[tlhIngan Hol] noun-noun constructions and {-bogh} clause

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Tue Oct 29 07:35:06 PDT 2019


We know that we can't say:


{HoS'e' nuv mung}

for "the origin of the person of power"


But can we say:


{HoS'e' 'aghbogh nuv mung}

for "the origin of the power which is displayed by the person" ?


I know that the meaning isn't the same between the two examples, but that's not important.


What I'm wondering, is whether we can have a noun-noun construction, where the first noun is part of a {-bogh} clause, marked (that first noun} with a {-'e'}.


~ bara'qa'


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