[tlhIngan Hol] mu'mey chu' lutHom.

Will Martin willmartin2 at mac.com
Fri Nov 15 13:26:10 PST 2019

So, why not {SeqatlenDe’}? That would certainly be a more recognizable transliteration. Okrand’s looks more like its based on English spelling than pronunciation, which he has avoided doing when naming other countries.

In the end, it’s arbitrary.

It’s like the way that American contra dance has a figure called “allemande” which is the French word for “German”, except that it probably comes from a corruption of the French words "a la main”, meaning “by the hand”, since it involves two people holding hands while walking around each other, and has nothing to do with Germany. Or France, for that matter.

Throw a word through different languages and change happens. {Seqotlan} it is.

charghwI’ vaghnerya’ngan

rInpa’ bomnIS be’’a’ pI’.

> On Nov 15, 2019, at 3:07 PM, SuStel <sustel at trimboli.name> wrote:
> On 11/15/2019 2:50 PM, Hugh Son puqloD wrote:
>>> On Nov 15, 2019, at 11:47, M Roney <nahqun at gmail.com> <mailto:nahqun at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Uh, why is Scotland {SIqotlan}? 
>>> And not based on Alba? 
>> jISIv je. 'op Hogh ret 'ewrop DIron DIrIchtaHvIS jIH janSIy je SepvamvaD 'alba wIpongtaH.
>> _______________________________________________
> Probably because Alba is the Scottish Gaelic name of Scotland and only about 1% of the population of Scotland speaks it. Most people in Scotland call it Scotland.
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