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  • Activist Groups
    • The New Essentialists Movement
        • Activist group dedicated to restoring the moral and cultural traditions of the Federation that enlists Worf's assistance to sabotage the weather grid and ruin the vacations of several thousand Federation citizens. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
  • Alternate Titles
  • Android and Robot Models
    • A500
        • Model of synthetic that went rogue on Mars in 2385, destroying the Utopia Planitia Shipyard. (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning)
  • Androids and Robots-Specific
    • Peanut Hamper
        • Robot on the Cerritos originally called Exocomp, though it doesn't want to sound robotic and wants to be called something normal, so it analyzed all Federation languages and calculated a mathematically perfect name - Peanut Hamper. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Saga
        • Synthetic being on Soji's home world Coppelius that is killed by what appears to be Narek, as she is found outside his cell... but her actual death wasn't shown onscreen. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
    • Soji Asha
        • Female android, twin of Dahj Asha, originally unaware she was an android, that Picard tracks down on the artifact Borg cube.
    • Sutra
        • Synthetic being on Soji's home world Coppelius that performs Vulcan Mind-Meld on Dr. Jurati in order to learn the truth about the Admonition. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Alcorian Sorrowhawk
        • Creature that Osyraa's crewmember Zareh mentions when Book hears the crew talking about truth serum and tells them he won't tell them anything. "That's what everybody says, and then they sing like an Alcorian Sorrowhawk.” (Season 3 episode That Hope is You, Part 2)
    • Alien Horse
        • There's a man on the Division 14 ship whose body is equal parts accelerated growth and reverse aging due to an alien horse bite. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Altarian Spider
        • Admiral Vance comments that Osyraa was waiting for Discovery like an Altairian Spider. (Season 3 episode There is a Tide...)
    • Alvanian Bee
        • Quark mentions that he expects business at his bar to become busier than an Alvanian beehive after Bajor joins the Federation. (Season 5 episode Rapture)
    • Alvanian Cave Sloth
        • Quark tells Rom that pacing around like some Alvanian cave sloth isn't going to help him. (Season 3 episode Facets) Kor says he slept like an Alvanian Cave Sloth, but he had the most magnificent dream, presenting the Sword of Kahless to the Emperor in the Hall of Heroes. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Andorian Redbat
        • Sisko reminisces with Verad Dax, how they first met at Pelios Station, the trip they took to the Cliffs of Bole, and about the eight helpings of Andorian Redbat that Science officer Kustanovich at e while they were serving aboard the Livingston. (Season 2 episode Invasive Procedures)
    • Bajoran Shrimp
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Baneriam Hawk
        • When Odo hangs out at the bar, Quark tells him that he resembles a Baneriam hawk looking for prey. (Season 1 episode If Wishes Were Horses)
    • Berserker Cat
        • Jadzia tells Bashir and Quark that she wants Worf because he has the courage of a Berserker Cat, and the heart of a poet. Quark adds that he has the brain of a pig-headed idiot. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Bok-rat
        • Dish served aboard the IKS Rotarran. Jadzia Dax exclaimed it wasn't very fresh, but it would be better with the bloodwine she had brought from Deep Space 9. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Bregit
        • Worf's son Alexander chooses bregit lung for dinner. The other Klingons mock him, offering him way too much grapok sauce, because it "brings out the flavor". (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Cardassian Vole
        • Cardassian rodent, from various episodes.
        • Creature that Li Nalas mentions to the Bajorans leaving the station - telling them not to be frightened Cardassian vole. (Season 2 episode The Siege)
        • Miles tracks down a vole infestation on the station. (Season 2 episode Playing God)
        • Quark proposes having live vole fights on the promenade to entertain the Cardassians. (Season 3 episode Destiny)
        • Quark is caught getting ready to stage a Vole fight on the station. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
        • Quark's bar is closed due to a Cardassian vole infestation. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Chattel
        • Worf's descendants The Sons of Mogh live as warriors, never milking chattel, and riding wild Torgas. One of them slew a yar-bear three meters tall. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • The Dal'rok
        • Terrible creature that lives in the woods just north of the village that Miles and Bashir visit on their relief mission. It appears every year, at the end of the harvest. Only the village's wise man known as the Sirah is strong enough to defeat it. (Season 1 episode The Storyteller)
    • Denebian Slime Devil
        • One of the Klingons on space station K-& calls Kirk a Denebian slime devil, prompting the brawl. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Filian Python
        • Odo tells the baby changeling that he could be a Tarkalean Hawk, soaring through the sky, or a Filian python burrowing deep beneath the ground. Later, when the baby changeling dies and Odo regains his changeling powers, he shape shifts into a Tarkalean Hawk and flies around the promenade. (Season 5 episode The Begotten)
    • Flitterbird
        • Quark and his lost love Natima reminisce about the day he installed his first holosuite. She'd never been in one before. He still has the program from their picnic on Rhymus Major. Two suns in the sky. The sound of the waterfalls. The whisper of flitterbird wings over their heads. He painted her face with honey. And a Mordian butterfly landed on her nose. And a Mordian butterfly got stuck on her nose. His wings were beating almost as fast as Quark's heart. (Season 2 episode Profit and Loss)
    • Gormagander
        • Space whale on the endangered species list that Harry Judd uses to sneak onto the USS Discovery (Season 1 episode 7 Music to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad) Sentient cosmozoan species that holds the ignominious record of longest time spent on the Federation's endangered species list, part of the holoprogram on the KSF Khi'eth. (Season 3 episode That Hope is You, Part 2)
        • Also known as space whale, creature that Dr. Jurati mentions when trying to convince the crew to go back to Earth instead of Nepenthe. First seen on Star Trek Discovery Season 1 episode Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Gree Worms
        • Worm on Ferenginar.
        • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Jellied gree worms are a delicacy on Ferenginar. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • This Mark's test.
    • Grint Hound
        • Worf is pretending to be a Grint hound, chasing Miles' son Yoshi when he falls down and gets a bump on his head. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Gunji Jackdaw
        • Ostrich type creature that appears on the promenade following a subspace disruption, along with several other entities from people's imaginations. (Season 1 episode If Wishes Were Horses)
    • Hara Cat
        • When Kira is kidnapped by Cardassians in a plot that involves convincing her that she is actually Iliana, a member of the Obsidian Order, sent to infiltrate the Bajoran Resistance, her captor uses a story about her encounter with a hara cat in order to convince her of the lie. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Hupyrian Beetle
        • Insect on Ferenginar.
        • Grand Nagus Zak tells Quark that Arcybite ore futures are continuing to increase, that the Bolians have finally agreed to allow the Ferengi Gaming Commission to take over all their gambling emporiums, and that he has decided to allocate extra funds for research on a new breed of Hupyrian Beetles. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Quark's mother Ishka invests part of Quark's monthly stipend in a high quality Hupyrian beetle farm. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
    • Joranian Ostrich
        • Odo tells Kira about the Joranian ostrich, which hides by sticking its head underwater, sometimes even until it drowns. (Season 1 episode Past Prologue)
    • Kolar Beast
        • Worf: "I have an odd craving for the blood of a live Kolar beast. This environment must be affecting me again."
    • Ligorian Mastodon
        • Miles O'Brien: The Defiant's warp engines are too powerful. They ionize the nebular gasses in the Badlands.
          Jadzia Dax: It's like a Ligorian mastodon moving through the forest. You may not be able to see it, but it definitely makes the leaves rustle.
          (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Lingta
        • When Quark seeks advice for his private dinner with Grilka, Worf tells him that she is from the Mekro'vak region. It is customary among her people that the man bring the leg of a lingta to their first courtship dinner. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Melvaren Mud Fleas
        • Zoumas describes the taste of Melvaran mud fleas to Commander Trip Tucker while imprisoned on an Enolian transport. (Season 2 episode Canamar)
    • Mordian Butterfly
        • Quark and his lost love Natima reminisce about the day he installed his first holosuite. She'd never been in one before. He still has the program from their picnic on Rhymus Major. Two suns in the sky. The sound of the waterfalls. The whisper of flitterbird wings over their heads. He painted her face with honey. And a Mordian butterfly landed on her nose. And a Mordian butterfly got stuck on her nose. His wings were beating almost as fast as Quark's heart. (Season 2 episode Profit and Loss)
    • Norpin Falcon
        • Worf assures Martok that after his battle drills, the crew will have the reflexes of a norpin falcon by the time they join the convoy. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Palamarian Sea Urchin
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Palukoo
        • Small dog-sized spider analog creature that Kira and Dax encounter while searching for an old Bajoran shuttle. Kira tells Dax that the Bajoran moons are full of theme and that she used to eat them. (Season 2 episode The Siege)
    • Plygorian Mammoth
        • While playing racquetball with Miles, Bashir observes that he can't hit the broad side of a Plygorian Mammoth. (Season 2 episode Rivals)
    • Rafalian Mouse
        • While living below Odo, Quark complains about the noise, describing him practicing shapeshifting as a Takran Wildebeest. Once he complained, Odo took the form of a Rafalian mouse. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
    • Razorcat
        • Odo tells Lwaxana that he hates parties, because when he was first discovered he was made to be the life of the party, forming different objects, such as a chair, and a razorcat. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • Rectal Insectoids
        • General K'orin asks Mariner if she remembers Jaxxa Prime and the commander that didn't believe her about rectal insectoids. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Regalian Flea Spiders
        • Quark brings Regalian flea spiders onto the station for Bashir without an import permit, along with a shipment of illegal liquid crystals, which are a highly intoxicating and sometimes dangerous aphrodisiac. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Seltan Carnosaur
        • Miles describes the Jem'Hadar looking like a Seltan Carnosaur when he and the crew of the Rubicon were shrunken in size. (Season 6 episode One Little Ship)
    • Set'leth
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Takaran Wildebeest
        • While living below Odo, Quark complains about the noise, describing him practicing shapeshifting as a Takran Wildebeest. Once he complained, Odo took the form of a Rafalian mouse. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
    • Targ
        • Odo: What you need is someone who can turn into Gowron's pet targ. I can't do that anymore. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
        • Worf mentions that ritual sacrifice of the targ that's part of his and Jadzia's upcoming wedding. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
        • Before Jadzia died, she was planning a party, and ordered 51 cases of gagh, each one a different variety. Odo informs Ezri that they have arrived, and Ezri mentions that she can remember what each one tastes like, and the way they feel when you swallow them. Torgud gagh wiggles. Filden gagh squirms. Meshta gagh jumps. Bithool gagh has feet. Wistan gagh is packed in targ blood. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
        • Martok (referring to Worf): An ambassador who will go targ hunting with me! (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • Martok tells Sisko the story of his pet targ back on Kronos. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
        • Ezri Dax: Quit acting like a self-righteous targ. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Tarkalean Condor
        • Odo was planning on transforming into a Tarkalean Condor when pursuing a suspect, forgetting that he no longer had his Changeling abilities. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Tarkalean Hawk
        • Odo tells the baby changeling that he could be a Tarkalean Hawk, soaring through the sky, or a Filian python burrowing deep beneath the ground. Later, when the baby changeling dies and Odo regains his changeling powers, he shape shifts into a Tarkalean Hawk and flies around the promenade. (Season 5 episode The Begotten)
    • Tarkanian Field Mouse
        • The Rock tells Seven of Nine that she's no bigger than a Tarkanian field mouse. (Season 6 episode Tsunkatse)
    • Tiberian Bats
        • Spock: "I'm having the refuse searched. If my surmise is correct those boots will cling to the killers' necks like a pair of Tiberian bats. They could not make their escape without them, nor can they simply throw them out a window for all to see. Those boots are here, somewhere."
    • Torga
        • Worf's descendants The Sons of Mogh live as warriors, never milking chattel, and riding wild Torgas. One of them slew a yar-bear three meters tall. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
        • Sisko and the crew of U.S.S Defiant, transported through time by Klingon Arne Darvin, prevent him from using a tricobalt device hidden inside a tribble to kill James T. Kirk. Mortal enemy of the Klingon Empire. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • Quark laments that Cardassian voles breed like Tribbles. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Tribbles are displayed in an LCARS graphic in one of the USS Enterprise-D's science laboratories when the ship crash-landed on Veridian III in 2371.
        • Denobulan doctor Phlox brings a small number of tribbles aboard the Enterprise NX-01 as an easily sustainable food source for his pets. (Episode The Breach)
        • McCoy injects Khan's blood into a dead tribble to examine his blood's effects. Kirk asks for Khan's help, assuring him this will be his only opportunity to save his crew.
