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tlhIngan Degh (was Re: bong tlhIngan Hol pIqaD je vItu')

MorphemeAddict ( [KLI Member] [Hol taghwI']

In a message dated 6/25/2009 08:04:40 Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

> It looks like he used it as a period.
> mu'tlhegh (insert one of the "end" words here) ghItlhlaw'meH lo'.

I assume you mean the words {megh'an} and {'er'In}.  Can those words even 
be applied to a relatively abstract object such as a sentence?  The only 
words I've seen that are used as examples are "stick" and "rope" or "whatever".  
Are sentences part of 'whatever'?

lay'tel SIvten

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