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NEW CANONICAL KLINGON WORDS

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The words listed here are missing from the dictionary (added later by Dr. Okrand) or were expanded upon after its publication. This is list is compiled and maintained by Lieven L. Litaer, also known as the "Klingon Teacher from Germany". Note that some of these words might still be a little unsure, and the list is subject to additions, deletions, and emendations as our knowledge increases. Please send us suggestions for additional entries, realizing that only words from confirmed Okrand sources will be accepted, and the source must be cited.


nIq (v) weave
     Maltz has heard of using sticks when doing a certain kind of weaving, but he didn't know a name for that other than weaving.
    (Facebook message to De'vID, 28 october 2014)

toSwI' qal'aq (n) climbing apparatus, jungle gym
     The word qal'aq means frame, framework, supporting structure, skeleton.
    (qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)

Deq (v) be erstwhile, former, prior, ex-
     There is also an idiomatic use of that verb, for example Deq SuvwI' is similar to the english expression "That warrior is history".
    (qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)

mey' (n) polygon
loS reD mey'quadrilateral
vagh reD mey'pentagon
...etc.
(qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)

meyrI' (n) square
    (revealed at qep'a' 12 in 2005; http://klingon.livejournal.com/2005/08/01/)

letbaQ (n) rectangle
    (qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)

DujtlhuQ (n) star (shape, polygon - not in sky)
    (qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)

ra'Duch (n) triangle
ra'Duch tIQequilateral triangle [all three sides are equal]
ra'Duch quvisosceles triangle [two sides of equal length]
vayya'isosceles triangle [two sides of equal length]
(qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)

'Impey' (n) pyramid
qu'vu'three-sided base pyramid [tetrahedron]
loS reD 'Impey'four-sided base pyramid
vagh reD 'Impey'five-sided base pyramid
...etc.
(qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)

other geometric shapes:
buq'Ircube
ra'Duch tutprism (three-sided base)
gho tutcylinder
gho 'Impey'cone
(qepHom Saarbrücken through Skype, 25 january 2014)


QISmaS (n) Christmas (name of a terran holiday)
     Maltz thought that people who know about Christmas would understand that.
    (email to Lieven, 15 november 2013)

days of the week
    The traditional Klingon week contains six days. Since Klingon lacked a word for an additional day, they just called it by a number: jaj wa' "Day 1". [=Sunday]
DaSjajMonday
povjajTuesday
ghItlhjajWednesday
loghjajThursday
buqjajFriday
ghInjajSaturday
lojmItjajSaturday

    The longer form (lojmItjaj) tends to be used on formal occasions while both long and short are used, seemingly indiscriminately, otherwise.
    (qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

qorgh (v) to stop up, to fill a hole
    You can stop up a hole, but not fill it in with dirt. That would be teb.
    (interview on 10 october, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

chuD (n) people, kin, member of the same group or tribe or clan (very similar to vInDa')
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

bam (v) face, have the prospect of having to deal with
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

lIb (v) loom, be impending, imminent
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

vum (n) contemptible or despicable person, scumbag, bastard
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

chIw (v) express, embody, exude, epitomize
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

chIvo' (n) total dishonor, absolute lack of honor
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

Hey (v) battle or fight against one's own group (not the supposed enemy)
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

peq (v) slaughter (connotes intention, targeting specific victims)
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

vInDa' (n) compatriot, community member, cohort, fellow citizen
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

wID (v) massacre (connotes indiscriminate killing)
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

Dojmey (n) mass, masses, multitude, a very large but indeterminate group of something (people or otherwise)
    This word is derived from Doj "batch, pile, heap, accumulation" plus -mey, the general plural suffix. Even if referring only to beings capable of using language, one would normally not say Dojpu'.
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

naH (v) be hostile, malicious, unfriendly, antagonistic
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

jIvvo' (n) criminal, villain, malefactor
    This word is similar to HeSwI' "criminal". HeSwI' is used to refer to someone who breaks a law; jIvvo' connotes, in addition, being evil.
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

ghach (v) lurk, lie in wait, lie low
    ready to ambush, for example; hidden but posing a threat
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

yI' (v) speak in an honorable or respectful fashion
    (Star Trek Into Darkness, revealed on qepHom wa'maH cha', 07 november 2013)

jentu' (n) flightless aquatic bird
     So penguin is tera' jentu
    (Pat Duff on twitter, 11 august 2013)

