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Extended Corpus

Klingon Extended Corpus Project

The Extended Corpus Project is an attempt to catalogue words attributed to Klingon from sources connected to Star Trek but not (necessarily) to tlhIngan Hol. Most of the words here are not properly part of the Klingon language as considered by speakers of the language (they even have sounds not in Klingon), but have been presented as instances of Klingon, both in otherwise authorized Star Trek sources (e.g., the hundreds of novels of Star Trek fiction), or unauthorized fan sources. The ECP was formed in the interests of completion and is an ongoing effort, one which (unlike most KLI projects) does not require extensive knowledge of the language. If you’d like to assist in this effort, contact Felix Malmenbeck, the current project coordinator.


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K'ajii
n
The Klingon philosophy of the warrior's path.
TR p.80
k'atha
n
A Klingon bladed weapon. According to Klingon law, an individual disobeying orders would, if caught, be forced to run barefoot over k'atha blades. If he saves his leader's life with such disobedience, he would be permitted a pair of sandals.
DH p.148
K'Ber
proper name
A Klingon boy, grandson of Kerdoch.
DOH4-TL p.276
K'chjne
n
Name of a Klingon Frigate that self destructed, rather than be captured, following an engagement with the USS Cyane and the US Reprisal.
SSF
K'chss
n
Name of a Klingon "hunter-killer" class ship. The K'chss was defeated by the USS Tori during the Taal Tan Offensive.
SSF
K'Daq
proper name
Klingon member of the house of Vrag.
DOH2-AS p.259
K'Ehleyr
proper name
Formally Klingon ambassador to the Federation. K'Ehleyr was romantically involved with Worf resulting in a son, Alexander Rozhenko.
DOH1-AB p.25
K'hanakh
n
A class of Klingon Bird-of-Prey. They are smaller than the Akif or K'Tinga class ships, but they have a lot more firepower.
TRW p.47
K'hanq
proper name
Klingon information broker for Chancellor Gowron. He was killed by Gowron following a suspected Romulan assassination attempt.
TI2 p.210
k'hartagh
n
Reference to a sort of Klingon holy man; one who seeks peace in maintaining the balance between predator and prey. They are very common in Klingon nature preserves.
TR p.83
K'hemren
proper name
Klingon warrior of high caste from an old, distinguished house. He was responsible for setting the stage in an attempt to start a war between the Federation and the Romulans.
R3-S p.127
K'kam
proper name
Klingon warrior and scientist serving aboard the Kruge commanded by Captain K'Vada. K'kam was also a passionate mate of the Captain.
U p.59
k'Kharis
proper name
Great Klingon opera singer, a tenor. He was killed onstage, during his aria in X and Y, when the soprano declared a blood feud due to a salary dispute. There were three days of street fighting afterwards.
DM p.85
K'Lan
n
A Klingon warship of the KDF. Toq had served aboard it.
DI p.10
K'lavut
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the IKS Vo'taq: a Klingon battlecruiser. Captain K'lavut ambushed the USS Gagarin and captured 28 of her crew before she was self destructed.
INOH p.10
K'lotek
proper name
Member of the Klingon High Council. K'lotek is old friends with Komor because they served together aboard a battlecruiser when they were young. Following the release of the Federation prisoners at Pao'la, K'lotek steps down from the High Council.
INOH p.96
K'lss
n
Name of a Klingon battle skiff (frigate) that was damaged during an engagement with the USS Akitsu.
SSF
K'luth
n
Name of a weapon used to test the bravery of Klingon warriors. The K'luth counted down from 100 to 0 and then exploded in a neural disruption pattern over a 50' radius killing everything within that area. In reality, the K'luth was nothing more than a countdown timer used by Captain Picard to extract information from Gul Madred.
SOTL p.254
K'mach
n
Name of one of the two stars/sunsof QuI'Tu.
DOH4-TL p.5
K'mak
proper name
Klingon warrior from the House of qabSan. He began his service in the IKN aboard the IKS pIlmoH along the Romulan border. Transfered to the IKS ram'a' as a gunner along the Tholian border. Awarded the Token of the Mek'leth for outstanding service during the tegh poqet Crisis. Promoted to Captain and assigned to the Qabjech Exploratory Fleet. During his tour of duty in the QEF, he earned a promotion to Brigadier. He now serves as an instructor at the Academy.
STKA p.26-27
K'Marrh
proper name
Klingon warrior and grandfather of Klor. He married a human woman from a Federation world.
FFS p.18
K'Mpec
proper name
Klingon warrior.
STKA p.272
K'mqar
n
Name of a Klingon warship. M'Raq was serving aboard as its First Officer.
DI p.147
K'naiah
proper name
Klingon warrior; father of Kang.
MBK2-C p.133
K'Plok
proper name
Klingon master of the bat'leth until, while demonstrating an overhead reverse thrust, he sneezed and decapitated himself. This caused the audience to burst into laughter, and K'Plok was immortalized as K'Plop, the greatest Klingon comedian ever known.
TI2 p.44
K'Porak
proper name
Klingon warrior.
STKA p.272
K'pril
proper name
Son of Korpi. A former Klingon scientist, now a Klingon warrior.
SNW II p.115
K'rad
proper name
Klingon warrior with the rank of Lieutenant serving at the auxiliary tactical station aboard the battlecruiser IKS Gr'oth commanded by Captain Koloth.
TEW p.94
k'Roth ch'Kor
n
The term for the Klingon Trident; the symbol of the Empire.
M2-WOP p.34
K'Stek Nak
n
Name of a Klingon cruiser and a member of General Martoks' taskforce to planet Helena.
DHQ p.252
K'Tal
proper name
Klingon diplomat and member of the Klingon High Council. Uncle of Captain Kargan of the IKV Pagh.
DI p.68
K'Tar
proper name
Klingon woman. K'Tar was the wife of Torghn and the mother of Pok.
STK p.22
K'Taran
proper name
Klingon girl about 14 years old. K'Taran was a member of the house of Vrag and granddaughter of Rekan.
DOH2-AS p.106
K'tchar
n
A new class of warp engines used exclusively on K'teremny class destroyers.
SD p.1025
K'tel
proper name
Klingon leader often referred to as "The Terrible". He was responsible for starting the first Klingon nuclear war.
FFS p.181
K'teremny
n
A new class of Klingon Destroyer.
SD p.1020
k'Thatic
n
Klingon ritualistic disembowlment that involves intricate sword maneuvering.
M1-FTN p.50
K'Ton
proper name
Klingon warrior and father of M'Raq.
DI p.146
K'tran
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as Captain of the IKS Terthos, a Klingon escort vessel.
INOH p.58
K'trk
n
Name of a Klingon battle skiff (frigate) that was damaged during an engagement with the USS Akitsu.
SSF
k'truyg
n
A Klingon food item which is very pungent and tart.
DP p.56
K'Tuj
n
Name of one of the two stars/sunsof QuI'Tu.
DOH4-TL p.5
K'utuul
n
Name of a Klingon "hunter-killer" class ship. The K'utuul was defeated by the USS Tori during the Taal Tan Offensive.
SSF
K'vyr
proper name
Klingon warrior serving aboard the IKV Terthos commanded by Captain K'tran as Engineering Officer. K'vyr holds the rank of Lieutenant.
INOH p.264
K'zeq
proper name
Klingon warrior and former Commander of the Klingon prison on Pao'la. K'zeq now lives on Don'zali IV, a Klingon agricultural colony world, in the Jlinzegh' province.
INOH p.125
Kaadra
proper name
Klingon Empress succeeding Karsht, and his executioner.
GL p.10
Kaandal
proper name
Klingon warrior and aide-de-camp to Kor aboard the battlecruiser Klothos.
TOS p.58
Kaas
proper name
Klingon warrior and both Science Officer and First Officer aboard Kor's battlecruiser Klothos.
Tt p.125
Kablanti
proper name
A Klingon farmer on QuI'Tu and one of it's defenders. He died defending his home and his field with his weapon still in his hand.
DOH4-TL p.147
Kad'nra
n
Name of a Klingon bird-of-prey spacecraft commanded by Captain Vheled.
FOF p.42/78
KaDach
proper name
A Klingon warrior, father of Kerdoch.
DOH4-TL p.20
Kadar
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the Imperial Klingon battlecruiser HIv SuH.
FF p.8
Kaden vestai-Oparai
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the IKV Fire Blossom a D-7c battlecruiser. He previously served as an Ensign aboard a B-5 destroyer during the Wars of Internal Dissension.
HMJTP p.13
Kadi
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the D4 cruiser IKV Death Hand. Captain Kadi went down with his ship in Romulan space following an incomplete rescue of his crew by Captain Kodon of the IKV Blue Fire.
TFR p.86
Kadrya
proper name
Klingon warrior and Emperor of almost 60 years of age. Emperor Kadrya chose to have a crown of iron.
TFR p.190
kafei
n
Klingon translation of Human coffee.
TFR p.60
Kafter
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as Gunnery Officer aboard the IKV Fencer under Captain Krenn.
TFR p.99
Kaged
proper name
Klingon warrior and Fleet Leader. Kaged is the Commandant of all Klingon forces in the Trellisane system. He is killed in a revolt of native Sealons.
TTC p.124
Kagga
proper name
Klingon warrior and General. General Kagga was sentenced to death for rebellion. He was allowed to ascend the throne for 20th part of one day, then he was executed on that throne. His crown had been branded to his forehead.
