[tlhIngan Hol] Klingon Word of the Day: vIb

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Mon Oct 24 07:22:58 PDT 2016

> Klingon Word of the Day for Monday, October 24, 2016
> Klingon word: vIb
> Part of speech: verb
> Definition: move through time toward the futrue, propagate
> Source: qep'a' 23 [2016] 

wa'vatlh DIS vIvIb. 
I time-travel 100 years into the future. (qep'a' 2016)

jIvIb.  qaSDI' vatlh DIS poH cha'maH Hut, jImev. 
I time-travel to the 29th century.
(lit. "I time-travel into the future. When Century 29
  happens, I stop.") (qep'a' 2016)

Also means "propagate" (not in reference to plants) (qep'a' 2016).

Cf. {vIbHa'} "time-travel into the past, move through time toward the past" (v) (qep'a' 2016):

jIvIbHa'pu' 'ej qeylIS vIqIHpu' 
I time-travelled into the past and I met Kahless. (qep'a' 2016)

jIvIbHa'.  wejHu' jImev.
I time-travel three days into the past. (qep'a' 2016) 
["that is, I stop three days prior to a time referenced in the conversation, not necessarily three days prior to making this utterance." (qurgh < Okrand)]

tuch 		future, the future (as a whole) (n) 
pa'logh 	past, the past (as a whole)" (n)

tlhIngan ghantoH pIn'a'
Ca'Non Master of the Klingons


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