'about' or 'concerning' as a phrase
How would you say something like ‘lies concerning Klingons’ as a noun phrase or ‘he lies about Klingons’ as a sentence? I thought of using Daq but that seems weird- “tlhInganpu’Daq nep” as “he lies in the area of Klingons” is ambiguous with ‘he lies near Klingons’ and just feels wrong.
Is this something that should just be two sentences like this:
nep. tlhInganpu’ qeQ ngeb De’na’Daj. “He lies. His obviously false information aims at Klingons.”
I tried to simplify that as “tlhInganpu’Daq ngeb De’ qeQ ghaH” but I am unsure- does the Daq make clear he’s lying about Klingons, not *to* Klingons?
Also, if I just want the noun “lie”, can I just use ‘nep’, or do I need to nominalize it as nepghach? vItqoq “so called truth” comes to mind as well in the absence of a pure negator noun suffix. “ngeb De'” as ‘false information’ perhaps?