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  • Posted by peHruS on August 18, 2022 at 7:49 pm

    ‘etlh lutIr nagbochmey my question is about tIr; can this means “crusts”, “covers like a crust”?

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  • qurgh

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    August 18, 2022 at 10:18 pm
    po'wI'

    tIr, the verb, describes a state “be arrange in a stack” or “be superimposed”. It can’t take an object so *lutIr is ungrammatical, it would have to be lutIrmoH. The example we have for it is:

    A B je tIrmoHchu’
    Superimpose A and B

    As a noun is means “grain”.

    I’m not sure how either of these can refer to “cover” or “crust”.

    I believe vel might be the verb you are looking for.

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