TFR p.190
KaHanb
proper name
A Klingon farmer on QuI'Tu and one of it's defenders.
DOH4-TL p.30
Kahaq
proper name
Klingon warrior and one of Kor's officers. He died in the heat on QuI'Tu.
DOH4-TL p.105
Kahless
n
Name of a Klingon battlecruiser commanded by Commander Ekthorn.
PAS p.248
Kahlesste kaase
phrase
A Klingon term that means "Kahless's Hand". This phrase refers back to Kahless tying his hand to his command chair with his sash in order that none might say he fled before his crew/This is meant to show one's determination to die with one's ship or to show that one is not a coward.
ROE p.196/TFR p.77
Kahlest
proper name
Name of a Klingon woman who was the nursemaid to Worf.
EOB p.152
Kahlex
proper name
Klingon warrior and older twin brother of Tirax. Kahlex served as the Imperial Security Guard Commandant for the Ichidur space complex on Tsorn.
PAS p.223
kai
exclamation
An expression of praise/A cry of victory or a hail.
ROE p.45/TFR p.36
kai kassai
exclamation
A Klingon cheer of sorts. Roughly speaking it means, "Long live the Empire" or something like that.
ROE p.48/TFR p.93
Kai zantai-Mik
proper name
A male Klingon of the imperial race. He was born on Gnuu Re and rose to the rank of Admiral, and served as a regional governor.
FASA:TSI p.52
Kaidin
proper name
Klingon warrior. Commander Kaidin was the Captain of a Klingon Battle cruiser in orbit around Sigma 1212.
TCC p.181
Kaiev
proper name
Klingon warrior holding the rank of Commander. Captain of the battlecruiser Ekkava.
DO p.119
Kailla Mishka
proper name
An early Klingon-Human fusion, whose genetic structure was almost indistinguishable from that of a natural-born human. He infiltrated Starfleet under the name of Bram Turlough Harmonson, becoming a decorated officer and rising to the rank of Commodore.
FASA:STI p.47,53
Kal
proper name
Priest onboard the warship Korezima and friend to it's Captain, Kulain.
WWE p.84
Kalan
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the Klingon warship Terror.
TKG p.28
Kalash
n
Klingon battlecruiser. One of three battlecruisers that came to the support of the battlecruiser Ekkava at 1212 Muscae IV.
DO p.205
Kalastra
proper name
Klingon warrior and father of Kiruc. Kalastra was a member of the Kamorh'dag from the Faz'rahn clan. He was a friend of Karradh and very superstitious.
FOF p.3/6/26
kalath
n
A type of small, nocturnal predator, native to Veridor. The kalath-class gunboat was named after this creature.
FASA:KSRM
Kalax
proper name
Klingon diplomat and former Govenor of taD. When the al'Hmatti overthrew his regime, Kalax committed suicide in disgrace. He was succeeded by Govenor Tiral after the planet was retaken.
DI p.104
Kaldin
proper name
Klingon warrior and officer serving under Captain Kumara.
SW p.398
Kalek
proper name
A Klingon-Vulcan fusion, former naval Lieutenant Commander, former member of the Peace faction known as the "Empire's Ring".
GL p.10
Kali
proper name
Klingon warrior and wife of Kor. Kali holds the rank of Lieutenant Commander and serves aboard the Klothos.
TOS p.64
Kalim
proper name
Klingon warrior and Lieutenant aboard the IKV Fencer under Captain Krenn.
TFR p.126
kalimbok
n
A spicey scented Klingon bush native to Peneli.
PAS p.220
kalish
n
Klingon word used to describe a color on the ultra-violet scale seen by Klingons. It falls after amarklor-kalish (almost black). It is seen as completely black to Klingons. To the Klingon eye, there is nothing seen past kalish on this scale.
PAS p.242
Kalitta
proper name
Female Klingon warrior and Communications Officer aboard the IKV Fencer commanded by Captain Krenn.
TFR p.103
Kaljagh
proper name
Klingon Ambassador and special envoy to the Federation; formerly a court magistrate. He was one of the architects of the peace effort with the Federation on Starbase 49. Kaljagh became an unwilling and inept covert operative of Komor.
INOH p.64
Kalnor
proper name
Klingon warrior.
STKA p.272
Kalor
proper name
Klingon Govenor of the Malinga Sector.
MW1 p.155
Kalos
proper name
Kalek's Klingon partner and fellow employee at the short-lived Klingon embassy on Vulcan.
GL p.15
Kalrind
proper name
Klingon warrior and female Captain during the Hov tInqu' experiment.
T p.42
Kamarag
proper name
Name of the Klingon ambassador to Earth during the time of Chancellor Gorkon's peace initiatives/Uncle to Valdyr.In his youth, Kamarag was a formidable warrior. His estate is at the fortress-manor of Du'Hurgh. While under telepathic control, Ambassador Kamarag gathered a band of renegade Captains and attempted to overthrow the Klingon Government. When the plan failed, Kamarag committed suicide.
ST VI: TUC p.126/Sa p.51
Kamerg
proper name
Klingon warrior. Brigadier Kamerg was an advisor to Chancellor Gorkon and was killed by Gorkon's assassins.
ST VI: TUC p.101
Kamorh'dag
n
Name given to the Klingon population of the northern continent on the homeworld. The Kamorh'dag consists mostly of influential families that have ruled the Empire for 10 generations. The Faz'rahn clan was one such group of Kamorh'dag. Emperors Kahless and Kapronek were of the Kamorh'dag.
FOF p.5/43
Kandel
proper name
Klingon warrior and Communications Officer aboard the IKV Blue Fire comanded by Captain Kodon.
TFR p.82
Kandi
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the Klingon battlecruiser "Emperor's Pride".
TOS p.56
Kanff
proper name
Klingon warrior and engineer aboard Kor's battlecruiser Klothos.
Tt p.144
Kang
proper name
Klingon warrior; son of K'naiah. A crewmember aboard the IKS Stormwind under the command of Captain Ibrach/He served as a jr. Officer aboard the jevSuS. Afterwards, he became the Commander of the Doj./A member of the Klingon High Council./(A type of granite outcropping from the mountains used to construct fortresses).
MBK2-C p.133/MBK3-E p.174 & p.18
kanish
n
A Klingon smoked substance that causes hallucinogenic dreams.
PAS p.202
Kanjis
proper name
Klingon warrior and father of Kahless.
KLS p.23
Kanndad
proper name
Klingon warrior and Engineer serving aboard the Klathas under the command of Captain Kumara.
CCI p.95
Kapor'At
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon solar system where the abandoned Der'Nath colony is located.
WD p.8
Kapronek
proper name
Klingon warrior and Emperor. Kapronek was a member of the Kamorh'dag from the northern continent of the Klingon homeworld. A physically massive man with sea-green eyes; unusual in a Klingon.
FOF p.5/6
Karagh
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon planet within the Empire. Known as the "Shield of Empire".
GL p.31
Karau
proper name
Klingon warrior and officer in the Humanoid Psychology Department aboard the Klathas under the command of Captain Kumara.
CCI p.110
Kardem
proper name
Klingon warrior and member of the Klingon Defense Force. Kardem was an associate of Lomakh and a co conspirator in the attempt to overthrow the Gowron government.
KLS p.160
Kardis
proper name
Name of a Klingon renegade who was involved in a coup against the Klingon authorities led by Ambassador Kamarag. These renegades, including Ambassador Kamarag, were under telepathic influence at the time.
Sa p.246
Karez
proper name
Second Officer aboard the warship Korezima. He suggested using a nova bomb against the asteroid ship/world Chatalia.
WWE p.107
Karg
proper name
Klingon warrior and officer aboard General Kellen's cruiser Qul/One of Ambassador Kamarag's finest officers. He is the husband of Valdyr.
IFS p.158/Sa p.56
Kargan
proper name
Klingon warrior, son of General Talak and nephew of High Council member K'Tal. Captain of the IKV Pagh. He was killed at the Battle of Marcan.
DI p.68
Karhammur
proper name
His Imperial Majesty Emperor Karhammur the Fortieth; current Emperor of the Klingon Empire and a great figure of reverence to the Klingons.
CCI p.136
Karl Katasai
proper name
Son of Thought Master Korsal Katasai.
IE p.54
Karn
proper name
Klingon warrior and science officer aboard Captain Ruhl's patrol cruiser Jada.
IFS p.7
Karox
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of a first line battleship. Captain Karox is part of a Klingon fleet assigned to the Trellisane system. Following the death of Fleet Leader Kaged, Karox signs an agreement with the Federation and the Romulans over Trellisane.
TTC p.142
Karqq
proper name
Klingon warrior serving aboard the freighter "Falcon's Talon" under the command of Captaon Krot.
DH1: I p.212
Karradh
proper name
Klingon warrior and father of Kell. A member of the Kamorh'dag and is reported to have more information than the Emperor himself. Though now retired, he once was the Master of Security for the 2nd Fleet. He is a long time friend of Kalastra and his son Kiruc. He tricks Kiruc into arranging for the Emperor's grandson to be killed in order to advance Kell.
FOF p.27/30/31
Karsht
proper name
A Klingon Emperor, successor to Vorn.
GL p.10
Karsul
proper name
Klingon warrior and second-in-command to Kor at the Taygeta system. Karsul attempted to form a coup aboard Kor's ship Klothos along with Captain Shibot. When it failed, Kor killed Karsul.
TOS p.56
Kartade
proper noun-place
Name of a forest on the Klingon Homeworld.
