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Flags of Klingon Language

Last modified: 2010-09-20 by antónio martins
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Klingon Language flag
image by António Martins, 07 Nov 2005
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Presentation

Klingon language is said to have about 1000 speakers.
António Martins, 04 Jun 1999


About the flag

The website of The Klingon Language Institute presents a row of small flag icons linking to the different language versions of the site; a multicolored, yellow-fimbriated “Empire sign” on black is used to symbolize Klingon; I guess that this means that the logo-on-red KLI flag does not double as the flag of Klingon language itself.
António Martins, 07 Nov 2005


Klingon Language Institute

Klingon Language Institute
image by António Martins, 04 Jun 1999

The K.L.I. is a US registered organization.
António Martins, 07 Nov 2005

I have a dim recollection of having seen the Klingon Language Institute’s own logo on a plain red background, akin to the Klingon flag itself.
António Martins, 04 Jun 1999

On the KLI logo it is written «qo’mey poSmoH Hol» (=   ), which means «language opens worlds».
Željko Heimer, 06 Jan 2004

According to the website of the institute, its flag does not double as the flag of Klingon language itself — which it symbolizes with the black flag.
António Martins, 07 Nov 2005


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