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[[Kang]] once lamented that in the [[2370s]], Klingon warriors were opening [[restaurant]]s to serve ''racht'' to the grandchildren of men he slaughtered in battle. ({{DS9|Blood Oath}})
 
[[Kang]] once lamented that in the [[2370s]], Klingon warriors were opening [[restaurant]]s to serve ''racht'' to the grandchildren of men he slaughtered in battle. ({{DS9|Blood Oath}})
   
{{bginfo|In the notation used by [[Marc Okrand]] in ''[[Klingon for the Galactic Traveler]]'', ''racht'' is spelled "''raHta'''".|According to the script for "Blood Oath", ''racht'' was pronounced as "RAcht". ''{{st-minutiae|resources/scripts/439.txt}}''}}
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{{bginfo|In the notation used by [[Marc Okrand]] in ''[[Klingon for the Galactic Traveler]]'', ''racht'' is spelled "''raHta{{'}}''". ''[https://www.kli.org/wiki/Food_vocab]''|According to the script for "Blood Oath", ''racht'' was pronounced as "RAcht". ''{{st-minutiae|resources/scripts/439.txt}}''}}
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:06, November 13, 2018

Racht

Racht

Racht was a Klingon food consisting of live worms resembling a larger version of gagh. When ordered, one needed to make sure that the racht was fresh. According to Melora Pazlar, "there's nothing worse than half-dead racht". (DS9: "Melora")

In 2370, Jadzia Dax and Arjin were served racht in Deep Space 9's Klingon restaurant, although Arjin was not overly thrilled with it. (DS9: "Playing God")

Kang once lamented that in the 2370s, Klingon warriors were opening restaurants to serve racht to the grandchildren of men he slaughtered in battle. (DS9: "Blood Oath")

In the notation used by Marc Okrand in Klingon for the Galactic Traveler, racht is spelled "raHta'". [1]
According to the script for "Blood Oath", racht was pronounced as "RAcht". [2]

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