[tlhIngan Hol] X which are not Y

qurgh lungqIj qurgh at wizage.net
Thu Mar 21 18:40:52 PDT 2019

I would personally reword things to say it differently. What's the bigger
idea that you are trying to say?

eg: "I like all animals which are not tribbles" - "I like all animals but I
dislike tribbles" - "Ha'DIbaH vIparHa' 'ach yIH vIpar"


On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 8:17 PM Christa Hansberry <chransberry at gmail.com>

> If I wanted to say, for example, "animals which are not tribbles", how
> would I do it? I don't think *yIHmey bIHbe'bogh Ha'DIbaHmey('e'?)* would be
> grammatical... but is there a good way to say it?
> -QISta'
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