tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Mon Jul 01 12:58:58 2002
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Re: chay' mu' <jum> vIlo'?
From: "Quvar valer" <email@example.com>
> >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.
ghaytan <taQ> 'oS. "be odd-numbered" 'oSchugh, qatlh "be even-numbered"
ghaytan "be even-numbered" 'oSbe' <jumHa'>: 'oSchugh, tlhIngan Hol mu'ghom
DIvI' Hol 'ay'Daq lan Okrand. 'a lanbe'.
P.S.: It probably means "be strange," since "be odd (numbered)" would imply
"be even (numbered)," which doesn't seem to exist.