May 26 2024

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Bing Klingon Language Translator

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In celebration of the premiere of Star Trek into Darkness, Bing and Marc Okrand, creator of the Klingon language, have joined to “to make a special language addition of Klingon, the native language of the Klingon population spoken in the Star Trek films, to the Bing Translator.”

The Bing translator can be used on Bing.com, and on any Windows 8 phone to translate words and phrases from English to Klingon or from Klingon to English, with the touch of a button!

To access the Bing Translator and start speaking Klingon, head to the link located here.

Oh, and attention all Klingons;  “qaStaHvIS yIn romuluS!”

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19 thoughts on “Bing Klingon Language Translator

  1. lol, wasn’t me… So, just to be clear, you’re going to accost anyone that comes to this site and posts as a guest because you think they’re me? Good to know.

  2. I honor all you that have dedicated the time to learn the Klingon language. Where can I learn this language in order to join your ranks?

  3. Klingon Translate iPhone app is out, powered by the Bing engine!
    It supports more than 10 languages, English word translation is free forever!

  4. It means… “Life is best when you’ve killed a Romulan!” Context, “Life is a dead Dragon!” or more apply put, “The only good Romulan is a dead Romulan!” “Miller poH!”

  5. And think people, i.e. homosapiens… Klingons speak in similar terms like Germans. “Du bist ein Schwein Hund!” English, “You are a pig dog!” I bet a spordanant would understand a slap in the back of the head followed with, “logh nach”, i.e. “space head.”
    Or how about, Klingon-“jejlew’ nach”, German-“Luft Kopf”, English-“Air head”. “largh SoH romuluSngan ‘Iw!” would be one heck of a compliment, i.e. “You smell of Romulan blood!”

  6. hello can anybody decode this for me please? thank you very much! n Q YurI m pP nnnnnnYEA 🙂 jujU p

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