TFR p.53
Karuk
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as Second Officer aboard the Klingon attack cruiser HoS. (NOTE: In "Geneis Wave #2", Karuk's name is changed to Kurok, but no explaination is given by the author).
GW1 p.293
kar'dasnoth
n
A material used in the construction of Klingon ships.
Haynes p.48
kar'kethet
n
A naturally malleable alloy. It loses its elasticity after prolonged exposure to temperatures below 6.590°C. It is commonly used in the construction of d'k tahg daggers.
DS9TM p.89
Kasak sutai-Khornezh
proper name
Klingon warrior; Captain of the Hakkarl Tazhat. A member of the Imperial race with the highest reputation. He dies when the Tazhat is destroyed by the malfunctioning Hakkarl with his hand tied to the command chair.
ROE p.40
Kasakte kasse
phrase
A Klingon term that means "Hand of Kasak".
ROE p.241
Kasob
proper name
Klingon warrior and commander of a battlecruiser within the fleet. His uncle is placed high in the Peneli court.
PAS p.248
Kasoth
proper name
A Klingon warrior of Klairosian ancestry assigned to work with Kang's new wife on an agricultural project. Kasoth held the rank of Commander while on Klarios.
PAS p.130
Kasus
proper name
Klingon warrior. Lieutenant Kasus was the Second Officer of the Klingon warship Force. He was killed by Tomariians for reaching for his weapon.
BF p.40
Katacq
proper name
A Klingon farmer on QuI'Tu and one of it's defenders.
DOH4-TL p.53
Katanin
proper name
A Klingon farmer on QuI'Tu and one of it's defenders.
DOH4-TL p.102
katen
n
A Klingon code word used in communications.
TFR p.72
Kateq
proper name
Klingon General in command of the Klingon task force surface assault on the planet Hera. General Kateq is an expert in ground and surface assaults. He is one of Gowron's main supporters in the Klingon civil war.
In p.215
Kath
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as Communications Officer aboard the IKV Falchion commanded by Captain Kyron gentai-Hann.
DR p.9
Katon
n
Name of the space yacht owned by Captain Alons of the House of Napos. The Katon had a crew of 6.
TT p.55
Katris
proper name
Klingon warrior. Katris was the personal guard to Chancellor Azetbur.
ST VI: TUC p.151
Katta
proper name
Female Klingon warrior of the Imperial race. She served as Weapons Specialist aboard the Hakkarl Tazhat under the command of Captain Kasak.
ROE p.44
Kattrun dek Prenn
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as the SIB (Surgeon-in-Battle) aboard the Klathas under the command of Captain Kumara.
CCI p.142
Katur
proper name
Klingon female warrior and First Specialist aboard the battlecruiser Ekkava under the command of Commander Kaiev.
DO p.159
Kavargh
proper name
Hero of a Klingon opera. A warrior who owed a debt of honor to a dishonorable noble.
In p.124
kave'ragh
n
A Klingon hand fighting posture: elbows up, knuckles extended, right hand coiled and poised to strike. It is traditional to cry the word "kave'ragh" before striking.
Ga p.9
Kaybok
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander of the Klingon bird-of-prey M'Char. Cmdr Kaybok was executed on the authority of General Martok for failing to follow orders.
TWW p.19
Kaylon
proper name
Famous Klingon warrior who fought at the battle of Straker Dome: the crushing defeat of the Romulan invaders that ended the first war between the Klingons and the Romulans.
M3-I p.24
Kaza
n
Name of a Klingon ship, designation KL8. The Kaza lead a task force of 7 other ships sent to intercept the Enterprise that was testing a new form of inversion drive. The Kaza was destroyed when passing near a star that was going nova.
TWS p.61
Kazhak
n
Name of a Klingon heavy cruiser, originally intended to strafe planets Earth and Vulcan with "blood seed".
GL p.25
kazl
n
A red colored syrup used to simulate blood in theatrical productions.
V p.254
kaz'thaldim
adj
Klingonaase word which literally translates as "facially experienced", and is used to describe a person whose face has burn marks, scars or other wounds. Among Klingons, this is often regarded as a compliment.
FASA:TK
Kbrex
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander. Serves as First Officer aboard the battlecruiser Ghargh under his younger brother Commander Kral. Dies at the hand of his own booby-trap.
HH p.22
Ke
proper noun-place
Name of a star system in Klingon space known in the Empire as #9236. The Federation knows this place as Neural.
PAS p.256
Keast
proper name
Klingon warrior. Keast was the weapons officer on Kon's scout ship with the rank of Lieutenant. He was killed when he split his skull open on a bulkhead of the shuttlecraft Galileo.
TCC p.123/p.126
Kedjesa
proper name
Klingon warrior; brother of Abbakh. A former hunting companion of General Martok.
NWNC p.55
Kef
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander of the Imperial Cruiser Star Blaster.
IE p.270
Kegren
proper name
Klingon warrior and Son of Pers. He hold the rank of Lieutenant and serves as Second Officer/Operations Officer abaord the IKV Gorkon commanded by Captain Klag. He was killed by Ensign Toq for dishonoring the IKV Gorkon.
DI p.4/5/7
Kehma
proper name
A Klingon farmer on QuI'Tu and one of it's defenders. Kehma was also a friend of Kerdoch.
DOH4-TL p.18
Kelag
proper name
Klingon warrior with the rank of Ensign. He was rescued from the IKV Death Hand by Captain Kodon commanding the IKV Blue Fire following an engagement in Romulan space.
TFR p.88
Kelg
proper name
Klingon warrior and captain of a Klingon ship involved with the attack on Khashah IV as part of K'hemren's plan to start a war between the Federation and the Romulans. The house of Kelg was in a feud with the house of Kurvad for a decade.
R3-S p.126
Kelgar
proper name
Klingon computer programmer.
Re p.137
Kell
proper name
Klingon warrior and son of Karradh. He served as 2nd officer aboard the battlecruiser Fragh'ka. He advanced to 1st officer following the death of Kernod in a "hunting accident" arranged by Karradh.
FOF p.31
Kellein
proper name
Daughter of Vathraq. Kellein and Kahless betrothed themselves to each other but were not wed because Kellein was murdered by Molor's forces.
KLS p.81
Kellen
proper name
Klingon warrior and General in the Klingon military. He was famous for the Muscari Incident in Federation circles. He commanded a force of patrol ships from his flagship the Qul.
IFS p.7
Kelly
proper name
Klingon warrior from the House of Gensa. Formerly known as Gelly. Served as the Swift in klin zha kinta between Kethas epetai-Khemara and Mabli vestai-Galann. Transferred to the IKV Fencer commanded by Captain Krenn as an Imperial Intelligent Agent. Following Captain Krenn, Kelly then became a Lieutenant Commander as well as the Executive and Communications Officer aboard the IKV Mirror also commanded by Captain Krenn.
TFR p.114
Kelsa
proper name
Name of a Klingon officer stationed at the listening post on Mortagh. Kelsa had previously served on the Klingon warship Beria.
ST VI: TUC p.224
Kenek
n
Name of a Klingon ship.
MEMA p.38
Kenlqu
proper name
Klingon warrior and Communications Officer aboard Supreme Commander's KerDaq's cruiser.
ROT p.58
Kentha
proper noun-place
A Klingon province on Qo'noS. The lowlands of the Kentha province is where General Martok was raised. No noble families are known to have come from the Kentha lowlands.
NWNC p.50/55
Kepool
proper name
Klingon warrior and Navigator aboard the IKV Mirror commanded by Captain Krenn.
TFR p.236
Keppa
proper name
Klingon warrior and Cargomaster of the IKV Fencer commanded by Captain Krenn.
TFR p.111
Kera
proper name
Female Klingon warrior. Kera was the science officer on Kon's scout ship.
TCC p.67
Keraz
proper name
Klingon warrior with the rank of Commander. He served the Empire with distinction. He was subjected to the same telepathic influence as Ambassador Kamarag and became a member of the renegade band. While under this influence, he attacked a Federation Colony.
Sa p.53
KerDaq
proper name
Klingon warrior and Supreme Commander of a Klingon Task force sent to investigate destructive subspace waves in the Tautee system.
ROT p.41
Kerdoch
proper name
Son of KaDach and a Klingon farmer. KerDoch was one of the primary defenders of QuI'Tu.
DOH4-TL p.1
Kerla
proper name
Klingon warrior and officer in the Klingon High Command. Brigadier Kerla was also the military advisor to Chancellor Gorkon/ He was also a close friend to Valdyr's father.
ST VI: TUC p.23/Sa p.299
Kernod
proper name
Klingon warrior and grandson of Emperor Kapronek via a concubine. He served as 1st officer aboard the battlecruiser Fragh'ka until his untimely death in a "hunting accident".
FOF p.31/303/306
Kerpach
proper name
Name of a Klingon merchant. Kerpach had only one eye.
KLS p.30
Kerret'raa
proper noun-place
A Klingon planet and home of Muuda. The city of Ra'jahn is on Kerret'raa.
KLS p.217
kershu
n
A Klingon martial art.
GL p.29
Kesaio
proper name
Klingon warrior and crewmember of the battlecruiser Ekkava.
DO p.160
Kesh
proper name
Chancellor of the Klingon Empire following Chancellor Lorak. In order to learn of Federation plans for unoccupied planets bordering the Neutral Zone near Klingon space, Kesh ordered the capture of Federation prisoners. When these prisoners were released from the Pao'la prison, Kesh fell victim to a sudden illness and stepped down as Chancellor. He was succeeded by Gorkon.
