21. Truth functions and corresponding logical connectives

The following table specifies, for each truth function, the most-often used cmavo or compound cmavo which expresses it for each of the six types of logical connective. (Other compound cmavo are often possible: for example, “se.a” means the same as “a”, and could be used instead.)

truth ek jek gihek gek–gik guhek–gik
TTTF .a ja gi'a ga–gi gu'a–gi
TTFT .anai janai gi'anai ga–ginai gu'a–ginai
TTFF .u ju gi'u gu–gi gu'u–gi
TFTT na.a naja nagi'a ganai–gi gu'anai–gi
TFTF se.u seju segi'u segu–gi segu'u–gi
TFFT .o jo gi'o go–gi gu'o–gi
TFFF .e je gi'e ge–gi gu'e–gi
FTTT na.anai najanai nagi'anai ganai–ginai gu'anai–ginai
FTTF .onai jonai gi'onai go–ginai gu'o–ginai
FTFT se.unai sejunai segi'unai segu–ginai segu'u–ginai
FTFF .enai jenai gi'enai ge–ginai gu'e–ginai
FFTT na.u naju nagi'u gunai–gi gu'unai–gi
FFTF na.e naje nagi'e genai–gi gu'enai–gi
FFFT na.enai najenai nagi'enai genai–ginai gu'enai–ginai
Note: Ijeks are exactly the same as the corresponding jeks, except for the prefixed “.i”.