Klingon Pocket Dictionary
|Use pos:ns2 to find noun suffixes type 2 (also try numbers 1–5).|
The book has a Klingon–English, and an English–Klingon side. The wordlists are automatically generated from a flat text database, which is human readable and easy to update. The database has been continuously updated and improved since it was created in late .
|"…"||search for a phrase (containing more than one word)|
|*||matches any alphabetical character|
|tlh:…||search Klingon words (case sensetive)|
|en:…||search English translations|
|sv:…||search Swedish translations|
|pos:…||search part-of-speech field|
(use abbrev from Introduction, ns#, vs# or free text)
|def:…||search defining sources|
|ref:…||search referring sources|
Case only matters when you’re using the search prefix tlh:, otherwise all searches are case insensetive.