} {nai} — incidentally (low in importance)

ra'u ko tolxanka denpaAbove all, be patient.
ei mi gunka i je ra'u cu'i ei mi surlaI need to work. But with equal importance I need to relax.
ra'u nai mi na se spajiIncidentally, I'm not surprised.
Related words: {ralju}, {vajni}

sa'e [interjection]precisely speaking | {sa'e} {nai} — loosely speaking

mi ca zvati lo centero be le tcaduTo be precise, I'm in the center of the city.
lo arxokuna cu mabru sa'e naiRaccoons are mammals, roughly speaking.
Related words: {satci}, {jibni}

sa'u [interjection]simply | {sa'u} {nai} — elaborating

mi lo zabna pu se funca sa'uI was just lucky.
do zukte maWhat are you doing?
mi ca tcidu sa'uI'm just reading.
do tcidu ma sa'u nai daiWhat are you reading, please, elaborate.
sa'u nai mi pu penmi lo ninmu noi mi pu tadni ka'ai ke'aTo add details, I met a woman who I had studied with.
Related words: {sampu}, {pluja}

ta'o [interjection]by the way | {ta'o} {nai} — returning to main point

ta'o do nanca maBy the way, how old are you?
ta'o nai mi platu lo ka vitke la moskov de'i li jy dy reBack to the point, I'm planning to visit Moscow on Tuesday.
Related words: {ni'o}, {vajni}

to'u [interjection]in short | {to'u} {nai} — in detail

to'u mi na djuno lo danfuIn short, I don't know the answer.
to'u nai mi cliva ca lo lamji vanciIn detail, I leave this evening.
Related words: {tordu}, {clani}, {tcidu}

va'i [interjection]in other words

mi ponse so'u jdiniI have little money.
va'i mi pindiIn other words, I'm poor.
Related words: {cusku}, {te} {smuni}

zu'u [interjection]on the one hand | {zu'u} {nai} — on the other hand

zu'u le jufra cu satci lo ka se smuniOn the one hand, the sentence is exact in meaning.
zu'u nai du'e va'e claniOn the other hand, it is too long.
Related words: {tcemi}, {frica}, {dukti}

bi'u [interjection] — newly introduced information | {bi'u} {nai} — previously introduced information

lo bi'u nai nixli pu klama lo panka i bi'u le nixli ca tavla lo nanla bu'u le pankaThat girl (mentioned earlier), she went to a park. What is new is that she is talking to a boy there.
Comment: the situation may be not new but that the noun marked with {bi'u} appears in it is new. {bi'u} introduces new objects, events facts, not just rephrases earlier facts..
Related words: {cnino}

jo'a [interjection] — the clause can make sense in meaning (metalinguistic affirmer)

lu xu le prenu noi sanli ne'a lo va dinju cu ninmu li'u lu jo'a i mi na djuno li'u"Is the person standing near that building a woman?" "Good question! I don't know! (there is a person standing near the building, the question of whether it's a woman is applicable)."
Comment: {na'i} is metalinguistic negation.
Related words: {drani}

kau [interjection] — marks word as an indirect question

mi djuno lo du'u ma kau darxi ba'e la alisI know who hit Alice (not someone else).
mi pu na birti lo nu xo kau prenu cu zvatiI wasn't sure how many people were present.

li'o [interjection]and so on (omitted text)

la kevin cu pa moi i la edvard cu re moi i li'oKevin is the first. Eduard is the second, and so on.

