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See also: lee, Lee, leé, and l'ee



le'e (rafsi lem) (article)

  1. (LRG) the stereotypical [1] (at least from the speaker's perspective)
  2. (BPFK) If selbri S is turned by le'e into sumti X, and if sumti X is itself an argument of bridi B, then the referents of X which the speaker has in mind would also typically/usually satisfy the predication signified by bridi B. [2]

Usage notes[edit]

  • The elidable terminator for a phrase begun with le'e is ku.
  • For this word, there probably is not much practical difference between the LRG and the BPFK definitions.

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