Paradigm B: Logical Connectives

no-/-no-/-noinegative affixes
nu-/-nu-conversion (only with u)
c- / -cmark of word & sentence forms
i-mark of sentence forms
k- / -kmark of context-free forms
Contexts: L-Connectives occur in 3 context-specific and 1 context-free form: (1) between terms (i.e., arguments or predicates) where they are unmarked; (2) between words in predicate expressions, where they are marked with c; (3) between sentences, where they are marked with i and c; and (4) in any of these in a form marked by a leading prefix k- (possibly with a suffix of -noi), and with a trailing …ki (or …kinoi).
English Expressions Between

or (inclusive sense) a ca ica kaki
and e ce ice keki
if and only if / means o co ico koki
whether u cu icu nukuki
whether …, … nuu nucu inucu kuki
only if noa noca inoca kanoiki
not … and … noe noce inoce kenoiki
not … means … / or (excl.) noo1 noco inoco nukonoiki
not …, whether … nou nocu inocu nukunoiki
whether …, not … nonuu2 nocnuu inocnuu nuknuunoiki
if anoi canoi icanoi kakinoi
and not enoi cenoi icenoi kekinoi
means not / or (excl.) onoi conoi iconoi kokinoi
whether not unoi3 cunoi icunoi kukinoi
whether …, not nuunoi nucunoi inucunoi kukinoi
not both … and … noanoi nocanoi inocanoi kanoikinoi
neither … nor … noenoi nocenoi inocenoi kekinoi
not … means not … noonoi4 noconoi inoconoi konoikinoi
not …, whether not … nounoi5 nocunoi inocunoi kunoikinoi
whether not …, not … nonuunoi6 nonucunoi inonucunoi kanoikinoi
Note: Any of the Logical Connectives can be suffixed with a combination of Tense Operators, Causal Operators, and Location Operators: for example: efa = ‘and-after’; enukou = ‘and-thus’; evu = ‘and-yonder’; efavu = ‘and-yonder-after’; etc.
1,2,3,4,5,6 The forms on these rows occur only briefly in speech, being transformational products and immediately replaceable by their equivalents as follows:
1. noo by onoi
2. nonuu by nuu
3. unoi by u
4. noonoi by o
5. nounoi by nou
6. nonuunoi by nuunoi