[tlhIngan Hol] what is the opposite of {vItlh}

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Wed Sep 8 05:52:27 PDT 2021

On 9/8/2021 8:10 AM, mayqel qunen'oS wrote:
> Thank you all for taking the time to reply.
> After reading the messages so far, I understand how we can use the
> {vItlhHa'} as an opposite to the {vItlh}. But this now raises another
> question..
> {vItlh} has the opposite of {vItlhHa'}, but the {law'} has the
> opposite of {puS}. So what would be the difference between {puS} and
> {law'Ha'}? Or between {law'} and {puSHa'}?
> What would be the difference between let's say {SuvwI' puS} and
> {SuvwI' law'Ha'}?

Well, again, I don't think *-Ha'* means merely "the opposite of." 
*law'Ha'* would mean something like "a quantity that has gone in a 
different direction that simply being many." I don't know that that has 
much meaning. Not every possible combination of suffixes has to be 

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