tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Jan 15 15:25:55 1999

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Re: KLBC: HovqIj jun Hov wov

In a message dated 1/14/1999 2:58:14 PM US Mountain Standard Time, writes:

<< Why not? <naDev> is a noun meaning "here, hereabouts", and <Dab> is a verb
 taking a place as its object. It's true that <naDev> includes a locative
 sense in its meaning, so it can act as a locative without a <-Daq> suffix,
 but I see no reason it cannot be the object of a verb if it makes sense as
 the object.

pagh, bIlughchu'
nIteb Qob qaD jupDaj 'e' chaw'be' SuvwI'na'
TKD page 27Daq ghItlh mu'mey'e' qonta'bogh MO vIlaDqa'mo' DaH SoHvaD jIQochbe'
DIpmeyna' bIH mu' {naDev}'e' mu' {pa'}'e' mu' {Dat}'e' je
*adverbs* Dabe' 'ej gheSbe'
DIp mojaqmey rurlaH je



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