Difference between revisions of "'di dag kun kyang"

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1) all among these, among all of these, all those among these; 2) in all cases, in every case among these; 3) all without exception. Generally the kyang does indeed have a specific meaning which should ideally be translated, other than simply "all". [Erick Tsiknopoulos]