Federation Travel Guide

Star Trek: Federation Travel Guide is a book by Michael Jan Friedman (New York: Pocket Books, 1997). There were about three pages on Kronos and Marc Okrand contributed this one "useful phrase", introducing the verb jeq protrude from.

Okrand discussed jeq (1):
The object of this verb would be the thing from which something else (the subject) protrudes. Thus, chor jeq taj means a knife protrudes from a belly. I suppose this is a handy word to know if you're vacationing on Qo'noS.

See also


1 : Okrand on startrek.klingon, 6/1997

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