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I am not sure if this should be asked here or on Linguistics.SE. It seems that Klingon is the most developed fantasy language. That fits well with writing a translator as an exercise in programming and natural language processing.

Where can sources of distilled knowledge of Klingon be found:

  • a corpus of text
  • English - Klingon dictionary
  • explicit grammar rules
  • recordings of spoken Klingon?

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  • @FuzzyBoots thanks for the resource. But I can't find a corpus of texts, written in Klingon, inside it. My target is at least several tens of thousands of words of coherent text, not nececerily translated. – Vorac Dec 5 '17 at 19:56
  • There isn't really a collected corpus, but you can find many texts (translated and not) at www.klingonska.org/canon. Also, the world's first original novel in Klingon (not translated) is available online: nuqbopbom.blogspot.se – loghaD Dec 21 '17 at 5:50
  • Explicit grammar rules: The Klingon Dictionary covers all the basics very efficiently. You'll find more info in Klingon for the Galactic Traveler as well as the Klingon Grammar Addendum by ter'eS: klingonwiki.net/En/KlingonGrammarAddendum – loghaD Dec 21 '17 at 5:54
  • For additional (non-translated) Klingon texts, see Qo'noS QonoS: kli.org/QQ – loghaD Dec 21 '17 at 5:55

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