Klingon

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From the Star Trek franchise, purportedly by Gene Roddenberry, named for Lieutenant Wilbur Clingan of the Los Angeles Police Department

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Klingon (plural Klingons)

  1. (countable) Member of a fictional alien warrior race depicted as having distinctive forehead ridges and a culture based on strict observance of honour, loyalty, and combat.

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Klingon

  1. An artificial language created by Marc Okrand, first appearing in a Star Trek episode in 1967.

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