Loglan/The Power of Little Words/Logical Operators and Connections/no

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The Inverse Operator[edit | edit source]

no[edit | edit source]

We use the little word no to invert or negate a relationship. I can mean slightly different things depending exactly where it appears in a sentence.

Examples[edit | edit source]

  • no, mi vizka tu - It is not the case that I see you (no relationship between you and me)
  • mi no vizka tu - I don't see you (but there is a relationship between you and me but its not seeing. I could hear you instead, for example)
  • mi vizka no tu - I don't see you (I see something but its not you)