tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Tue Dec 07 03:14:18 1999

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Re: Translating the word "Klingon" into other languages?

jatlh Regina:
>I had a collection of klingon  
>words, which I just learnt. One of my friends and I wanted to make a  
>tripp, and she said she wanted to test my klingon skills during our tripp.  
>I had my guide dog with me, so anyone could see that I am blind. So we  
>were in the train, and my friend tested my klingon knowleges. And, in  
>dead, there was a woman who came and asked us, what language I spoke. I  
>said it was klingon, and then she wanted to know, if this was a special  
>language for blind people...

>jIvbej 'op nuv.

jang Regina:

{jIvbej 'op nuv} means, "Some people are certainly ignorant." ({'op} is from K
GT.) Actually, I'm not sure that I'm using {'op} correctly; I'm treating it 
as though it were a number, the same way {Hoch} is used.

- DujHoD

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