[tlhIngan Hol] Klingon Word of the Day: bI'reS
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Fri Apr 23 14:10:26 PDT 2021
On Wed, 21 Apr 2021 at 17:18, Steven Boozer <sboozer at uchicago.edu> wrote:
> tera' DIS wa' Hut vagh Hut, bI'reS puv 'amerI'qa' 'ev chan 'ev X-wa'maH
> [untranslated] (NASM “North American X-15”)
'amerI'qa' 'ev chan 'ev X-wa'maH vagh
tera' DIS wa' Hut vagh Hut, bI'reS puv 'amerI'qa' 'ev chan 'ev X-wa'maH
vagh. muDDaq neH muD Dujmey vorgh lu'orlu', 'ach loghDaq puvlaH Dujmey
'orbogh nuv 'e' 'agh X-wa'maH vagh. wabDo loS, vagh, jav je lengta' 'ej
'IvDaj jen law' HutSaD Sochvatlh wejmaH 'uj'a'mey jen puS. Do patlhvam 'Iv
patlhvam je chavta'bogh telmey ghajbogh muD Duj wa'DIch 'oH. wa'maH cha'
X-wa'maH vagh 'orwI'pu' tu'lu'. chorgh 'orwI'pu'vaD logh lengwI' Deghmey
Here's the original English text:
North American X-15
First flown in 1959, the North American X-15 bridged the gap between human
flight in the atmosphere and spaceflight. It was the first winged aircraft
to fly Mach 4, 5, & 6 and to operate at altitudes above 30,500 m (100,000
ft). Eight of 12 pilots received astronaut wings.
> bI'reS nguSDI' Hutlhbogh wej muD Duj'a'mey motlh chenmoH loDnI'pu' 'ej
> [untranslated] (NASM “1903 Wright Flyer”)
tera' DIS wa' Hut pagh wej Wright puvwI'
qaStaHvIS loS tera' DISmey, puvmeH nguSDI' lo'bogh muD Duj wa'DIch
luchenmoHmeH, QullI' 'ej 'oghlI' Wilbur Wright Orville Wright je. tera' DIS
wa' Hut pagh wej Wright puvwI' 'oH muD Dujvam'e'. bI'reS nguSDI' Hutlhbogh
wej muD Duj'a'mey motlh chenmoH loDnI'pu' 'ej waH. ghIq tera' jaj wa'maH
Soch, jar wa'maH cha', DIS wa' Hut pagh wej, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina-Daq
puvta' nguSDI' lo'bogh muD Duj wa'DIch. Qapla'! muD Duj 'or Orville.
qaStaHvIS leng wa'DIch, wa'maH cha' lup, wa'maH wa' vI' vagh 'uj'a'mey
Here's the original English text, a slightly different version of which can
be seen at this link:
1903 Wright Flyer
The 1903 Wright Flyer was the product of a sophisticated four-year program
of research and development conducted by Wilbur and Orville Wright. After
building and testing three full-sized gliders, the Wrights' first powered
airplane flew at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, on December 17, 1903, making a
12-second flight, traveling 36 m (120 ft), with Orville piloting.
(These are excellent counterexamples to the claim which is sometimes made
that Klingon is shorter or more succinct than English.)
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