Words followed by an * or ? are either non-canon or non-verified

wage war, do battle, fight, battle (v) must have an expressed object so ‘with' normally forms part of the translation GOB
wail, howl, cry (n) used alone and in sentences e.g., HEG BEY - death cry <> BEY SEQ - ceremonial howl BEY
wait (for) (v) LOS
waiter, waitress, food server (n) JABWI'
waitress, food server, waiter (n) JABWI'
wake (someone) up (v) VEMMOH
wake up, cease sleeping (v) VEM
walk (v) YIT
wall/partition (interior) (n) for exterior wall see RED XOY'
wall (exterior) (n) for an interior wall/partition see XOY' RED
wall, interior wall, interior face of exterior wall, territorial wall (n) [NEWS 12/7/98] XOY'
wall; interior face of exterior wall (n) [NEWS 12/7/98] PA' RED
wall of a city (from yer+gho) (n) [NEWS 12/7/98] YERGO
wall; territorial wall (e.g. Berlin Wall) (n) [NEWS 12/7/98] CEVWI' XOY'
want (v) NEH
war (an individual war) (n) NOH
war (n) NOH
war, warfare (n) VES
war; make war (v) QOJ
war; wage war, do battle, fight battle (v) must have an expressed object so ‘with' normally forms part of the translation GOB
warfare, war (n) VES
warhead (of a torpedo) (n) JORNUB
warhead (of a torpedo) (n) JORNEB
warn, alert (v) GUHMOH
warnog (name of a drink), Klingon ale (n) WORNAG
warp drive (n) PIVGOR
warp factor (n) PIVLOB
Warp Field (n) [BoP Poster] PIVCEM
warrant, deserve (v) KOX
warrior (n) SUVWI'
warrior (n) VAJ
warriors knife, d'ktahg (n) DAKTAG
warship (n) VESDUJ
washroom (n) PUCPA'
watch (v) BEJ
watch; chronometer (n) XAK
water (n) BIQ
water jug (n) BIQ BAL
wave (n) YU'EG
wave, flap, flutter (v) JOK
wavy-bladed knife (n) (w) QIS
we - (no object) (pre) MA-
we - him/her/it (pre) WI-
we - them (pre) DI-
we - you (plural) (pre) RE-
we - you (pre) PI-
we, us (pro) MAH
weak, be weak (v) PUJ
weaken (v) PUJMOH
weakling (n) PUJWI'
weakling, runt, scrawny one, skinny one (n) (slang) HOM
wealth, richness (n) MIP
weapon (n) NUH
wear (clothes) (v) TUQ
wear out (v) QOPMOH
weather (a specific weather condition at a given moment) (n) The word for the weather in general is just the word MUD. MUD DOX
weather (state of the weather in general) (n) When inquiring about specific weather conditions at a specific time and/or place, the expression MUD DOX - ‘atmosphere status' is used. MUD
week (Klingon) (n) HOG
weigh, have a weight of (v) FI'
weight; unit weight approx. 5 pounds (2.25kg) (n) [MSN 10/22/97] CEB
weird, be weird (v) TAQ
Well done!, Very good! (excl) MAJQA'
Well! So! (excl) TOH
weapons officer (n) NUHPIN
wet, be wet (v) YIQ
what? (ques) NUK
what did you say? huh? what? (excl) NUKJAX
What do you want? (greeting) (excl) NUKNEH
What time is it? [SEE ‘how many times? (ques)] ('ARLOG)
what? what did you say? huh? (excl) NUKJAX
wheeze (v) XOV
-when, as soon as (v-9) e.g., KARA'DI' - when I command you. -DI'
when? (ques) GORG
-where; as in ??? [SEE -which (v-9)] head noun should take the noun locative suffix (-DAK). (-BOG)
where? (ques) NUKDAK
-which (relative clause marker) (v-9) e.g. KIPU'BOG YAS - The officer who hit him/her. Federation Std phrases commonly use who, which, where, and that. e.g., the horse which is neighing, the plane that landed. To make sense of a clause implying ‘where' the head noun should take the locative suffix (-DAK). e.g., QE'DAK WISOPTA'BOG <> at the restaurant where we ate. Without it the sentence would translate ‘the restaurant that we ate. -BOG
-while (v-9) (always used with type 7 -taH) e.g., SUQOFTAHVIS - While they are sleeping. -VIS
whine (v) VIF
whisper (v) XUP
white, be white (v) CIS
-who, whom, which, that

[SEE -which (v-9)]

who? (ques) 'IV
whole, be whole, entire, full (v) NAQ
whole, entity (n) DOL
-whom, who, which, that

[SEE -which (v-9)]

why? (ques) KAX
width; have a width of (v) [MSN 10/22/97] JUC
wield or swing (a weapon) (v) especially if the weapon is an axe. QAC
wife (n) BE'NAL
-will, allow, let (implied when with a command prefix)

[SEE -cause (v-4)]

-willing (v-2) e.g., HEGKAF -he/she is willing to die. -KAF
win (a competition) (v) (v.t.) to a Klingon, to win is to function perfectly. {from Okrand's notes, HOLQED Vol. 2, No. 4} ["'To win' a competition is QAP. (If it's a decisive or particularly gratifying victory, they'd say QAPCU', even though that's a bit redundant.) In TKD, QAP is translated as 'succeed, work, function. To a Klingon, to win is to function perfectly.] {TKW page 211} QAP
wind, breeze (n) SUS
windbag, bellows (n) SUSDEK
window (n) QORWAG
wine, beer, liquor, alcohol, ale, (n) HIK
wing (n) TEL
winter (n) BOV BIR
with-in [SEE -locative (n-5)] (-DAK)
without, be without, lack (v) HUX
woman, female (n) BE'
wonder (v) SIV
wonderful, be wonderful, be great, be excellent, be splendid (v) (slang) KU'
Great!, Wonderful! (excl) (slang) The (v) (slang) may also be used as an exclamation and in this sense is interchangeable with COF. KU'
wonderful, be wonderful, great (v) DUN
-won't!, don't! (v-R) e.g., VIXOBQO' - I won't ask him/her -QO'
wood (n) SOR HAP
woods, forest (n) FEM
word (n) MU'
Worf (pr n) WO'RIV
work for (actively), earn (v) BAJ
work, function, succeed, win (a competition) (v) QAP
work, toil (v) VUM
working, be working [SEE: be in operation, operate (v)] (QAP)
world, realm (n) KO'
worm, serpent (n) GARG
worn out, be worn out (v) QOP
worrywart (n) REJMORG
worsen (v) 'ARG
worthless, be worthless (v) LO'LAHBE'
worthlessness (n) LO'LAHBE'GAC
wound (v) QID
wraith; [see spirit (n)] (KA')
wrap, encase (v) KAT
wreck (v) PUY
wrist (body part) (n) YEB
write, mark (upon) , engrave, incise (v) see also KON – record, compose and GER - formulate, compile. GIX
writer's cramp (n) FAV
writhe (v) NOG
wrong, be wrong (v) MUJ
wrong, treat unjustly (v) QIH
wrong; do the wrong thing, do something wrongly [SEE –Undo (v-9)] (-HA')

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