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|Alphabetical list of Klingonese glossary|
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- Klingon word for "well done". (DS9 episode: "Sons and Daughters", DS9 novelization: Call to Arms...)
- "Martok degh, to-Duj degh, bat-LEH degh, mat-LEH degh."
- "Badge of Martok, badge of courage, badge of honor, badge of loyalty.” (DS9 episode: "Sons and Daughters")
- tlhIngan Hol word meaning "bridge", referring to the bridge of a ship. (tlhIngan Hol reference: The Klingon Dictionary)
- tlhIngan Hol term referring to a Klingon proceeding where evidence is presented. It is sometimes transliterated as mek'ba. (TLE novel: The Art of the Impossible; TNG episode: "Sins of the Father")
- tlhIngan Hol verb which translates to "stop" or "cease". There is a related command interjection, mevyap, meaning "Stop! That's enough!" (TOS novel: First Frontier, DS9 episode: "The House of Quark")
- tlhIngan Hol word for "eye". The Klingon idiom of "looking for a mIn in a gagh pit" was similar to trying to find a needle in a haystack. (ST reference: The Klingon Dictionary; DS9 novels: The Left Hand of Destiny, Book Two)
- tlhIngan Hol verb that is often translated as "dance", though it is really much more general than that. It could also refer to exercising, doing calisthenics, stretching or performing just about any physical activity without any immediate goal apart from the activity itself. (tlhIngan Hol reference: Klingon for the Galactic Traveler)
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