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Tellaran (also known as Tellarite) is the language of the Tellarite civilization.

By the 24th century, Tellaran language is a second year elective course at Starfleet Academy. (FASA RPG module: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual)

Due to the large number of Starfleet encounters with Tellarites beginning in the 22nd century, when the Tellarites joined the Coalition of Planets and then the Federation, many members of Starfleet are schooled in spoken Tellarite. Notable personnel with instruction in this language included in their service records include Hikaru Sulu. (FASA RPG module: Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook)

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Profane term of unclear translation which was used as an exclamation. (TNG novels: The Buried Age, Losing the Peace)
Term of unclear translation which was used in an insulting manner. Not to be confused with the Federation Standard phrase "(to) muck up". (TOS novel: The Rift)
'inedible' or 'tastes lousy'. This word was used to refer to things that did not work or were non-functional. (FASA RPG module: The Klingons)
snah phu
Term of unclear translation which was used in an insulting manner. Not to be confused with the Federation Standard slang term "snafu". (TOS novel: The Rift)



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