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Re: chay' mu' <jum> vIlo'? - grammar question

lab Quvar:

>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".

grammar question:
is there a difference between "mI' jum ponglu'" (it's called an odd 
number) and "mI' jumbogh ponglu'" (it's called a number that is odd)?


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