na'i [interjection] — the clause doesn't make sense (metalinguistic negator)

ca ma do pu te vecnu lo ractu i le ractu na'iWhen did you buy a rabbit? I didn't buy a rabbit.
i do jinvi ma lo pelmeni i na'i i mi na se slabu zo pelmeniWhat do you think of pelmeni? Nothing, I don’t know this word.
Related words: {na} {drani}

pau [interjection] — optional question marker | {pau} {nai} — marks the question as a rhetorical one

pau do retsku lo se du'u ma krinu lo nu balvi vau ji lo nu pilnoYou are asking of what is the reason for something happening in the future, and/or in usage. What is that reason, and is it for something happening in the future, a usage, or both?
lo prenu cu bebna ki'u ma pau naiWhy people are so stupid?
Comment: {pau} marks the question as non-rhetorical, in other words, the one that is expected to be answered. {pau} may be used for expressing symbol "¿" in Spanish.
Related words: {retsku}

ji'a [interjection]additionally, too

mi ji'a je'a nelciI like it too.
lo xagji cribe cu citka fe ji'a sai lo insektoA hungry bear will eat even insects.
Comment: {ji'a} means 'additionally', {si'a} means 'similarly' implying that there is another salient difference.
Related words: {jmina}

ku'i [interjection]however, but, in contrast | {ku'i} {nai} — in line

i ku'i mi na ralte lo jdiniHowever, I don't have money.
le fetsi pu ku tatpi gi'e ku'i nai co'a sipnaShe was tired and in line with that she fell asleep.
Comment: {ku'i} {nai} is used to draw conclusions in accordance with those statements which were said previously.
Related words: {frica}, {dukti}, {na} {panra}

mi'u [interjection]ditto (the same thing) — another one

mi pu zukte ra mi'uI did the same thing.
mi pu lebna lo cukta gi'e dunda lo cukta mi'u nai la alisI took a book and gave another one to Alice.
Related words: {mintu}, {bi'u} {nai}, {le}, {ri}, {ra}

po'o [interjection]uniquely, only, solely (the only relevant case) | {po'o} {cu'i} — for one (not excluding other) | {po'o} {nai} — among others

i lo troci ku po'o snada i je ku'i lo troci po'o cu flibaOnly the one who tries, succeeds, and the one who only tries, fails.
po'o mi na kansa le fetsiThe only thing is, I'm not with her.
mi pu te vecnu ke po'o lo jisraI bought only some juice.
mi na zanru lo ve sfasa noi po'o cu'i zekriI don't approve of punishments which, for one, are a crime.
mi pu te vecnu ke po'o nai lo titlaI bought candies among other things.
Related words: {pa} {mei}, {mulno}, {te} {panra}

si'a [interjection]similarly | {si'a} {nai} — not similarly

mi si'a pu vitke le tcadu i sa'u go'i ca lo drata nancaI also visited the city (just in another year).
mi nelci lo finpe si'a naiBut i like fish.
Comment: {ji'a} means additionally, {si'a} means similarly implying that there is another salient difference.
Related words: {simsa}, {panra}

re'e [interjection suffix] — religious/worship/supernatural attribute | {re'e} {cu'i} — secular attribute | {re'e} {nai} — sacrilegious attribute

ko na cliva mi doi crida iu re'eDon't leave me, oh my beloved fairy!
do io nai re'e nai se lijda lo mablaYay, you built a temple (well, no religious feelings here)!
ui re'e cu'i do'o pu zbasu lo malsiYou belong to a shitty religion, no respect to you in this!
Comment: used without an attitudinal to indicate focus of the speaker.
Related words: {lijda}

ro'a [interjection suffix] — interacting socially (communication, customs) | {ro'a} {cu'i} — not focused towards interacting socially | {ro'a} {nai} — focused away from interacting socially

oi ro'a ca ti mi se cfipuAwkward. I'm confused.
ui ro'a cu'i mi cikre lo mi skamiI'm just puttering here by myself, fixing my computer.
ui nai ro'a no da zvati tiI feel so lonely, nobody is here.
Comment: used without an attitudinal to indicate focus of the speaker.
Related words: {jikca}

ro'e [interjection suffix] — thinking/intellectual aspect | {ro'e} {cu'i} — not focused towards contemplating | {ro'e} {nai} — mindless action

ui ro'e mi morjiYay, I remember!
a'i ro'e cu'i mi ba zukteI will do it not putting much intellectual effort.
do marvele iu ro'e naiThere is no logic in it, you are just wonderful.
Comment: used without an interjection to indicate focus of the speaker.
Related words: {menli}

