tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Jan 31 08:20:06 2002
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Re: KLBC Re: peD
- From: Qov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: KLBC Re: peD
- Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 05:16:10 -0800
> > chIjwI' muD Dotlh ngoq vImugh:
> > SuS Do: pIvlob .000000015.
qelI'qammey vIlo' 'e' vInID 'ach kilometre 'aD'a' qelI'qam? DIch vIghajbe'.
> > wa' qelIqam wa' bID qelIqam je leghlaH tu'wI'.
>wa' vI' vagh qelIqam leghlaH tu'wI'.
DIch vIghajbe'taH, 'ach jISaHbe'choHpu'. 'ej qelI'qam wIghItlhHa'.
> > 'engmey 'Iv:
>It took me a while to figure this one out. I've never used this other 'Iv.
jIHvaD potlh. :)
> > Hat: tlhoS bIQ taDmoHlaH.
>Being at these temperatures, statements like this happen to work out quite
>well. Farther from this point can be difficult. Marc, we need a word for
>"unit for measuring temperature" :P
mujangmeH, *Farenheit* Hatmey lo' nuv puS. *Farenheit* vIyajbe'mo' jIHvaD
mIwwIj lo'laH law' Farenheit lo'laH puS.
> > I'd appreciate any suggestions for better descriptions of these
> > measurements and units.
>Your terms certainly work. Velocity measured at nine decimal places can be
>a little bothersome but it's all we have; unless you try to write out
>"qaStaHvIS wa' rep qelIqammey lenglu'bogh" then add the numbers and try to
>put it into a sentence. Perhaps abbreviate it qrql. But this could be just
>as bothersome as nine decimal places...
>A note to those that don't know: On my website I have a nifty conversion
>table. cheb/kg/lbs and 'uj/cm/in. www2.rpa.net/~cheesbro
'e' vISovbe' jIH.