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Jolan tru (sometimes transliterated as jolan true) was a greeting used in the Romulan language. Romulans would say this to each other as a greeting and as a parting which meant "find peace" or "may your day be filled with peace." (ENT episode & novelization: United;TNG episode & novelization: Unification; TLE novel: Serpents Among the Ruins, TOS novel: Captain's Blood)

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