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RE: KLBC: Hol vI'lo 'e' vInID (jav)

Alan Anderson wrote:
> ja' tuv'el:
> > I have a question about {nIn Hoch} and {tera' vatlh DIS poH cha'maH wej
> > HochHom}.  Isn't the word /Hoch/ supposed to be first in a noun-noun
> > construction?  Shouldn't these be {Hoch nIn} and {HochHom tera'...}?
> That use of {Hoch} is apparently a special grammatical case, not a general
> noun-noun construction.  When {Hoch} precedes a noun, it acts a lot like a
> number.  {Hoch nIn} is "each fuel"; {nIn Hoch} is "all of the fuel".  I've
> decided it's a distinction between a "count" usage and a "part" usage.
> -- ghunchu'wI' 'utlh

I don't know if this has been answered already but how does
one express "each" and "every" in Klingon?


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