tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Mon Sep 16 20:41:07 2002

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Re: Dajatlhbogh

>(3) Headless relative clauses should be avoided.  They are very difficult 
>parse, especially if there is a non-head pronoun.  (For instance, with the
>headless relative clause theory, /lugh mu' Dajatlhbogh/ could be 
>as "You, who speak a word, are right," but anybody looking at the phrase
>will assume you meant, "The word which you speak is right.")

nuqjatlh?  "You, who speak a word, are right." = {*bI*lugh mu' Dajatlhbogh}
(assuming headless relative clauses)

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