        • Tilly mentions the classic Star Trek creature when talking about Stamets impending transfer: "And if you ask me any more questions, I'm gonna start crying like a baby Tribble in the kill zone." (Season 2 episode Brother)
        • Newly-minted Captain Lynne Lucero is excited to take command of the USS Cabot. That is, until she meets Edward Larkin, an ornery scientist who believes he has found a revolutionary new use for tribbles. (Episode The Trouble with Edward) Ephraim enters a Jefferies tube full of tribbles and they all fall out, slowing the robot's pursuit down a bit. (Episode Ephraim and Dot)
        • Beamed down to Beta III without authorization with contraband hidden throughout the ship, including illegal weapons, illicit drugs and a tribble - for personal use, she claims. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Trill Symbiont
        • A sentient symbiotic organism with the ability to join with members of the humanoid Trill species, resulting in a synthesis of the two beings. Sisko refers to the creature inside Dax as a "slug". (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • Vayan Horn Flies
        • Creature that Miles mentions when attempting to disable the defensive satellite system that crashed Sisko's runabout: You shoot one, the rest might swarm up like Vayan horn flies. (Season 1 episode Battle Lines)
    • Vicarian Razorback
        • When talking up Odo's shapeshifting abilities, he mentions that he could turn into a Vicarian Razorback. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Vilm
        • Julian orders a Vilm steak at Quarks, but then changes his mind after Odo's new metamorph/changeling friend Laas makes a comment about eating animals. (Season 7 episode Chimera)
    • Vorian Pterodactyl
        • Odo tells Quark that if he were still a Changeling, he would have shapeshifted into a Vorian Pterodactyl. (Season 5 episode The Ascent)
    • Wentlian Congor Snake
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Yar-bear
        • Worf's descendants The Sons of Mogh live as warriors, never milking chattel, and riding wild Torgas. One of them slew a yar-bear three meters tall. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
  • Armed Forces
    • 10th Fleet
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • 11th Order
        • The Klingons attack the Cardassian planet Septimus III, landing 15 divisions. Weyoun assures Damar that he will address the situation, but with only the 11th Order, a reserve unit, left to protect it, the planet falls.but the planet falls into Klingon hands. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • 12th Order
        • A Dominion held planet, Sarpedion is the headquarters of the entire 12th order. Gowron orders Martok to take 15 Vor'cha class battle cruisers in first to soften their defenses. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • 1st Order
        • The Cardassian 1st Order, 3rd Order and 9th Order fleets that attack the Dominion outpost on Rondac III, site of a cloning facility. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • 23rd Division
        • Jem'Hadar fleet. Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • 3rd Order
        • The Cardassian 1st Order, 3rd Order and 9th Order fleets that attack the Dominion outpost on Rondac III, site of a cloning facility. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
        • Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • 7th Fleet
        • Federation fleet in the Tyra system, far enough away that it'll be a day or two before the Defiant receives any messages from them. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • In Sloan's simulation, a Starfleet officer tells Bashir: "I was with the 7th Fleet when the Dominion attacked the Tyra System. 98 of our ships were destroyed in a matter of hours. I lost a lot of friends." (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Ezri tells Garak she's planning on returning to the Destiny, where they will be joining the 7th fleet at Kalandra. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
    • 9th Fleet
        • Federation fleet.
        • When Sisko and Admiral Ross plan to re-take Deep Space Nine, they mention that the mines blocking the wormhole will be gone in three days, while the 9th Fleet won't be there for four days, so they'll have to go without them. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • Sisko's plan to re-take Deep Space Nine involves using aspects of the 2nd, 5th and 9th Fleets. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • The station's been designated the headquarters for the 9th Fleet. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • Martok is named the new Supreme Commander of the 9th Fleet. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • With the Defiant gone and most of the runabouts off on exercises with the 9th Fleet, Worf and Jadzia take the Shenandoah to the Badlands to meet with a Cardassian operative named Lasaran that has been providing military intelligence to Starfleet Intelligence. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Martok's ambitious plans with only 5 birds of prey include attacking the Trelka V Starbase, then push deeper into Cardassian territory and hitting the Manora shipyards, the Jem'Hadar breeding facility on Sheva II, and the supply depots in the Borias Cluster. Sisko reminds him that it would take half the 9th fleet just to destroy Trelaka V. Later, Worf appoints Kor as an officer in the 9th fleet. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • 9th Order
        • The Cardassian 1st Order, 3rd Order and 9th Order fleets that attack the Dominion outpost on Rondac III, site of a cloning facility. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • Cardassian 4th Order
        • Chakotay orders Evasive Pattern Omega while being pursued by the Cardassian 4th Order. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • The Eighth Order
        • On their way to rescue Kira from Cardassia Prime, disguised as the Kobheerian Freighter Rak-Minunis carrying a shipment of Kobheerian toranium intended for military use, Sisko and Garak encounter Gul Benil of the Eighth Order. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • The Emerald Chain
        • Andorian/Orion Syndicate. Admiral Charles Vance is informed that the Cuyahoga is reporting Orion and Andorian vessels in the Sigma Draconis system. It's the Emerald Chain. (Season 3 episode Die Trying) The Emerald Chain attacks Argeth. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Fenris Rangers
        • Armed force once active in the Qiris sector of the Beta Quadrant. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor) Seven of Nine is known as the ex-Borg Fenris Ranger from the Delta Quadrant. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • First Division
        • Klingon military brigade. Martok sends the Malpara and the Ning'Tao in ahead of the rest of the squadron to make a single strafing run of the base on Trelka V and then head out of the system. When the enemy sends out their repair crews to assess the damage, then the rest of the squadron will de-cloak. Kor points out that this is the same tactic that Kor and Kang used against he Federation in the Battle of Caleb IV, during which Kor commanded the First Division from the Klothos, one of the old D-5 cruisers. Kang commanded the 2nd Division. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • The Imperial Klingon Defense Forces
        • In order to assist Martok in his search for a missing Klingon battle cruiser, Worf is relieved of all Starfleet obligations, and placed on detached service to The Imperial Klingon Defense Forces. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Kobliad Security
        • Kobliad Law enforcement agency sent to Deep Space Nine to monitor a shipment of deuridium, a rare element from the Gamma Quadrant en route to the Kobliad homeworld. (Season 1 episode Dax)
    • Kohn-Ma
        • Kira's old friend Tahna Los, member of the Bajoran terrorist organization Kohn-Ma, an extreme splinter group from the old Bajoran Underground, is chased by Cardassians into Bajoran space. (Season 1 episode Past Prologue)
    • The Maquis
        • Human resistance group fighting against the new treaty between the United Federation of Planets and the Cardassian Union, which ordered the resettlement of millions all over the newly formed Demilitarized Zone, from various episodes.
        • Kira and Odo detect a Maquis Peregrine class courier ship attacking a Lissepian supply ship, which they follow toward the Badlands. (Season 3 episode Heart of Stone)
        • Starfleet Intelligence believes that the Maquis may attempt to block or steal replicator shipments to Cardassia. Mr. Eddington turns out to be a member. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Sisko travels to the planet Marva IV in the Badlands looking for Federation traitor and Maquis leader Michael Eddington. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
        • First appearance. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
        • Thomas Riker posing as Will Riker steals the Defiant to support the Maquis in the Badlands. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Martok detects a Maquis signal indicating there are missiles heading toward Cardassia, potentially cloaked with Klingon cloaking devices. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Order of The Bat'leth
        • Worf: This is an endurance test as much as it is a celebration. It's part of the initiation rite for the Order of the Bat'leth. The idea is to eat, drink, stay awake all night an still be clear-eyed when Gowron arrives fir the ceremony. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
    • Palamarian Freedom Brigade
        • Brigade established by General Nassuc as a means of obtaining the independence of one of the worlds formerly under the suzerainty of the Regent of Palamar - Quark and arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath's client. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Red Squad
        • Group of elite cadets at Starfleet Academy. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Second Division
        • Klingon military brigade. Martok sends the Malpara and the Ning'Tao in ahead of the rest of the squadron to make a single strafing run of the base on Trelka V and then head out of the system. When the enemy sends out their repair crews to assess the damage, then the rest of the squadron will de-cloak. Kor points out that this is the same tactic that Kor and Kang used against he Federation in the Battle of Caleb IV, during which Kor commanded the First Division from the Klothos, one of the old D-5 cruisers. Kang commanded the 2nd Division. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • The Sixth Order
        • The Sixth Order commands Outpost 61, suspected to be under attack by the Defiant - however, it is a ruse. The true victim is Outpost 47. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Following the end of the Cardassian occupation of the planet Bajor, the new Bajoran provisional government invites the United Federation of Planets to partner in administering the abandoned Cardassian space station in orbit around Bajor, formerly known as Terok Nor, as a first step toward Bajor eventually joining the Federation. Moving forward, the space station is known as Deep Space Nine and managed by a primarily Starfleet crew. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • The True Way
        • Cardassian separatist group that claims responsibility for sabotaging the Orinoco runabout. (Season 4 episode Our Man Bashir) Group that threatens Shakaar while he's visiting the station. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
    • Tulgana IV Space Traffic Control
        • Organization that protects Tulgana IV, a planet protected by an ion field that restricts comms and transporters. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • United Earth Defense Force
        • When the Discovery returns to Earth in the future, they are greeted by Captain Ndoye and the United Earth Defense Force, protecting the planet from dilithium pirates. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • United Earth Military Assault Command Operation
        • Balthazar Edison's record goes back to way before the Federation even existed, to this off world combat team, also known as M.A.C.O.
    • Yan-Isleth
        • Gowron is guarded around the clock by his personal security force, the Yan-Isleth. Also known as The Brotherhood of the Sword. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
  • Art Galleries
    • Central Gallery
        • Julian tells famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik that he once saw an exhibit of his paintings at the Central Gallery on Ligobis X. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
  • Artifacts
    • The Adjudication Geode
        • Special type of constitutional crystal that the the people of Gelrak V use to legally smoosh their criminals. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • The Admonition
        • Artifact left on the planet Aia, the Grief Planet, by an advanced civilization as a warning about the dangers of artificial lifeforms. (Season 1 episode Broken Pieces)
    • Andarian Glass Beads
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath gives Quark a collection of Andarian glass beads. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • The Crown of The First Mother
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Denevan Crystals
        • Quark tries to hid his smuggling of Denevan crystals from Odo. Odo knows, but lets it slide this time. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Emperor's Crown
        • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Fertility Totem
        • Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal, but accidentally bringing the Fertility Totem meant for Mavok Prime. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • The Holy Rings of Betazed
        • Lwaxana Troi is the daughter of the Fifth House, Holder of the Sacred Chalice of Rixx, heir to the Holy Rings of Betazed. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • Horga'hn
        • A Risian fertility symbol. Displaying one to the locals indicates you're seeking jamaharon. Quark provides one to everyone but Worf. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • The Horn of Candor
        • After being thrown into an alien prison on K'Tuevon Prime, Boimler and his friends are forced to testify about their senior officers while speaking into the Horn of Candor, a sacred horn in which you can only speak the truth. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Maraji Crystals
        • Crystals that Quark's not interested in, because he can't move them - Cardassians don't like them, Bajorans can't afford them. (Season 5 episode Things Past)
    • Mynh'ta Orb
        • Artifact that Guardian Xi uses to track Adira's isoboromine levels in the Caves of Mak'ala. (Season 3 episode Forget Me Not)
    • Orb of Prophecy and Change
        • One of the scared orbs of the prophets.
        • At Vedek Bareil's urging, Kira consults the Orb of Prophecy and has a vision. (Season 2 episode The Circle)
        • One of the Prophets' sacred orbs that Sisko mentions when explaining his time travel adventure to the agents from the Department of Temporal Investigations. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • After experiencing Post Neural Shock Syndrome while researching the ancient Bajoran city of B'jala, Sisko consults the Orb of Prophecy. (Season 5 episode Rapture)
        • The Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos travels to the Prime Universe as part of a plot to steal the Orb of Prophecy and Change from DS9. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • When she learns that it is the Pah-Wraiths that gave her the vision, Kai Winn consults the Orb of Prophecy to ask the real Prophets for forgiveness. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Orb of Time
        • One of the sacred orbs of the prophets.
        • The Cardassians deliver the Orb of Time to Sisko on Deep Space Nine, allowing Klingon Arne Darvin to divert the Defiant back in time so that he can kill Captain Kirk. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • Kira visits the Temple of Iponu on Bajor and consults the Orb of Time in order to find out the truth about Gul Dukat's claims of a romantic relationship with her mother. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • Orb of Wisdom
        • One of the sacred orbs of the prophets.
