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/be'joy'/ tay Dun

jatlh Zrajm:

>>When I looked through the new words list on I found the
>>following dubious entries:
>>{be'joy'} ritualized torture by women (n) [Sarak, the novel]
>>{Heghba'} ritual suicide (n) [Sarek, novel by A.C. Crispin]
>>Are these canon? And in that case, why? Did Okrand say ok to these words?

jang voragh:

>They're considered canon because novelist Crispin got Okrand to coin a few
>words for her; she acknowledges his help in the book.

Would someone who's read the novel care to describe this <be'joy'> thing?  Can anyone get involved?


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