Put 'mInD your HeaD' into the converter here: Klingon text converter
OK, I accept that I might be stereotyping just a bit, but I'd guess that SOMEONE knows someone* who could write Klingon. We've just painted "Mind Your Head" on the underside of a staircase in several different languages, and we have a step spare. You can see where this is going...
So Geeks; what can you offer?
*Your secret is safe with me if it is you...
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That translator you linked says it transmutes Latin into plqaD. Latin for mind your head is complicated because, well, Latin.
'Be careful of your head' translates to 'Diligenter de capite vestro'
Mind your head seems to translate to animum tuum which translates back to 'your mind' so this doesn't really work.
Sadly I have no knowledge of Latin grammar and syntax so I'm relying on Google Translate.
The actual Klingon for mind your head is this...
tova'Daq be'nallI mIv (mind your helmet, as there is no klingon word for head)
Ahh... I'd taken the "Latin" to be Latin script, rather than language.
Remember to tell the person minding their head that they are a cowardly petaQ for minding their head in the first place instead of showing the door who is boss.
Writing "Mind your helmet" on the wall of a school is just asking for trouble...
Have you included an arabic language on your staircase? Useful and subtly inclusive. Win win all round.
We're thinking about Arabic, and Khmer looks REALLY interesting!
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