[tlhIngan Hol] -moH without an object

Lieven L. Litaer levinius at gmx.de
Fri Jan 11 06:53:04 PST 2019


Am 11.01.2019 um 15:30 schrieb Steven Boozer:
> Other examples:
> 
> *SeymoH QeH*
> Anger excites. TKW
> 
> *HeghqangmoHlu'pu'*
> 
> It made him willing to die. TKD

This one also quickly came to my mind, but in both cases, the zero 
prefix includes an object: "excite" is transitive (at least in english) 
so anger does indeed scite something or somebody.
The second phrase even shows the object in the translation: it made HIM 
willing to die.

I think the question was for canon examples of a phrase like
{jIghojmoH} "I cause to learn"

(Which I think is okay to say, but is there canon for this?)


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