        • One of the Prophets' sacred orbs that Sisko mentions when explaining his time travel adventure to the agents from the Department of Temporal Investigations. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • Kai Winn tells Sisko that she consulted the Orb of Wisdom before coming to see him and ask for his advice. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Sabak's Armor
        • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • The Sacred Chalice of Rixx
        • Lwaxana Troi is the daughter of the Fifth House, Holder of the Sacred Chalice of Rixx, heir to the Holy Rings of Betazed. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • Sampalo Relic
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Separ Gem Stones
        • How Worf describes Grilka's eyes - as hard as separ gem stones, and twice as sharp. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Sword of Kahless
        • Worf and Jadzia join Kor's quest for the legendary Sword of Kahless, the bat'leth of the first warrior king. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Tan Zhekran
        • Narek's Romulan puzzle box, which he attempts to use to poison Soji with radiation. (Season 1 episode The Impossible Box)
    • Torch of G'boj
        • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Var'Hama Candle
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
  • Artificial Intelligences
    • Control
        • Section 31's threat assessment system, fed data from every Star Trek admiral. It seeks all of the data that the sphere collected on artificial intelligence from countless civilizations as road map to become fully conscious. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
  • Artwork
    • Daughter
        • A painting that Data made thirty years previous, of a female figure resembling the synthetic being known as Dahj. (Season 1 episode Remembrance)
  • Automotive Services
  • Awards
    • Betar Prize
        • Writing award that Jake receives for his Collected Stories in the alternate timeline created when his father is displaced in time. (Season 4 episode The Visitor)
    • Carrington Award
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
    • Christopher Pike Medal of Valor
        • Award given to Benjamin Sisko for the battle to retake Deep Space Nine. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • Captain Solok mentions Ben's Christopher Pike Medal of Valor, and the fact that he himself has two of them. (Season 7 episode Take Me Out to the Holo-Suite)
    • Grankite Order Of Tactics Class Of Excellence Award
        • Jean-Luc Picard received the Grankite Order of Tactics Class of Excellence Award in recognition of his development of the Picard Maneuver during the Battle of Maxia, while commanding the U.S.S. Stargazer. (From the Picard family album)
    • Legion Of Honor Award
        • The name of the award that Starfleets attempts to give to Captain Lorca, before he recommends giving to Stamets instead (Season 1 episode 9 Into the Forest I Go)
    • Proficient Service Medallion
        • Kira discovers that the real Gul Darhe'el was not at Gallitep when the accident happened, so he could not have Kalla-Nohra Syndrome. (Season 1 episode Duet)
    • Silver Spade
        • Jean-Luc Picard won the Silver Spade Award for The Starfleet Bridge Tournament on Riza. (From the Picard family album)
    • Star of Kahless
        • Chancellor Gowron arrives from Kronos, bringing with him the finest bloodwine - 2309, and a Star of Kahless award for Martok. (Season 7 episode When it Rains)
    • Terran Winemakers Association Certificate Of Excellence Award
        • Jean-Luc Picard's ancestor Maurice Picard receives the Terran Winemakers Association Certificate of Excellence award in 2305. (from the Picard family album)
  • Banks
    • Bank of Bolias
        • Quark finds a single bar of latinum in Morn's storage locker, but there's a handwritten note: The rest is in the Bank of Bolias. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
        • The low level Orion Syndicate gang that Miles infiltrates on Farius rob the Bank of Bolias. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Central Bank
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Chez Sandríne
        • French bar where Tom Paris used to hang out when stationed in Marseille for his Academy physical training. He recreates it on the holodeck. (Season 1 episode The Cloud)
    • The Launching Pad
        • Sisko's rivalry with the Vulcan Solok started back when they were in the academy together, at a bar called the Launching Pad. (Season 7 episode Take Me Out to the Holo-Suite)
    • Quark's Place
        • Quark's bar on the Deep Space Nine space station. Usually referred to as "Quark's Place" or just "Quark's", Quark mentions the full name of his establishment when meeting with his best employee Aluura: "Quark's Bar, Grill, Gaming Houses and Holosuite Arcade" (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Quark’s Bar
        • When Harry Kim visits Quark’s Bar on Deep Space Nine, Quark attempts to sell him Lobi crystals from a select line of unique artifacts and gemstones indigenous to the region that he acquired from Morn., which Tom Paris describes as bright as a Koladan diamond. Tom informs Harry that they can actually be found on any planet in the system, and that there’s a shop at the Volnar Colony sells a dozen of them for one Cardassian Lek. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • The Rendezvous
        • Nightclub from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny takes Cassie dancing. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Battle In The Bassen Rift
        • Conflict between the Enterprise and Romulan Commander Donatra's Warbird Valdore against Shinzon's Warbird Scimitar.
    • Battle of Caleb IV
        • Famous Klingon battle. Martok sends the Malpara and the Ning'Tao in ahead of the rest of the squadron to make a single strafing run of the base on Trelka V and then head out of the system. When the enemy sends out their repair crews to assess the damage, then the rest of the squadron will de-cloak. Kor points out that this is the same tactic that Kor and Kang used against he Federation in the Battle of Caleb IV, during which Kor commanded the First Division from the Klothos, one of the old D-5 cruisers. Kang commanded the 2nd Division. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • The Battle of Klach D'kel Brakt
        • Legendary Klingon victory over the Romulans almost a century ago that Klingon Kor relives in Quark's holosuite. Quark refers to it as the "Battle of Klachdachbrach or some such thing." (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • The Battle Of Maxia
        • Jean-Luc Picard received the Grankite Order of Tactics Class of Excellence Award in recognition of his development of the Picard Maneuver during the Battle of Maxia, while commanding the U.S.S. Stargazer. (From the Picard family album)
    • The Battle of Prexnak
        • Battle that Quark mentions to inspire his crew. The most important battle in Ferengi history. Ten Ferengi stood alone against 273 Lytasians. All 10 Ferengi were slaughtered. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Battle of Ricktor Prime
        • The serial killer on the station is revealed be 97- year old Vulcan science officer Chu'Lak. Born 2278 in the Slara region, he was assigned to the station three months ago. Before that, he served on the U.S.S. Grissom, which was destroyed by the Jem'Hadar in the Battle of Ricktor Prime. He was one of only 6 crewman out of 1,250 to survive. (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • The Battle of The Omarian Nebula
        • Members of the Romulan Tal Shiar and Cardassian Obsidian Order team up to go on the offensive and attack the Founders in the Gamma Quadrant, but the Jem'Hadar are waiting for them. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • The Battle of Tong Vey
        • When Worf goes to trial for destroying an unarmed civilian transport, the Klingon advocate Ch'Pok submits his solosuite program The Battle of Tong Vey into evidence. It is a re-enactment of a famous battle for the city of Tong Vey that ends with the conquering warrior ordering his enemies - including civilians - to be put to death. Jadzia mentions that he brought it over from the Enterprise. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Battle of Wolf 359
        • Battle between the Federation and the Borg, originally from The Next Generation episode The Best of Both Worlds. Battle during which Commander Benjamin Sisko loses his wife Jennifer while serving as first officer aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga. (Season 1 episode Emissary) Sisko meets Fenna on the 4th anniversary of Jennifer's death. (Season 2 episode Second Sight) The battle of the Omarian Nebula. Is compared to Wolf 359, the battle from The Next Generation episode Best of Both Worlds, as well as Deep Space Nine's pilot episode Emissary. "Sounds like Wolf 359 all over again." (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
        • Steve Levy, Starfleet Lieutenant and conspiracy theorist that Mariner dated, claims that Wolf 359 was an inside job, changelings aren't real and the Dominion War didn't happen. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • The Border Wars
        • Miles educates Julian about the military history of the Border Wars, including the Setlik III Massacre, to make point about what the Cardassians do to their prisoners. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • The Cardassian Wars
        • The Rutledge and the Tecumseh are heading things up. Captain Raymond saw the Tecumseh through the Cardassian Wars. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
        • Steve Levy, Starfleet Lieutenant and conspiracy theorist that Mariner dated, claims that Wolf 359 was an inside job, changelings aren't real and the Dominion War didn't happen. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • The Eugenics Wars
        • Admiral Bennett: 200 years ago, we tried to improve the species through DNA resequencing. And what did we get for our trouble? The Eugenics Wars. For every Julian Bashir that can be created, there's a Khan Singh waiting in the wings - a superhuman, whose ambition and thirst for power have been enhanced along with his intellect. The law against genetic engineering provides a firewall against such men and it's my job to keep that firewall intact. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants accuse him of trotting out the Eugenics War during their argument. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
    • Kendra Valley Massacre
        • Devastating event during the Cardassian occupation - wether or not Vedek Bareil played a role by supplying Cardassians with the location of a resistance cell serves as a plot point in the episode. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
    • The Proxcinian War
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath mentions that the Proxcinian War is just heating up. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Setlik III Massacre
        • Miles educates Julian about the military history of the Border Wars, including the Setlik III Massacre, to make point about what the Cardassians do to their prisoners. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • The Temporal Wars
        • Book tells Michael Burnham that time travel technology was outlawed after the temporal wars. (Season 3 episode That Hope Is You, Part 1) Mentioned by Kovich when discussing Georgiou's condition. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
  • Beliefs, Concepts and Theories
    • The First Doctrines Of Logic
        • Vulcan philosophical concept. Spock repeats them to ground himself. (Season 2 episode Light and Shadows)
    • The Great Material Continuum
        • According to the Ferengi, the force that binds the universe together. Nog: The Continuum is real. You see, there are millions upon millions of worlds in the universe, each one filled with too much of one thing and not enough of another. And the Great Continuum flows through them all, like a mighty river, from "have" to "want" and back again. And if we navigate the Continuum with skill and grace, our ship will be filled with everything our hearts desire. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Talnot's Prophecy of The Final Days
        • Kai Winn and Dukat - masquerading as the Bajoran farmer Anjohk - discuss Talnot's Prophecy of the Final Days, from the ancient texts. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
  • Beverages
    • Bahgol
        • Klingon tea-like beverage, mentioned when Curzon Dax and Kang remininsce. They first sat together over a glass of warm Bahgol at the Korvat colony when the Federation and the Klingon Empire were still enemies. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Deka Tea
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • Fanalian Tea
        • Ezri offers Lieutenant Ilario raktajino in her quarters, then orders herself a Fanalian Tea, hot. "Are you all right? Do you want some raktajino?" (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • Icoberry Juice
        • Drink that Jadzia craves on Risa. She's allergic and it makes her spots itch, but she wants it anyway. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Kava Juice
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Pejuta
        • After B'elanna strikes Lt. Carey in Engineering, Chakotay tells her to make a personal apology over a hot cup of pejuta. (Season 1 episode Parallax)
    • Pyrellian Ginger Tea
        • When Odo's investigation of Bajoran collaborator Che'so's death leads him to Kira, she tells him that he gave her Pyrellian Ginger tea. (Season 2 episode Necessary Evil)
    • Quark-tajino
        • Chief asks Quark to come up with a decaffeinated Raktajino for pregnant Kira. Odo: So much for Quark-tajino. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Raktajino
        • Klingon coffee, very popular beverage among the crew of Deep Space Nine.
        • Sisko orders a raktajino with a jacarine peel, and an icoberry torte from the replimat. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
        • Sisko offers Kasidy a Raktajino. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
        • Odo replicates one Raktajino, extra hot, two measures of kava for Kira for their morning meeting. (Season 4 episode Crossfire)
        • Kira drinks in the replimat. (Season 4 episode Accession)
        • Jake offers his mother's double from the Mirror Universe Jennifer a Raktajino. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
        • Jake replicates a Raktajino, extra sweet and Makapa bread, no crust. When Sisko asks, what happened to juice and oatmeal, Jake tells him that Kasidy introduced him to it. It's great. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Chief asks Quark to come up with a decaffeinated Raktajino for pregnant Kira. Odo: So much for Quark-tajino. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
        • Rom drinks a raktajino when he joins the swing shift. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
        • Served on Deep Space Nine. (Season 1 episode Dax)
        • Barry. a.k.a. Klingon Arne Darvin, orders a Raktajino when he arrives on Deep Space Nine. Odo tries to order a Raktajino on space station K-7. Later, the Defiant crew is alerted to the presence of Klingons on space station K-7 when the waitress mentions other customers attempted to order Raktajino. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • On the runabout on the way to Risa, Leeta serves Bashir a Tarkalean Tea, Jadzia a Raktajino and Worf a large prune juice. Quark ordered a hand squeezed snail juice. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
        • Odo: You can release the Talarian as soon as he's sober but tell him to stay away from the raktajino, it obviously doesn't agree with him.(Season 5 episode A Simple Investigation)
        • Sisko drinks a raktajino when the Jem'Hadar find him and Eddington in the runabout. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
        • Sisko’s trying to cut down. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
        • Martok drinks a raktajino when he and Worf rejoin the Defiant. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • Dax drinks raktajino. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • Kira replicates two raktajinos, extra strong, and a kavaroll in Ops. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Kira invites the Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos into her quarters for a raktajino. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Julian Bashir: Something tells me I'm going to need a lot of raktajinos today. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Jake drinks a raktajino on the Valiant. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
        • Ezri replicates one iced raktajino, but it's horrible. She hates raktajino. (Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
        • Quark asks if anybody would like to join him in the mess hall for a raktajino. (Season 7 episode The Siege of AR-558)
        • Ezri offers Lieutenant Ilario raktajino in her quarters, then orders herself a Fanalian Tea, hot. "Are you all right? Do you want some raktajino?" (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
        • Kira asks Odo to take the helm while she gets a raktajino. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
        • After General K'orin passes out, Mariner tells Boimler not to worry, they'll get him a hot cup of raktajino and he will be ready to go. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Red Leaf Tea
        • Tea beverage.
