Did you mayhaps mean lingo?
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“I’d say dressing up as a Trekkie or a klingon is also way too involved.”
“The some of the symbols on the bottom of this thing are just part of the make-believe "klingon" alphabet.”
“I was going to call him 'klingon', but feared that would be way over his head.”
“Hallmark Keepsake star trek next gen klingon bird prey”
“Star Trek Strike Force — Klingon Great Hall — Micro star trek klingon tri-foil logo 12 inch jacket patch”
“STAR TREK~THE CLASSIC SERIES COMMUNICATORS (PROP-LIKE) star trek communicators klingon/bajoran new”
“SJS: I think you are right, if they run it long enough they will do the stages really well - its RDMs strong point - different seasosn of Ds9 (klingon war, dominion war, occupation etc - And of course all the BSG stages but dont want to spoli that for those who havnt ….)”
“Seven eventually loathing the borg and of course B'elanna starting out and through most of the show disliking her klingon side.”
“I was born with a cleft lip and in that episode her klingon half is removed and she says how she was always trying to hide her ridges as a child and now she finally got her wish but she realizes she's incomplete without that and it was a turning point for me realizing I'd be a very different person if I didn't have a cleft.”
“Which in my head is kind of like klingon, except funnier.”
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Interesting gene names. Some of these may have changed recently (to something less offensive/funny).
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Names of constructed languages (excluding Tolkien's, which get a list of their own) and languages presented only in works of fiction. I'm going to be flexible about what gets listed and include bot...
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Writing systems (alphabets, syllabaries, etc.) from fiction (e.g. Tengwar) or otherwise from off the beaten track (e.g. Passing the River): inspired by omniglot.com/writing/fictional.php and omnigl...
All of these things exist, I swear!
Whether slang, acronyms, or madeupical, they're too good not to put on some list or other. See the companion list, "Favorite Words That Are Really More Like Phrases," here.
When I was in third grade an extra credit assignment I did was to make a list of at least fifty languages. I got to fifty, then kept going... and going... and going. Even twenty years later, I am ...
...a work in progress
names of languages
Looking for tweets for klingon.