[tlhIngan Hol] two -bogh clauses on a noun without being joined by 'ej

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Mon Mar 8 16:03:40 PST 2021


On 3/8/2021 10:48 AM, Steven Boozer wrote:
>
> AFAIK there is one such example but it’s from a song and, as we know, 
> poets sometimes deliberately {pabHa’} (“follow the rules wrongly”) for 
> rhetorical or poetic effect:
>
>   yoHbogh matlhbogh je SuvwI'
>      Say'moHchu' may' 'Iw
>   The blood of battle washes clean
>      the warrior brave and true. (Anthem)
>
And it seems to be conjoined by a *je,* which is why I didn't bring it 
up. It doesn't match what Qa'yIn is trying to do. If it had been 
*yoHbogh matlhbogh SuvwI',* it would have been what he was asking about.

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SuStel
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