Klingon is an artificial language originally created for the television and motion-picture series Star Trek. It represents one of the rare times when a trained linguist has been called upon to create a language for a fictional culture. Klingon was invented by Marc Okrand, who is recognized as the true authority on the language. It is propagated primarily by the Klingon Language Institute and its members. It is probably the most commonly spoken fictional language in existence.
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Klingon Language Institute
Nonprofit organization offers language tutorials, related merchandise, mailing list and membership information.
Klingon and Esperanto: The Odd Couple?
A short article by Glen Proechel, first published in "Esperanto U.S.A." in 1994, comparing the Klingon language to Esperanto.
Klingon as Linguistic Capital
Bachelor's thesis in sociology by Yens Wahlgren. Marc Okrand, the creator of Klingon, and 18 advanced Klingonists are interviewed.
The Klingon Language
Includes dictionary and analysis program, translations of English works, links, and other resources.
A brief description of the language.
Includes documentation of all canon, careful analyses, links, and reference materials.
Information on how to write the Klingon alphabet in longhand.
A two-way translator and morphological analyzer, available online or as a download.
MP3 download of the song "Rojqoq," which translates to "So-Called Peace." Includes the written lyrics in Klingon and English.
Suvwl' van bom
Video clips and vocabulary videos showing hints on spelling and pronunciation.
tlhIngan Hol gho
An e-group. From WebRing.
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