[tlhIngan Hol] Klingon Word of the Day: Hutvagh

Steven Boozer sboozer at uchicago.edu
Mon May 21 06:43:09 PDT 2018


Klingon word: Hutvagh
Part of speech: noun
Definition: too many people or things in a place at once
Source: HQ (11:3 p13)
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(HQ 11.3:13 [Sep 2002]):  On his drive up to attend {qep'a' HutDIch}, it is believed that Marc Okrand was in communication with Maltz (the precise mechanics responsible for this are unknown and unimportant to the present concern). Traffic along the interstate was particularly heavy, a topic which at some point entered into the conversation. Dr. Okrand reports that Maltz volunteered the Klingon term {Hutvagh}, a noun, meaning "too many people or things in a place all at once". Maltz further indicated that the term was used as word play, a substitution for the more common {Qu'vatlh} which might otherwise be heard in such situations.

PUN:  {Hut vagh} "nine five":  I-95 is the interstate highway between Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.

SEE ALSO:
ghom'a' 	crowd (n)

qev 		crowd (v)
mob 		be alone (v)

--
Voragh
Ca'Non Master of the Klingons




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