ba'

IPA: baz ] Phoneticbaz ]

pIqaDbaz

1. sit

word type: verb, TKD chapter 4.
intransitive verb: ba' vay'. = Somebody/something sits.

Source

The Klingon Dictionary p. 80

Canon examples

quSDaq ba'lu''a'?
Is this seat taken? (TKD p. 171)

quSDaq bIba'
You sit in a chair.
that is: What you said is quite obvious.
(idiomatic expression, KGT p. 124)

quSDaq ba'
He/she sits in a chair.
that is: What he/she said is quite obvious.
(idiomatic expression, KGT p. 124)

Opposite

Qam stand

2. obvious
word type: Type 6 verb suffix, TKD chapter 4.2.6.

Source

Addendum of The Klingon Dictionary p. 175

Canon examples

nepwI' Daba'.
he/she is obviously lying (TKD p. 175)

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Latest edit: 28 Oct 2019, by KlingonTeacher
Created: 28 Oct 2019, by KlingonTeacher



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