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|Alphabetical list of Klingonese glossary|
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- tlhIngan Hol word meaning "here" or "hereabout". (TNG novel: The Eyes of the Beholders , DS9 video game: Crossroads of Time)
- Discommendation, a Klingon form of punishment which strips the discommended of all rank and honor, making them a social pariah. The revocation of this punishment is called naDqa'ghach, or "re-commendation". (TNG episode: "Sins of the Father", tlhIngan Hol reference: The Klingon Dictionary)
- tlhIngan Hol word, analogous to "guts" or "nerve" in Federation Standard. It also means "stone". (TOS novel: In the Name of Honor)
- The Rite of Ascension, an important rite of passage in Klingon culture. (TNG episode: "The Icarus Factor", tlhIngan Hol reference: The Klingon Dictionary)
- tlhIngan Hol term for event similarity phenomena-roughly equivalent to déjà vu, in the French language. (TNG episode: "Cause and Effect"; ST reference: Klingon for the Galactic Traveler)
- Klingonaase word meaning "warbringer". See also IKS Novuric. (FASA RPG module: Termination: 1456)
- no' Hol
- Literally meaning "ancestors' language", this tlhIngan Hol term is used to describe archaic Klingon languages. no' Hol is commonly heard during classical operas or age-old ceremonies such as the Rite of Succession. (tlhIngan Hol reference: Klingon for the Galactic Traveler)
- tlhIngan Hol word meaning "coward". The plural form is nuchpu'. (ST reference: The Klingon Dictionary; ST novel: Dark Passions)
- nugh tlhegh
- tlhIngan Hol phrase, referring to something similar to "law" or "legality". It translates to "rope of society." The tlhIngan Hol word for an individual law or the concept of law is chut. (ST novel: Klingon, ST reference: The Klingon Dictionary)
- tlhIngan Hol phrase, meaning roughly "What do you want?". Though not a greeting, it is often cited as the closest thing tlhIngan Hol has to a word for "Hello". (ST reference: Conversational Klingon)
- In Romanized tlhIngan Hol, the digraph ng is used to represent a single Klingon letter, and is thus treated separately from the letter n.
- tlhIngan Hol word meaning "inhabitant". This syllable is commonly found in the Klingon names for various species, such as tlhIngan ("Klingon"), tera'ngan ("Terran"), qarDaSngan ("Cardassian") and vulqangan ("Vulcan").
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