Word: to be unique, the only one



This means "only" in the sense of a sole member of a class (e.g. "the only cadet"), as opposed to the word {neH} (e.g. "only a/the cadet").

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  1. I would use {wa' (. . .) neH}, maybe with one English sentence broken down into two Klingon sentences.

    {bIghHa'vam qun'e', narghta' wa' qama' neH. SanDaj Qav Sovbe'lu'.}
    "The only escapee from this prison was never heard from again."
    [lit. In the history of this prison, only one prisoner escaped. His final fate is unknown.]