Originally Posted by Doitsu
If you really want to generate a Kingon dictionary for the Kindle, you're in luck. Thanks to the code2000.ttf fallback font, eInk Kindles support most Klingon glyphs (and glyphs for most Tolkien conlangs) out of the box.
However, they're encoded in the Private Use Area (F8D0 - F8FF) and both books and dictionary obviously would need to use the same encoding.
(The source files are embedded in the .mobi file; use 7Zip to extract them.)
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