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

David Trimboli (david@trimboli.name) [KLI Member] [Hol po'wI']



Alan Anderson wrote:
> ja' qa'vaj:
> 
>> Also, can a noun modified/qualified/described by a relative clause  
>> be used in noun-noun apposition?  If so, what would be your  
>> proposal for "He who fled's ship"
> 
> Such a noun is still a noun, and nothing prevents it from being part  
> of a noun-noun construction.  Except maybe the lack of syntax for  
> making clear that it *is* the head noun.  If I want to be understood,  
> I won't be that unclear.
> 
> Haw'ta' ghaH.  DujDaj vIje'.

Haw'wI' Duj vIje'.

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