[tlhIngan Hol] STID canon

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Tue Sep 6 11:58:34 PDT 2016

> There's another canon example from Star Trek Into Darkness. When the
> Klingons are chasing Mudd's ship, they broadcast a message that sounds
> like {bISaqQo'chugh vaj bIHegh}. It's a very noisy scene, but it's there
> in the background.

Thanks.  I didn't know of this line.  Did you catch anything else?  Occasionally lines make it into the movie without any translation, sometimes marked "Speaks Klingon" in the subtitles.

Here are all the lines I know of from STID which Lieven previously posted to the list:  

jIvuylaH. jIve'.
I am here to help you.
[= lip-match for the original line: DevwI' ghaH 'Iv'e'?]

With respect.

ghach jIvvo' naH. DaH pIghvamDaq So''eghtaH. 
There is a criminal* hiding in these ruins.
(*The English subtitles were first planned using the word "terrorist", the German subtitles even use it.)

'ej Dojmey wID - vInDa'ma' peq. 
He has killed many of our people.
 ("and he massacred multitudes - he slaughtered our compatriots") 

toH, Hey Humanpu'.  qatlh DISaH? 
Why should I care about a human killing humans?

potlhmo' batlh, vIqawba'. 
Because you care about honor.

'ej chIvo' neH chIw vum'e'. 
And this man has none.

Qob lIb bam SoH chuDlI' je. 
You and your people are in danger.

tlhIngan ghantoH pIn'a'
Ca'Non Master of the Klingons

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