tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Dec 17 16:59:05 1999

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RE: KLBC: wa'Hu'

pagh wrote:
>Good question. <wa'Hu'> can obviously be a single word - it's in the
>dictionary that way. Based on the fact that <ben>, <nem>, <waQ>, <wen>,
><Hu'>, and <leS> are all nouns, we have every reason to believe they can
>also be used on their own, with or without a number in front of them. 

What's <waQ> and <wen>?  Presumably "months ago/from now".  I only have
<waQ> = "obstruct" in my dictionary.  Where are <waQ> and <wen> from?


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