tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Jun 20 08:04:02 2002
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RE: KLBC: RE: Enough.
- From: "rItlhmoQSuvwI'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: RE: KLBC: RE: Enough.
- Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 09:03:14 -0400
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- In-Reply-To: <3FE2282535F7D1118A270060977894F801B24A48@tlc_nt1.tlc4u.com>
Damn... and here I thought I was doing good....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: DloraH [mailto:DloraH@kli.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2002 23:37
> To: tlhIngan-Hol@kli.org
> Subject: RE: KLBC: RE: Enough.
> > Sumogh 'e' vIyaj.
> > 'ach SughobnISta'.
> "But you had needed to wage war." ?
"But you needed to finish fighting.".... /'ach SuSuvchuq borInnIS./?
> > tlhIngan Hol ghojwI'pu' Hoch maH
> Without a verb, /maH/ must act as the verb, and with this
> word order I get: "We are all of klingon students."
> For "We all are klingon students" I would switch /Hoch/ and
> /maH/. ghojwI' maH Hoch'e'. But this is only if we can say
> "we all are". This isn't "all of us" because maH is acting as
> the verb; so we don't have it as part of a noun-noun.
Ok... so it becomes: /tlhIngan Hol ghojwI' maH Hoch'e'/? This
emphasizes and stresses "ALL" (Hoch) right?
> > 'e' wIqaw potlh.
> wI- implies the "we" are the subject; but you put /potlh/ in
> the subject's place. "We something important remember that."
> If /potlh/ is being used as a verb, then you have two verbs.
> Hmm, are you saying "It is important to remember that we are
> all students."?
> ghojwI' maH Hoch'e' 'e' wIqawnISqu'. ((potlh ghu'vam) or
> (potlh Qu'vam))
> > reH maQochbe'be'.
> Two [be']'s together. I can accept multiple be' when there
> are suffixes between them; each be' modifying it's preceeding
> suffix. I understand what's being said, and I'm sure a
> klingon would understand it; but is it something a native
> would say? We don't know. We haven't seen any evidence yet.
I questioned that as I did it... but I wanted to say that don't always
"Agree" as opposed to saying that we always "Disagree".
> > rut maQochnIS.
> > 'ach jItay'.
> "But I am together"?
> Oh wait, do you mean [tay], without the [']?
> "But I am civilized". That makes more sense.
No... I used the wrong prefix... it should have been /'ach matay'/.
"but we are together".
> > 'ej potlh. peqaw!
> > DaH Dopmey vIyaj. 'ej Savuv.
> > batlh tlhIngan Hol ghojwI'pu''a' tlhIH.
> Noun suffix -'a' is a type 1 suffix. -pu' is type 2.
so to fix this it would be /batlh tlhIngan Hol ghojwI''a'pu' tlhIH./?
"You are honored Klingon language students." (I couldn't come up with a
way to easily say "you are BOTH..."
> DloraH, BG .... must sleep...