INOH p.97
Kessec
proper name
Klingon Lord; twin brother of Batahr and father of Mohtr, Gistad, Durall and Tagre. With his younger brother, he established a powerful state on Qo'noS and came into possession of the Pagrashtak and founded the First Empire. He was killed by his sons when he gave up the Pagrashtah to a slave girl.
TDH p.66
Kessum
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the IKV Two Fingers. His ship, a D4 class cruiser, was named after his right hand which only has two fingers.
TFR p.91
Kestrel
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the Klingon warship Qob'ral. He was killed attempting to save the life of Captain Rachel Garrett on the planet Kolya.
SNW V:T p.51
Ketelk
proper name
Name of a famous Klingon composer.
SNW V:D p.193
Keth
proper name
Klingon warrior and a former Emperor of the Klingon Empire. He wore a crown of gold and was known as "Keth, the Centenarian".
TFR p.190
Kethas epetai-Khemara
proper name
Klingon warrior. A thought Admiral and Grand Master of klin zha. He had a reputation for being mildly insane. He was assassinated after his secret negotiations with the Romulans were discovered.
TFR p.28
Kev
proper name
Klingon warrior with the rank of Commander. He was the Executive Officer of the IKV Blue Fire under the command of Captain Kodon.
TFR p.71
kevas
n
A Klingon semi-precious metal.
DI p.27
Kevin Katasai
proper name
Son of Thought Master Korsal Katasai.
IE p.54
Kevlar
proper name
Klingon warrior and sensor operator aboard the battlecruiser Ghargh. He is killed by Kbrex for making an insulting remark.
HH p.122
Kezhke zantai-Adion
proper name
Klingon warrior and an Admiral in the Imperial Navy. He was also a member of the Klingon Imperial High Council.
TFR p.29
Kgha'lugh
n
A giant red star system located deep within Klingon space at the Ruchma Province; sector 9-3-7. When the star went through it's first red giant stage 3,000 or 4,000 years ago, it burned up all of it's inner planets leaving no evidence whether or not they even existed.
IFS p.143
Khalen
proper name
Klingon warrior of the Imperial race. Served as Navigator aboard the Hakkarl Tazhat under the command of Captain Kasak.
ROE p.58
Khall
proper name
Klingon warrior and brother of Korol. Khall was killed by James T. Kirk.
PP p. 4
khang
n
A type of granite found mostly in the mountains that is used for manufacturing fortifications. By extrapolation, it also refers to a fortress made of such stone.
PAS p.157
Khant
proper name
Klingon warrior and weapons officer aboard Kor's battlecruisr Klothos.
TOS p.228
Kharog
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander with General Kateq's ground forces on planet Hera. He allied himself with the House of Duras during the Klingon civil war, but now he swears loyalty to Gowron. He is not a very big fan of opera: Klingon or otherwise.
In p.219
Khashah
proper noun-place
Name of a planetary system whose ownership has been disputed between the Klingons and the Romulans. The fourth planet is habitable and was captured from the Romulans by the Klingons in an attempt to force a war between the Federation and the Romulans.
R3-S p.130
kherx
phrase
A Klingon term that roughly means "accident". It is used in the phrase, "If we don't have a kherx on the floor".
TFR p.120
khest
phrase
A Klingon term that refers to sexual activity as well as being used as a term for making an error.
TFR p.74
khest'n
exclamation
An expletive. Apparently it is some sort of curse.
TFR p.26
khest't
exclamation
An expletive. Apparently it is some sort of curse used in the past tense of "khest".
TFR p.75
khesterex
phrase
A Klingon term that means, "The structure that dies".
TFR p.150
khesterex thath
phrase
A Klingon phrase that is similar in meaning to "dead end".
TFR p.93
khests
exclamation
An expletive. Apparently it is some sort of curse.
TFR p.110
khex
phrase
A Klingon expression meaning "inoperative". Used in a cursing way as in the statement, "The communicator and the computer screen were both khex".
TFR p.105
khidiolev
n
A Klingon menu.
HMJTP p.144
Khidri tai-Gensa
proper name
Klingon warrior with the nickname "Khi". Formerly a full Commander in the Imperial Navy before he was crippled by a vacuum, he now is a Senior Proctor.
TFR p.27
Khin Khlaru
proper name
Klingon man and historian. He is the head of the Klingon research team studying the records of Karsrid found on Starbase 12. He defected and went to Vulcan.
I p.61
Khitar
proper name
Klingon warrior and Communications Specialist aboard the Hakkarl Tazhat under the command of Captain Kasak. He was killed by the helm officer, Krynn, for challenging the Captain.
ROE p.51
Khitomer
n
Name of a Klingon class of bird-of-prey spaceships.
V p.86
khizr
n
A type of Klingon coffee. It is also a type of Klingon soup that is spicy and hot.
PAS p.143/174
Khlar
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the cruiser PaKathen.
EOB p.87
Khlaru
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon province on the Gharhuil continent on Klinzhai.
I p.60
Khmarr
proper name
General Khmarr was one of two military advisors to Chancellor Azetbur.
ST VI: TUC p.145
Khoalter
proper name
Klingon warrior holding the rank of Commander. Khoalter is also a high ranking scholar.
GW p.235
Khorad
proper name
Klingon warrior; son of N'gar. Khorad was the ruler of the Khlaru province prior to it's takeover by the Karsid Empire.
I p.65
khrolat
n
A type of Klingon wood that is used to carve statues.
In p.68
Khulr
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as leader of the prison guards at the Poa'la prison. Known for his exceptional cruelty toward the Human prisoners, he was killed by Federation prisoner Ensign Sydney Elliot.
INOH p.36
kh'ex
adj
Klingonaase word meaning "nonfunctional". It is also a slang term for "dead".
FASA:TK
Kh'yem
n
Name of a fictitious Klingon cruiser commanded by the equally fictitious Captain Kozor found in the Federation Kobayashi Maru training scenario.
TOS:KM p.44
Kian
proper name
Klingon warrior who once served as an Ensign aboard the IKV Fencer under the command of Captain Krenn. He eventually went on to command the prize crew of the 12th captured Willall ship. From there, he became the Captain of the IKV Fury, a D4 class cruiser. He was killed by Captain Krenn over the Federation planet Serkash II.
TFR p.101
Kiln
proper name
Klingon refinery engineer working at the topaline refinery on the planet taD. He was killed during native unrest on that planet.
DI p. 136
Kilog
n
A defensive tactic ("Kilog's Gambit") used in bat'leth sword fighting. Kilog's Gambit is almost always followed by B'Arq's defense.
DI p.202
kin-reft
n
Term used to imply that one is unwanted by one's own or anyone else's family.
PAS p.154
Kinath
proper name
Klingon guard that was killed by a sea beast.
PAS p.147
Kingral Hills
proper noun-place
A location on Mempa VIII, home to a sizable Klingon population. Its inhabitants can be recognized by their highly distinct dialect.
7DS p.237
Kinkuthanza
proper name
Klingon God of all Gods. Swearing by Kinkuthanza is one of the few things binding on a Klingon. The phrase went like this: "I swear as commander of a warship of the Imperial Fleet, as a Klingon Lord, by the sacred warrior's soul of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Kinkuthanza the Fortieth, and by the God of Gods, Great Kinkuthanza..." Breaking an oath sworn on the Emperor's soul and on Kinkuthanza would be the equivalent of murdering one's honor, and the honor of one's line back to the First Generation.
CCI p.136
Kintata
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as an Ensign aboard the IKV Fencer commanded by Captain Krenn.
TFR p.127
Kinya
proper name
Klingon warrior and helmsman serving aboard the battlecruiser IKS Gr'oth commanded by Captain Koloth.
TEW p.95
Kiosan
proper name
Klingon warrior and elder brother to Valkris. He is a disgrace to his Rumaiy family name.
ST III: TSS p.43
Kirl
proper name
Elderly Klingon and priestto the family of Korol and Khall.
PP p. 75
Kiruc
proper name
Klingon warrior and son of Kalastra. A member of the Kamorh'dag from the Faz'rahn clan. He was a student of the teachings of Kahless and politically high in stature. Kiruc unwittingly arranged the death of Emperor Kapronek's grandson, but was still allowed to receive an honorable death in his own home.
FOF p.2/5/6/43/306
Kisar tai Shallan
proper name
An Imperial Klingon who served with Kalek.
GL p.10
Kislath
proper name
Klingon warrior. Lieutenant Kislath was the Executive Officer of the Klingon warship Terror. He breifly seized command from Captain Kalan during a mutiny and attacked the Enterprise.
TKG p.74
Kitold
proper name
Klingon warrior and weapons officer on board Kor's bird-of-prey.
DOH2-AS p.248
Kivord
proper name
Klingon warrior and bridge officer serving under Captian Kumara.
SW p.408
Kj'khrry
n
Name of a Klingon ship, designation KL14. The Kj'khrry was part of a task force of 7 other ships sent to intercept the Enterprise that was testing a new form of inversion drive. The Kj'khrry survived the engagement with the Enterprise along with two other ships.
TWS p.61
KjaH
proper name
Klingon warrior and Science Officer aboard Supreme Commander's cruiser.
ROT p.58
Klag
proper name
Klingon warrior and son of M'Raq. Formally First Officer of the IKV Pagh, he lost his right arm in the battle of Marcan V against the Jem'Hadar while serving aboard that ship. Because of his bravery, he was awarded the Captain's rank and command of the IKV Gorkon. His career began as an Ensign aboard the IKV Baruk.
