А есть еще способ:
remark: suno = sun = (astrologically: sun, heart, glory, light...)
слезы -- жидкость для глаз ... telo oko (liquid for eye)
слюна -- жидкость для рта ... telo uta (liquid for mouth
But I think you general point (as I understand it) is too narrow
Intuition is important. I like it and use it, even for cases like this: 2+2=... and then figure out how it works... Sometimes, it helps me to find out very interesting results. Almost each scientific breakthrough has the intuitive approach in its base. Though, we can receive the best, using both ways: logic and intuition. So, I propose do not oppose "mU-logic" and "pu-intuition". They can work together as well as anyone can figure out. In my opinion, "poly-semantics of pu" and "proto-semantics of mU" are the best friends.Rather, we hit upon an expression and then figure out how it works -- if it is acceptable at all.
Here are the keen differences between:'ilo lete' for a cooler -- probably an air-conditioner even -- seems a likely item of use.
the thermal gloves -- "len" in any case. Here we have two variants: "len" for cold, "len" against cold. Can you express these both variants, using tp? "for vs. against": what is what? A basic formulation is "len lete". How to distinguish: "a tool for a cold" and "a tool against a cold"? How to distinguish: "len" for a cold and "len" against a cold?ilo lete = cold tool (been out all night), tool for cold (thermal gloves, maybe) tool to make cold
A templet "X pi Y" includes such variants as "portion of stuff" (for example? a drop of water) or "a child of parents". So, "ilo pi lete mute" may mean: "freezer, which made of ice" or "a cold is a parent of a freezer".freezer (in this chain) is probably 'ilo pi lete mute'
I guess, it is a question of semantics, which is embedded in the templet "X pi Y". Do you have a full answer on it?'ilo pi lete kon' doesn't suggest anything now, but might in the right circumstances
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