[tlhIngan Hol] Klingon Word of the Day: Doj

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Mon Jun 7 08:13:52 PDT 2021

Klingon Word of the Day for Saturday, June 05, 2021

Klingon word: 	Doj
Part of speech: 	noun
Definition: 	batch, pile, heap, accumulation
Source: 	Star Trek Into Darkness, qepHom 2013

Dojmey  	mass, masses, multitude, a very large but indeterminate group 
                             of something (people or otherwise) (n) (qepHom 2013 < STID) 

(Lieven, 11/11/2013):  This word is derived from {Doj} "batch, pile, heap, accumulation" plus {-mey}, the general plural suffix. Even if referring only to beings capable of using language, one would normally not say {Dojpu'}. 

  'ej Dojmey wID - vInDa'ma' peq. 
  He has killed many of our people. 
  ("and he massacred multitudes - he slaughtered our compatriots") STID
  qoq De'wI' Dojmey 
  botnet [computer jargon] (n) (qepHom 2015)

tlhoQ 		conglomeration (n)
ghom 		group [of people] (n)

Doch 		thing (n)
'aH 		paraphernalia (n)
luch 		equipment, gear (computer jargon) (n) (qepHom 2015)
tep 		cargo, goods (computer jargon) (n) (qepHom 2015)

Voragh, Ca'Non Master of the Klingons
    Please contribute relevant vocabulary from the last year or two. I’ve fallen 
    behind in updating my files and adding cross-references for related words.  

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