[tlhIngan Hol] yay bom bom mu'mey

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Thu Mar 23 06:23:34 PDT 2017


On 3/23/2017 7:41 AM, Jeremy Silver wrote:
> I'm guessing most consider the guessed lyrics of the "victory song" from
> Birthright part 2 to be either:
> * assumed to be in some ancient dialect (as an in-universe explanation)
> or
> * the worst kind of paramount hol with several random nonsense words lifted
> from the dictionary and mangled so badly by the script-writers this song is
> the very reason the term {Dap bom} was coined.
>
> One of my ongoing projects was to; if we assume a song about victory, actually
> contains the word for victory; that it might be possible to turn it in to a
> song of mostly meaningful {ta'Hol} that can be sung to the tune, and sound
> vaguely right if you squint your ears, and take into account the ways the
> standard latin orthography might be mispronounced by those scriptwriters.
> Some might be aware of an earlier draft, published elsewhere, that I am now
> less happy with.
>
> vaj,  vebbogh bom mu'mey vImuch... mawup!:
>
> bach! chal wovmoH
> SuvchoHpu' wo'
>
> yay'a'! 'ey 'oH
> yay'a'! 'ey 'oH
> yay'a'! 'ey 'o-'oH
>
> meHDaq luchu'
> jIHDaq matu'
> pa'! Doq jaghna'
> muwaQchu'Qo'
>
> tepmaj neHqu'
> mughob qoHpu'
> yay'a'! 'ey 'oH
> yay'a'! 'ey 'oH
> yay'a'! 'ey 'o-'oH
>
> vang yaS cha'DIch
> Hong SeHlaw SIch
> wIjun 'e' chaw'
> gheDmaj HoHta'
>
> yay'a'! 'ey 'oH
> yay'a'! 'ey 'oH
> yay'a'! 'ey 'o-'oH
>
>
> Can you all make enough sense of it that this might work?
> Any suggestions for improvements, or errors to fix?
>
> Thanks,
> mupwI'

majQa'! qo' ngebHa'Daq Dajbej bomvam mung. qon 'Iv? tlhIngan Holna' lo' 
'e' Har'a'? jatlhHa''a' DawI'pu'?

pImba' bom lubombogh bom mu'lIj je, 'ach Dap 'oHbe' je bom mu'lIj'e'.

-- 
SuStel
http://trimboli.name



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