tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Sun Dec 16 21:34:12 2007

Back to archive top level

To this year's listing

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next]

Re: {-Daq} in complex sentences (was Re: jIHtaHbogh naDev vISovbe')

QeS 'utlh (

jIghItlhpu', jIja':
>Even the {meQtaHbogh qachDaq} example is the only one of its
>type, I believe;...

mujang ghunchu'wI', ja':
>{...'u'SepmeyDaq Sovbe'lu'bogh...} " unknown regions of the

maj! This is a clear example of a main-clause {-Daq} appearing on a
direct object of a subordinate clause. This shows that SuStel's {qachDaq
vIleghbogh Suv qoH neH} "only a fool fights in a house that I see" is
virtually proven to be correct.

QeS 'utlh
tlhIngan Hol yejHaD pab po'wI'
(Grammarian of the Klingon Language Institute)

not nItoj Hemey ngo' juppu' ngo' je
(Old roads and old friends will never deceive you)
- Ubykh Hol vIttlhegh

New music from the Rogue Traders - listen now!

Back to archive top level