S puq lut rorgh
puk lut rorg ] / [ puk lut rorg ]
Klingon letters:
puk lut rorg
puk lut rorg

fairy tale

word type: noun, TKD chapter 3.

This noun is made of the parts puq lut and rorgh.


The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

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For "fairy," maybe you can use SIqnaSwaq, a Klingon mythological creature sort of like a gnome or elf. I wouldn't use SIqnaSwaq lut for "fairy tale," however. For that, I'd probably go with puq lut or lut rorgh or puq lut rorgh.

(Marc Okrand for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 2020)

Note that this is not a set phrase. It's not a word for "fairy tale", only a suggestion for a way to describe the idea, depending on context (i.e. story for children or not for children).

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Latest edit: 21 Apr 2020, by KlingonTeacher
Created: 21 Apr 2020, by KlingonTeacher

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