        • Bashir attempts to replicate hot butter scones, moba jam and red leaf tea - but Sloan has deactivated his reflector. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • A Cardassian scientist asks Miles to get her a cup of red leaf tea. (Season 3 episode Destiny)
        • Gul Dukat orders Red Leaf Tea from the replicator when he returns to the station after being contacted by a recording of himself announcing that Bajoran workers had revolted. (Season 3 episode Civil Defense)
    • Rokassa Juice
        • Bashir guesses correctly that Garak is drinking Rokassa Juice, on account of the smell. Garak comments that is soothes his nerves. (Season 2 episode Cardassians)
    • Synthale
        • Synthetic alcohol beverage served at Quark's Place. (Season 1 episode Captive Pursuit)
        • Following the end of the Bajoran Cleansing Ritual, Kira orders synthale and Hasperat at Quark's. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Chief orders a synthale at Quark's, then threatens Quark when he doesn't get it fast enough. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
        • When Miles, Julian and Jadzia return from a dangerous mission in the Gamma Quadrant, they order synthales at Quark's. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Synthehol
        • Book wonders why he's not getting drunk while on Discovery, not realizing he's drinking synthehol. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
        • Garak guesses correctly that Bashir is drinking Tarkalean tea. (Season 2 episode Cardassians)
        • Enabran Tain offers Bashir Tarkalean Tea. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Bashir finds traces of Tarkalean Tea in the replicator. (Season 3 episode Distant Voices)
        • Kira orders at Quark's - not too sweet this time. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
        • Odo drinks Tarkalean Tea on space station K-7, when Raktajino is not available. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • On the runabout on the way to Risa, Leeta serves Bashir a Tarkalean Tea, Jadzia a Raktajino and Worf a large prune juice. Quark ordered a hand squeezed snail juice. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Aldebaran Whiskey
        • Quark finds bottles of Aldebaran whiskey and Trixian bubble juice from his private stock in Rom's quarters. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
    • Alpha-currant Nectar
        • A priceless red Wadi beverage presented to Quark as gambling collateral by Gamma Quadrant resident Wadi Falow. (Season 1 episode Move Along Home)
    • Kanar
        • Cardassian liquor.
        • Quark brings bottles of Kanar to the rooms of the visiting Cardassian scientists - which turn out to have gone bad. (Season 3 episode Destiny) Garak drinks Kanar at Quark's. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
        • Gul Dukat orders Jadzia to pour two glasses of Kanar in Odo's telepathic experience. (Season 5 episode Things Past)
        • Quark brings his lost love Natima's students two mugs of Kanar on the house, when he offers them his cloaking device. (Season 2 episode Profit and Loss)
        • Sisko offers Gul Dukat some Kanar that he knows contain voraxna poison, originally delivered to Kira's friend Ghemor. (Season 5 Ties of Blood and Water)
        • Quark: Break out the kanar, and find me some yamok sauce. (Season 6 episode Call to Arms)
        • Kira and Rom watch Damar ordering Kanar at Quark's, shortly before the brawl between the Cardassians and the Jem'Hadar. Later, Damar returns to Quark's and orders the '27, which is expensive, but he says he can afford it - on a Gul's salary. He's feeling confident about his plan to deactivate the mines preventing Jem'Hadar reinforcements from coming through the wormhole. Quark shares the bottle with him, and gets drunk. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
        • In Kira's orb time travel experience, a Cardassian officer orders her to pour him some more of that Kanar. Later, Kira mentions how her mother sat sipping Kanar with Dukat while Bajorans died. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
        • Damar drinks a little too much kanar for Weyoun's taste. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • Damar offers Weyoun a glass of kanar. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Romulan Ale
        • Worf drinks a little too much Romulan ale at Riker and Troi's wedding / When Captain Picard tells Commander Donatra of the Warbird Valdore that he owes her a drink, she suggests Romulan ale.
        • Quark orders Saurian brandy. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Quark receives a shipment of Saurian Brandy with a communication device coded for Kira. (Season 5 episode The Darkness and the Light)
        • Nog serves Sisko, Bashir and Dax Saurian Brandy on Starbase 375. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
        • Quark picks up his shipment of Saurian brandy from the loading bay on DS9. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Nog mentions his cousin Gant having 10 cases of Saurian brandy, describing Gant as, "just another sailor on the great river." (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
        • Ezri drinks Saurian brandy with her brother Norvo. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
        • Lieutenant Ilario mentions that he's never had real Saurian Brandy before. (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • Whelan Bitters
        • Garak's contact to manufacture the proof needed to bring the Romulans into the war, Grathon Tolar, drinks three bottles of Whelan bitters before causing a scene at the bar and stabbing Quark. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Yridian Brandy
        • For mentions drinking a bottle of Yridian brandy with Worf that he was saving for a special occasion. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Bajoran Ale
        • Quark offers Kira frosty Bajoran ale, a Black Hole or warm Enyak's milk, which will help her sleep. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Maporian Ale
        • Quark serves Grilka a Maporian Ale, with just a hint of pazafer. Later, she orders for both of them. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
        • Odo mentions that Fallit Kot, that guy planning to kill Quark, just finished eight years at a labor camp for hijacking a shipment of Romulan Ale. (Season 2 episode Melora)
        • At Quark's, Ezri Dax orders a Til'amin Froth, Julian orders a Romulan Ale, and Odo orders a glass of spring wine for Kira. (Season 7 episode Covenant)
        • Senator Cretak offers Admiral Ross and Bashir Romulan Ale on the Bellerophon during the trip to Romulus. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Yridian Ale
        • Quark mentions at Morn's memorial service. Quark: If you see anyone empty handed, sell them a bottle of Yridian Ale. Tell them is was Morn's favorite. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
  • Beverages-Milk
    • Enyak's Milk
        • Quark offers Kira frosty Bajoran ale, a Black Hole or warm Enyak's milk, which will help her sleep. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Slug-o-Cola
        • The chairman of Slug-O-Cola and powerful voice in the FCA, Nilva agrees to come to Deep Space 9 to meet with Zek. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • Drink Slug-o-Cola! The slimiest cola in the galaxy!
        • Drink Slug-o-Cola and keep your teeth that lovely shade of green!
        • Acting Grand Nagus Brunt orders an eelwasser, then changes his order to Slug-O-Cola, then cancels his order altogether. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
  • Beverages-Wine
    • Bloodwine
        • Klingon alcoholic beverage.
        • Dax brings three barrels of bloodwine onboard for the crew of the Rotarran. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
        • Sisko bets Martok a barrel of bloodwine that he will set foot back on DS9 first. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
        • Kor, Worf and Jadzia drink bloodwine. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Kozak drinks bloodwine at Quark’s. (Season 3 episode The House of Quark)
        • Martok owes Sisko a barrel of bloodwine for being the first to step foot back on Deep Space Nine. (Season 6 episode Sacrifice of Angels)
        • When Jadzia and Worf have drinks with Kira and the Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos, Worf drinks bloodwine. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Worf drinks bloodwine. (Season 6 episode One Little Ship)
        • Miles wins a wager with Worf over the outcome of Quark and Jadzia's Tongo game. When Worf thinks he's going to win, he informs Miles that he likes his bloodwine very young, and very sweet. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Martok: We will drink bloodwine in the halls of Cardassia's Central Command. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • Miles brings a bottle of 2301 bloodwine to Worf as a gift, to drink and talk about old friends, the Enterprise, and Barclay and his holo-suite programs. When Quark and Julian asks what else they talked about, Miles tells them the proper way to eat gagh, and that Jadzia is not in Sto-vo-kor. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • After stealing Martok's 16 cases of bloodwine that his wife shipped to the station, he replaces them with a batch of 2309, a better vintage than what Martok's wife sent, which Nog obtained from the Gettysburg. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
        • Worf drinks 2309 bloodwine with Kor. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
        • When Worf goes missing while commanding the Koraga, Quark tries to cheer up Ezri, telling her that he knows Worf will come back because he still owes him for some bloodwine, and Worf would never go to Sto-vo-kor owing him money. Ezri takes the Ganda runabout to go looking for him. (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
        • Chancellor Gowron arrives from Kronos, bringing with him the finest bloodwine - 2309, and a Star of Kahless award for Martok. (Season 7 episode When it Rains)
    • The Emissary's Special Reserve
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
    • Gamzian Wine
        • Wine that Quark mentions. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • Quark delivers a round of drinks to Sisko's arbitration between two Bajoran factions involved in a land dispute, including two Bajoran synthales, a glass of Gamzian wine and a Trixian Bubble Juice for the little lady, which she proceeds to throw in his face. (Season 1 episode The Storyteller)
        • Listener and conman Martus Mazur’s mark mentions having too much Gamzian Wine. (Season 2 episode Rivals)
        • In an attempt to build a relationship with Edgar Willougby in order to get Miles a graviton stabilizer, he sends him a bottle of Gamzian wine. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Kandora Champagne
        • As part of Quark plot to generate a holosuite program featuring Kira for Tiron, he creates a contest where she wins a bottle of Kandora Champagne vintage 2368, some free dabs games, and a free hour in the holosuite. (Season 3 episode Meridian)
    • Picard Vineyards
        • The Gallic-Klingon Debating Society has a Wine Tasting of Spring Bottlings from Picard Vineyards on April 10, 2234.
    • Spring Wine
        • Kira mentions that Shakaar took her to her favorite restaurant in Jalanda City, poured her glass after glass of spring wine, then took her to his home and gave her a massage with Kolaish spice oil. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
        • Quark offers Julia and Sarina Spring wine to get them to stop gambling. (Season 7 episode Chrysalis)
        • At Quark's, Ezri Dax orders a Til'amin Froth, Julian orders a Romulan Ale, and Odo orders a glass of spring wine for Kira. (Season 7 episode Covenant)
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
        • Kai Winn and Dukat - masquerading as the Bajoran farmer Anjohk - drink spring wine. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
    • Tulaberry Wine
        • Alcoholic beverage from the Gamma Quadrant that Grand Nagus Zek uses to trick Quark into helping him open trade negotiations with the Dominion. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition) Quark offers the Jem'Hadar a thousand cases of Tulaberry wine. (Season 2 episode The Jem'hadar) Sisko brings up Quark's previous sale. (Season 3 episode The Search Part 1) Quark mentions his Tulaberry wine franchise. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
  • Books-Biography
    • My Talents Lie in Other Directions
        • Theoretical book that book that Frankie Eyes muses about writing, discussing potential names with Kira. (Season 7 episode Badda-Bing Badda-Bang)
  • Books-Fiction
    • All Our Yesterdays
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Amok Time
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Balance Of Terror
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • By Any Other Name
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Cage
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The City On The Edge Of Forever
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Deadly Years
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Down The River Light
        • Jadzia mentions that when her previous host Tobin's child came down with Rugalan Fever, she read her all 17 volumes of Caster's Down the River Light. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • The Empath
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Mark Of Gideon
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Meditations On a Crimson Shadow
        • Cardassian novel by Preloc that Garak lends to Bashir. It takes place in the future, during a time when Cardassia and the Klingon Empire are at War. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
    • Metamorphosis
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Mirror, Mirror
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Omega Glory
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Patterns Of Force
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Plato's Stepchildren
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Return To Tomorrow
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • That Which Survives
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Trouble With Tribbles
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • The Way To Eden
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
    • Whom Gods Destroy
        • One of the book titles on Captain Georgiou's bookshelf in her ready room, inspired by the episode of the same name from The Original Series.
  • Books-Instructional
    • Finding and Winning Your Perfect Mate
        • Instructional pad by Dr. Jennings Rain that Kira finds in Odo's quarters, from when he thought he was going to have to spend the rest of his life as a solid. (Season 5 episode In Purgatory's Shadow)
  • Books-Magic
    • Kosst Amojan
        • Ancient religious Bajoran text.
        • Now fully invested in the Pah-Wraiths, Kai Winn seeks answers in the forbidden text of the Kosst Amojan. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
        • Kai Winn continues to seek answers in the ancient forbidden text Kosst Amojan. (Season 7 episode When it Rains)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • The Rules of Acquisition: Revised For The Modern Ferengi
        • Grand Nagus Zek, after being "devolved" by the wormhole aliens, creates a new and updated version of the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
  • Books-Other
    • The Picard Family Album
        • A leather-bound album owned by Captain Jean-Luc Picard. While only a few pages are seen onscreen in Star Trek: Generations and Star Trek: Nemesis, a complete prop album was made and available in detail on the Special Edition DVD of Star Trek: Generations.
  • Books-Reference
    • Oo-mox For Fun and Profit
        • Quark meets with his best employee Aluura, asking her to be nicer to him and advising her to read Oo-mox for Fun and Profit. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Chamber of Opportunity
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • The Forge
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Millennium Gate
        • Earth's first self-sustaining civic environment, built in Portage Creek, Indiana. (Season 5 episode 11:59)
    • Tower of Commerce
        • The tallest building in the Ferengi Alliance.
        • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Quark and Rom discuss the Sacred Marketplace and the Tower of Commerce, (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Grand Nagus Zek calls Quark to the Tower of Commerce to appoint him as his First Clerk. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Yuri Gagarin Hall
        • Building at Starfleet Academy (from invitation to Jean-Luc Picard's graduation ceremony in 2327 in the Picard Family Album)
  • Bus Lines
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Celestial Cafe
        • Chalan Aroya's new Bajoran restaurant overlooking the promenade. She watches Odo walk by every day at 09:37. He is very precise. (Season 4 episode Broken Link)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Delvan Pudding
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • Miles tries to get Keiko to try a jumja stick, a sweet snack made from the sap of the jumja tree. It's full of vitamin C. (Season 1 episode In the Hands of Prophets)
        • Kira tells Cretak she never thought she’d see a Romulan eating a jumja stick. She also mentions them being too sweet, prompting Cretak to recommend an osol twist, which is tart. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Osol Twist
        • Kira tells Cretak she never thought she'd see a Romulan eating a jumja stick. She also mentions them being too sweet, prompting Cretak to recommend an osol twist, which is tart. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Rigelian Chocolate
        • Odo and Miles attend a conference, where Odo buys Kira a knickknack and Rigelian chocolates. Miles forgets to buy Keiko anything, and offers to buy the Rigelian chocolates from Odo. (Season 7 episode Chimera)
  • Charities
    • Bajoran Fund For Orphans
        • Also referred to as Bajoran War Orphans Fund. Charity from various episodes.
        • Quark offers to donate a percentage of his profits if Sisko allows him to sell products over the monitors on the station. (Season 2 episode The Jem'hadar)
        • Recipient of the proceeds from Quark’s auction, minus a modest commission of course. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • To win Leeta back, Rom gives up his fortune to the Bajoran War Orphans Fund. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • The Ferengi Benevolent Association
        • Organization founded by Grand Nagus Zek, after being "devolved" by the wormhole aliens. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
  • Chemical Companies
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Calash Monastery
        • As she spirals deeper into her Pah-Wraith conundrum, Kai Winn cancels her trip to Calash Province. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • Dakeen Monastery
        • Monastery in the Kendra Valley on Bajor.
        • Monastery where Vedek Bareil was staying at the time of the Kendra Valley Massacre. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
        • Sisko recommends that Admiral Ross visits the Dakeen Monastery on Bajor. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • Kenda Shrine
        • Kira tells Dax how she and Shakaar went to the Kenda Shrine on Bajor and asked the prophets if they were meant to walk the same path. They are not. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Kiessa Monastery
        • Kira's Cardassian friend Ghemor was a soldier present when the Kiessa Monestery on Bajor was destroyed and seventeen unarmed monks were killed during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. (Season 5 Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Qowat Milat
        • Ancient Romulan sect that live and die by the precept of absolute candor. A necessary outgrowth of a Romulan culture that trafficked in secrets. They were essential in helping Vulcan and Romulan ancestors in trusting one another during the early days of reunification. Today they enable them to have a healthy discourse on the planet. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • The Temple of B'hala
        • Temple in the lost city of B'Hala on Bajor where Sisko finds an artifact that releases an evil pat-wraith. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Temple of Iponu
        • Kira visits the Temple of Iponu on Bajor and consults the Orb of Time in order to find out the truth about Gul Dukat's claims of a romantic relationship with her mother. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
  • Cities and Towns
    • B'hala
        • Ancient sacred city on Bajor that archeologists have been searching for 10,000 years.
        • Sisko finds the lost city in a matter of days. (Season 5 episode Rapture)
        • Major Kira, Jake and Sisko travel to Bajor. The archeologists excavating B'hala have found something they want the Emissary to see. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Central Station
        • Romulan relocation center that Picard mentions during flashback 14 years ago. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Freecloud
        • Raffi traces Bruce Maddox to Freecloud. (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning) 
Planet in the Alpha Doradus System where Picard and his crew track down Bruce Maddox. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Ilvia
        • City from the story that the Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos tells Kira about a lost love: He first saw her on the street on Ilvia. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
    • Jalanda City
        • Kira mentions that Shakaar took her to her favorite restaurant in Jalanda City, poured her glass after glass of spring wine, then took her to his home and gave her a massage with Kolaish spice oil. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Lakarian City
        • Gul Dukat mentions having promised to take his 11 year old son Mekor to the amusement center in Lakarian City. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Cardassian city destroyed by the Dominion. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
    • Loonkerian Outpost
        • Vulcan outpost from Spock's test chamber scene. Computer: "What significant contribution to bioengineering was made on the Loonkerian outpost on Klendth?" Spock: "The universal atmospheric element compensator."
    • New Berlin
        • Cal Hudson: It make you pine for the good old dull days in New Berlin, doesn't it? Sausage and beer all around, and everyone's idea of a good time was the Mazurka Festival. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Orion Outpost
        • Section 31 mentions an intelligence report from an operative on Qo'noS that a time crystal had hit the black market near the Orion Outpost. (Season 2 episode The Red Angel)
    • Relliketh
        • Dukat, masquerading as a Bajoran named Anjohl, claims to be a moba farmer from Relliketh whose crop was destroyed by Rogath Blight. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
    • Requiem
        • After crash landing on the planet Hima, Book takes Michael Burnham to the Mercantile, a marketplace in the city Requiem, where she hopes to be able to contact Discovery. (Season 3 episode That Hope Is You, Part 1)
    • The Seven Domes
        • In the 13 year-old flashback scene that kicks off the episode, Fenris Ranger Seven of Nine arrives at a facility called the Seven Domes located on the planet Vergessen in the Hypatia System, in time to rescue Icheb, from an un-anesthetized Borg part extraction procedure. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Southeast Station
        • Romulan relocation center that Picard mentions during flashback 14 years ago. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Tamulna
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Tong Vey
        • When Worf goes to trial for destroying an unarmed civilian transport, the Klingon advocate Ch'Pok submits his solosuite program The Battle of Tong Vey into evidence. It is a re-enactment of a famous battle for the city of Tong Vey that ends with the conquering warrior ordering his enemies - including civilians - to be put to death. Jadzia mentions that he brought it over from the Enterprise. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Synthville
        • Joke raffi makes about the city of synths on the planet Coppelius. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Carbon Creek, Pennsylvania
        • Site of the real the first Vulcan-Human contact in 1957, when a Vulcan survey ship is performing a survey from Earth orbit after the recent Sputnik I launch by Humans. (Season 2 episode Carbon Creek)
    • Portage Creek, Indiana
        • Location of the Millennium Gate tower, Earth's first self-sustaining civic environment. (Season 5 episode 11:59)
  • Classes
  • Classes, Measurements and Types
    • Hecapate
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
        • Unit of distanced mentioned on the Klingon bird of prey: "Helm - keep us at least five million kellicams from the border." (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Kerripate
        • Quark's math problem: Say you have 27 tessipates of land you want to plant with nice, juicy yelg melons... needs one square kerripate of land to grow in. What is the total number of melons you can plant? (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Tessipate
        • Quark's math problem: Say you have 27 tessipates of land you want to plant with nice, juicy yelg melons... needs one square kerripate of land to grow in. What is the total number of melons you can plant? (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Andorian Silk
        • Quark tries to tempt Odo with the acquisition of physical wealth and treasures, mentioning a suit of the finest Andorian silk, a ring of pure Surax, a complete set of Tanesh pottery, and a latinum-plated bucket to sleep in. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
  • Colonies
    • Free Haven
        • After driving away Breen privateers from the the Bajoran colony of Free Haven, Sisko and team return to Deep Space Nine. (Season 4 episode To the Death)
    • Iridin
        • Colony that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "Research outposts at the border colonies of Nivalla, Septa and Iridin have also been destroyed." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Korvat Colony
        • Klingon colony, mentioned when Curzon Dax and Kang remininsce. They first sat together over a glass of warm Bahgol at the Korvat colony when the Federation and the Klingon Empire were still enemies. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Nehru Colony
        • While testing the computer to figure out what's wrong with it, Dax instructs it to create a subspace link with Nehru Colony, New France Colony and Corado I Transmitter Array. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • New France Colony
        • While testing the computer to figure out what's wrong with it, Dax instructs it to create a subspace link with Nehru Colony, New France Colony and Corado I Transmitter Array. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • Nivalla
        • Colony that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "Research outposts at the border colonies of Nivalla, Septa and Iridin have also been destroyed." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Septa
        • Colony that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "Research outposts at the border colonies of Nivalla, Septa and Iridin have also been destroyed." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Volnar Colony
        • When Harry Kim visits Quark’s Bar on Deep Space Nine, Quark attempts to sell him Lobi crystals from a select line of unique artifacts and gemstones indigenous to the region that he acquired from Morn., which Tom Paris describes as bright as a Koladan diamond. Tom informs Harry that they can actually be found on any planet in the system, and that there’s a shop at the Volnar Colony sells a dozen of them for one Cardassian Lek. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • The Volon Colonies
        • Resistance group the Maquis seek to protect the humans settled in the Volon Colonies in the demilitarized zone. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
  • Colors
  • Competitions
    • Global Tongo Championships
        • Moogie and Grand Nagus Zak met and fell in love playing Tongo at the Global Tongo Championships. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Lissepian Lottery
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • The Starfleet Bridge Tournament
        • Jean-Luc Picard won The Silver Spade Award for The Starfleet Bridge Tournament on Riza. (From the Picard family album)
  • Computers and Software
    • SafeTech
        • The Sanctuary District employs a SafeTech fingerprint database, which features an ad for a new retinal scan service available on Channel 178. (Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 1)
  • Condiments
    • Grapok Sauce
        • Worf's son Alexander chooses bregit lung for dinner. The other Klingons mock him, offering him way too much grapok sauce, because it "brings out the flavor". (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Moba Jam
        • Bashir attempts to replicate hot butter scones, moba jam and red leaf tea - but Sloan has deactivated his reflector. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Syrup of Squill
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Vilm Sauce
        • The Orion Syndicate goons on Farius that Miles infiltrates order some nozala sandwiches with extra vilm sauce. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • Starting with a large shipment of surplus yamok sauce that Quark is unable to sell, Jake and Nog make a succession of trades for various items under the name The NohJay Consortium, including self-sealing stem bolts, ending up with a strip of land on Bajor. (Season 1 episode Progress)
        • Cardassian prisoner Marritza tells Kira that the replicated Sem'hal stew could use some yamok sauce. (Season 1 episode Duet)
        • In anticipation of returning Cardassians, Quark smuggles in 10,000 wrappages of Cardassian yamok sauce. (Season 6 episode Call to Arms)
        • Quark: Break out the kanar, and find me some yamok sauce. (Season 6 episode Call to Arms)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Cartalian Fever
        • Jake Sisko: People want stories about things they can relate to: Life and death, good and evil. An outbreak of Cartalian Fever would be just the thing. The brave doctor battles the deadly virus. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Dorek Syndrome
        • Dr. Orpax, one of the most expensive doctors on Ferenginar, diagnoses Quark with the fatal disease Dorek Syndrome. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Engramatic Dissociation
        • Sloan suggests that Julian is a Dominion spy and doesn't even know it. Engramatic Dissociation is the theory that if a person's mind is sufficiently disciplined, he'd be capable of compartmentalizing contradictory information, believing one thing while doing another. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Kalla-Nohra Syndrome
        • A Cardassian arrives on the station aboard the Kobheerian freighter Rak-Miunis, claiming to be a file clerk named Marritza, though he resembles the war criminal Gul Darhe'el, known as The Butcher of Gallitep. He has Kalla-Nohra Syndrome, which can only be the result of a mining accident at the Bajoran forced labor camp Gallitep that Kira helped liberate - though he claims it is Pottrik syndrome, very similar condition. (Season 1 episode Duet)
    • Larosian Virus
        • Virus that Bashir mentions when he wakes up with the Dax figment of his imagination coming on to him. (Season 1 episode If Wishes Were Horses)
    • L'tak Terai
        • Human learning difficulties - learning, reading, writing - that Spock experienced growing up on Vulcan. A temporary complication remedied at the Learning Center. (Season 2 episode Light and Shadows)
    • Mutagenic retrovirus
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath's client the Regent of Palamar wants to buy a Mutagenic retrovirus. In an attempt to reduce the death toll, Quark attempts to sell him a fictional weapon instead called Varaxian LM-7, which he describes as a new biogenic weapon, still in the experimental stage. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Out To Lunch
        • Joke Harry Mudd makes about a fellow Klingon prisoner: "The technical term for his condition is Out to Lunch" (Season 1 episode 5 Choose Your Pain)
    • Post Neural Shock Syndrome
        • After experiencing Post Neural Shock Syndrome while researching the ancient Bajoran city of B'jala, Sisko consults the Orb of Prophecy. (Season 5 episode Rapture)
    • Pottrik Syndrome
        • A Cardassian arrives on the station aboard the Kobheerian freighter Rak-Miunis, claiming to be a file clerk named Marritza, though he resembles the war criminal Gul Darhe'el, known as The Butcher of Gallitep. He has Kalla-Nohra Syndrome, which can only be the result of a mining accident at the Bajoran forced labor camp Gallitep that Kira helped liberate - though he claims it is Pottrik syndrome, very similar condition. (Season 1 episode Duet)
    • The Quickening
        • Kira, Bashir and Jadzia are en route to the Gavara System when they receive a distress call from a planet in the Teplan System, what turns out to be a society attacked by the Jem'Hadar, now suffering from a disease known as the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Romulan Tal Shia member Koval asks Julian about the possibility of unleashing the Quickening disease that Julian encounter on Boranis III on another population. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Rogath Blight
        • Dukat, masquerading as a Bajoran named Anjohl, claims to be a moba farmer from Relliketh whose crop was destroyed by Rogath Blight. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
    • Rudellian Brain Fever
        • Disease that Miles mentions when Keiko begins acting strange following her trip to Bajor. Turns out that she's been taken over by an alien entity. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Rudellian Plague
        • An outbreak of Rudellian plague that strikes the Cardassian colony on Pentath III in the Pentath System prompts Sisko to send the Defiant - commanded by Worf - to assist with the evacuation. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Rugalan Fever
        • Jadzia mentions that when her previous host Tobin's child came down with Rugalan Fever, she read her all 17 volumes of Caster's Down the River Light. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Shalaft's Syndrome
        • Rare illness suffered by men in the Picard family, involving a hypersensitivity to sound.
