[tlhIngan Hol] Thoughts on {-moH}

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Tue Dec 6 11:59:11 PST 2016

Yes, you've got it. The verb prefix reflects the subject and object, as 
it always does, regardless of the semantic roles those words are playing 
in the sentence.

On 12/6/2016 2:23 PM, mayqel qunenoS wrote:
> After reading your replies, I think I understand how this works;
> the subject of the {-moH}ed verb causes the {-vaD}ed noun to do 
> whatever the verb says. the question however is "what prefix goes on 
> the {-moH}ed verb. and seemingly this is determined like this: the one 
> who causes the action is the subject, and whatever is before the 
> {-moH}ed verb is the object.
> So, lets write some examples:
> they caused us to see the cat
> maHvaD vIghro' luleghmoH
> they made you (plural) correct the student
> tlhIHvaD ghojwI' lulughmoH
> you (plural) made them touch the cat
> chaHvaD vIghro' boHotmoH
> we made you (plural) touch the cat
> tlhIHvaD vIghro' wIHotmoH
> we made you (plural) touch the cats
> tlhIHvaD vIghro'mey DIHotmoH
> are the above correct ?

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