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Re: [Tlhingan-hol] Sweets

lojmIt tI'wI' nuv ([email protected])

How about {naHlet ngaSbogh yuch} or {naHlet So'bogh yuch}?

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> On Sep 3, 2014, at 11:29 AM, Alan Anderson <[email protected]> wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 6:44 AM, Fiat Knox <[email protected]> wrote:
>> puq Soj - sweets
>> We already have leng Soj from KGT, but "puq Soj" seems more appropriate for
>> this show.
> Is the word "sweets" culturally associated specifically with kids'
> food in the UK? I too think first of a children's menu. If it were me,
> I'd just call it {yuch} and be done with it.
>> naHlet yuch - chocolate (covered) nuts
>> naHHom yuch - chocolate (covered) raisins
> I am more inclined to put the words in the other order. To me, {naHlet
> yuch} is a kind of chocolate associated with nuts (my first impression
> is actually Nutella). On the other hand, {yuch naHlet} is a nut,
> perhaps made from or coated with chocolate. Getting fancier, {yuch yub
> naHlet} seems likely to evoke the right idea.
> Raisins aren't {naHHom} in my mind; that would be more like a berry.
> {ghIrep QaD} might be a good way to refer to raisins.
> -- ghunchu'wI'
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