akesi ala = soweli, or de-monsterification. No space for pi.
alasa ale anpa = bottom all hunt. Vacuuming up all the fish on the sea floor?
alasa pi ale anpa = universal-bottom hunt. A package travel to Australia to hunt each soweli and akesi?
ante awen esun ijo = thingy - mercantile - permanent difference. Long term changes in retail inventory.
ante pi awen esun ijo = difference of thingy -retail - permanence. Year over last changes in retail inventory.
ante awen pi esun ijo = permenant difference of thingy-store. Retail conversion. (e.g. converting a retail store to a gas station)
ike ilo insa jaki jan = human filthy inner instrumental evil. Handy guts. Maybe the sort that a zombie might fling at you if a zombie was in a zoo and you were mocking him.
ike pi ilo insa jaki jan = human filthy inner tools of evil. Handy guts.
ike ilo pi insa jaki jan = useful evil-stuff of human, filthy insides. Handy guts.
ike ilo pi insa pi jaki jan = ?? I don't grok double "pi" phrases.
jelo jo kala kalama kama kasi ken kepeken kili kipisi =
This is a yellow color.
It is a foundational, fruity, useful, very, vegetative, progressive, noisy, fishy, possessable color.
Oh my. No matter where you put the "pi", it seems to still be a color. I will have to defer to someone with synesthesia to explain it.
Function words in noun-phrases. The usage of primarily "function" words in word phrases makes it much harder to guess what the meaning could be. "Function" words with "content" polysemy are just as bad because there are two radically different ways of parsing (pi phrase or prepositional phrase).
In particular: kepeken, insa, anpa (prepositions and semi-prepositions)
jo, kama (vergs and auxiliary verbs)