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Re: nom*i*nal*ize 2. to convert (an underlying clause) into a noun phrase

MorphemeAddict (MorphemeAddict@wmconnect.com) [KLI Member] [Hol taghwI']



In a message dated 9/16/2009 19:05:12 Eastern Daylight Time, 
qeSan@btinternet.com writes:

> Back to the prefix I can see that's this can easily taken care of by the 
> possessive suffixes anyway giving you something that is not weird and 
> ticks 
> all the boxes I was looking at.  So should I want to refer to "His 
> Drinking" 
> I will use {tlhutlhtaHDaj}
> 

If verbs with a prefix can be nominalized with either {-wI'} or {-ghach}, 
then forms like {bItlhutlhtaHghachmaj} or {vIchenmoHwI'chaj} should be 
possible. 

lay'tel SIvten






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