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Re: TKW p. 186

>   This construction is heard with increasing regularity, though hardly
>   a majority of the time. It leads to no misunderstanding as long as
>   the object noun (jaghpu' ["enemies"] in the examples above) is marked
>   for plural--that is, as long as it has a plural suffix (here, -pu')
>   or is a word that is inherently plural (such as cha ["torpedoes"]).

{cha} takes {yI-} anyway, as it is grammatically singular.

(TKD 3.3.2, near the end, p. 24 in the English version)

>Ca'Non Master of the Klingons


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