[tlhIngan Hol] Klingon Word of the Day: qu'vu'

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Fri Nov 6 07:55:29 PST 2020

How could I have forgotten (especially since Halloween was last week):

jItuj'ep  		mummy (n) 
lom 			corpse (n)
   yInbogh lom 		   zombie (i.e. "living corpse") (n)
pel'aQ 			coffin (n)
nev’aQ 			sarcophagus [simple]  (n)
nebeylI’ 		sarcophagus [fancy] (n)


------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Steven Boozer [Voragh]
Sent: Friday, November 6, 2020 9:27 AM

Klingon word: qu'vu'
Part of speech: noun
Definition: pyramid with a three-sided base, tetrahedron
Source: Marc Okrand at European qepHom 1/25/2014 _______________________________________________

AFAIK never used in a sentence.

PUN: the Great Pyramid of Khufu [a.k.a. Cheops] at Giza

'Impey' 			pyramid (n)
   loS reD 'Impey'   	   pyramid (four-sided base) (n)
   vagh reD 'Impey'  	   pyramid (five-sided base) (n)
   gho 'Impey'    		   cone (n)

maSIr  			Egypt (GN)
yergh  			polyhedron (n)
ra’Duch 		triangle (n)

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