This page confuses me greatly.
This page explains that a cmene is:
Any word used in Lojban as a name.
However, in jbovlaste, we have:
In Lojban, a cmevla may only consist of a single word, whereas a cmene can consist of one or multiple words, which may be cmevla.
If jbovlaste is correct, shouldn't a cmene be one or more words used in Lojban as a name? So in la .fuz. .kat. .feis. we have a cmene consisting of three cmevla. And in la mapra mlatu flira, we also have a cmene consisting of one selbri, which consists of three gismu.
It seems that camxes allows a string of cmevla, or (.onai) a selbri. So maybe this is better said:
Any selbri, or one or more cmevla, used in Lojban as a name.
The page goes on to say:
cmene in Lojban involve LA followed by either CMENE or selbri.
So then cmene is not a word or string of words but a grammatical class like sumti? I think this might be better said as:
cmene in Lojban are converted to sumti by using LA.
Is there a selma'o CMENE? It seems the conclusion is no. If so, mention of it should be removed.