[tlhIngan Hol] "Don't beam down to Qo'noS without this app!"

Daniel Dadap daniel at dadap.net
Sat Mar 24 18:02:33 PDT 2018

> On Mar 24, 2018, at 8:51 PM, SuStel <sustel at trimboli.name> wrote:
> On 3/24/2018 8:31 PM, Daniel Dadap wrote:
>> Would {nIqHomvam Daghajbe'chugh Qo'noSDaq yIjolQo’!} be a grammatically and lexically sound way to express this? I feel moderately confident about the lexical part, but not the grammatical part. {Qo’noS yIjolQo'}? {Qo’noSDaq yIjol’eghQo’}? {Qo’noS Dajolbe’nISlu’}? {Qo’noSoymeyna’majDaq yIjol’eghqangQo’choHmoHbejta'neSjaj}? {‘IHqu’ yIHmeyvelth}?
> I'd probably use Qol beam away instead of jol beam (aboard).
> We know that HIjol beam me up! is used by Klingons, so it seems the person or thing that gets beamed can be the object of jol. I can only assume the same is true of Qol. The destination, therefore, would be given by a non-object locative noun.
> If jol and Qol can't flip subject and object like some words can (e.g., meQ), then we probably have to assume that the person beaming must be the object. Therefore, Qol'egh or something like it is required. yIjolQo' and yIQolQo' sound like they're right, but I'm not sure they are. We haven't seen these verbs used enough to be sure.
> nIqHomvam Daghajbe'chugh Qo'noSDaq yIQol'eghQo'!
> nIqHomvam Daghajbe'chugh Qo'noSDaq DaQollu' 'e' yIchaw'Qo'!
> Also consider using Hutlh instead of ghajbe’.

Thanks! {niqHomvam DaHutlhchugh Qo’noSDaq yIQol’eghQo’!} sounds good to me. (I’m writing a description for the App Store for the iOS boQwI’ port, and wanted to put something cute in Klingon in the blurb.)

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