Vulcan | English | Description | Category |
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shalat | quadrant | a circular arc of 90°; one fourth of the circumference of a circle; the plane area bounded by such an arc and two perpendicular radii | math |

dahpul-vo'ihn | quadratic equation | an equation in which one or more of the terms is squared but raised to no higher power, having the general form ax2 + bx + c = 0 | math |

dahpul-nik-tok | quadratic formula | the formula x = [-b ± (b2 - 4ac)]/2a, used to compute the roots of a quadratic equation | math |

dahpul-ketil | quadratic integral | quadratic integral | math |

keh-vel | quadrilateral | a polygon having four sides (noun) | math |

keh-shivaya | quadriplegia | complete paralysis of the body from the neck down; sometimes has gross motor movements of upper limbs though | medicine |

t'kehsu | quadruplet | one of four offspring born in a single birth | family |

t'kehsu | quadruplet | a group of four notes having the time value of three notes of the same kind | music |

nosahek | quantifier | an operator that limits the variables of a proposition, as some or all; a linguistic form that expresses a contrast in quantity, as some, all, or many | math |

nosahp | quantity | a specified or indefinite number or amount; the measurable, countable, or comparable property or aspect of a thing; an exact amount or number | |

sposhan-wakrubaya | quantum evolution | an an attempt to provide a theoretical mechanism which would skew random mutations in favor of some outcome beneficial to the cell | science |

numen-vunai | quantum field | a distribution of energy that is constantly creating and destroying particles and transmitting the forces of nature | astronomy |

numen-gasu-pakhartayek | quantum flux regulator | a regulator that smoothes out spontaneous fluctuation of energy in a volume of space - a consequence of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle | tool |

numen-viskulan | quantum matrix | quantum matrix | |

numen-wek-netehnovayek | quantum phase inhibitor | known more commonly as the Tox Uthat, the inhibitor could stop the nuclear reaction that takes place within stars | tool |

numen-glashayek | quantum scanner | quantum scanner | tool |

sposhan-koshtrivaya | quantum speciation | the rapid evolution of a new species from a small population that is partially or totally isolated from the parent population | biology |

numen-lushun | quantum torpedo | further development of a photon torpedo that employs a quantum uncertainty to generate additional particles and enhance the detonation | weapon |

pihl | quark | any of a group of six elementary particles having electric charges of a magnitude 1/3 or 2/3 that of the electron; six flavors of quarks | science |

yonuk | quarter | one quarter of a lit; 25 qsu'lit; a coin equal to one fourth of the dollar of the United States and Canada | money |

yonuk | quarter | 1/4 (anc.) | number |

ha-shal | quarters | dwelling places; a place of residence, especially the buildings or barracks used to house military personnel or their dependents | house |

kehek | quartet | a composition for four voices or four instruments; a group of four singers or four instrumentalists | music |

kohv-tukh | quartz | a very hard mineral composed of silica, SiO2, found worldwide in many different types of rocks, including sandstone and granite | element |

sha'ti-dahsau-koshtrivaya | quasi-sympatric speciation | quasi-sympatric speciation [no definition available] | biology |

ko-te'kru | Queen | a woman sovereign; the wife or widow of a king | rank |

psthan | quest | the act or an instance of seeking or pursuing something; a search (noun) | meditation |

deshkau | question | to put a question to; to examine (a witness, for example) by questioning; interrogate (verb) | |

deshker | question | the expression of inquiry that invites or calls for a reply; an interrogative sentence, phrase, or gesture (noun) | |

sahris | quick | moving or functioning rapidly and energetically; speedy; learning, thinking, or understanding with speed and dexterity; bright | |

ne-hal-mazhiv | quicksand | a bed of loose sand mixed with water forming a soft shifting mass that tends to engulf any object resting on its surface | place |

hizhuk | quiet | making little or no noise; free of loud noise; hushed | |

natuhekta-tukh | quinone | any of a class of aromatic compounds found widely in plants used in making dyes, tanning hides, and photography | plant |

kauvek | quintet | a composition for five voices or five instruments; a group of five singers or five instrumentalists | music |

t'kausu | quintuplet | any of five offspring born in a single birth | family |

t'kausu | quintuplet | a group or combination of five associated by common properties or behavior | |

ved | quite | to the greatest extent; completely; actually; really; to a degree; rather | |

dahsau-nosahp | quotient | the number obtained by dividing one quantity by another; in 45 ÷ 3 = 15, 15 is the quotient | math |

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