ro'i [interjection suffix] — emotionally | {ro'i} {cu'i} — non-emotionally | {ro'i} {nai} — denying emotions

ui ro'i sai mi'a jingaI'm just overwhelmed with emotions, we won!!
do mo ro'iHow do you feel?
ui ro'i cu'i mi kanroFeelings apart, I'm healthy.
ui ro'i nai do snadaNo rejoicing from me, you won.
Related words: {cinmo}

ro'o [interjection suffix] — being restricted to physical body | {ro'o} {cu'i} — not oriented towards physical experience | {ro'o} {nai} — denying physical experience

oi nai ro'o kukteYum, yum, it's tasty.
ii ro'o cu'i ka'e karguI'm afraid it can be expensive.
ii ro'o nai mi na drani punji le tanxeNo, not that it requires physical work, but I'm afraid I might not put the box correctly.
Comment: used without an attitudinal to indicate focus of the speaker.
Related words: {xadni}

ro'u [interjection suffix] — sexually | {ro'u} {nai} — sexual abstinence

iu ro'u doi nanlaBoy, you are hot, I love you.
do melbi iu ro'o cu'iYou are pretty, not that I love you in sexual sense.
do mi kansa ui ro'u nai doi pendoYay, you are with me, my buddy.
Comment: used without an attitudinal to indicate focus of the speaker.
Related words: {seksi}

be'u [interjection suffix] — lack/need | {be'u} {cu'i} — presence/satisfaction | {be'u} {nai} — satiation

u'i be'u ko skicu lo drata lisriHehe, not that funny, tell me another story.
ui be'u cu'i do bevri re verba mlatu noi mi pu djicaYay, you brought the two kittens whom I wanted.
u'i be'u nai ba'a mi ca farlu lo loldiHa-ha-ha, so funny, I can't laugh anymore, I might fall down to the floor now.
Related words: {claxu}, {nitcu}, {mansa}

dai [interjection suffix] — marks empathetic use of interjection, shows another's feelings

oi ro'o dai tuple doi le cifnuI know it hurts, baby!
do jinga ui daiYou won, yay you!
ui nai dai lo do gerku co'a morsiYou must be sad, your dog died.
Related words: {kansa}

fu'i [interjection suffix] — the state has been achieved easily | {fu'i} {nai} — state has been achieved hard

e'e fu'i mi cpare le cmanaI can easily climb the mountain, I can go for it!
ui fu'i nai mi tsuku lo korbi be le tcaduYay, that was hard but now I'm at the edge of the city.
Related words: {frili}

ga'i [interjection] — expressing hauteur | {ga'i} {cu'i} — expressing equal rank | {ga'i} {nai} — meekness (used with one of lower rank)

do nitcu ma doi pikci ga'iWhat do you need, you beggar?
mi ro do ga'i cu'i tavlaI'm talking to you, my peers.
e'o doi turni ko sidju mi'a ga'i nai saiPlease, governor, help us, worthless people.
Related words: {gapru}, {cnita}

ju'o [interjection]I'm sure (certainty) | {ju'o} {cu'i} — maybe, perhaps (uncertainty) | {ju'o} {nai} — I have no idea! (lack of certainty)

ju'o do pu pensi daYou must have thought of something.
ju'o cu'i le nakni cu zukte xau le fetsiMaybe, he is doing it for her, I'm not sure.
ju'o nai xu lo tai valsi cu se pilnoAre such words used? I have no idea!
Related words: {birti}, {cumki}

le'o [interjection]Grr! (aggression) | {le'o} {cu'i} — expressing passive (non-agressive) emotion | {le'o} {nai} — expressing defensive emotion

le'o ro ko tinbe fi miEverybody follow my orders!
le'o cu'i sa'u mi pu retsku zo'ei lo se klani be lo nu do kanroHey, I just asked you about your health.
le'o nai mi jimpe lo du'u ei mi zutse tiOkay, okay, I understand that I have to sit here.
Related words: {gunta}, {bandu}