DI p.1/14/61
Klagh
proper name
Klingon warrior and a crew member of the SoSoy tuj commanded by Cmdr. Kozara. Klagh was assigned to the helm.
SOTL p.299
Klairos
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon planet on the outer rim of the Empire. Klairos was only recently settled with most of the inhabited ares being mountainous.
PAS p.80
Klanth
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander of the Mauler; a ship destroyed in a magnetic storm as part of Morinth's Hon tInqu' project.
T p.13
Klarg
n/proper name
A Klingon athletic game./Name of an older Klingon physician serving aboard the Kruge commanded by Captain K'Vada.
G p.81/U p.164
Klasq
proper name
A cleric serving at the monestary on Boreth.
TWW p.84
Klathas
n
Name of a Klingon warship commanded by Captain Kumara.
CCI p.94
Klaythia
proper name
Klingon warrior and Chief Science Officer aboard Captain Kumara's warship.
SW p.416
Klee
proper name
Klingon warrior. Commander Klee was the Commanding Officer of the Klingon warship Force. Captain Klee was captured by the Romulans along with several Enterprise crewmen.
BF p.40
Kleeg
proper name
Klingon warrior and member of Colonel General Malach's invasion force.
V p.148
Klen
proper name
Klingon warrior and Lieutenant onboard Kang's battlecruiser. Left behind as the Commander of the Klingon outpost on Sherman's Planet.
PAS p.40
Klen zantai-Rvellin
proper name
A Klingon admiral working for the Bureau of Agricolony Security.
FASA:TNO p.3
kleon
phrase
A Klingon term that means "enemy" or "opponent". Used in the phrase, "teskas tal'tai-kleon" (My compliments to a worthy opponent). The plural form of the word is "kleoni".
TFR p.159
klibicule
n
A Klingon type of grain that yields more than 25% protien. It bears only in the second year following planting.
PAS p.22
Klimor
proper name
Klingon warrior with the rank of Lieutenant. Serving as the helmsman aboard the IKV Mirror under the command of Captain Krenn.
TFR p.198
klin
n
A quality of the Klingon personality.
ROE p.152
klin zha
n
Name of a Klingon game of mental skill, played with tokens and live pieces using various forms and levels./The various forms include: Flat Board, Normal Open Game, Combat and non-Combat, Clouded Game, Ablative Form, Blind Form and Reflective (the highest form of klin zha with only one set of pieces used by both players). The nine pieces of the game are: Fencer (the leader), Lancer, Swift, Fliers, Vanguards, and Blockader. Only living war is so stimulating./The Reflective form is played with only one set of pieces, a man and his enemy are one, the final victory over an empty board. In the Final form the opponent's pieces are physicially destroyed: burnt, smashed, melted, etc; not just removed from the game board. There is no victory in the Final form - when only one set of pieces is left the game reverts to Reflective Game. Thus a weaker player's mistakes result in destruction of a stronger player's pieces/
T p.69/TFR p.28/IE p.50
klin zha kinta
n
A type of game of klin zha that is played with live pieces.
TFR p.27
Kling
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon planet in the Klingon star system.
WD p.11
Klinzhai
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon planet that is the home planet of all Klingons. Klinzhai was invaded and captured by the Karsid Empire some 600 years ago.
I p.60
Klolode
n
Name of a new class of Klingon Battlecruisers.
SD p.1020
Klolode II
n
Name of a Klingon battlecruiser commanded by Kang.
PAS p.46
Klor
proper name
Klingon male and grandson of K'Marrh. He was the assistant to Keth in observing G'dath's experiments. He is killed by Keth after failing to secure G'dath's invention.
FFS p.17
Klothos
n
Klingon battlecruiser under the command of Kor.
TOS p.83/Tt p.108
Klyndur
proper name
Klingon warrior and Lieutenant aboard Commander Ekthorn's battlecruiser. Lt. Klyndur is the ship's Tactical Officer.
PAS p.252
Kmpok
proper name
Klingon warrior and the father of Torghn from the House of SepIch.
STK p.60
ko'tal
n
A Klingon insult.
KLS p.232
Ko'th
n
A state of non-being, of neither defeat or victory somewhere in the space between Sto-Vo-Kor and Gre'thor. Those in Ko'th must commit an act of vengeance, for right or wrong, in order to proceed to Sto-Vo-Kor or Gre'thor. Gre'thor is preferable to Ko'th.
M3-I p.42
KobtaH
proper name
Klingon warrior and second in command to Supreme Commander KerDaq aboard his ship.
ROT p.56
Kodon vestai-Karum
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the training vessel IKV Blue Fire, a D4 cruiser. Known as the Hero of the Romulan Frontier. Operated as a Squadron Leader during a mission into Romulan space. Also a member of the Imperial High Council.
TFR p.71
Kol
proper name
Klingon agent that was surgically altered and kept on drug therapy so that he could pass as the human Elliot Tindall.
T p.218
Kol'vat
proper noun-place
Name of an ancient Klingon city region on Qo'noS where the Battle of Goqlath Castle took place. According to legend, Krim, the hero, slit the throats of the castle guards and stormed the castle on a moonless night. A 15 verse song was written about the battle that took place there. Some also say that the Klingon saying, "4000 throats may be cut in one night by a running man" is based on the story of the Battle of Goqlath Castle.
DI p.79
Kolan
proper name
Klingon warrior and son of Dula. Kolan would not avenge his father's death and therefore died without a family or honor. The story of Dula and Kolan is told as a warning for those who may be considering not seeking their rightful revenge.
STK p.65
Kolar
n
A Klingon animal, similar in appearance to a Terran gray seal. The arms end in a dozen needle sharp claws, it stands erect and emits an acidic foam from its mouth. Kolar beasts are about the size of an adult Klingon male. The Kolar beast prefers to kill by suffocation, but has been known to disembowl their prey. Adolescent Klingons will battle a Kolar beast to prove their courage and strength.
STI p.57
Kolit
proper name
A Klingon farmer on QuI'Tu and one of it's defenders.
DOH4-TL p.30
Koll
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander operating under Detached Service.
TFR p.91
Kolloden
proper name
Klingon warrior. Admiral Kolloden was apparently Captain Kalan's Commanding Officer since he received progress reports from Kalan.
TKG p.63
kolode
n
A class of Klingon warship, equivilant to a Federation Constitution class cruiser.
Tt p.103
Kolvor
proper name
A Klingon warrior and Captain of a Klingon Star Cruiser.
TtM p.62
Komanek
proper name
Klingon warrior holding the rank of Gunnery Sergeant and member of Colonel General Malach's invasion force.
V p.170
komerex
phrase
A Klingon term that means "the structure that grows". Used to describe the Klingon Empire.
TFR p.109
komerex federazhon
phrase
A Klingon term for the Federation (United Federation Of Planets).
TFR p.109
komerex klin
phrase
A Klingon term that refers to one's strength of purpose.
ROE p.162
Komerex Klingon
phrase
A Klingon term for the Klingon political structure.
TFR p.17
komerex Nevre
phrase
The Northern Empire, a nation mentioned in the oldest known work of Klingon literature, an epic poem. According to the poem, the Northern Empire defeated a people known as the Crescent Islanders (falgav a'kavna) and incorporated them into a new empire, called the Empire of the People (komerex klingon).
FASA:TK
komerex stela
phrase
A Klingon term for the Imperial trifoil: the symbol of the Klingon Empire.
TFR p.49
komerex zha
phrase
A Klingon term that refers to The Perpetual Game; the highest and most difficult. This phrase is used to express the thought that the universe is a game with knowable rules.
TFR p.43
Komor
proper name
Member of the Klingon High Council following a glorious military and political career. Komor is old friends with K'lotek. Following the release of the Federation prisoners at Pao'la, Komor steps down from the High Council.
INOH p.96
Kon
proper name
Klingon warrior. Kon held the rank of Commander and was Captain of a Klingon scout ship. He was killed by a bolt of lightning.
TCC p.66/p.127
Konli
proper name
Klingon warrior and crewmember aboard the IKV Fencer under the command of Captain Krenn.
TFR p.126
Koord
proper name
Klingon warrior with the rank of Colonel. He succeeded Commander Dugh'naS and went on to command the gho'vaD Defense Fleet along the Federation border at the time of the Sherman's Planet incident. He was promoted to General on the recommendation of Council member Lorak.
STKA p.23/p.187
Kopf
proper name
A Klingon warrior, a statue of whom was displayed in the Hall of Warriors.
7DS p.229
Koplo
proper name
Klingon warrior and crewmember of the IKV Fencer commanded by Captain Krenn.
TFR p.113
Kora
proper name
Klingon warrior with the rank of Ensign. Ensign Kora was one of the bridge guards aboard Captain Kumara's warship.
SW p.411
Korath
proper name
A Klingon warrior. Korath was the Executive Officer of the Klothos with the rank of Sub Commander.
DOH4-TL p.63
Korby
proper name
Very old Klingon male who was respected greatly in the Empire. He was known as the Honorable Korby. Father of Gava. Korby had the support of the Emperor and was an Ambassador to the Federation.
SZ p.54
Korezima
n
Name of the Klingon warship under the command of Captain Kulain.
WWE p.86
Kori
proper name
Klingon male supervisor of the taD topaline refinery. He was killed during native unrest on that planet. Younger brother of Captain Larok; commander of the IKV Sompek.
