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[Tlhingan-hol] Phonology of Klingon

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<div dir="ltr"><div><div>nuqneH<br></div><div><br>I was reading this link :<a href="";></a><br><br></div>And it says that a valid syllable is the combination CV (consonant-vowel). Does this mean that i can have this combination at the end of a word,without the glottal stop following it ? I thought that whenever there is a vowel at the end of a word the glottal stop must always follow it (as part of the same word), with the &quot;oy&quot; as the only exception to this rule.<br><br></div>Qapla&#39;!<br></div>
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