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The older customary term for [[seljvajvo|seljvajvo]]. Literally ''regular lujvo'': '''dikni''' refers to regular recurrence, not rule-boundedness.
  
The older customary term for [[seljvajvo|seljvajvo]]. When initially championed by [[User:Jim Carter|Jim Carter]], they were described using the poor [[tanru|tanru]] typical of the time (and some would suggest, since, as well). ('regular lujvo': ''dikni'' refers to regular recurrence, not rule-boundedness.) The proper Lojban for 'regular lujvo' is ''seljvajvo'', but ''dikyjvo'' has stuck in English-language discourse.
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When initially championed by [[User:Jim Carter|Jim Carter]], they were described using the poor [[tanru|tanru]] typical of the time (and some would suggest, since, as well). Although '''seljvajvo''' is the proper Lojbanic term for ''regular lujvo'', '''dikyjvo''' was long used instead in English-language discourses.

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The older customary term for seljvajvo. Literally regular lujvo: dikni refers to regular recurrence, not rule-boundedness.

When initially championed by Jim Carter, they were described using the poor tanru typical of the time (and some would suggest, since, as well). Although seljvajvo is the proper Lojbanic term for regular lujvo, dikyjvo was long used instead in English-language discourses.