[tlhIngan Hol] Klingon Word of the Day: pul

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Wed Jan 23 07:45:13 PST 2019


Klingon word: pul
Part of speech: verb
Definition: be ground up
Source: qep'a' 23  [2016]
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AFAIK never used in a sentence.

NOTES ON KLINGON CUISINE:

(KGT 89f):  if [the meat] is fresh, the 'cook' may {pID} it, which involves coating it with herbed granulated cartilage (not necessarily from the same animal) mixed with some kind of {tIr} (grain) and doing very little else. The name of the granulated cartilage is {ngat}, which has also come to mean gunpowder. 

(KGT 96):  If plants or animal parts are dried and, if necessary, chopped up before being steeped in boiling water to produce {Dargh} [tea], this preparation is called {Qenvob}.  Often, however, there is no {Qenvob}; the tea is made by simply picking thorns, leaves, petals, or seeds off of a plant and immediately immersing them in the water. 

SEE ALSO:
tap 		mash, squash, squeeze (v)
vut 		prepare food (or drink) (v)
pub 		boil (v)
pugh  		dregs (n)

--
Voragh
Ca'Non Master of the Klingons




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