tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Jan 14 14:52:02 1999

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-bogh and -wI'

-wI' can be added to a verb like in english -er to make it a noun.
baH - baHwI'... So' - So'wI'...
tIj - tIjwI'... HoH - HoHwI'...

All these examples are verbs of action, though. It sounds awkward to me to
say things like {moHwI'} ("ugly person") or {HeghwI'} ("dying person"),
because they do not exist in english.
Are they correct, or do I need to say it like in english using the -bogh
suffix? {moHbogh loD vIlegh}


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