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Definition[edit | edit source]

bridi is the concept of sentences that can be composed by the use of a predicate and several called arguments. It corresponds to the linguistic concept of a clause.

A predicate together with its arguments (called sumti) is a bridi. A bridi's relations are expressed by a brivla.

Example[edit | edit source]

The statement mi prenu (I'm a person) is a bridi where x1 prenu is a brivla and mi is the sumti of the brivla.