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criminal term with the morpheme {-mang}

the verb {'ur} 'commit treason' is nominalized with {-mang} to form the noun {'urmang} 'treason'. This request is for at least one other {-mang} noun,…

subsets of plural pronouns

How do you talk about subsets of plural pronouns, in phrases like "all of us/you/them", "none of us/you/them", "two of us/you/them", "most of us/you/them", "some…

phoneme

What do Klingons call the most basic sound elements of a language?

comparisons for adverbials

How do a compare two attributes that are described using adverbs? Things like "more often", "less likely", "quicker", "more slowly"? "Sometimes I eat fish but…

vowel

The type of phoneme/letter that appears second in every (normal) Klingon word. Might be a noun (vowel), a verb (be vowel-sounding) or something else that…

consonant

The kind of phoneme/letter that appears first in every (normal) Klingon word. Might be a noun (consonant) or a verb (be consonant-sounding) or something else…

Subject

The noun performing the action of a sentence. “Gowron” in the “Gowron rules the Klingon Empire”

Direct object

A word or phrase denoting the recipient of an action. As in “you” in the sentence “I see you”.