DI p.117
Korin
n
A Klingon term used to show respect to an elder male in a family line; similar to "Uncle".
PAS p.208
Korma
proper name
A Klingon warrior, a statue of whom was displayed in the Hall of Warriors.
7DS p.229
Kormak
n
Name of a Klingon warship under the command of Commander Torm.
TST p.18
Korol
proper name
Klingon warrior and brother of Khall. Korol was a Commander and considered to be a renegade. He had swore a blood oath of revenge for his brother's murder upon James T. Kirk.
PP p. 4
Koronin
proper name
Klingon female who is the sole survivor of the aristocratic Rumaiy family which was destroyed by the Federation. She became an outlaw and began harrassing shipping after she won the prototype ship Quundar in a game of chance.
EFA p.17
Koroth
proper name
Chief Guardian of the monestary at Boreth.
KLS p.4
Korpi
proper name
Klingon warrior, Father of K'pril.
SNW II p.115
Korrd
proper name
Klingon warrior. General Korrd was a high ranking member of the Klingon Defense Force/The consul from the Imperial Klingon Empire to Nimbus III. Following the death of his youngest son, Korrd spoke out in favor of improving relations with the Federation. The High Council humiliated him by making him the Klingon Ambassador to Nimbus III. His military strategies are required reading at Starfleet Academy. He is brother by marriage to General Krell.
ST VI: TUC p.65/ST V:TFF p.36
Korreg
proper name
Klingon warriorand Scanner-control officer aboard the Klathas commanded by Captain Kumara. Korreg was responsible for targeting weapons.
CCI p.95
Korrgar
proper name
Klingon warrior holding the rank of General. General Korrgar was the Commander-In-Chief of all Klingon forces at the battle of Donatu V, in which the Klingon suffered a devastating defeat. Shortly before he died, Korrgar cursed the rigid, inflexable principles taught by the elders of the Klingon military that gave warriors no freedom to improvise on the field of battle. Having done this, he gave the order to self destruct his own ship taking his crew to death with him.
MBK1-R p.147
Korsal Katasai
proper name
Klingon engineer and the youngest Thought Master on record.
IE p.1
Kort
proper name
Klingon warrior formally from the Klingon Strategic Operations division. Kort is now an illegal weapons dealer.
TAE p.16
Korth
proper name
Klingon warrior and an Ensign aboard the IKV Fire Blossom commanded by Captain Kaden.
HMJTP p.29
Koru
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander of a Klingon warship in the Klingon Defense Force.
TWW p.166
Korvad
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon star system on the edge of the Empire's frontier. taD is located in the Korvad system.
DI p.11
Korzhan epetai-Kenek
proper name
Elderly Klingon warrior holding the rank of Admiral. Commander of the task force that was sent after captain Kasak and his ship the Hakkarl. He leaves Kasak to his enemy.
ROE p.219
Kothulu
n
Name of a Klingon battlecruiser.
SZ p.5
Kotkhe
proper name
Klingon warrior and helmsman aboard the IKV Blue Fire commanded by Captain Kodon. Ensign Kotkhe was nicknamed "'Khe".
TFR p.75
Kotren
proper name
Klingon warrior and Lieutenant. Currently serving aboard the Klingon military freighter Toknor commanded by Captain Dolras.
TBE p.1
Kotzher
proper name
Name of a great Klingon House, currently found to be in Imperial disfavor.
DR p.7
Kovar sutai-Rustazh
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain serving as Squadron Leader. He previously served the Empire under Thought Admiral Kethas epetai-Khemara. His youngest son was named Vrenn. The family line Rustazh became extinct after Captain Kovar was ambushed and killed by Romulans.
TFR p.56
Kozara
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander of the SoSoy tuj. At the height of his career, Cmdr. Kozara was given a mission to attack and destroy a starbase. The mission failed. Cmdr. Kozara maintained his rank and status because it was believed he destroyed a Federation starship during the mission. This claim was later proven to be false was dishonored to his people.
SOTL p.6
Kozor
proper name
Fictitious Klingon warrior and Captain of the equally fictitious Klingon cruiser Kh'yem used in the Federation Kobayashi Maru training scenario.
TOS:KM p.44
Kra'togh
proper noun-place
Name of a Klingon planetary system. On Kra'togh IV, qagh farming is a major industry.
DH1: I p.177
krad'dak
n
A type of Klingon drum.
NWNC p.50
Krail
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander in the Klingon Intelligence. Krail was a Klingon of aristocratic backround.
TCC p.106/p.108
Kral
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander. Serves as Commanding Officer of the battlecruiser Ghargh. Younger brother of Kbrex who staged a successful coup against Kral.
HH p.22
Krang
proper name
Klingon warrior; son of Graltz from the House of Moltak. Krang was responsible for the death of Kroj'duH from the House of Gorthas. Krang was killed along with his father Graltz and his uncle Moltak when Kroj'duH's father Doj'kan sought his revenge and engaged them in a single ship-to-ship battle.
STKA p.173
kraw'za
n
A type of Klingon scavenger bird much like the Terran vulture.
KLS p.43
Krawl
proper name
Young Klingon male of the mirror universe who oversaw the crossover device. Krawl was killed by Capt. Picard.
Sp p.254
Krazz
proper name
Klingon warrior from an undistinguished agri-clan. He eventually rose to become a Commander of a Klingon Battlecruiser.
DC p.3
Kree
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of an Imperial Klingon battlecruiser. Captain Kree was the co-hort of Princess Kyanna, heir to the throne of the Klingon Empire, in her struggle against her uncle.
TSW p.56
Kreega
n
Name of a Klingon class of ship.
TST p.165
kreffin
n
Klingon animal with antlers. When killed, the antlers are used as coat hooks.
PRE p.124
Kreg
proper name
Klingon warrior and Ensign aboard the IKV Mirror commanded by Captain Krenn.
TFR p.198
Krel Katasai
proper name
Klingon warrior and eldest brother of Thought Master Korsal Katasai. He died in battle against the Federation.
IE p.109
krelk
n
A Klingon riding animal that resembles a cross between a llama and a kangaroo. The krelk's tail wraps around the rider keeping his hands free for weapons.
PAS p.132
Krell
proper name
Klingon youth; one of the lost children from the Kapor'At colony.
WD p.94
Krell, General
proper name
Klingon warrior, the second in the chain of command to the Klingon High Command. Brother by marriage to General Korrd.
ST V:TFF p.80
krencha
n
A Klingon three meter, six legged reptilian beast with razor sharp claws and fangs indiginous to Qo'noS.
TR p.78
Krenn vestai-Rustazh
proper name
Formally known as Vrenn; youngest son of Kovar sutai-Rustazh. Once belonging to the House of Gensa, Vrenn served as Lancer in klin zha kinta. Following his adoption by Thought Admiral Kethas epetai-Khemara, his name was changed to Krenn Khemara. He then became a Klingon warrior and served as a cadet aboard the IKV Blue Fire commanded by Captain Kodon. After this tour of duty, he adopted the name of Rustazh from his deceased father. Eventually, he became a Captain and commanded the IKV Fencer, an Imperial Cruiser and then the IKV Mirror a D5 class vessel.
TFR p.94
Kreth
proper name
Klingon warrior and commander of a battlecruiser. Commander Kreth's career was ruined following events that took place in the Boaco system.
CO p.152
Kreveth
proper name
Klingon member of the house of Vrag.
DOH2-AS p.124
Krevor
proper name
Female Klingon warrior with the rank of bekk serving aboard the IKV Gorkon commanded by Captain Klag. She was assigned as Security Officer to Ambassador Worf. The daughter of a prostitute, she is of no House. When she reached the Age of Ascension, she joined the Klingon Defense Force wishing to make her own honor. For all of her efforts, she received a Commendation.
DI p.73
Krevorr
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as gunner aboard the battlecruiser IKS Gr'oth commanded by Captain Koloth.
TEW p.99
Kri'stak
n
Name of a volcano on Qo'noS where tradition says Kahless forged the first bat'leth.
NWNC p.53
Krim
proper name
Legendary Klingon warrior hero of the Battle of Goqlath Castle. According to the legend, Krim and his forces slit the throats of the castle guards and stormed the castle overwhelming its' defenders. The battle is immortalized in a 15 verse song. Some say that the Klingon saying, "4000 throats may be cut in one night by a running man" is based on the battle though linguists feel that the quote predates the song and the campaign.
DI p.79
Krios
n
A Klingon planet within the Empire.
AGT p.137
Kritt
proper name
Klingon warrior and helmsman/navigator aboard the warship Klathas. Kritt held the rank of Lieutenant while serving under Captain Kumara.
CCI p.88
Krogshat
n
Name of a Klingon B'rel class Bird-of-Prey operating in the Beta Promethean system.
TFS p.178
Kroj'duH
proper name
Klingon warrior; son of Doj'kan from the House of Gorthas. Kroj'duH was an engineering officer in training when Krang, son of Graltz, caused an accident in the engineering section of their bird-of-prey killing Kroj'duH and many other engineering trainees.
STKA p.172
Kron
proper name
Klingon Doctor at a secure medical facility on Qo'noS.
PRE p.13
Kronos One
n
Name of the Klingon D-7 class battle cruiser that transported Chancellor Gorkon to his peace conference with the Federation.
