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Word: commando



trooper of a small fighting force specially trained for speedy offensives against enemy-held areas

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3 thoughts on “commando

  1. Jeremy Silver says:

    Apparently just suggesting {weHwI’} as a word on its own seems to be very verboten, so why would’nt that do the job?

    • Andrew Miller says:

      Pirates and bandits are also weHwI’pu’. This is a military term.

      You could say

      weHbogh QI nawlogh mang soldier of a raiding military squadron, or
      QI weHmeH nawlogh mang soldier of a military squadron for raiding,

      but the arguments of the -bogh and -meH verbs are ambiguous. Seems better to have a dedicated term for a soldier of such a unit.

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