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From the context I can discern that this word is a verb, but I would not be able to tell what its conjugation is. Typically, verbs are given in their infinitive form, but the translations given are not and they not not seem to even be in the same conjugation. It leaves me somewhat "cfipued" :-) Eclecticology 23:00 Dec 29, 2002 (UTC)

Lojban has neither verbs per se, nor conjugation. The translations (glosses, really) should probably be changed to use the standard dictionary form. For that matter, are the glosses even right? My impression is that the Romance words mean more like "I confused the ketchup with the mustard" than "these child-proof caps confuse me so". --Brion 00:03 Dec 30, 2002 (UTC)

Capital "L"[edit]

The article "lojban" redirects there, but in my opinion it would be better if "lojban" (without capital L) had its own article (it's the name of the language in the language itself)

I've created lojban as a Proper noun entry, although from memory Lojban probably calls it some different part of speech - though we've never solved this problem directly. Conrad.Irwin 19:35, 31 May 2008 (UTC)
For anyone curious, the Lojban part of speech for la lojban. ("Lojban", in Lojban) would be cmene. Chrishy 04:49, 25 December 2009 (UTC)