Translation:We are getting up.
Does Hu' also work in the context of waking/getting up in the morning, or does it mean strictly the act of rising from a supine (or prone) position? Of course, there is the separate verb vem "to wake up," but I was wondering if Hu' also covers getting up first thing in the morning - or at least, after sleeping - as well as at any time of day.
qatlho'! Your QongDaq? really? :-D
Then again, Klingon was created in the 1960s. There were sit-ins and and love-ins and laugh-ins, so I guess a "sleep-in" (place in which to sleep) would not have been terribly farfetched. ;-)
On the other hand, I suppose I should not be too surprised that Klingons might not have a shared concept of a soft, warm, comfy piece of furniture designed strictly for sleeping ...
It is to be understood that modern Klingon has developed out of earlier forms, and a lot of the words that appear to be complex words made of other words cannot necessarily be analyzed as such. When a word like QongDaq is given to us, we must accept it as a form already lexicalized by Klingons.