    • Temecklian Virus
        • Odo declares Temecklian Virus as the reason for the inspection of Kasidy Yates' ship when she is suspected of smuggling for the Maquis. There have been reports of an outbreak on Bajor. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • The Time Bends
        • Joke Tilly makes. Captain Pike: "Still no signs of temporal effects. Ready to move us another 600 kilometers closer and reacclimate." Tilly: "Like a diver rising to the surface. Don't want to get the time bends, sir." Captain Pike: "Time bends. I like that." Tilly: "Oh, everything sounds cooler when you put time in front of it." (Season 2 episode Light and Shadows)
    • Tuvan Syndrome
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Ulcartic Virus
        • Mirror Universe Garak threatens injection of 10cc's of concentrated Ulcartic Virus - very deadly and quite painful - that elevates the temperature of your body, heating your internal organs until they literally boil. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
    • Yarim Fel Syndrome
        • Terminal Cardassian disease that takes the life of Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor, formally a legit in the Cardassian Central Command. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Zanthi Fever
        • Virus which affects the empathic abilities of mature Betazoids. It causes them to project their emotions onto others. (Season 3 episode Fascination)
  • Corporations
    • Metron Consortium
        • Farrakk lies, telling arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath that he was about to close deal with the Verillians. Hagath informs him that they no longer have any need of his services since they signed an agreement with Metron Consortium. Farrakk was actually off enjoying himself on Risa. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • The Noh Jay Consortium
        • Starting with a large shipment of surplus Yamok sauce that Quark is unable to sell, Jake and Nog make a succession of trades for various items under the name The NohJay Consortium, including self-sealing stem bolts, ending up with a strip of land on Bajor. (Season 1 episode Progress)
    • Quark's Bar and Holding Company
        • Rom quotes his contract: "Paragraph 76, subsection three: Employees of Quark's Bar and Holding Company are strictly prohibited from leaving the work environment during business hours unless ordered to do so by their employer. Any failure to comply with this provision will result in severe fines and possible dismissal." It's a standard provision in all Ferengi labor contracts. (Season 4 Bar Association)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Counselor Telnorri
        • When Miles returns from his Argrathi imprisonment, he is supposed to be seeing Counselor Telnorri three times a week. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
  • Counties and States
    • Dahkur Province
        • Kira Nerys' home province on Bajor. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Kira plans to move back to join the artists that live in the capital. (Season 4 episode Accession)
        • Miles tells Keiko that Kira is still with Shakaar, traveling around Dahkur Province on Bajor.
        • The Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos tells Kira that in his world, Bajor's Dahkur Province is a mining colony. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • Kai Winn sends Kira to her old province to convince her old resistance leader Shakaar to give up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Hedrickspool Province
        • When Kira expresses frustration at his interpretation of a prophecy, Vedek Bareil suggests that they talk about something else, like the Ilvian katterpod crop, the new nature preserve in Hedrickspool Province, or maybe the standings in the Springball Championship. (Season 2 episode Shadow Play)
    • Kendra Province
        • Location on the planet Bajor.
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • When Sisko goes missing, Jake theorizes that he may have gone to Kendra Province. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
    • Ketha Province
        • When Martok was a boy, his family still lived in the lowlands of Ketha Province. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
        • Martok mentions having come from the Ketha lowlands. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Mekro'vak Region
        • When Quark seeks advice for his private dinner with Grilka, Worf tells him that she is from the Mekro'vak region. It is customary among her people that the man bring the leg of a lingta to their first courtship dinner. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Musilla Province
        • Province on Bajor.
        • Kira decides to spend a few days on Bajor to visit a friend - and get away from Miles... but Keiko insists he goes with her. She visits a 200 year old cottage with a view of the Holana river. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
        • Kira's old friend Mobara lives in Musilla Province on Bajor. (Season 5 episode The Darkness and the Light)
    • Rakantha Province
        • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
        • Sisko, Odo and Garak's Bajoran identities in Odo's telepathic experience are from Rakantha Province. (Season 5 episode Things Past)
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Slara Region
        • The serial killer on the station is revealed be 97- year old Vulcan science officer Chu'Lak. Born 2278 in the Slara region, he was assigned to the station three months ago. Before that, he served on the U.S.S. Grissom, which was destroyed by the Jem'Hadar in the Battle of Ricktor Prime. He was one of only 6 crewman out of 1,250 to survive. (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • Tozhat Province
        • Bashir and Garak visit the Tozhat Resettlement Center in the Tozhat Province on Bajor looking for more information about Cardassian war orphans. (Season 2 episode Cardassians)
  • Countries
    • Fibonan Republic
        • While attempting to broker a peace treaty, Kirk offers the Teenax an Fibonan artifact from the Fibonan Republic's High Council, an ancient weapon known as the Abronath.
  • Criminal Organizations
    • Orion Syndicate
        • Criminal organization, from various episodes.
        • While escorting Quark to a grand jury hearing on Inferna Prime to testify against the Orion Syndicate, a bomb on the ship explodes, forcing them to crash land on an uninhabited planet. (Season 5 episode The Ascent)
        • Arissa works for a man name Draim, who is affiliated with the Orion Syndicate. (Season 5 episode A Simple Investigation)
        • Miles infiltrates a low level Orion Syndicate gang on the planet Farius. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • Ezri's mother's Pergium mining business gets mixed up with the Orion Syndicate. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
  • Currency
    • Cardassian Lek
        • When Harry Kim visits Quark’s Bar on Deep Space Nine, Quark attempts to sell him Lobi crystals from a select line of unique artifacts and gemstones indigenous to the region that he acquired from Morn., which Tom Paris describes as bright as a Koladan diamond. Tom informs Harry that they can actually be found on any planet in the system, and that there’s a shop at the Volnar Colony sells a dozen of them for one Cardassian Lek. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Isik
        • Listener and conman Martus Mazur's mark tells him that she needs 10,000 isiks to commission a study on the effects of asteroid mining on inner system navigation. (Season 2 episode Rivals)
        • Currency used by the Vlugtan government and substitute for "penny" in the Vulcan version of the old saying… "Isik for your thoughts?" (Season 1 episode Despite Yourself and Season 1 episode 15 Will You Take My Hand?)
    • Klon Peag
        • Currency presented to Quark as gambling collateral by Gamma Quadrant resident Wadi Falow, which Quark rejects, because they look like sticks. (Season 1 episode Move Along Home)
  • Databases
    • Bajoran Medical Index
        • Information database which Kira uses to research Dr. Surmak Ren, the doctor who signed Dekon Elig's death certificate, the Bajoran Underground member that created the aphasia virus that cripples the station. (Season 1 episode Babel)
  • Dates
    • April 24, 1987
        • Gabriel Bell born. En route to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Nog studies Earth history, including the Bell Riots, discovering that Gabriel Bell looks remarkably like Sisko. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • December 27, 2000
        • Captain Janeway's ancestor Shannon O'Donnel's car breaks down in the small town of Portage Creek, Indiana, where the Millennium Gate tower will be built. There, she meets Henry Janeway, the owner of a bookstore that refuses to sell the store to make way for the project. (Season 5 episode 11:59)
    • December 31, 2000
        • Captain Janeway's ancestor Shannon O'Donnel is offered a job by the company behind the Millennium Gate tower project if she can convince Henry Janeway to sell his Portage Creek, Indiana bookstore before 11:59pm on New Year's Eve 2000. (Season 5 episode 11:59)
    • August 30, 2024
        • Sisko, Bashir, and Dax arrive in San Francisco from 2371, due to a transporter accident, a couple of days before the infamous Bell Riots, one of the most violent civil disturbances in all of American history. (Season 3 episode Past Tense, Part One)
    • September 2, 2024
        • After being transported to the past, Sisko, Bashir and Jadzia do their best to keep the hostages safe in the midst of the infamous Bell Riots in San Francisco. (Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 2)
        • The Mirror Universe's First Contact goes down a little bit different... the Vulcans act normally, but Zefram Cochrane pulls a shotgun on them and boards their ship. (Season 4 episode In a Mirror Darkly)

        • A Terran holy day. First-ever contact between Terrans and a Vulcan survey ship. Kovich discusses the Mirror Universe version of the event with Philippa Georgiou, during which the Terrans slaughtered everybody on board. Kovich also mentions that April 5 is his birthday. (Season 3 episode Die Trying)
    • February 24, 2259
        • The movie Star Trek Into Darkness begins on Stardate 2259.55. (For the Kelvin timeline movies, the first four digits of a Stardate correspond to the year, while the remainder stands for the day of the year.)
    • January 4, 2263
        • Captain Kirk's 30th birthday. He is now officially one year older than his father ever got to be. McCoy surprises him with a surprise party on Yorktown starbase.
    • April 22, 2375
        • Neelix, acting as Voyager's morale officer, creates a holiday called Ancestors' Eve, in response to Captain Janeway's disappointment in her ancestor Shannon O'Donnel. (Episode 11:59)
    • April 4, 2385
        • Rogue synths attack and destroy the The Utopia Planitia Shipyards on the planet Mars, igniting the planet's atmosphere in the process, on First Contact Day. (Season 1 episode Maps and Legends)
  • Dates-Birthdays
    • January 6, 2230
        • Stardate 2230.06 (For the Kelvin timeline movies, the first four digits of a Stardate correspond to the year, while the remainder stands for the day of the year). Spock born.
    • January 4, 2233
        • Stardate 2233.04 (For the Kelvin timeline movies, the first four digits of a Stardate correspond to the year, while the remainder stands for the day of the year). Captain James Tiberius Kirk born. George Kirk becomes the captain of a starship for 12 minutes when Nero attacks the U.S.S. Kelvin, saving 800 lives, including his newborn son James T. Kirk and his mother.
  • Dates-Death
    • August 31, 2024
        • Bashir is assaulted by a gang of Ghosts trying to take his ration card in the Sanctuary District of San Francisco, resulting in the death of Gabriel Bell, a pivotal figure in the infamous Bell Riots. Sisko assumes his identity in order to keep the timeline intact. (Season 3 episode Past Tense, Part One)
    • January 2, 2263
        • Stardate 2263.2 (For the Kelvin timeline movies, the first four digits of a Stardate correspond to the year, while the remainder stands for the day of the year). Captain Kirk and the Enterprise's 966th day in the deep space, three years of their five year exploration mission. Also, Ambassador Spock dies.
  • Dates-NoYear
        • Federation Day, the annual holiday commemorating the founding of the United Federation of Planets, is celebrated on October 11. (from newspaper clipping in the Picard family album)
  • Diners
    • Eva's Kitchen
        • Diner from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny's girlfriend and Kasidy Yates' counterpart Cassie works. There is also a menu in Benny's apartment. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Benayoun
        • Doctor and an old friend of Picard's, that Picard requests to be cleared for service with Starfleet. (Season 1 episode Maps and Legends)
    • Dr. Orpax
        • Dr. Orpax, one of the most expensive doctors on Ferenginar, diagnoses Quark with the fatal disease Dorek Syndrome. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Dr. Surmak Ren
        • Doctor who signed Dekon Elig's death certificate, the Bajoran Underground member that created the aphasia virus that cripples the station. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Dr. Wykoff
        • While Sisko digs, he hears a voice that precedes his false vision: "Dr. Wykoff, please report to isolation ward 4". (Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
  • Drug Dealers
  • Drugs-Recreational
  • Electronics
    • Cardassian MK-12 Scanner
        • The Assay Office on Deep Space Nine where Vash stores her Gamma Quadrant treasures utilizes a Cardassian MK-12 scanner with an L-90 enhanced resolution filter to verify retinal prints, not an MK-7 as Vash suggests. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Cardassian MK-7 Scanner
        • The Assay Office on Deep Space Nine where Vash stores her Gamma Quadrant treasures utilizes a Cardassian MK-12 scanner with an L-90 enhanced resolution filter to verify retinal prints, not an MK-7 as Vash suggests. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • The Cellular Regeneration and Entertainment Chamber
        • Chamber specially designed to transmit biogenic energy on a chromoelectric wavelength and send uplifting and entertaining messages to the nuclei of every cell in your body. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Optolythic Data Rod
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Trans-spectral Sensor Array
        • Miles' counterpart Smiley brings Sisko to the Mirror Universe to prevent his wife Jennifer from helping the Klingon Cardassian Alliance create a new sensor array. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
        • Dr. Jurati attempts to use an old medical tricorder to scan Picard after his spell. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
  • Electronics-Power
    • Displacement-activated Spore Hub Drive
        • Also known as spore drive or s-drive. An organic propulsion system the Federation experimented with during the 2240s and 2250s. (Season 1 episode 4)
    • Infinite Improbability Generator
        • The table in Engineering has an item labelled "Infinite Improbability Generator", a reference to the Infinite Improbability Drive propulsion system aboard the Heart of Gold in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
  • Electronics-Transport
    • Emergency Transport Unit
        • Device Data uses to send Picard back to the Enterprise, sacrificing himself at the end of Nemesis.
