[tlhIngan Hol] “It goes everywhere in the city” / puH Duj'a'Daq tlhe'taH rutlh

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Thu Jun 14 08:22:55 PDT 2018


There’s another example of {vogh}:

  vogh vISuch vIneH
  I want to visit someplace. CK
Being nouns, these words can be the object of a verb.

--Voragh


On Thu, Jun 14, 2018 Voragh wrote:
In other words, you can't  use {-Daq} with them.  Some people add {vogh} "somewhere, someplace" to the list, which Okrand says wasn't meant to be exclusive.
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According to qurgh, Okrand himself added it to the list: http://lists.kli.org/pipermail/tlhingan-hol-kli.org/2017-July/004626.html

nIqolay:
Another interesting thing from the words list: the sentence {vogh tIghla'
tu'lu'} seems to confirm that {vogh} is in the same category of {-Daq}-less
place nouns like {Dat}, {naDev}, and {pa'}.

​qurgh:
I asked Marc about this and he confirmed it.

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