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Re: "geek" (was Re: Quote from Khamlet)

Interesting, perhaps you need to say

chamwI' ngotlh

for fanatical technician, to specify that one is a 'geek of
technology'.  And

Hol ngotlh

For some on this list...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Anderson" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2002 4:34 PM
Subject: "geek" (was Re: Quote from Khamlet)

> ja' Nathan Grange <>:
> ><I used chamwI' for 'Geek'.  Debate: does it need sufixes to make more
> >sense.  (or is there a word already)>
> What do you want "geek" to mean?  I'd probably say something with
> because I don't consider it to have a negative connotation.  Someone who
> doesn't embrace the label "geek" would probably be happier putting a
> {naDHa'} in its description somewhere.
> -- ghunchu'wI'

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