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • The Bajoran Gratitude Festival
        • Annual festival Ono Bajor. According to Sisko, the whole point of the festival is to put all of your troubles behind you and make a new start. (Season 3 episode Fascination)
    • Mazurka Festival
        • Cal Hudson: It make you pine for the good old dull days in New Berlin, doesn't it? Sausage and beer all around, and everyone's idea of a good time was the Mazurka Festival. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
        • While researching the ancient city of B'hala, Sisko experiences a vision that he is there, on the eve of the Peldor festival. He could smell the burning of the bateret leaves and taste the incense on the wind. (Season 5 episode Rapture)
  • Film Production Companies
    • Mariner Holodeck Programs
        • Mariner hijacks Boimler's holodeck program, making it into a movie. "Mariner Holodeck Programs presents a Mariner production of Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta" (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
  • Financial Services
    • Ferengi Futures Exchange
        • DaiMon Igel petitions Grand Nagus Zek to sell his Uranium interests on the Ferengi Futures Exchange. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Alvinian Melons
        • Kira sees big green swirling spots the size of Alvinian melons after Bashir injects her with a vaccine. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Bajoran Spiny Basil
        • Plant that Bashir brings to Keiko to make up for killing her plants while she was visiting the Fire Caves on Bajor. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Bateret Leaf
        • While researching the ancient city of B'hala, Sisko experiences a vision that he is there, on the eve of the Peldor festival. He could smell the burning of the bateret leaves and taste the incense on the wind. (Season 5 episode Rapture)
    • Boton
        • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Edosian Orchid
        • Garak: Ah, yes, the assassination of Proconsul Merrok of Romulus. Such a tragedy. I met him once, a few weeks before he died. I was working as a gardener at the Cardassian Embassy... my specialty was Edosian Orchids. Beautiful, but highly toxic. (Season 4 episode Broken Link)
    • Horx
        • Plant. According to Star Trek: Picard showrunner Michael Chabon, "Raffi is using a traditional Orion flashpipe known as a horgl, employed for centuries on that world to sublimate the fleshy tendrils of an intoxicant plant known as the horx, or snakeleaf. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • Hypicate Root
        • While Quark and Rom's mother Ishka, also known as Moogie, waits to be rescued, she educates the Vorta Yelgrun about the versatility of hypicate root and how it is used in certain medicines, diffractive optics, and even some beauty supplies such as cream of hypicate. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Idran Hybrids
        • Flowers in Mile's quarters that Bashir accidentally kills by watering them. Too much water rots their roots. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Jumja Tree
        • Miles tries to get Keiko to try a jumja stick, a sweet snack made from the sap of the jumja tree. It's full of vitamin C. (Season 1 episode In the Hands of Prophets)
    • Kalo Roots
        • Ingredient in the dish that famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik created and his wife Nidell prepared. The secret is to sear the Palo roots slightly before layering them over the slices of roasted Waroon. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Kava Nuts
        • According to Weyoun, the only foods that the Vorta actually enjoy are Kava nuts and Rippleberries. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Kava Root
        • When Sisko is injured during the Jem'Hadar attack, Kira keeps him awake by telling him the story of the three kava farmer brothers from Jo'Kala.
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
    • Makora Herbs
        • Medicinal herbs that Bashir gives Kira during her pregnancy - and Miles tastes for her. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
        • Bashir asks Kira if she's been taking her Makara herbs. She admits that she hasn't been taking them as consistently as she should be, and tells him that they taste like something that crawled out of Quark's ear. (Season 5 episode The Darkness and the Light)
    • Matopin Rock Fungi
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Moba Tree
        • While visiting Bajor for a conference in Rakantha, Sisko buys 12 hecapates of land in the Kendra Province, just south of the Yolja River, where he plans to build a house when the war is over. The soil is perfect for growing kava, there are a few wild moba trees and a creek that runs through the meadows and into the forest. He muses that with the creek, he can make his own spring wine, which Kasidy calls The Emissary's Special Reserve. "It'll be a big seller." (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
    • Moon Grass
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Moreka
        • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Orchidaceae Dahj Ocidium
        • Flower. Dahj has an implanted memory of her father a xenobotanist, splicing two genuses and naming the offspring after her. (Season 1 episode Remembrance)
    • Rulot Seeds
        • When contacted by Cardassians on their way to rescue Bajoran resistance hero Li Nalas from the Hutet labor camp on Cardassia IV, Kira bluffs, telling them that they are actually the Lissepian transport Martuk carrying a shipment of rulot seeds. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
        • An elite team from Cerritos has been selected by Admiral Syltrack to liaise with the Pisepian agricultural colony in disputed territory. Captain, Freeman, Shax and Ransom have been enlisted to join the mission due to their expertise in the germination of Rolut seeds. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Salam Grass
        • Kai Winn tells Kira about Rakantha Province, a farming community poisoned by the Cardassians that now has the ability too produce boton, moreka, and salam grass - if she can talk her old resistance cell leader Shakaar into giving up their soil reclamators. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Tri-nucleic Fungus
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
    • Xupta Tree
        • Alixus, the leader of the colonists in the Orellius system, sends Cassandra to Sisko's cabin, bringing him an oil extract from the Xupta tree for his sore muscles. (Season 2 episode Paradise)
  • Food
    • Groatcakes
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
        • Bajor plans to tap the core of its fifth moon Jeraddo in order to provide energy, a process that will render the moon uninhabitable. Kira is sent down to investigate the stubborn residents - katterpod bean farmers - that refuse to relocate. (Season 1 episode Progress)
    • Larish Pie
        • The leader of the Navot, one of the Bajoran factions involved in a land dispute, observes that the Cardassian replicators make a fine larish pie. (Season 1 episode The Storyteller)
        • Beans that Sisko mentions to Jake that he ate at Quark's while the Wadi people gambled and played games. (Season 1 episode Move Along Home)
        • After saving the Ferengi economy from Brunt with Quark's help, Grand Nagus Zek mentions how he did it, including dumping their lokar bean investments and insisting they buy up every bit of jevonite they could get their hands on. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Mapa Bread
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • Delicacy that Quark serves to the Nagus, which are chilled to perfection. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
        • Grand Nagus Zek requests fresh tube grubs. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition)
        • Sisko's father prepares tube grubs for Nog at his restaurant in New Orleans. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
        • Ishka asks Quark if he has any tube grubs. He does. "These are minced. I wanted fresh." (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • Mirror Universe Brunt offers Quark and Rom fried tube grubs. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
  • Food Companies
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Alvas
        • Grape like fruit that grows all over Bajor, at least in the Prime Universe. The Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos has never heard of them. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
    • Clavisoa Berries
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Golana Melon
        • Fruit from the planet Golana, the planet where Miles took his family for a picnic and Molly wanders off and falls into a time portal, sending her 300 years back in time. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Gramilian Sand Peas
        • Secret Ferengi female Pel suggests that Quark replace his complimentary dishes of Lokar beans with Gramilian sand peas, which inhibit the secretion of the salivary glands while drying out the tissues of the tongue, making his customers thirstier. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition) Bashir requests yamok sauce for his sand peas at Quark's. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior) Odo mentions the old days when Jake and Nog threw sand peas off the top floor of the promenade. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
    • Ilvian Katterpod
        • When Kira expresses frustration at his interpretation of a prophecy, Vedek Bareil suggests that they talk about something else, like the Ilvian katterpod crop, the new nature preserve in Hedrickspool Province, or maybe the standings in the Springball Championship. (Season 2 episode Shadow Play)
    • Livanian Beet
        • Odo wants Morn to do something about his Livanian beets shipment in Cargo bay 3 that's been there for two weeks and is starting to rot. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • Moba
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
        • Dukat, masquerading as a Bajoran named Anjohl, claims to be a moba farmer from Relliketh whose crop was destroyed by Rogath Blight. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
    • Rippleberries
        • According to Weyoun, the only foods that the Vorta actually enjoy are Kava nuts and Rippleberries. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Tamen Sahsheer
        • Captain Jaheel tells Miles he's got a shipment of Tamen Sahsheer waiting to be delivered to Largo V, and he'll need to do better than Warp 1 to get there before it spoils. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Tartoc
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Tulaberries
        • Berries used to make Tulaberry wine, which Grand Nagus Zek uses to trick Quark into helping him open trade negotiations with the Dominion. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition)
    • Yelg Melon
        • Quark's math problem: Say you have 27 tessipates of land you want to plant with nice, juicy yelg melons... needs one square kerripate of land to grow in. What is the total number of melons you can plant? (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
  • Games
        • Quark mentions Jake playing Dom-jot by himself when they discuss the old days before Nog left for Starfleet. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
        • Jake's plans to play dom-jot with Nog turn into a disastrous double date with Leanne and Riska. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
        • Jake plays Dom-jot. (Season 3 episode The Abandoned)
        • Leeta tells Zimmerman that if she ran Quark's place, she'd have three Dom Jot tables, and two Prayko alleys. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
    • Fizzbin
        • Card game that Quark suggests to pass the time while Odo escorts him to Inferna Prime for a grand jury hearing to testify against the Orion Syndicate. (Season 5 episode The Ascent)
    • Jokarian Chess
        • Dax tells Sisko she had considered proposing a game of Jokarian Chess, before she sees the mood that he's in. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
    • Kadis-Kot
        • Board game played in various episodes, most frequently by Seven of Nine, Naomi and Neelix. (Episodes Imperfection, Infinite Regress, The Voyager Conspiracy, Endgame, Ashes to Ashes, Repentence, Homestead)
        • As a youth, Tilly won a Kadis-kot regional tournament. She called Airiam the best kadis-kot player she had ever known (Season 2 episode Project Daedalus)
    • Kotra
        • Cardassian game Garak that teaches Nog on their way to the Empok Nor space station. Later, Garak finds a lotta board on the station. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • Prayko
        • Leeta tells Zimmerman that if she ran Quark's place, she'd have three Dom Jot tables, and two Prayko alleys. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
    • Tongo
        • Ferengi card game that utilizes a roulette wheel.
        • Worf gives Jadzia a hard time about losing 2 bars of latinum to a Tongo champion. (Season 5 episode The Darkness and the Light)
        • Dax beats the Ferengi at their own game. (Season 2 episode Rules of Acquisition)
        • Dax is playing Tongo with Quark when Trill host initiate Arjin arrives on the station. (Season 2 episode Playing God)
        • Jadzia teaches Dural how to play Tongo. (Season 3 episode Meridian)
        • When Jadzia loses to Miles playing darts, she says, "I think I'll stick to Tongo from now on." (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
        • Odo/Curzon mentions a Tongo hustler at Quark's. (Season 3 episode Facets)
        • Moogie and Grand Nagus Zak met and fell in love playing Tongo at the Global Tongo Championships. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Quark and Dax play Tongo. Dax wins. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
        • While discussing their differences, Worf mentions that Jadzia plays Tongo with a Ferengi barkeeper. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • Miles wins a wager with Worf over the outcome of Quark and Jadzia's Tongo game. When Worf thinks he's going to win, he informs Miles that he likes his bloodwine very young, and very sweet. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Bashir mentions waking up Miles to play a little Tongo when the holosuites are busy. (Season 6 episode His Way)
        • Ishka tells Quark that Zek wants to play Tongo. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • In order to ensure Jadzia is allowed into Sto-vo-kor, Worf has to win great battle in her name. Quark suggests letting him win a game of Tongo. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Argrathi Authority
        • Miles is arrested by Argrathi Security and sentenced by the Argrathi Authority to 40 years in their virtual prison punishment. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
    • Bajoran Council of Ministers
        • When Rom is captured, Leeta mentions asking the Bajoran Council of Ministers to petition the Dominion on his behalf. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • Bajoran Freight and Shopping Authority
        • Kasidy's employer, to whom Sisko requests give her a month of paid vacation without her knowing. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • Cardassian Union
        • Cardassian political entity, also known as the Cardassian Empire.
