[tlhIngan Hol] rules to live by

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Fri Jul 9 07:36:32 PDT 2021

> Legal possession and physical
> possession are not the same as
> grammatical possession. Klingon, like
> English, uses the concept of possession
> to represent relationships between
> people. My child (and puqwI') means the
> relationship between me and the person
> is that of parent (me) and child.

Yes, I understand. That's why I can't understand ghunchu'wI' saying that
writing {be'wI'} could be a transgression.

{be'wI'} = my woman, which in hector's case means "my wife". If someone
calls the woman he's married to "my wife/my woman" then does he transgress
in some way?

~ Dana'an
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