[tlhIngan Hol] two -bogh clauses on a noun without being joined by 'ej
mihkoun at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 13:07:44 PST 2021
I know that the usual way of using two -bogh clauses on a noun is by
joining them with 'ej:
HoHbogh 'ej Qaw'bogh nuH
weapon which kills and destroys
But is there any rule which is actually being broken if we wrote the above
without the 'ej?
HoHbogh Qaw'bogh nuH
weapon which kills which destroys
Why would writing something like this be wrong?
woe unto you scribes
and pharisees hypocrites
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