Qumran (n) scroll
     Maltz told me the word for "scroll" was Qumran, by the way.
     [referring to a letter written on a long piece of paper]
    (email to Lieven, 3 june 2013)


petqaD (n) a medical device
     ... used by the "surgeon [...] using a petqaD to bond broken bones in place [...]"
    (Haynes Klingon Bird of Prey manual, p. 107, November 2012)
     Maltz said it was a good word, though sort of technical.
    (email to Lieven, 13 december 2012)

weQmoQnaQ (n) world wide web
     he [Maltz] did say that the closest thing to "World Wide Web" is weQmoQnaQ [...] This is not the same thing as the Internet.
    (email to Lieven, 11 November 2012)

jaSHa' (adv) similarly, in the same way, likewise
    When asked if jaSHa' and pe'vIlHa' were okay, Okrand said, "Why wouldn't they be?".
    (qep'a' wa'maH HutDIch, august 2012 [view reference])

    This word had been first used in the deleted Klingon scenes of Star Trek 2009.
    (Interview with Marc Okrand [view reference])

pe'vIlHa'(adv) gently, weakly
    When asked if jaSHa' and pe'vIlHa' were okay, Okrand said, "Why wouldn't they be?".
    (qep'a' wa'maH HutDIch, august 2012 [view reference])

QI (n) bridge (as in over a river)
    Maltz said that would apply to the kind of rope bridge you described (as well as more substantial bridges).
    (email to Qov, 13 august 2012)

wIl (n) spike
    (email to Qov, 13 august 2012)

Hut'In vIl (n) screw
    The word for "screw" is Hut'In vIl, which is, of course, a ridgy Hut'In.
    (email to Qov, 13 august 2012)

Hut'In (n) nail
    (email to Qov, 13 august 2012)

la'SIv (n) turtle, tortoise
    Maltz told me about a Klingon animal that's kind of turtle-like called a la'SIv. So maybe "turtle" is tera' la'SIv.
    (email to loghaD, 3 august 2012)

'I'SeghIm (n) curmudgeon
    (email to Lieven, 27 march 2012)

taSman (n) ditch
    (email to Agnieszka, 15 january 2012)

jaQ (v) be deep
    so "shallow" would be jaQHa', but there may be another word for that he [Maltz] wasn't telling me.
    (email to Agnieszka, 15 january 2012)

wan (v) be straight
    so "crooked" or "bent" would be wanHa'.
    (email to Agnieszka, 15 january 2012)

ghantoH (n) model, example, pattern
    Maltz is assuming this refers to something one copies or refers to in making things -- or something along those lines.
    (email to Agnieszka, 15 january 2012)

majyang (n) tile
    (email to Lieven, 9 january 2012)

mutlh (v) construct, assemble, put together
    (email to Lieven, 9 january 2012)

mutlhwI' (n) [untranslated]
    A mutlhwI' puts things together. So a ngogh mutlhwI' is not (necessarily) someone who makes bricks, but someone who takes bricks that are already made and assembles them into something (such as a building).
    - ngogh mutlhwI' bricklayer
    - majyang mutlhwI' tiler
    - beb mutlhwI' roofer
    - 'och mutlhwI' plumber
    - 'ul pat mutlhwI' electrician
    (email to Lieven, 9 january 2012)

qatlhDa' (n) water pipe
    The kind that carries water from place to place, not what you use for smoking.
    (email to Lieven, 9 january 2012)

tlhIm (n) carpet, rug, also: blanket
    A tlhIm covers some sort of surface. tlhIm is commonly used for a fabric wall hanging (that might, for example, have a picture of the Klingon emblem on it). If a piece of cloth is displayed at the end of a pole, it is considered a joqwI' ("flag").
    (email to Lieven, 9 january 2012)

vel (v) cover, coat, mask
    One can say rav vel tlhIm (the carpet covers the floor). When you lay a carpet, you don't use the verb mutlh. To say "lay a carpet," use rav velmeH tlhIm lo'.
    (email to Lieven, 9 january 2012)

velwI' (n) coverer, coater, masker
    The person who lays the carpet.
    (email to Lieven, 9 january 2012)

wejwa' (n) taste, flavor
    (email to Agnieszka, 2 january 2012)

pIQHa' (v) be indirect, be roundabout, be devious
    So pIQ would be "be direct."
    (email to Agnieszka, 2 january 2012)

