Dictionary by Simon & Schuster
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The Klingon-English Dissector analyzes and describes Klingon words. Enter any Klingon word into the Dissector to see the structure of the word including both noun and verb suffixes and prefixes.
From the Dissector you can also access quick reference for all types of Klingon nouns and verbs. There you will find descriptions and examples of how Klingon words are formed and arranged.
Customize your deck with exactly the words you need. Flashcards can be grouped by topic using folders or colors and reorganized whenever you like. You can let the auto-fill option supply the definition for you, or enter your own. Store your flashcards as long as you need them, and edit or delete when you see fit.
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128. One hundred twenty eight. Wa'vatlh cha'maH chorgh.
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The Klingon-English Dictionary includes:
- 5,000 headwords
- 7,000 definitions
- Verb conjugations
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