tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Mon May 20 14:23:25 2002

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Re: the whys and whenfors of translation

In a message dated 5/15/2002 12:46:50 PM Mountain Daylight Time, writes:

> Personally, I think Voragh is on the right track here.  The phrase
> "Separate Worlds" isn't talking about a spacial relationship.
> "Separate" does not mean "Separated".  Again, I too am coming into
> this late and lack context; maybe in the desired context it really
> does mean spacially separated.  But on the surface, I think a far
> better translation would be qo'mey pIm.  Just my two cents worth.

I have changed the title "Worlds Apart" to cha' qo'mey pIm.  While Capt. 
Krankor is right that "Separate" does not mean "Separated," rather it means 
"Distinct," "Different."


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