tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Wed Oct 20 13:57:36 1999

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Re: Mu'mey chu'

jatlh SuStel:
>GRAMATICALLY, {tujqu'choH QuQ} means "The engines become HOT."  The "hot" is
>emphasized.  The correct INTERPRETATION for this sentence is "The engines
>become TOO hot."  It is not "The engines become hot, as opposed to cold."
>This interpretation is not part of the grammar, it is part of common sense.

Is this canonical? I would have thought {tujqu'choH QuQ} would mean, "The 
engines become *very* hot," or "The engines become *really* hot."

- DujHoD

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