Links to Other Pages About the Klingon Language
If you know of or maintain a webpage that seem to bee suited for this page, please mail me firstname.lastname@example.org so that that we might add it. Be aware though, we’re only interested in pages that relate to the Klingon Language, such as on-line dictionaries, fiction and poems written in tlhIngan Hol, language resources, language courses etc. Anything in Klingon, or about the language – nothing else.
|Alph||Alphabet/pIqaD and pronounciation|
|Cont||Contacts, adresses to people speaking/learning Klingon|
|Link||Links of interest|
|Lit||Literature and poetry|
|Mus||Music and lyrics|
|Teach||Teaching aids and courses|
|Ref||Reference works to grammar|
|Rev||Reviews and comments on Klingon Material|
|Prog||Programs and software|
- The cha’logh vagh Metrical Form.
- [lit] Mark A. Mandel’s small, but interesting collection of verses in tlhIngan Hol, and a description of the cha’logh vagh metrical form originally published in jatmey, volume two (Winter 1996). [Added 1998-06-29]
- jI’ojtaH nuqvaD?
- [lit] ”What do I thirst for?” a poem translated by Michael Everson. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Earthling meets Earthlings.
- [lit] Another Klingon poem, in pIqaD, romanized Klingon, and English, written by Bruno Moser. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- [lit] Second and third verses of the poem ”Jabberwocky” from Through The Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll, translated into Klingon by Keith Lim. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- A Klingon–English Lexicon on the Web.
- [dict] A Klingon–English (CGI) lexicon developed by Erik Mats, a friend of mine, using my Canon Klingon Dictionary wordlist. Unfortunately this has not been updated with vocabulary from the KGT. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- K’Mels Guide to Klingon Cyberspace.
- Star Trek: Klingon reviewed by Steven Mar.
- [rev] A reviewed by Steven Mar of the CD-ROM computer game and its language lab. [Added 1998-06-29]
- The Klingon Language Institute.
- A simple, but useful page. The KLI represents a large part of the Klingon-speaking community, and their quarterly journal, HolQeD, is truly refreshing to read. Their mailing list is also a must for the beginner. [Updated 1998-07-28]
- Khemorex Klinzhai! – tlhIngan Hol.
- [lit, mus] A page maintained by Khemorex Klinzhai containing a lot of texts collected from the KLI’s FTP site, ILS and the Itabashi Klingon Museum, they also have a CGI interface for the mu’ HaqwI’, Klingon word analyser. (But try nenghep.) [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Chrisp’s pages – mu’ HaqwI’ Information.
- [prog] A Klingon language analyzer and dictionary written by Christoph Pfisterer (available for Mac, Windows, UNIX, DOS, OS/2 and a CGI version for UNIX). [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Interstellar Language School – qIb HeHDaq.
- [teach] The Internet edition of the journal of the ILS, a less serious alternative to KLI. Glen F. Proechel (leader of the ILS) and his work has often been criticized by the KLI. But his productivity has yet to be beaten, he has translated the New Testament, Hamlet, and produced many other things. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- The Soon-to-be-Refit ”Paramount Hol” Guide.
- [ref] McReynolds’ guide to Paramount’s useage of ”their” Klingon language in the Star Trek. Unfortunately no updates have been done in a long time, but otherwise this is a fanastic site. Wouldn’t be suprised if Okrand himself used it when writing the KGT. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Michael’s Klingon Pages. (Requires Frames)
- [alph, link] This page features a description of pIqaD and its history and some Klingon artwork. Contains errors but also some unique information about the Klingon alphabet. By Michael Rudolph. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Sami tlhIngan Hol De’.
- [alph, link, lit] This page presents a home-made pIqaD font and some interpretations of the Klingon alphabet as pictures, some Klingon and Star Trek related links, and a somewhat longer text in Klingon. By Sami Laitala. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Proposal to encode Klingon in Plane 1 of ISO/IEC 10646-2.
- [alph] The Klingon UniCode proposal. [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Teresh’s Home Page – Klingon Stuff
- [link, lit, prog, ref] Contains some interesting stuff. Some texts in Klingon, a marvelous ”Klingon Grammar Addenda” with notes on grammar now in common use, but adopted after (or for other reasons not described in) TKD, some utility programs (for PC) and DaqtaghwIj vIper. By Teresh. [Updated 1999-07-14]
- toDbaj De’.
- A page with links to KLI’s Klingon Shakespeare Restoration Project and Klingon Bible Translation Project and some own material. [Added 1998-06-28]
- Deja News: Browse alt.startrek.klingon.
- A newsgroup I have not had much time looking into. From what I hear though it is worth the effort. [Added 1998-06-28]
- Paramount; Klingon word of the day.
- Formerly only available on the Microsoft Network, now on Paramount’s Star Trek site. Okrand once told us to look out for now words here, is that still necessary? [Added 1998-06-28]
- ’eSqIl juH.
- [mus] A page partly in pIqaD, with Klingon translation of several of Die Krupps lyrics (”Fatherland”, ”To the Hilt”, ”Isolation” and ”The Dawning of Doom”). [Added 1998-06-28]
- Itabashi Klingon Museum.
- A Japanese page with some Kafka short stories in Klingon, a list of classified nouns and a lot of other stuff. [Added 1998-06-28]
- Nick Nicholas Klingon Page.
- Nick Nicholas’s page about different Klingon projects, such as the ”Klingon Localization Project” (a project to translate the MacOS into Klingon) which unfortunately halted because of copyright problems, and the different KLI translation projects. [Added 1998-06-29]
- tlhIngan Hol, the Klingon Language
- [mus, ref, prog] Jarno Peschier’s webpage contains a list of Klingon names, a datafile for use in a word interpretation program and a midi-file of the Klingon Anthem. [Added 1998-07-28]
- North Star Klingon Outpost
- [prog, link] MrKlingon’s (or is it JPKlingon?) webpage, containing wa’ cha’ wa’maH a simple online game in Klingon, the UTA (Universal Translator Project) – a program to maintain a multiple language dictionary and some links. [Added 1998-07-28]
- Teach Klingon
- [prog] A page about Andrew’s Mac program (downloadable) to learn Klingon (requires HyperCard 2.0 or later). [Added 1998-07-28]
- Klingon Artwork Page
- [lit] A poem, and a joke in Klingon. Maintained by qumwI’ HoD tlho’QaD [Added 1998-07-28]
- Sev Trek: The Klingon Translation!
- [lit] Klingon translations of some strips of John Cook’s Star Trek parody Sev Trek. [Added 1998-08-04]
- Klingon reference material at the Uppsala English Bookshop.
- [ref] All the klingonist’s most relevant reference books are available locally here in Uppsala, Sweden. Uppsala English Bookshop is also the nicest bookshop I’ve ever been to – visit it! [Added 1999-05-17]
- Fehler im offiziellen Wörterbuch.
- [rev] A list of errors in Das Offizielle Wörterbuch Klingonisch/Deutsch Deutsch/Klingonisch (the German transation of The Klingon Dictionary), maintained by Lieven L. Litaer. [Added 1998-06-29]
- Jupp’s Klingonischseiten.
- [ref] A page in German, which seems very nice. A translation of major parts of the TKD. Created by Josef Schugt [Updated 1998-10-10]
- Der Klingonische Sprachkurs.
- [ref] Another language course for learning Klingon, this time by Roman Franz. Unfortunately I can’t say anything about it, since I don’t speak German. [Updated 1998-10-10]