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Klingon WOTD: nagh DIr (noun)

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  • speersd@georgetown.edu
    This is the Klingon Word Of The Day for Monday, February 20, 2006. Category: Body Parts Klingon word: nagh DIr Part of Speech: noun Definition: shell (of
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      This is the Klingon Word Of The Day for Monday, February 20, 2006.

      Category: Body Parts

      Klingon word: nagh DIr
      Part of Speech: noun
      Definition: shell (of an animal)
      Source: KGT (220 KE, 256 EK)
      Swedish: skal (p� ett djur)


      Additional Notes:
      KGT p. 92. The shell of an animal ({nagh DIr}--literally, "rock skin"--not to be confused with {yub} ["husk, rind, peel"], the word applied to the shell of a nut, or {pel'aQ} ["eggshell"]) is commonly separated from the animal meat, fermented, and served at another time.


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    • speersd@georgetown.edu
      This is the Klingon Word Of The Day for Saturday, June 7, 2008. Category: Body Parts Klingon word: nagh DIr Part of Speech: noun Definition: shell (of an
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        This is the Klingon Word Of The Day for Saturday, June 7, 2008.

        Category: Body Parts

        Klingon word: nagh DIr
        Part of Speech: noun
        Definition: shell (of an animal)
        Source: KGT (220 KE, 256 EK)
        Swedish: skal (p� ett djur)


        Additional Notes:
        KGT p. 92. The shell of an animal ({nagh DIr}--literally, "rock skin"--not to be confused with {yub} ["husk, rind, peel"], the word applied to the shell of a nut, or {pel'aQ} ["eggshell"]) is commonly separated from the animal meat, fermented, and served at another time.


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