bIt

IPA: bit ]

pIqaDbit

be nervous, uneasy

word type: verb used as adjective, TKD chapter 4.4.
transitivity: A verb used as an adjective cannot take an object.

Source

The Klingon Dictionary p. 81

Canon examples

bIt; tI'qa' vIghro' rur
nervous as a tika cat (KGT p. 132)

Expanded examples

bIbIt
You are nervous. (Star Trek Continuum (KLS))

See also

jot be calm

Category: verb    

Latest edit: 19 Sep 2019, by KlingonTeacher
Created: 19 Sep 2019, by KlingonTeacher



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