[tlhIngan Hol] relative clauses with {Hoch} in noun-noun constructions

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Mon Jan 6 07:51:52 PST 2020


SuStel:
> And remember that Hoch mung might be
> translated each origin or origin of
> everything.

Thanks for clarifying this..

This has been the source of my confusion, leading to this thread.

I was under the impression that {Hoch} could mean "everything" only when
used on its own, as for instance in {Hoch vor Dargh wIb}.

My misconception was, that in Hoch-noun constructions, {Hoch} could *only*
mean, "each noun", or "all nouns" depending on the presence of
{-pu'}/{-mey'} or not.

Anyway, now I understand. Thanks !

~ mayqel qunen'oS
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