ri'e [interjection suffix] — expressing release of attitude | {ri'e} {nai} — expressing restraint of attitude

oi ri'e mi cirko lo mi ckikuAh, I lost my keys.
oi ri'e nai cortuMmm, it hurts.
Related words: {rinju}

se'a [interjection suffix] — self-sufficiency | {se'a} {nai} — dependency

fa se'a le verba pu kelciThe child played by himself.
fa se'a nai le cifnu cu cadzuThe infant walks but not by himself.
Related words: {lacri}

se'i [interjection suffix] — interjection is self-oriented | {se'i} {nai} — interjection is oriented towards others

oi se'i mi pu sreraOh, I made a mistake.
oi se'i nai da spofu botpi bu'u lo loldiSomeone would be discontented, there is a broken bottle on the floor.
Related words: {drata}

vu'e [interjection] — expressing virtue | {vu'e} {nai} — expressing sin

ie vu'e sarcu fa lo nu le tcadu cu se daspoIt's my virtue, I agree that the city should be destroyed.
mi djica vu'e nai lo nu do na clivaMy sin, I don't want you to leave.
ui vu'e nai mi pu citka lo titla poi mi pu zekri lebnaYay, I ate a candy that I had stolen.
Related words: {vrude}, {zungi}

xo'o [interjection suffix] — verbal irony | {xo'o} {nai} — sincerely

je'u xo'o do ne se mau djunoYes, of course, you know better (sarcastically)!
xo'o nai sai do pu rau va'e gunkaWith full sincerity, I can tell you that you worked enough.
Comment: For {xo'o} the intended meaning is the opposite of that expressed by the words used, in {xo'o} {nai} it explicitely marks the intended meaning as matching the words. Sarcasm isn't necessarily implied.

zo'o [interjection suffix]Kidding... (humorously) | {zo'o} {cu'i} — that might be either serious or a joke | {zo'o} {nai} — seriously

zo'o peiAre you kidding?
e'u zo'o renro la kevin lo vi kevnaLet's throw Kevin into this hole (kidding ...).
mi kakne lo ka plipe fi lo ve'i cmana vau zo'o cu'iI might be able to jump from the hill.
zo'o nai do fanzaSeriously, you are annoying.
Related words: {xajmi}, {junri}

ge'e [interjection] — attitude unspecified or known from context

ge'e lo mi mlatu mo'u se jbena pa no daWell, my cat has given birth to ten kittens.

ki'a [interjection question]Huh? (confusion about something said) | {ki'a} {nai} — I understand (understanding about something said)

lu mi pu te vecnu lo granate li'u lu granate ki'a li'u"I bought granate." "Huh, granate?"
lu sa'u le verba cu mutce lo ka tatpi li'u lu ki'a nai li'u"The child is just very tired." "I understand."
Related words: {cfipu}, {kucli}

ko'oi [interjection] — imperative

do o nai ko'oi mi co'a morsiEither you or I die!
ko'oi mi'o klamaLet's go!
le prenu ko'oi cu citka le gruteLet him eat the fruit!
lo ko'oi se platu be do cu te snadaLet your plan be successful!
Comment: hortative. {ko} is a short form of {do} {ko'oi}. {ko'oi} is a broader term than {au}, {a'o}, {e'o}, {e'u}, {e'a}, {e'i}, {ei}.
Related words: {minde}, {cpedu}, {permite}, {pacna}, {stidi}, {djica}, {bilga}

xu [interjection] — true-false question | {xu} {nai} — false-true question

xu do pu djunoDid you know?
xu nai do pu djunoDidn't you know?

bu'o [interjection suffix] — shows the start of emotion | {bu'o} {cu'i} — shows the continuation of emotion | {bu'o} {nai} — shows the end of emotion

za'o ku do tsuku ui bu'oAt last you arrived, and I'm happy now!
ua nai bu'o cu'i la alis cu simsa fi lo ka na zvatiWhat's going on, Alice is also not present.
u'i bu'o nai mi di'a gunkaEnough laughing, I'm back to work.