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Re: The Finished stone?????



> 
> David Barron writes:
> >I am trying to figure out the a decent way of saying
> >"the finished/competed stone."
> >Context: as in a stone that a stone mason has worked on and
> >finished.
> 
> >1) nagh ta'lu'bogh  <-I think this one works best
> I like this one
> 
> >2) nagh Qav
> >3) bagh naQ
> not quite sure about these
> 
> >Give it a shot.
> 
> vInID:
> 
> How about:  nagh rInlu'bogh  
> 
> I like {rIn} because the object has been accomplished, thus: the stone which
> someone has finished.
> While in {ta'} I get: the stone which someone is finishing.

Hmmmm..... I get your point.
I considered {rIn} for a while but somehow I kept 
rejecting it....I am not sure why.

Grammarians, could you give it a shot?

> >david
> 
> qatlho'
> Qapla'
> 
> -Thiago Miranda
> 
> P.S.- Because of the resent {'e' Xlu'} disscussion, I will try {nagh net
> rInlu'bogh}?

Sorry, but here {net} has to refer to a complete sentence and {nagh} is
a mere noun.

david (again)
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