tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Sun Jan 03 09:03:42 1999

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Re: -oy

qIt mu'tlheghwIj 'e' vIHarbe'.

Thanks, I didn't think I could get away with that but I wasn't sure where I
could use -oy.  It's not appropriate to call someone a name with -oy at the end
unless you want to insult them is it?


Neal Schermerhorn wrote:

> ghItlh K'ryntes:
> >veDoy chaH yIHmey'e'.
> >Tribbles are furry.
> Hmmm... pupbe'. yIqaw: "N chaH N-'e'" DajatlhtaHvIS DaDelbe'. yIHmey Del
> DIvI' Hol mu'tlheghlIj. Delbe' mu' "chaH". "be furry" Dajatlh DaneHchugh,
> yIH DellaHbogh mu''e' Dalo'nIS. Do'Ha' tu'be'lu'. "Tribbles are furry"
> vImughnISchugh <veD ghaj yIHmey> vIghItlh.
> SKI: In the English above, "furry" is an adjective, not an "endearmentized"
> noun.
> Qermaq

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