Cumene vs Cmene - What's the difference?

cumene | cmene |


As nouns the difference between cumene and cmene

is that cumene is cumene while cmene is (lojban grammar) a proper name, or proper noun, respelled according to lojban rules; reckoned as a part of speech separate from brivla (content words) and cmavo (function words).

cumene

English

Noun

(wikipedia cumene) (-)
  • (organic compound) The aromatic hydrocarbon isopropyl benzene present in petroleum
  • Synonyms

    * (1-methylethyl)benzene (IUPAC name) * isopropylbenzene * 2-phenylpropane

    cmene

    English

    (Lojban grammar)

    Noun

    (cmene)
  • (Lojban grammar) A proper name, or proper noun, respelled according to Lojban rules; reckoned as a part of speech separate from brivla (content words) and cmavo (function words).
  • Cmene are always written with a period at the end, and if they start with a vowel then also with a period at the beginning.
  • * 1997 , John W. Cowan, The Complete Lojban Language ISBN 0966028309 [http://www.lojban.org/tiki/tiki-download_wiki_attachment.php?attId=194]:
  • These minor restrictions are due to the fact that all Lojban cmene' embedded in a speech stream will be preceded by one of these words or by a pause. With one of these words embedded, the '''cmene''' might break up into valid Lojban words followed by a shorter ' cmene .
  • * Chris Double, [http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.double.co.nz/lojban/:
  • I removed from the frequency list all cmene and unknown lujvo and cmavo.
  • * 2005 , Xah Lee, Learn Lojban Fast [http://www.xahlee.org/lojban/lojban_cilre.html]
  • cmene always end with a consonant followed by a mandatory pause (a period). No other Lojban word ends with a consonant.

    Coordinate terms

    * brivla * cmavo

    See also

    * fu'ivla ----