tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Tue Jun 11 12:19:45 2002
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- From: Andrew Strader <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: ??HolDaq
- Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 16:13:09 +0000
- Organization: Decode
Regarding a sentence like "HolvamDaq vIghun":
>-Daq refers to physical location. You are not physically sitting in or on a
>language while programming.
Of course. Consensus has been not to use -Daq for languages written or spoken
in. lo'taHvIS is a much preferred work-horse.
>We don't know for sure. The definition is "participate", not "participate
>in". Those that are willing to stretch definitions use it without -Daq.
>Those that play it safe use it with -Daq.
Oh, you mean like "tlhIngan Hol ghomDaq jeStaH"??
Sooo... how does -Daq imply physical locality more in this latter case than
in the former? Just curious as to your thots on the matter.