tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Sun Jun 09 13:27:08 2002
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> A friend of mine, who has chosen Vaj'Hom as his
> persona name in a Star Trek community service club,
> insists this name means Little Warrior. I insist it
> means trainee or evenwannabe warrior because 'Hom is
> the dimunitive (turns "river" into "brook" and "Wind"
> into "breeze" right?)
> Who is correct?
As others have pointed out, it is his name, so he can do whatever he wants
Now, as far as the word vajHom is concerned, You're certainly on the right
track. (As ghunchu'wI' pointed out, the "wannabe" would be better handled
with the suffix -qoq.)
In TKD(add) we have mangHom "cadet". mang "soldier".
One idea that came to my mind was something like a boyscout.
Also note that vaj is "warrior" in the general (non-specific, not rank)
sense; warriorhood, or the idea of being a warrior.
"Little Warrior" would be [ SuvwI' mach ].
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