[tlhIngan Hol] combining {-meH} and {-bogh} on {-meH}'ed and {-bogh}'ed nouns

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Tue Apr 26 07:27:10 PDT 2022

On 4/26/2022 8:13 AM, D qunen'oS wrote:
> muSIghbe' nepbogh 'ej tojmeH mu'meylIj
> your lying and deceiving words don't deceive me
> Would that be correct? Could we create a noun which is both {-meH}'ed and {-bogh}'ed?

You can make a noun that participates in both a relative cause and a 
purpose clause, but I don't believe you can *'ej* them.

You can't say, for instance, *nepbogh 'ej tojmeH* /which lies and for 

You CAN say *nepbogh tojmeH mu'meylIj* /your words for deceiving which lie./

But why would you want to say it this way? Why not say *nepbogh 
mu'meylIj 'ej tojbogh* /your words which lie and which deceive?/

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