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[jbovlaste] Re: Terminology usage of words

On 5/13/06, Pierre Abbat <phma@phma.optus.nu> wrote:

If you use a brivla in a special terminological sense, the place structure
must carry over, else the word becomes polysemous, which is not allowed for
brivla. So if a pawn is a sonci, it's a soldier in some army. Which it is;
the white pawn is a soldier in the army consisting of all white chessmen. But
the bishop and the knight are not elephants or horses of any species.

Maybe two of them are of the "White" species, and two of
the "Black" species?

Or maybe better they are of the "chess" species. If teddy bears can
be cribe, as CLL claims, then it would seem that chess horses can be

mu'o mi'e xorxes