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Re: [Tlhingan-hol] Klingon Word of the Day: QI'tomer

Steven Boozer (

> Klingon Word of the Day for Saturday, July 18, 2015
> Klingon word: QI'tomer
> Part of speech: noun
> Definition: Khitomer

  QI'tomerDaq Heghpu' Hoch 
  No one survived Khitomer ("Everyone died at Khitomer"). TKW

Worf's father, Mogh, was accused of having aided the Romulans in attacking the Khitomer Outpost of which he was governor, but K'mpec revealed to Worf that the traitor was in fact Duras' father, Ja'rod. Kahlest was young Worf's *ghojmok* on Khitomer. (TNG "Sins of the Father") Worf had not yet reached the Age of Inclusion when he was orphaned at Khitomer. (TNG "Heart of Glory")

The Khitomer Accords began in AD 2293. (ST6)

KGT 1:  After years marked by increased cooperation, mutual understanding, and sharing of knowledge, a protracted period of relative amity between the Klingon Empire and the United Federation of Planets came to an abrupt end not long ago when the Empire withdrew from the peace treaty known as the Khitomer Accords over an incident regarding war with the Cardassian Union. Ironically, that same war has brought the two governments back together. Though he did so with some trepidation, Klingon Chancellor Gowron recently agreed to once again honor the accords and to engage in joint missions with the Federation.

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