[tlhIngan Hol] "rookie" vs "veteran"

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Mon Jul 16 06:09:45 PDT 2018

bam    	face,  have the prospect of having to deal with (v) (qepHom 2013)

   Qob lIb bam SoH chuDlI' je 
   You and your people are in danger. STID

I'm not sure I see it.  If anything, these sound like something a Beginner's Grammarian would call themselves in jest.


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From: seruq
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2018 8:53 PM

How about bampu'wI'?
or what fine-tuning is appropriate.

- DloraH

On Fri, 7/13/18, Alan Anderson <qunchuy at alcaco.net> wrote:
Date: Friday, July 13, 2018, 12:02 AM
 I am trying to find a pair of relatively simple words that I can use to label  people as the equivalent of rookies (it's their first  time experiencing something) or veterans (they've been  through it before). 
 I  like {chu'wI'} "newcomer", but I can't decide what to use as its counterpart. Have any of  you ever needed this kind of distinction, and if so, did you  come up with anything satisfactory?

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