[tlhIngan Hol] difference in {-meH}ing intransitive verbs

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Thu Oct 3 06:52:07 PDT 2019


On 10/3/2019 9:44 AM, mayqel qunen'oS wrote:
> Is there any difference between {-meH}ing a transitive, and {-meH}ing 
> an intransitive verb ?
>
> leghmeH paq
> book in order to see
>
> bIrmeH betgham
> liquid in order to be cold
>
> The only difference that I see, is that in {-meH}ing an intransitive 
> verb, the meaning's unclear with regards to "who's to be cold".
>
> Am I missing something here ? Is there anything more I should know ?

Did you mean *bIrmoHmeH betgham*/liquid for making (something) cold?/ 
That's not intransitive.

Here's an intransitive *-meH* verb: *QongmeH pa'*/bedroom./

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SuStel
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