tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Mar 24 20:10:16 1994

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>From: "trI'Qal" <[email protected]>
>Date: Thu, 24 Mar 1994 14:29:28 -0400 (EDT)

>Guido #1vo':

>>>Just to throw some oil on the fire ;-), there are human languages
>>>that will NOT allow two adjectival modifiers* on the same noun;
>>>they require something like "ship large which is green".  Maybe
>>>Klingon requires you to join the modifying verbs with "and" ('ej,
>>>of course, not je):  Duj tIn 'ej SuD.
>>>bImISDI' yImISmoH!
>>>- marqem
>>I like this use of {'ej} to separate two adjectival verbs modifying the same
>>noun. It seems more correct to me because they are really still verbs with
>>the {-bogh}'s hacked off and placed on the other side of the noun.

>'e' vIparqu'.  <'ej> vIleghDI', mu'tlhegh chu' naQ vInejlI'

Hrmmm.  DIch vIghajbe', 'ej vISovchu'be', 'ach trI'Qal vIQochbe'law'.
"'ej" HoS law' "je" HoS puS 'e' vIHarlaw' (tuyaj'a'?).  mu'tlhegh naQ
jojDaq "'ej" vIlegh 'e' vIpIH.

>--HoD trI'Qal
>  tlhwD lIy So'


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