[tlhIngan Hol] joining multible {-bogh} phrases by {je}

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Thu Jun 9 05:59:08 PDT 2022

On 6/9/2022 8:00 AM, D qunen'oS wrote:
> There's the Ca'Non:
> Qu' buSHa'chugh SuvwI', batlhHa' vangchugh, qoj matlhHa'chugh, pagh 
> ghaH SuvwI''e'
> If a warrior ignores duty, acts dishonorably, or is disloyal, he is 
> nothing
> Now suppose I write:
> HoSbogh Suvqangbogh 'ej matlhbogh vay'
> someone who is strong willing to fight and loyal
> Quchbogh Do'bogh vay' 'ej quvmoHlu'bogh.
> someone who is happy, fortunate and honored
> According to the Ca'Non sentence, I think that the above are correct, 
> since the Ca'Non sentence shows that only one {'ej} is necessary.
> But am I right? Are the above indeed correct?

*HoSbogh vay', Suvqangbogh, 'ej matlhbogh
*/someone who is strong, willing to fight, and loyal/

The second one doesn't work like this because *vay'* is the subject of 
*Quchbogh* and *Do'bogh* but not of *quvmoHlu'bogh.* You have to split 
this into multiple phrases.

*Quchbogh vay' 'ej Do'bogh vIlegh. ghaH quvmoHlu' je.
*/I see someone who is happy and fortunate. He/she is also honored./

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