Klingon Part 2
It was important to the producer for there to be some consistency to the language during their film series and not to be a chain of senseless sounds as many other languages in science fiction films.
Gradually, fans of the series and linguists began to get excited about the language and began to learn it.
The Klingon Language Institute, which is based in Pennsylvania, deals with the conservation, protection and distribution of the language.
The dictionary written by Okrand functions as a standard work and the basis of the grammar. The Klingon Dictionary contains a total of about 2,500 words.