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I've often thought of seeing about getting one of those Peace Poles with Klingon on it. I really hope you will offer pIqaD (the Klingon characters). Please let us know when Klingon is actually available.

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Dr. Okrand once said, on an msn newsgroup: "Question words (in this case, nuq "what?") function the same way pronouns do in questions with "to be" in the English translations. Thus, the question yIH nuq?...

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I don't see that anyone ever got you that graphic or that sound file. Do you still need those?

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We can also easily provide you with a graphic of the pIqaD once you determine the actual phrase you want to use.

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I wouldn't say that "fierce" has negative connotations, but it does imply an over-the-top dedication which can be scary in some situations. Though humans might say that "fierceness" is not always called...

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Request for help from MST3K

 Where is the flyer that needs to be translated?  I couldn't find it on the campaign page.

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Dictionary?

As you have already been informed, there is a dictionary and half of it is actually a description of the grammar. As such it is an essential tool for helping to learn Klingon, no matter where or how you...

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Need Translator services f

I might be willing to help you out.  I have been involved in the Klingon Language Community for 23 years.  I was an instructor at the original Klingon language camp.  I have been the language coach...

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Translation to Klingon

The original phrase comes from translations of Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians.  In the Greek, the word translated here as love is actually "agape", which has less to do with affection or lust...

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