pegh mu'

pegh mu' is a language game played at qep'a' or qepHom. The phrase can literally mean "The word is secret" and "the secret's word". It takes its form from the old TV game show Password.

Two teams of two partners face each other. A Klingon word is revealed to one member of each team and to the audience. The two teams alternate turns with the word-knowing partner on each team giving single-word clues to the word-guessing partner. The value of a correct guess starts at ten points and decreases with each attempt, with the round cancelled after six unsuccessful guesses.

Traditionally, one member of each team is a "celebrity Grammarian".

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Category: General    Latest edit: 26 Sep 2014, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 25 May 2014 by KlingonTeacher

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