'o'wen (n) double agent
jey'naS ghoqwI' (n, slang) double agent
    Maltz said the non-slang term 'o'wen could also be used for "double agent," but its meaning is a bit broader -- it's used to refer to someone (or something) of ambiguous status. As Maltz put it, "You're not quite sure if it's this or that. You think it's one thing, and it may be, but it may be another."
    (email to Agnieszka, 2 january 2012)

QemjIq (n) hole (like a hole in the ground or in a tree)
    You can fill (teb) a QemjIq, but not a qung.
    (email to Agnieszka, 2 january 2012)


chIm (v) be drained
    [referring to dilithium crystals; addition to known meanings]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

ghay (v) spray, [bombard?]
    [can take {jorwI'} as its object]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

jorwI' (n) bomb
    [extension of "n. explosive" meaning]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

le'mIS (n) blockade
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

mI' nagh (n) playing dice, die
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

ngay' (n) glory
    wo' ngay' bochoqmeH bowIvlu'pu'! - You have been chosen to preserve the glory of the Empire!
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

qarDaSQa' (n) Cardassian Union
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

qav'ap (n) value
    mortgage value - voHDajbo' qav'ap
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

qa' (v) replace
    Klingon forces replace original Monopoly bills. - Quj wa'DIch Monopoly Huch nav qa' tlhIngan QaS.
    [This verb has only been used in the noun {qa'meH vIttlhegh} so far, derived from quvqa'meH; here it's a verb.]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

Qej (v) [?cherish?]
    Qo'noS romuluS je boSuqlaH. vabDot tera' Qejbogh DIvI' ram boSuqlaH.
    Kronos, Romulus and even the puny Federation's precious Earth are all up for grabs.
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

QujwI' lIw (n) game token, lit. player stand-in
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

rIt (v) summon
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

ron (v) roll, be rolling
    [of playing dice; addition to known meaning as aircraft term)
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

ronmoH (v) roll, throw
    [playing dice]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

ruDelya' rop'a' (n) Rudellian plague
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

SIbI'Ha' (adv) later, eventually
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

tlhapqa' (v) retrieve
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

tlhIngan 'IH qaD (n) Klingon beauty contest
    [lit. "Contest of handsome Klingon"; 'IH does not mean "beauty" here]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

vabDot (adv) even, including, also
    [the right meaning of this word is not yet clear]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

velqa' (n) replica
    Qang naQ velqa' - Chancellor's Cane Replica.
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

vey (n) set, pack, package
    veymey puS neH chenmoHlu'pu' - Limited Edition. [lit. "only few sets have been made."]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

wun (v) be unprotected, be vulnerable
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

'echlet (n) board
    game board - Quj 'echlet.
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

'echletHom (n) card
    [Can be used for playing cards and for a postcard]
    (Klingon Monopoly, published 1 November 2011)

qoSta' (n) strip, tape (not necessarily sticky)
    (untranslated in TalkNow-CD, suggestion for a translation by SuStel, 2 November 2011)v

'aplo' (n) container, box
    (untranslated in TalkNow-CD, suggestion for a translation by SuStel, 2 November 2011)

Please note:
    The following words have been revealed in the TalkNow! Learn Klingon CD, available from eurotalk Ltd. The words were released with the software on 30 September 2011. The CD contains many compound nouns and noun-noun constructions to describe terran thing from a Klingon point of view (e.g. train = lupwI' mIr, lit. "transporter chain"). Since these are no new Klingon words, they are not listed here.

QIn 'echletHom
De' jengva'
wab qoSta' 'aplo'
mIllogh qonwI'
HaSta jIH
Se'tu'
'ul 'aplo'mey
       postcard
compact disc, CD
cassette
camera
television
saucepan
batteries


'aSralya'


