There are also a few more words related to schools or academic pursuits.
The most general word for "school" (a place for learning) is DuSaQ A
Specialized school, perhaps translatable as "academy," is 'ampaS. An
organization dedicated to scholastic pursuits or research is a yejHaD
"institute" or "institution" or a yej'an "society." The distinction between yejHaD and yej'an is not clear, though the former is usually -- but not
always -- used for larger organizations. It is not known whether the first
syllable of these words (yej) is yej "council, assembly," but there could be
some historic connection. Note that nugh "society" has a much broader
meaning: a group of people with a shared culture. Accordingly, tlhIngan
nugh would mean "Klingon society" as distinguished from, say, Romulan
society, but tlhIngan yej'an would probably be "the Klingon Society," a
group dedicated to the study of Klingons.
2. Negative Adverbials?
The word for "dishonorably" is batlhHa'. This is clearly the adverbial batlh "in an honored fashion" plus a suffix -Ha', which might be analyzed
as the negative suffix that follows verbs or else as a suffix identical in form
(and meaning?) to it, but which appears with adverbials.
Whether this -Ha' can he added to all adverbials is not clear. The notes
taken while working with Maltz indicate that he balked at vajHa' ("not
thus") but accepted Do'Ha' "unfortunately." Information on other
adverbials has not yet been uncovered, though it is probably in the notes