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Re: 'oQqar pe'pu'bogh; naQHommey rur ghIq mIQpu'

Krenath (krenath@gmail.com)



Is <mIQ> a word for 'fry'?  I can only find 'forehead (regional)' as a  
definition for it.

Tubers which have been cut, resemble little sticks, then are forehead- 
ed. :)





On Jul 26, 2009, at 7:12 PM, "qe'San \(Jon Brown\)" <qeSan@btinternet.com 
 > wrote:

> What I'd like to know is, does anyone understand my following  
> sentence:
> 'oQqar pe'pu'bogh; naQHommey rur.  ghIq mIQpu'
>
> If you do what does it mean to you?
> - is it messy or just bad use of grammar
> - is there an accepted KLI slang equivalent?
>
> If it's just nonsense
> - let me know and I'll say what I was trying to describe/mean.
> - although did you at least get the gist of what I meant?
>
> qe'San
>






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