[tlhIngan Hol] what exactly is a gho

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Thu Jul 23 06:04:19 PDT 2020


On 7/23/2020 8:22 AM, mayqel qunen'oS wrote:
> Do the above definitions mean that we can use the {gho} for any kind
> of ring-like circular object ? For example could we write the
> following ?
>
> SIyechmey pochHa'pu'DI', SIyechmeyvamvaD Dojmey mojmoHmeH wIjwI'pu',
> ghomey lo'pu'
> as soon as they unplanted the canes, the farmers used hoops to make
> bundles out of them

Yes, you can use *gho* to refer to any hooped-shaped object. It doesn't 
only refer to the abstract shape. The phrase *vIHtaH gho* /the hoop is 
moving /(KGT) refers to a physical hoop rolling, and the term *gho paq* 
/binder/ references the physical rings that hold in the paper.

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SuStel
http://trimboli.name

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