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Re: [Tlhingan-hol] "So what's Klingon for 'Now get your kit off?'"

De'vID (de.vid.jonpin@gmail.com)



ru'ben:
>> I am thinking on:
>>
>> <yItuQHa''eghmoH!>
>> "undress yourself"

DopDaq qul yIchenmoH QobDI' ghu'. I had misremembered {tuQ} as *"be
clothed". It is, as you have pointed out, "wear (clothes)". Your
suggestion is good.

Or maybe I can say {yInuD'eghmoH!} :-)

SuStel:
> {tuQ} has always been controversial, due to the odd translations we get in
> TKD. I happen to agree with your suggestion. "Get your kit off" means "get
> undressed"; I don't see a {-choH} in that.

I had used {-choH} because I meant to indicate a change of state from
being clothed to being nude.

-- 
De'vID

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