bridi (plural bridi)
- (Lojban grammar) The simplest kind of Lojban sentence, consisting of a selbri and some sumti, which fill in places in the selbri's "place structure". (More complex sentences can be formed by combining two or more bridi with conjunctions.)
In Lojbanized spelling.
- Chinese: binsi — 賓詞/宾词 (bīncí)
- English: predakit — predicate
- Hindi: videi — विधेय (vidheya)
- Spanish: predikad — predicado
- Russian: pridikat — предикат (predikat)
bridi (rafsi bri)
- (grammar) predicative sentence, predicate relationship, predication; x1 is a predicative sentence with selbri (“predicate/relation”) x2 and sumti (“arguments”) x3
- A bridi (“sentence/predication”) is basically the Lojban equivalent of a simple sentence (atomic formula). It corresponds to what in predicate calculus would be a predicate whose parameters are filled in with arguments, turning it into a proposition/predication.