Each Klingon verb begins with a single prefix that indicates who or what is performing the action described by the verb and, when relevant, who or what is the recipient of that action. In other words, Klingon verb prefixes indicate both the subject and the object of the sentence.

wot moHaq raS - Verb Prefix Table
 
I
you
he/her/it
we
you(pl)
they
None
jI-
bI-
0
ma-
Su-
0
me
cho-
mu-
tu-
mu-
you
qa
Du-
pI-
nI-
 
 
I
you
he/her/it
we
you(pl)
they
him/her/it
vI-
Da-
0
wI-
bo-
lu-
us
ju-
nu-
che-
nu-
 
 
I
you
he/her/it
we
you(pl)
they
you(pl)
Sa-
lI-
re-
lI-
 
 
I
you
he/her/it
we
you(pl)
they
them
vI-
Da-
0
DI-
bo-
0
 
I
you
he/her/it
we
you(pl)
they
Imperatives
 
you(sg)
you(pl)
None
yI-
pe-
me
HI-
HI-
you
 
 
you(sg)
you(pl)
him/her/it
yI-
yI-
us
gho-
gho-
 
 
you(sg)
you(pl)
you(pl)
 
 
you(sg)
you(pl)
them
tI-
tI-
 
you(sg)
you(pl)