no' Hol

no' Hol (from no' ancestors and Hol language, so like language of the ancestors) is a fictional, older version of the klingon language.

It is mentioned in the foreword of the translator in paq'batlh and in the chapter "ritual language" in KGT. In the fiction, the language appears in old sources; some of its parts are preserved in the form quotes, which are used in ritual contexts.

no' Hol is generally recognised through a characteristic, which is already included in the title of paq'batlh: In modern klingon (ta' Hol language of the emperor) it should be called batlh paq, which means book of honor. In no' Hol the sequence of words is switched and between them is the typical apostrophe.

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Category: Grammar    Latest edit: 15 Nov 2016, by DirkSchlSser    Created: 15 Nov 2016 by DirkSchlSser

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