Word: be curious

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Description/Reason:

eager to know or learn something. "I began to be curious about the whereabouts of the bride and groom"


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Responses

  1. {(bopbogh) Sov (ghojtaH) neHqu’} “really want (to keep learning) knowledge (about it)”.

    {Daq’e’ lujaHbogh tlhogh tay loDnal be’nal je vISIvqu’choH}
    “I began to really wonder [about] the place the marriage-ceremony husband and wife went.”

  2. “Curious” can also mean “be generally interested to know things”, without any specific thing.

    However, it seems in this suggestion it is simply a synonym for the verb “want”, and we already know how to say it in Klingon.