The “Darmok” Glossary
Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra – A danger shared might bring two people together
Darmok and Jalad on the ocean – friendship formed
on the ocean – working/living
Temba, his arms open – give to me/take from me
Temba… at rest – Keep it
his sails unfurled – ???
Sokath, his eyes open – success or understanding
Shaka, when the walls fell – failure
Kiazi’s children, their faces wet – There’s no point in crying… it’s all over but the crying?
Kira at Bashi – tell me/inform me…
Temarc. The river Temarc. In winter – Be still/be quiet/calm down
Zinda! His face black! His eyes red! – I am angry? This is the end? Death approaches?
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his sails unfurled??? I think this may mean to go, or to move.
“Let’s blow this canoe club.”
His Sails Unfurled: We need a regular Love Boat podcast.
I believe Daniel is quite correct. “His sails unfurled” logically indicates what happens to a boat, when it’s sails are unfurled: movement or leaving, specifically.
His sails unfurled: You got it, Bub. Let’s do this thing.
sails unfurled…”go or progress in a certain direction”?
So interesting to have closed captioning. As I recorded these onto VHS back in 1991 when I was 19, there were many times, I thought…”huh??!!” not just this episode either too!!