Welcome to the Klingon Assault Group's Hol 'ampaS (Language Academy) run by Admiral qurgh zantai-lungqIj, the current Hol 'ampaS DevwI'. We have created this site to help teach others about the Klingon Language as well as to supply solid language information to both KAG members and the general public.

If you are interested in learning the Klingon Language, chatting with other new students or just need a quick translation, you can join us in our Facebook group: Learn Klingon.

On this site you will find:

  • Searchable Klingon dictionary/translator. Now supports both pIqaD and Romanized tlhIngan Hol.
  • Klingon grammar guide
  • Klingon lessons
  • Klingon Word Search game
  • Media database of Klingon language audio and video clips
  • Klingon Flashcards, including a set for the Klingon Language Certification Test
  • Play the popular 2048 game with Klingon numbers.

If you would like a Klingon word of the Day sent to your cell phone, TXT 'follow kwotd' to 40404 and follow the instructions. You can also follow @kwotd on twitter, or read the daily Klingon word at either our Facebook page or in the Learn Klingon Facebook group

Like the Hol 'ampaS Facebook Page!

Check out our Chrome Extension that allows you to easily search the dictionary from any page. You can download it directly from the chrome store.

pIqaD Support

pIqaD (Klingon writing) support has been added. Viewing pIqaD on this site does not require a download, however writing pIqaD does. There are currently several methods of installing the pIqaD font, depending on your current system.

  • Windows 10
  • Download this installer and run it. Then download and install this registry change to enable pIqaD support in many Windows applications. (Or use this registry file to use the pIqaD HaSta font instead, which must be installed seperately)

  • Windows Vista/7/8
  • Download this installer and run it.

  • Windows Mobile
  • Download and install this CAB file on your device. Then reboot.

  • Other Systems
  • Download the pIqaD Font and install it as you normally would for your system

Once it is installed, you may have to set your web browser to detect it using the following instructions:

  • Netscape/Mozilla
  • Under Tools/Options select pIqaD as your default font.

  • Internet Explorer/Edge
  • The Registry change linked above will enable pIqaD on Internet Explorer and Edge.

All the fonts (KApIqaD, pIqaD, HaSta - TrueType TTF and Web woff) used on this page are available here. These are free to use, but we ask that this page is mentioned if they are used in a commercial product.