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Best Klingon Proverbs

“A leader is judged not by the length of his reign but by the decisions he makes.”
Note : Kahless (quoted), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, “Tacking into the Wind”

“Great men do not seek power; it is thrust upon them.”
Note : Kahless (quoted), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, “Tacking into the Wind”

“If you cannot control yourself, you cannot command others.”
Meaning – If you cannot control yourself, you cannot command others
Note : Klingon Honor Guard manual,

“When someone dies not alone the death event is good.”
Meaning – Death is an experience best shared.
Note : Klingon Honor Guard manual,

“Pity the warrior that kills all his enemies”
Meaning – Pity the warrior who slays all his foes.
Note : Klingon Honor Guard manual,

“A sharp knife is useless if the eye is unable to clearly see.”
Meaning – A sharp knife is nothing without a sharp eye.
Note : Klingon Honor Guard manual,

“Act, and you may eat dinner. Think, and you may be dinner.”

“If winning is not important, why keep score?”
Note : Worf, Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 1, episode 15

“When cold revenge is served, the dish is always very good (or) Revenge is a dish best served cold”
Meaning – Revenge is a dish best served cold.
Note : Earliest known print reference: Mathilde (1841) by Marie Joseph Eugene Sue

“While one night happens, a running man is able to slit four thousand throats”
Meaning – Four thousand throats may be cut in one night by a running man.
Note : Klingon language source: The Klingon Dictionary, Marc Okrand

Impressive Klingon Proverbs

“Only a fool fights in a house that continues to burn.”
Meaning – Only a fool fights in a burning house.

“Soon a fool and his head will be seperated.”
Meaning – A fool and his head are soon parted.
Note : The Final Reflection, John M. Ford

“The wind does not respect a fool.”
Note : Klingon language source: The Klingon Way, Marc Okrand

“Victory cannot be achieved if an Empire is destroyed in order to win a war, and it is not failure if a battle is backed away from in order to preserve an Empire”
Meaning – Destroying an Empire to win a war is no victory. And ending a battle to save an Empire is no defeat.
Note : Klingon language source: The Klingon Way, Marc Okrand

“While fighting, only power is not enough.”
Meaning – Brute strength is not the most important asset in a fight.
Note : Klingon Honor Guard manual,

“Yet if my line should die,”
Note : It dies with its teeth in the enemy’s throat, It dies with its name on the enemy’s tongue. For just as mere life is not victory, Mere death is not defeat. And in the next world i shall kill the foe a thousand times, laughing, undefeated.

“You cannot loosen a man’s tongue with root beer.”
Note : Original Klingon: Worf

“This day is good in order to die.”
Meaning – Perhaps today is a good day to die.
Note : Worf, Star Trek: The Next Generation; oft-repeated

“To those who are overly cautious, everything is impossible.”
Note : Kahless the Unforgettable

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