Translation to Klingon
I see from the History page that this translation has been deleted before.
The Klingon word appears in Wiktionary: Qapla'
There are Klingon translations of the Bible: http://www.google.com/search?q=bible+klingon
Surely, it is undesirable to have the entire Klingon lexicon appear in the Translations sections of all corresponding English words; but this is perhaps the most popular word in the entire Klingon language.
Sam0472 02:42, 5 May 2007 (UTC)
- I asked the question because the deletions were made without comment.
- I since found this:
- So it appears that Klingon was recently placed on a short list of unacceptable languages.
- "Qapla'" makes a shorter email closing than "May your herds and flocks be fat and plentiful," and would seem to approach being as much a part of the popular culture as "Beam me up, Scotty." Having the translation here would close the loop started by the link to this entry from Qapla'. But the recent decision seems to suggest that the days of the Qapla' entry are numbered anyway. Sam0472 05:56, 5 May 2007 (UTC)
successively in "Derived terms" ??
Does "successively" deserve to be entered into the "Derived terms" section of the article? Or is it "too far away" entymologically-speaking?