D'k tagh or D'k tahg?Edit

The article is listed under one, but all its contents say the other. I noticed that it's D'k tahg in the script of "Birthright, Part II"... is it D'k tagh elsewhere? --Josiah Rowe 03:11, 28 Feb 2005 (GMT)

Well, now it's been edited so that the entry says "D'k tagh", but I still haven't seen a source/justification for this spelling. If it's worth anything, the Star Trek Encyclopedia spells it D'k tahg. --Josiah Rowe 21:15, 23 Mar 2005 (EST)
Since nobody's come up with a source for the spelling "d'k tagh" I've moved the article and changed the spelling to "d'k tahg" in every article that I could find. D'k tagh remains as a redirect. --Josiah Rowe 15:54, 28 Mar 2005 (EST)
In Marc Okrand's tlhIngan Hol, the name is spelled Daqtagh.

Where to buy? Edit

Where can I buy a tahg?-- 12:44, June 25, 2010 (UTC)

I found this: [1] and this: [2] --MartinIGB 13:04, June 25, 2010 (UTC)

Removed Edit

Removed this bgnote as is almost 10 years uncited. Also handheld props usually have different versions for different scenes:

Two versions of the knife were made for the film: one with an aluminum blade that was polished and sharpened like a real knife, while the second was a rubber dummy used to kill Dr. Marcus.

-- Compvox (talk) 12:41, January 9, 2018 (UTC)