ST VI: TUC p.59
Krot
proper name
Klingon warrior from the House of Mok. Captain of the 50,000 ton Klingon Freighter "Falcon's Talon". Captain Krot makes regular runs of grain to the qagh farms on Kra'togh IV.
DH1: I p.146
Kruge
n
A Klingon bird-of-prey commanded by Captain K'Vada.
U p.59
Kruger
proper name
Klingon descendant of Duvall; son of Emperor Kessec and grandfather of Duregh.
TDH p.135
Krugus
proper name
Klingon warrior holding the rank of Major. He was the trusted aide of Colonel General Malach. Krugus was the 11th child from an old and honorable house. He was also known as Rimakag Aganandaf.
V p.175
Krul
proper name
Klingon warrior and exchange officer of the Klingon Defense Force. Krul was killed battling the Borg.
TR p.27
Krult
proper name
Klingon warrior and mercenary. He is the Commander of a Klingon battlecruiser.
TAE p.244
Krynn
proper name
Female Klingon warrior of the Imperial race. Served as Helm Officer aboard the Hakkarl Tazhat under the command of Captain Kasak. She killed the Communications Specialist Khitar for challenging the Captain, but abandoned Kasak and escaped the malfunctioning Hakkarl.
ROE p.57
kr'tach
n
An ancient word for "shieldman". The kr'tach did not carry a shield so much as serve as one.
LHoD2
ku'thei
n
A toxic Klingon substance widely used as a poison. ku'thei pills leave no traces, but does have an antidote which can be administered if it is known that ku'thei has been used.
Ru p.243
Kulain
proper name
Captain of the warship Korezima. He attacked the asteroid ship/world Chatalia as a means to destroy the Enterprise without violating the Organian Peace Treaty.
WWE p.84
Kumara
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of a Klingon warship.
SW p.398
Kumburan
n
A member of the racial majority group in the Klingon Empire.
STIII: TSS p.270
Kumburanya
n
Name of the major racial group within the Klingon Empire. It's members are called "Kumburan".
EFA p.35
Kurak
proper name
Female Klingon warrior from the HOuse of Palkar.Formally served as a warp fiels specialist aboard the IKV Lallek, she is now a Commander serving as Chief Engineer aboard the IKV Gorkon commanded by Captain Klag. Commander Kurak is one of the designers of the IKV Negh'Var.
DI p.60
Kuri
proper name
Klingon warrior and Commander in the Imperial Klingon fleet. Kuri is an officer in high standing.
Tt p.108
Kurn
proper name
Son of Mogh and brother of Worf. Kurn, a Klingon warrior, held a seat on the High Council and was the Govenor of the Ogat colony.
KLS p.119
Kurok
proper name
Klingon warrior serving as Second Officer aboard the Klingon attack cruiser HoS. (NOTE: In "Geneis Wave #1", Kurok's name is changed to Karuk, but no explaination is given by the author).
GW2 p.152
Kurr
proper name
Klingon warrior and Chief Engineer aboard Captain Koloth's battlecruiser the Devisor.
MTMT p.205
Kurrozh
proper name
Klingon warrior and an Officer aboard the IKV Blue Fire commanded by Captain Kodon.
TFR p.87
Kurton
proper name
Young Klingon warrior serving as a crewmember aboard the attack cruiser HoS. He was killed in a firefight aboard ship and awarded an honorable death.
GW2 p.149
Kuru
proper name
Klingon warrior and a crew member of the SoSoy tuj commanded by Cmdr. Kozara. Kuru expected to be assigned to an advanced training facility following Kozara's mission but was denied because the mission was a failure.
SOTL p.93
Kurvad
proper name
Klingon warrior and captain of a Klingon ship involved with the attack on Khashah IV as part of K'hemren's plan to start a war between the Federation and the Romulans. The house of Kurvad was in a feud with the house of Kelg for a decade.
R3-S p.126
Kutabi
proper noun-place
Location on Qo'noS, famous for the Flame cliffs of Kutabi. The Flame cliffs are scaled, blindfolded and without any gear by average Klingons at the age of 10 during rudimentary warrior trials.
TI2 p.226
Kutpon
proper name
Klingon warrior and Captain of the Klingon cruiser SorDaq.
ROT p.201
kuve
phrase
A Klingon term that means "servitor". It is used to refer to someone exclusively of non-Klingon species. It is also used to refer to someone who has no ambitions.
TFR p.17
kuvekhestat
phrase
A Klingon term that means "worthless slave". It is used as an insult.
TFR p.68
kuveleta
phrase
A Klingon term that means "servitor's half-child". It is used exclusively as an insult.
TFR p.245
Kuvesa tokhesa
phrase
A Klingon phrase that means, "I serve willingly"./Referred to as "Court Language".
TFR p.50/GL p.15
kuvit
n
A Klingon unit of measurement for expressing length./It is also used as an expression of a measurement of time.
Tt p.118/MTMT p.200
Kyanna
proper name
Klingon Princess and heir to the throne of the Klingon Empire. She was sentenced to death by her uncle the Emperor for treason.
TSW p.62
Kyrnon
proper name
Klingon warrior and associate of Aernath in support of Mara.
PAS p.171
Kyron gentai-Hann
proper name
Klingon warrior and captain of the battlecruiser IKV Falchion, currently assigned to distant border patrol. He is the nephew by marriage to the House of Kotzher.
DR p.7
Kyrtu
proper name
Klingon female who enjoyed shore leave on Argelius.
B p.128
Kytin
n
Name of a Klingon ship, designation KL55. The Kytin was part of a task force of 7 other ships sent to intercept the Enterprise that was testing a new form of inversion drive. The Kytin survived the engagement with the Enterprise along with two other ships.
TWS p.61
Kzantor
n
Class designation for a Klingon 4 passenger long range interstellar and atmospheric vehicle.
DC p.55
KZL-1456
proper noun-place
An area in the Klingon Empire where the Bureau of Agricolony Security had operations.
FASA:TNO p.3

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Battlestations, 1986. Diane Carey. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70183-5.
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BEM, 1993. Alan Dean Foster. 1st Edition. New York: Ballantine Books. ISBN: 0-345-38561-6.
BF
Black Fire, 1983. Sonni Cooper. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-83632-3.
BOP
Balance Of Power, 1995. Dafydd Ab Hugh. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-52003-2.
C
Crossroad, 1994. Barbara Hambly. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79323-3.
CCI
Counter-Clock Incident, 1993. Alan Dean Foster. 1st Edition. New York: Ballantine Books. ISBN: 0-345-38561-6.
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A Call To Darkness, 1989. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-74141-1.
CO
Cry Of The Onlies, 1991. Judy Klass. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-74078-4.
DC
Dwellers In The Crucible, 1985. Margaret Wander Bonanno. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-60373-6
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DC:TNG28
Comic book: Star Trek: The Next Generation #28 - The Remembered One, February 1992. Michael Jan Friedman (Writer), Bob Piraha (Letterer), et.al. New York: DC Comics.
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Dragon's Honor, 1996. Kij Johnson & Greg Cox. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-50107-0
DH1: I
Double Helix #1: Infection, 1999. John Gregory Betancourt. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-03255-0
DHQ
Double Helix: Quarantine, 1999. John Vornholt. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-03477-4
DI
Diplomatic Implausability, 2001. Keith R.A. DeCandido. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-78554-0.
DM
Dark Mirror, 1994. Diane Duane. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79438-8.
DM2-GD
Dark Matters #2: Ghost Dancer, 2000. Christie Golden. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-03583-5.
DO
Doctor's Orders, 1990. Diane Duane. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-66189-2
DOH1-AB
Day Of Honor #1: Ancient Blood, 1997. Diane Carey. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00238-4.
DOH2-AS
Day Of Honor #2: Armageddon Sky, 1997. L.A. Graf. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00675-4.
DOH4-TL
Day Of Honor #4: Treaty's Law, 1997. Dean W. Smith & Kristine K. Rusch. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00424-7.
DP
Debtor's Planet, 1994. W.R.Thompson. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88341-0
DR
Dreams Of The Raven, 1987. Carmen Carter. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70281-5
DS9TM
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual, 1998. Herman Zimmerman et al. New York: Pocket Books. ISBN: 0-671-01563-X
DV
Dark Victory, 2000. William Shatner. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00884-6
DW
Doomsday World, 1990. Peter David, Carmen Carter, Michael Jan Friedman & Robert Greenberger. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70237-8.
EFA
Enterprise, The First Adventure, 1986. Vonda N. McIntyre. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-62581-0.
ENT:KM
Kobayashi Maru, 2008. Michael A. Martin, Andy Mangels. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 1-4165-5480-7.
EOB
The Eyes of the Beholders, 1990. A.C Crispin. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70010-3
ET
IKS Gorkon: Enemy Territory, 2005. Keith R.A. DeCandido. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 1-4165-0014-6
FASA:KSRM
Klingon Ship Recognition Manual, 1985. 2nd edition. Chicago: FASA Corporation. ISBN: 0931-78741-6
FASA:TK
The Klingons: Star Fleet Intelligence & Game Operation Manuals, 1987. John M. Ford, Guy W. McLimore, Jr., et al. 2nd Edition. Chicago: FASA Corporation. ISBN: 0-931787-02-5
FASA:TNO
FASA module: The Natural Order, 1983. Guy W. McLimore, Jr. Chicago: FASA Corporation.
FASA:TSI
FASA module: The Strider Incident, 1987. Blaine Pardoe. Chicago: FASA Corporation.
FFS
Foreign Foes, 1994. Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88414-X.
