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chay' mu' <jum> vIlo'?

>This is the Klingon Word Of The Day for Friday, May 24, 2002.
>Klingon word:   jum
>Part of Speech: verb
>Definition:     be odd

chay' mu'vetlh vIlo'? jISovbe' jIH.
I don't know how to use that word.

chaq DIvI' Hol vIyajchu'be'.
Maybe I don't understand the english word.

mI'mey qelchugh mu', 'ej wa' mI' vIwavmeH mI' <cha'> vIlo'laHbe', vaj mI' jum ponglu'.
When this words concerns numbers, and a number cannot be divided by "two", then it's called "odd numbers".

'ach latlh qelchugh, vaj <taQ> 'oS mu'vam.
But it can also mean "weird".

vaj nuq 'oS mu'vetlh. Sovlu''a'?
So what does it mean? Is it known?


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