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Re: [Tlhingan-hol] Tatoeba user?

Felix Malmenbeck (

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    HIvqa' veqlargh!<br>
    Yes, that was me. I've been using {Sov qaD} to mean "test" or
    "exam", and my fingers must have slipped. Will fix!<br>
    ...although I must say, {Qov qaD} will probably be lodged in my mind
    for some time. Felix culpa!<br>
    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 11/8/2015 03:11, André Müller wrote:<br>
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            <div>Funny mistake!<br>
            I added a comment under the sentence and hopefully loghaD
            aka Felix will correct it tomorrow. :)<br>
          I really wonder why this had happened... I'm sure Felix
          doesn't have {Qov} saved as "she" in his database, and if so,
          he wouldn't use the database to look up "she".<br>
        - André (aka Vortarulo)<br>
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        <div class="gmail_quote">2015-08-11 3:07 GMT+02:00 Robyn Stewart
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              <p dir="LTR"><span lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri">I</font></span><span
                  lang="en-ca"> <font face="Calibri">noticed the</font></span><span
                  lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri"> example sentence: </font></span><span
                  lang="en-ca"> <font face="Calibri">HaDchu'chugh Qov
                    qaD QaplaH</font></span><span lang="en-ca"><font
                    face="Calibri">, translated as “</font></span><span
                  lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri">If she studied hard,
                    she could pass the exam.</font></span><span
                  lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri">”</font></span><span
                  <font face="Calibri">I</font></span><span lang="en-ca"><font
                    face="Calibri">t’s amusing, and I</font></span><span
                  lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri"> imagine that at
                    some point I or someone posted “Qov = she” in
                    response to</font></span><span lang="en-ca"> <font
                    face="Calibri">my being misgendered in some Internet
                    forum, and then Qov ended up in someone</font></span><span
                  lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri">’s database with the
                    meaning “she,”</font></span><span lang="en-ca"> <font
                    face="Calibri">but perhaps it should be fixed. Who
                    has that power?<br>
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              <p dir="LTR"><span lang="en-ca"><font face="Calibri">- Qov</font></span><span
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