[tlhIngan Hol] Is Daq'a' canon ?

mayqel qunenoS mihkoun at gmail.com
Mon Jan 8 06:57:32 PST 2018


I don't know, what's the story with this word.

All I know is that I was informed, with regards to its existence, by a
little bird whose name we are not supposed to mention.

~ nI'ghma

On Jan 8, 2018 16:52, "Steven Boozer" <sboozer at uchicago.edu> wrote:

> nI'ghma asks:
> > A little bird told me, that in a deleted scene of the 2009 star trek
> movie
> > appears the phrase:
> >     tlhIngan wo' Daq'a' bo'elpu'
> >     you have entered the jurisdiction of the klingon empire
> > Does anyone know, whether this phrase was written by 'oqranD ?
> > Is the above translation of {Daq'a'} = jurisdiction, canon ?
>
> This is news to me.  Was there any other Klingon in that movie -- J.J.
> Abram's "Star Trek" (ST11), right? I don't have anything in my notes.
>
> By 2009 we already had the nouns {teblaw'} "jurisdiction" and {yer}
> "domain, holdings, territory" so there was no pressing need for {Daq'a'} -
> unless the original line was somehow different.  (The production companies
> have been known to change subtitles, but not the spoken Klingon dialogue,
> after a scene is filmed.)
>
> --Voragh
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