How Do You Translate into Klingon or Vulcan?

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Klingon is the name of one of the pre-eminent alien races on the science fiction classic Star Trek. With such a huge, devoted fanbase, the show and movies have brought forth their own pop culture mythology. One of these is the fact that fans have expanded on the Klingon language and have made available English to Klingon translations. There are many sources to find ways to make English words translate to Klingon on-line
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To translate into Klingon simply find one of the books of translation in any store or Amazon. You can find Hamlet or the Bible in Klingon as well. Or you can look at any number of translating websites. For extra fun you can go to a StarTrek convention and find a group that studies it and join in.
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You're not supposed to be hearing it through the Universal Translator. Even within the fictional universe, the Universal Translator is a concept that exists (inconsistently) between
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The same way as you translate into any other language: by learning the language. I can't speak to Vulcan, but for Klingon, step one is to get "The Klingon Dictionary" by
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The most succinct translation I can come up with is bIngaghpa' bIHegh; "You will die before you mate" I discuss this translation in a YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com
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Hi Sam, Here's how the conversation goes: WORF: "You used to be Curzon Dax? His name is an honored one among my people." JADZIA (in Klingon): "Yeah, but I'm a lot better
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You're not supposed to be hearing it through the Universal Translator. Even within the fictional universe, the Universal Translator is a concept that exists (inconsistently ...
You're not supposed to be hearing it through the Universal Translator. Even within the fictional universe, the Universal Translator is a concept that exists (inconsistently ...
The closest translation I can think of is "Hegh 'yav" which translates to Death Ground. ...
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