[tlhIngan Hol] Expressing "middle ages".

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Fri Jun 28 09:16:56 PDT 2019


On 6/28/2019 11:36 AM, mayqel qunen'oS wrote:
> (continuing from another thread)
>
> ghunchu'wI'
> > Consider using {bov} “era” for this
> > meaning of "ages".
>
> Sometime in the past, I'd toyed with "how to express middle ages".
>
> After googling "middle ages", to find out *when* the middle ages 
> actually was, I came up with "time period between 476 c.e. and 1453 c.e.".
>
> So, I thought of saying something like:
>
> {qaSchoH tera' DIS loS-Soch-jav, ngugh qaSchoH bov potlh, 'ej 
> qaSchoHDI' tera' DIS wa'-loS-vagh-wej, Dor bovvam potlh}
>
> or
>
> {qaSchoHDI' tera' DIS loS-Soch-jav, qaSchoH bov potlh, 'ej qaSchoHDI' 
> tera' DIS wa'-loS-vagh-wej, Dor bovvam potlh}
>
> And from that point on, resuming the passage by referring to the 
> middle ages as {bov potlh} or {bov qab}, or by any other adjective I'd 
> used in the original description.
>
> But in the end, I didn't know, if after all these {qaSchoH}, 
> {qaSchoHDI'}, and {Dor}, the meaning would have indeed become clear to 
> the reader.
>
> Of course, if anyone has any ideas on the matter, then, qeylIS knows, 
> I'd like to read them..

botlh bov

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