This is a list of licensed Star Trek products that make substantial use of the constructed language tlhIngan Hol.
Feature filmsEditThe first lines of tlhIngan Hol were written by James Doohan for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Marc Okrand would later use those lines as a basis for constructing a full Klingon language.
The following Star Trek feature films make use of tlhIngan Hol:
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture
- Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
- Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
- Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
- Star Trek Into Darkness
tlhIngan Hol is also used in two deleted scenes from Star Trek (2009).
Language learning materialsEdit
- The Klingon Dictionary by Marc Okrand
- Klingon for the Galactic Traveler by Marc Okrand
- The Grammarian's Desk by Captain Crankor
- How to Speak Klingon by Ben Grossblatt
- The Klingon Way by Marc Okrand
- Klingon Bird-of-Prey Owners' Workshop Manual by Rick Sternbach and Ben Robinson
Works in KlingonEdit
- The Klingon Hamlet, translated by Nick Nicholas and Andrew Strader
- Much Ado About Nothing: The Restored Klingon Text, translated by Nick Nicholas
- ghIlghameS: A Klingon Translation, translated by Roger Cheesbro
- Tao Te Ching (pIn'a' qan paQDI'norgh), translated by Agnieszka Solska