[tlhIngan Hol] 'eSpanya' 'ewrop je (Beginner's text and questions)

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Thu May 27 06:43:00 PDT 2021

yugh                     include, consist of, be composed of (v) (qepHom 2015)

cha’ bIQSIp HeySelmey, wa’ yInSIp HeySel je yugh bIQ ’o’rIS.
The water molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
 (Lieven, OK'd by Okrand at qepHom 2015)

QongtaHvIS HeghDI' SuvwI', 'oynot, Hom je neH yugh.
A warrior who dies in his sleep is no more than flesh and bone.
 (DSC/Qov "Battle At the Binary Stars" NON-CANON)

yughmoH            include,  cause to be included (v)

(De'vID, from Okrand, 2/17/2018):  To filter (in this sense) is {yughmoH} “include” (that is, “cause to be included”).  So {X neH yughmoH} “filter for X only, include X only".


From: tlhIngan-Hol <tlhingan-hol-bounces at lists.kli.org> On Behalf Of SuStel

On 5/27/2021 7:21 AM, luis.chaparro at web.de<mailto:luis.chaparro at web.de> wrote:

2. I was not sure if *loch* only works for mathematics and *yugh* only for chemistry. If it is so, how could I say *be a part / member of* and *consist of* in >>Klingon?

I think loch works fine here. We are told that loch is used in mathematics, but we aren't told that loch is only used in mathematics.

I assume the same goes for *yugh*, right?

Yes, with regards to chemistry. Specifically, Marc Okrand has used yughmoH to refer to computerized information filtering.



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