FH
Fallen Heroes, 1994. Dafydd ab Hugh. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88459-X.
FOF
Faces Of Fire, 1992. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-74992-7.
FTD
From The Depths, 1994. Victor Milan. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-86911-6.
G
Grounded. 1993. David Bischoff. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79747-6.
Ga
Gauntlet. 2002. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-2792-0.
GL
Generation Leap. Sue Isle. Taken From "Klingons Over Kiron III".
GM
Guises Of The Mind. 1993. Rebecca Neason. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79831-6.
GW
Ghost Walker. 1991. Barbara Hambly. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-64398-3.
GW1
Genesis Wave #1. 2001. John Vornholt. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-1182-X.
GW2
Genesis Wave #2. 2001. John Vornholt. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-1183-8.
Haynes
Klingon Bird-of-Prey Owners' Workshop Manual, 2012. Rick Sternbach, Ben Robinson. Sparkford: Haynes Publishing. ISBN: 978-0-85733-276-9
HB
IKS Gorkon: Honor Bound, 2003. Keith R.A. DeCandido. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-5716-1
HH
Home Is The Hunter, 1990. Dana Kramer-Rolls. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-66662-2.
HMJTP
How Much For Just The Planet?, 1987. John M. Ford. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-62998-0
I
Ishmael, 1985. Barbara Hambly. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-73587-X.
IE
The IDIC Epidemic, 1988. Jean Lorrah. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70768-X.
IFS
Invasion! First Strike, 1996. Diane Carey. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-54002-5.
In
Infiltrator, 1996. W.R. Thompson. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-56831-9.
INOH
In The Name Of Honor, 2002. Dayton Ward. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-1225-7.
KLS
Kahless, 1996. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-54779-8.
LHoD1
The Left Hand of Destiny (Book One), 2003. J.G. Hertzler, Jeffrey Lang. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-2328-3
LHoD2
The Left Hand of Destiny (Book Two), 2003. J.G. Hertzler, Jeffrey Lang. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-6717-8494-3
M1-FTN
Millenium #1: The Fall of Terok Nor, 2000. Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-02401-9.
M2-WOP
Millenium #2: The War of the Prophets, 2000. Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-02402-7.
M3-I
Millenium #3: Inferno, 2000. Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-02403-5.
MBK1-R
My Brother's Keeper #1: Republic, 1999. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-01914-7.
MBK2-C
My Brother's Keeper #2: Constitution, 1999. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-01919-8.
MBK3-E
My Brother's Keeper #3: Enterprise, 1999. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-01920-1.
MEMA
My Enemy, My Ally, 1984. Diane Duane. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-65866-2.
MP
Memory Prime, 1988. Garfield & Judith Reeves-Stevens. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70550-4.
MTMT
More Troubles, More Tribbles, 1993. Alan Dean Foster. 1st Edition. New York: Ballentine Books. ISBN: 0-345-38522-5.
MU:DP1
Dark Passions: Book One, 2001. Susan Wright. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-1942-1
MW1
Maximum Warp: Book #1, 2001. Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-04749-3.
N
Nightshade, 1992. Laurell K. Hamilton. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79566-X.
NWNC
New Worlds, New Civilizations, 1999. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88103-5.
PAS
Pawns and Symbols, 1985. Majliss Larson. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-55425-5
PoV
The Prisoner of Vega, 1977. Sharon Lerner and Christopher Cerf. 1st Edition. New York: Random House. ISBN: 0-394-83576-X.
PP
Perry's Planet, 1979. Jack C. Haldeman II. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-24193-1.
PRE
Preserver, 2000. William Shatner. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-02125-7
QH
qurgh HoD
R
Recovery, 1995. J. M. Dillard. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88342-9.
R3-S
Rihannasu #3: Swordhunt, 2000. Diane Duane. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-04209-2
Re
Renegade, 1991. Gene Deweese. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-65814-X.
RF:LBC
Rise of the Federation: Live by the Code, 2016. Christopher L. Bennett. New York: Pocket Books. ISBN: 978-1-4767-7913-3
RHP
A Rock And A Hard Place, 1990. Peter David. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-69364-6.
ROE
Rules Of Engagement, 1990. Peter Moorwood. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-66129-9
ROT
Rings Of Tautee, 1990. Dean W. Smith & Kristine K. Rusch. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00171-X
Ru
Reunion, 1991. Michael Jan Friedman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-74808-4.
S
Sanctuary, 1991. John Vornholt. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-76994-4.
Sa
Sarek, 1994. A.C. Crispin. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79561-9.
SC
Sins of Commission, 1994. Susan Wright. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79704-2.
SD
Starship Design: Volume 34/No#1 1984. 1st Edition. Devon-Aurora Publications. Holyoke, Mass.
SMD
Spock Must Die! 1985. James Blish. 1st Edition. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-24634-8.
SNW II
Strange New Worlds II: "I Am Klingon" by Ken Rand, 1999. Dean W. Smith. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-02692-5.
SNW V:D
Strange New Worlds V: "Dementia in D Minor" by Mary Sweeney, 2002. Dean W. Smith. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-3778-0.
SNW V:T
Strange New Worlds V: "The Trouble With Borg Tribbles" by William Leisner, 2002. Dean W. Smith. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-3778-0.
SOTL
Ship Of The Line, 1997. Diane Carey. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00924-9.
Sp
Spectre, 1999. William Shatner. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00880-3.
SR
Station Rage, 1995. Diane Carey. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88561-8.
SSF
Ships of the Star Fleet 1988. Calon Riel. 1st Edition. Mastercom Data Center. Wilbraham, Mass.
ST III: TSS
Star Trek III: The Search For Spock, 1984. Vonda N. McIntyre. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-73133-5.
ST IV: TVH
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, 1986. Vonda N. McIntyre. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-63266-3.
ST V: TFF
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, 1986. J.M. Dillard. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-68008-0.
ST VI: TUC
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, 1992. J.M. Dillard. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-75883-7.
STA
Starfleet Academy, 1997. Diane Carey. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-01550-8.
STG
Star Trek: Generations, 1995. J.M. Dillard. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-53753-9.
STI
Star Trek Insurrection, 1998. J.M.Dillard. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-024477.
STK
Star Trek:Klingon, 1996. Dean W. Smith & Kristine K. Rusch. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00257-0.
STKA
Star Trek: Klingon Academy. 2000. 14° East; a trademark of Interplay Entertainment Corp. 1st Edition. California. ISBN: 1-57629-355-6. Information is taken from the cadet manual in that game.
SW
Slaver Weapon, 1996. Alan Dean Foster. 1st Edition. New York: Ballantine Books. ISBN: 0-345-40943-4.
SZ
Strike Zone, 1989. Peter David. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-67940-6.
T
Timetrap, 1988. David Dvorkin. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-64870-5.
TAE
The Ashes of Eden, 1995. William Shatner. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-52035-0.
TBE
Trial By Error, 1997. Mark Garland. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN:0-671-00251-1.
TBG
The Big Game, 1993. Sandy Schofield. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88030-6.
TC
The Conquered, 1999. Dafydd ab Hugh. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-01140-5.
TCC
The Covenant of the Crown, 1981. Howard Weinstein. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-83307-3.
TCF
The Chance Factor, 1997. Martin R. Burke/Diana G. Gallagher. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00732-7.
TCT
Tales from the Captain's Table, 2005. Keith R.A. DeCandido, et al. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 1-4165-0520-2
TDH
The Devil's Heart, 1993. Carmen Carter. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79325-X.
TEW
The Eugenics War: The Rise And Fall Of Khan Noonien Singh V.II, 2002. Greg Cox. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-7434-0643-5.
TFR
The Final Reflection, 1984. John M. Ford. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70764-7.
TFS
The Fearful Summons, 1995. Denny Martin Flynn. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-89007-7.
TI2
Triangle: Imzadi II, 1998. Peter David. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-02532-5.
TKG
The Klingon Gambit, 1981. Robert E. Vardeman. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-70767-1.
TOS
The Tears Of The Singers, 1984. Melinda Snodgrass. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-50284-0.
TOS:KM
The Kobayashi Maru, 1996. Julia Ecklar. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-65817-4.
TQC:QS
The Q Continuum: Q-Space, 1998. Greg Cox. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-01915-5.
TR
The Return, 1997. William Shatner. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-67152609-X
TRW
The Romulan Way, 1987. Diane Duane & Peter Morwood. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-63498-4
TST
The Starship Trap, 1993. Mel Gilden. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79324-1.
TSW
The Starless World, 1984. Gordon Eklund. 1st Edition. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-24675-5.
TT
The Tempest, 1997. Susan Wright. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00227-9.
TTC
The Trellisane Confrontation, 1984. David Dvorkin. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-67074-3.
TtM
Trek to Madworld, 1984. Stephen Goldin. 1st Edition. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-24676-3.
TWS
The Wounded Sky, 1983. Diane Duane. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-60061-3.
TWW
The Way of the Warrior, 1995. Diane Carey. 1st Edition. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-56813-2.
U
Unification, 1991. Jeri Taylor. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-77056-X.
V
Vengeance, 1998. Dafydd ab Hugh. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-00468-9.
V:RTW
Reap the Whirlwind, 2007. David Mack. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 1-4165-3414-8
WC
Warchild, 1994. Esther Friesner. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-88116-7.
WD
War Drums, 1992. John Vornholt. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN: 0-671-79236-9.
WWE
World Without End, 1979. Joe Haldeman. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-523-24174-5.

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