Australia
qa'naDa' Canada
jungwoq China
Denmargh Denmark
maSIr Egypt
SuwomIy Finland
vIraS France
DoyIchlan Germany
'elaDya' Greece
maDyar Hungary
barat India
yISra'el Israel
'Italya' Italy
nIpon Japan
nu'SIylan New Zealand
noregh Norway
portughal Portugal
raSya' Russia
'eSpanya' Spain
Suverya' Sweden
ne'Derlan Netherlands
turIqya' Turkey
tuqjIjQa' United Kingdom
'amerI'qa' SepjIjQa' United States of America


qo'la' 'awje'
ray' tIr
tomat naHmey
meyIS tIr
menggho' naH
banan naH
'epIl naHmey
qe'rot 'oQqar
per naHmey
Su'ghar qutmey
nIm tlhagh
Sutra'ber naHmey
'anyan 'oQqar
raSber naHmey
ghIrep naHmey
patat 'oQqarmey
gharlIq 'oQqar
pItSa' chab
pIlam naH
      

cola
rice
tomatoes
sweet corn
mango
banana
apples
carrot
pears
sugar
butter
strawberries
onion
raspberries
grapes
potatoes
garlic
pizza
plum
    (TalkNow - Learn Klingon!, revealed 30 September 2011)

Qur (n) structure, organization, anatomy
    It means the way things fit together or the arrangement of the parts of something bigger.
    (qepHom 2011, Email to Lieven of 25 October 2011)

renwI' (n) architect
    (qepHom 2011, Email to Lieven of 25 October 2011)

ren (v) design, map out, plan
    (qepHom 2011, Email to Lieven of 25 October 2011)

'IvtIH (n) hip
    (qep'a' 2011 [report missing source])

rajma' (n) kidney
    (qep'a' 2011 [report missing source])

'eQway (n) belly button
    (qep'a' 2011 [report missing source])

cha'neH (n) forearm
    (qep'a' 2011 [report missing source])

Se'vIr malja' (n) publishing house
    (found at the publisher's page of the paq'batlh; Added: 24 October 2011)

Se'vIr (n) publication
    "a publication of any kind (print or otherwise)"
    (email to the publisher of paq'batlh, Added: 24 October 2011)

jul (n) sun
    This is a general term for a planet's sun. It is not the name of a specific sun.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

pan (v) spark, emit sparks
    As the duel between Kahless and Molor continues, the opera repeats a phrase several times: {pan qeylIS betleH 'ej jach molor 'etlh} "Kahless's batlh'etlh sparks and Molor's sword roars." I might not be remembering the lyrics exactly, so please don't take them as perfect canon.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

le'yo' (n) pride
    Just to be clear, this describes an emotion, as opposed to a tribe of lions.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

nqIq (n) singular one, individual one
    There were two distinct examples of this word's use seen in the opera. One of them was obviously detailing how a group of warriors was killed one at a time: {ngIq nuv luHoH} "they killed the warriors one by one." The other was a thrice-repeated {ngIq tonSaw lo' 'ej...} "in one single move, he...", making it clear that each of several results was the result of the same action. I surmise that {ngIq} by itself could mean "the one and only". Again, I didn't copy the lyrics, and what I have written here is probably not exactly what was on the pages we inspected.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

Hun (n) /Khrun/, type of animal
    I didn't read that section of the opera myself, but I think I heard someone say it was a fast animal. The khrun is described in other resources as a Klingon riding animal. Note: this isn't the way we saw it in the draft of the opera. After being reminded that the name of the animal had been given a tlhIngan Hol rendering in Keith DeCandido's book "A Burning House", Marc Okrand decided to use the already published spelling.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

QIncha' (n) /Krincha/, type of animal
    The English accompanying the opera said "Krincha, short and fierce". I found references to a "Krencha" in several places, including the KLI's Extended Corpus Project and the Memory Beta wiki. It is described as a large, quick lizard native to Qo'noS, variously said to have either four or six legs. I suspect that the opera's author intended to invoke that animal but misspelled its name.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

yIr (v) gather
    This was used in a command for a warrior to gather his armor and weapons before a battle. Before seeing this word, I might have used {boS} "collect" to refer to packing for a trip. Now, {yIr} seems a better choice.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

'o (excl) Oh!
    {'o} appears before a name used as direct address. As we saw it used, it acted a little like a vocative prefix: {'o qeylIS, qeylIS, qeylIS...} It seems to be an honorific exclamation, or maybe it's just used for direct address in general and doesn't actually have the implication of deference or reverence that I inferred. If it hadn't been consistently present when the opera "speaks to" Kahless, and consistently absent when it "speaks to" Molor, I might have ignored it as an unimportant background sound. English has almost exactly the same sound with pretty much the same meaning: "O Mouse, do you know the way out of this pool? I am very tired of swimming about here, O Mouse!" (from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)

wel (v) owe (someone)
    When someone has earned a reward but the prize is not yet available to be given, the person in charge of presenting it can say {qawel} "I owe you." It is probably also appropriate when you have convinced someone to give you some service or product with the understanding that you will pay for it later.
    (email from ghunchu'wI' to the KLI's email discussion group on 22 August 2011)


luHwI' tIH (n) tractor beam
    [an linear graviton beam used by starships and space stations to control the movement of external objects]
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 15 November 2010)

ngogh tun (n) pillow
    Maltz first said that Klingons don't have pillows and he wondered why anyone would want one. But he's seen them (somewhere) and knows what they are. So when pushed -- "If you have to call it something, what would you call it?" -- he said {ngogh tun}.
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 15 November 2010)

tIr ngogh (n) bread
    While thinking about food, he added that the word for "bread" is tIr ngogh.
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 15 November 2010)

ngogh (n) block, lump, brick
    Maltz said he's seen humans eating yuch ngoghmey and found that strange.
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 15 November 2010)

buq (n) bag, sack, pouch, pocket
    When clarity is needed, one could say, for example, yopwaH buq "pants pouch" or wep buq "coat pouch" for "pants pocket" or "coat pocket," but when the context is clear, buq alone would suffice for "pocket."
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 15 November 2010)

mIllogh (n) image, picture
    any sort of depiction, including drawings, photographs, cartoons, icons on 21st-century computers, and so on.
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 15 November 2010)

ghIn (n) monastery
    This is a pretty general term for a religious community (and the term "religious" could be interpreted in various ways as well), so it can be modified. A ghIn'a' would be a pretty important monastery, for example.
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 15 November 2010)

While a ghIn could be a single building if that's all the monastery was, it could also refer to a group of buildings and accompanying grounds (gardens or whatever) -- the whole defined area where the members of the religious community live or work or do whatever they do there. It doesn't mean the group of people.
    (qepHom 2010, email to Lieven, 7 january 2011)


pu'jIn (n) map; plan

[i.e. construction plan, drawing, blueprint; addition to known meaning as "map") He [Maltz] did know the word for "plan" (the big piece of paper). He said it's pu'jIn -- same as the word for "map."
    (email to Lieven on 20 november 2009)

vIlle' (n) minion
    The noun {vIlle'} means something close to "minion". [The word in English is often used to refer to a loyal or even fawning servant of someone who is typically considered powerful. Compare with "henchman", who has the same general job but is usually a mercenary.]
    (qep'a' 2009; http://www.kli.org/tlhIngan-Hol/2009/July/msg00191.html)

vIl (n) something which is "just there"
    The noun {vIl} is hard to define. Maltz had given a description of something which was immediately recognized as a speed bump by everyone present, but it was apparently intended not as an actual definition but as an example of something which is "just there". There is obviously an etymological relationship with and {vIlle'}, which is currently the best clue we have to its true meaning. ["Groupie" and "entourage" were suggested by those present at the time, but Marc didn't think they fit.]
    (qep'a' 2009; http://www.kli.org/tlhIngan-Hol/2009/July/msg00191.html)


nIyma' (n) "phantom" or "apparition"
    something that seems to appear, but isn't really there. It's not the same as {qa'} "ghost," which is the spirit of a dead person.
    (email to Lieven on 23 November 2008)

wIlpuq (n) pudding
    (to Lawrence M. Schoen at qep'a' 2008)

DoS chIl (v) expression to say "to digress"
     So "I digress" would be {DoS vIchIl}.
    (to Lawrence M. Schoen on 28 July 2008)


qolqoS (n) core, the (important) core of a group
    (qep'a' 2007; http://www.kli.org/tlhIngan-Hol/2007/August/msg00021.html)

pu'jIn (n) map
    [big piece of paper showing streets etc.]
    (qep'a' 2007)

    [construction plan, drawing, blueprint; addition to known meaning as "map")
    (email to Lieven on 20 november 2009)


'elI'jaH (n) unexpected / uninvited guest
    (written into Agnieszka's notebook at qep'a' 2006)


the following is the latest new word of the KLI's new words list, on which we like to follow up:

bop (v) be about, be concerned with
    Got this from http://www.livejournal.com/community/klingon/ entry August 1, 2005 by ubykhlives Example: {HolQeD bopbe' paqvam} = "This book is not about linguistics."
    (qep'a' wa'maH cha'DIch, Added: 15 December 2005)



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