        • Gul Damar reminds Weyoun that's he's not a member of the Obsidian Order, he's the leader of the Cardassian Empire. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Weyoun presents the new leader of the Cardassian Union, Leget Broca. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Weyoun refers to Damar as the leader of the Cardassian Union. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Central Command
        • Cardassian government, from various episodes.
        • When Kira is kidnapped by Cardassians in a plot that involves convincing her that she is actually Iliana, a member of the Obsidian Order, whose father is a member of the Cardassian Central Command. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Kai Winn and Vedek Bareil work to negotiate a peace settlement with Cardassian Central Command. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
        • Terminal Cardassian disease that takes the life of Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor, formally a legit in the Cardassian Central Command. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
        • Martok: We will drink bloodwine in the halls of Cardassia's Central Command. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • Weyoun lures Odo to a meeting, claiming to be a Gul that the Cardassian Central Command put to death over a year ago. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Chamber of Ministers
        • Bajoran government agency not happy with Kira following her unauthorized mission to rescue Bajoran resistance hero Li Nalas and other prisoners from the Hutet labor camp on Cardassia IV. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
    • The Coalition
        • Group of civilizations coming together to defeat the Terran Empire, consisting of Romulans, Tellarites, Klingons, Andorians and potentially Denobulans, Rigelians, and Coridanites. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 2)
    • Congress of Economic Advisors
        • Ferengi government agency.
        • Government agency that passed legislation making monopolies illegal. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Quark calls them the Congress of Economic Meddlers. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Continuing Committee of The Romulan People
        • Romulan government committee that oversees appointments to certain high profile positions. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Council of Ministers
        • Sisko tells Kai Winn to stall her talks with Weyoun by telling him she needs to consult the Council of Ministers before signing a treaty. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • When the Romulans request to use the Bajoran moon for a hospital, Kira presents the proposal to the Bajoran Council of Ministers. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Department of Temporal Investigations
        • Agents from the Department of Temporal Investigations travel to the station investigate Sisko and crew's trip back in time. According to Jadzia, agents are always on time. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Detapa Council
        • Cardassian civilian government, from various episodes.
        • Gul Dukat now represents the civilian government. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
        • Gul Dukat describes Gul Marratt as very dashing rising star, a graduate of the Cardassian Military Academy, smooth talking junior member of the Detapa Council and a ladies man - that he would like to demote to the Cardassian embassy on Breen. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Division 14
        • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • The Dominion
        • It is mentioned that the Federation Diplomatic Corps is engaged in negotiations with the Dominion, the interstellar organization from the Gamma Quadrant, popularized on Star Trek Deep Space Nine.
    • Ferengi Alliance
        • Formal name for the Ferengi government, located on the planet Ferenginar.
        • Quark and Rom discuss the Sacred Marketplace and the Tower of Commerce, the tallest building in the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Quark finally tells Rom that Moogie has been helping Grand Nagus Zek run the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Ferengi Commerce Authority
        • Government agency on Ferenginar, from multiple episodes. Also known as the FCA.
        • The Ferengi Commerce Authority sends Brunt to end Quark's labor dispute. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Ferengi Commerce Authority liquidator Brunt serves Quark with a Writ of Accountability for violating Ferengi Trade Bylaw Subsection 1,027, Paragraph 3: "Improper supervision of a family member" for his mother Ishka. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
        • Brunt mentions Quark protecting his mother from her FCA audit. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Rom reminds Quark that he was blacklisted by the Ferengi Commerce Authority. Later, Brunt visits Quark in his closet on Ferenginar, where he offers Quark new business license if he breaks up Zek and Moogie’s relationship. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • After Quark's investments get wiped out, his cousin Gaila assures him that the Ferengi Commerce Authority will be begging to reinstate him if he takes him up on his offer to help arms dealer Hagath sell weapons. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
        • Zek wants the FCA commissioner to reinstate him as Grand Nagus after Brunt seized control. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Ferengi Gaming Commission
        • Grand Nagus Zak tells Quark that Arcybite ore futures are continuing to increase, that the Bolians have finally agreed to allow the Ferengi Gaming Commission to take over all their gambling emporiums, and that he has decided to allocate extra funds for research on a new breed of Hupyrian Beetles. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Fibonan High Council
        • While attempting to broker a peace treaty, Kirk offers the Teenax an Fibonan artifact from the Fibonan Republic's High Council, an ancient weapon known as the Abronath.
    • Freecloud Orbital Control
        • Organization overseeing space traffic in and out of the planet Freecloud. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Galardonian High Council
        • The U.S.S. Cerritos docks at Douglas Station for routine maintenance and resupply before setting course for the capital planet in the Galar system, scheduled to make second contact with Galardonian High Council. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
    • The Gorn Hegemony
        • Governmental body of the reptilian Gorn species, mentioned only. (Season 1 episode Maps and Legends)
    • The Hall Of State
        • The Romulan Star Empire's seat of government. Tenqem Andrev, the Romulan that tries to kill Picard, mentions that of Picard's address. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Karemma Commerce Ministry
        • Sisko and crew travel into the Gamma Quadrant to meet with the Karemma Commerce Ministry - also referred to as the Ministry of Trade - over their trade concerns, such as the taxes and tariffs added to their shipment of Karemman fleece. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
        • Smiley and his friends have started a rebellion against the Klingon Cardassian Alliance. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
        • Sisko's wife Jennifer's double visits the station, taking Jake back with her and convincing Sisko to help them fight the Alliance. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
        • Ezri's counterpart from the Mirror Universe arrives on the station to inform Quark that Grand Nagus Zek is being held prisoner by the Alliance in exchange for a ship's cloaking device. When Ezri comes on strong, Quark thinks she's role-playing and mentions his holo-suite program, Vulcan Love Slave Volume III. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
    • Klingon Empire
        • The Klingon Empire joins the Federation in the war against the Dominion.
        • Garak's contact to manufacture the proof needed to bring the Romulans into the war, Grathon Tolar, is released from prison at Sisko's request on the condition that he stay away from the Klingon Empire. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • The Klingon Empire vessel Toh'Kaht blows up shortly after exiting the wormhole, returning from a routine bio-survey mission in the Gamma Quadrant. (Season 1 episode Dramatis Personae)
        • After Worf challenges - and kills Gowron, Martok becomes leader of the empire. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Klingon High Council
        • Mentioned. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
        • Martok reveals the content of the message from the Klingon High Council: "Three days ago, the battle cruiser B'Moth began a patrol near the Cardassian border. They have not been heard from since. They are now reported missing." Martok is given command of a bird of prey - the Rotarran - to conduct a search. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Ministry of Commerce
        • Kasidy applies for a position with the Bajoran Ministry of Commerce to captain one of their freighters. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Ministry of Justice
        • Gul Dukat clears Sisko's request for a judgment other than death for Thomas Riker, time in the Lazon II Labor Camp, with the Cardassian Ministry of Justice. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Obsidian Order
        • Cardassian intelligence agency, from various episodes.
        • The ever-vigilant eyes and ears of the Cardassian Empire. It is said that no Cardassian citizen can sit down to a meal without each dish being duly noted and recorded by the Order. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Kira is kidnapped by Cardassians in a plot that involves convincing her that she is actually Iliana, a member of the Obsidian Order, sent to infiltrate the Bajoran Resistance. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Responsible for secret military buildup in the Orias System. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • An alliance between members of the Romulan intelligence agency Tal Shiar and the Cardassian intelligence agency the Obsidian Order plan an attack on the Founders of the Dominion in the Gamma Quadrant. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
        • Romulan spy Livara, posing as the captain of a Talavian freighter, started to work in the Cardassian occupied Bajoran sector in 2366, fell under suspicion of the Obsidian Order. (Season 5 episode Things Past)
        • Garak mentions his time as an interrogator for the Obsidian Order. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • Gul Damar reminds Weyoun that's he's not a member of the Obsidian Order, he's the leader of the Cardassian Empire. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Odo compares the Federation's Section 31 to the Romulans' Tal Shiar, the Cardassians' Obsidian Order. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Sisko proposes that Garak help him steal secret war plans from the Obsidian Order on Cardassia Prime in order to bring the Cardassian Empire into the Dominion War. Garak proposes an alternate solution. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • When seeking refuge at Garak's childhood home on Cardassia after being double-crossed, Garak mentions to Damar and Kira that his father Enabran Tain was the leader of the Obsidian Order. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Quaternary Star Systems
        • Captain Pike listens to an excerpt of what sounds like a news broadcast, information Discovery received from the doomed sphere before it expired, which mentions a war between the Quaternary star systems and the Roquar'ri Imperium. (Season 2 episode An Obol for Charon)
    • Romulan Empire
        • Also known as the Romulan Star Empire.
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Conference between the Federation and the Romulan Empire is attacked by a Changeling. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • The Romulan Free State
        • The intragalactic government of the Romulans formed after the destruction of the Romulan Star Empire by the Romulan supernova that revokes - and then later reinstates - Doctor Naáshala Kunamadéstifee's residency at the Romulan Reclamation Site.
    • Romulan High Council
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Romulan Senate
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Romulan Star Empire
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Roquar'ri Imperium
        • Captain Pike listens to an excerpt of what sounds like a news broadcast, information Discovery received from the doomed sphere before it expired, which mentions a war between the Quaternary star systems and the Roquar'ri Imperium. (Season 2 episode An Obol for Charon)
    • Section 31
        • Secret security agency within Starfleet.
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • Deputy Director Sloan of Section 31 questions Julian, claiming he is a Dominion spy and doesn't know it - then attempts to recruit him. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Julian and Miles lure Section 31 to the station seeking the cure for Odo's disease. (Season 7 episode Extreme Measures)
        • Top secret branch of Starfleet developing defense technology and training offiers to gather intelligence on the Klingons and any other potential enemy who means to do Starfleet harm.
        • Captain Picard receives an Alpha Priority communicationfrom Starfleet Command, which turns out to be Admiral Janeway from Star Trek: Voyager.
    • Starfleet Intelligence
        • Starfleet agency, from various episodes.
        • According to Starfleet Intelligence, Chancellor Gowron has relocated Klingon military headquarters to Ty'Gokor, located in an asteroid field deep in Klingon space. It is probably the most heavily fortified installation in the Empire. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
        • Starfleet Intelligence believes that the Maquis may attempt to block or steal replicator shipments to Cardassia. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Jake tells Weyoung that he and Nog are working for Starfleet Intelligence. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • Starfleet Intelligence locates a massive Dominion sensor array hidden on the peripheral of the Argolis Cluster, capable of monitoring ship movements over five sectors. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
        • With the Defiant gone and most of the runabouts off on exercises with the 9th Fleet, Worf and Jadzia take the Shenandoah to the Badlands to meet with a Cardassian operative named Lasaran that has been providing military intelligence to Starfleet Intelligence. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • Division of Starfleet that was only able to provide a partial account of Shinzon's military record. Per their report, he is relatively young and a capable commander that fought 12 major engagements in the war, all successful. Beyond that, they know nothing.
        • Romulan intelligence organization.
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • An alliance between members of the Romulan intelligence agency Tal Shiar and the Cardassian intelligence agency the Obsidian Order plan an attack on the Founders of the Dominion in the Gamma Quadrant. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
        • Odo compares the Federation's Section 31 to the Romulans' Tal Shiar, the Cardassians' Obsidian Order. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • UFP Department of Cartography
        • Sloan's cover at the Romulan conference is that he works for the Federation's Department of Cartography. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • Following the end of the Cardassian occupation of the planet Bajor, the new Bajoran provisional government invites the United Federation of Planets to partner in administering the abandoned Cardassian space station in orbit around Bajor, formerly known as Terok Nor, as a first step toward Bajor eventually joining the Federation. Moving forward, the space station is known as Deep Space Nine and managed by a primarily Starfleet crew. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
        • The opening text introduces the Cardassian and Federation relationship with the Maquis rebels. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Vulcan High Command
        • The most powerful governmental body on Vulcan, responsible for overseeing Vulcan military forces and civilian organizations, as well as Vulcan's space fleet, diplomatic missions, and scientific research.
    • War Plans Council
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Jalanda Forum
        • Musician Varani asks Kira about rebuilding the Jalanda Forum, necessary for Bajorans to reclaim their artistic heritage. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
  • Hardware and Tools
    • Self-sealing Stem Bolts
        • Starting with a large shipment of surplus Yamok sauce that Quark is unable to sell, Jake and Nog make a succession of trades for various items under the name The NohJay Consortium, including self-sealing stem bolts, ending up with a strip of land on Bajor. (Season 1 episode Progress) Grand Nagus Zak thwarts Quark's plans to sell 100 gross of self-sealing stembolts. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Julian Bashir: It's either a self-sealing stem bolt, or a reverse ratcheting router. I'm just not sure. (Season 5 episode By Inferno's Light)
        • Miles O'Brien: Someone has to teach you officers the difference between a warp matrix flux capacitor and a self-sealing stem bolt. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • Mentioned during the Bajoran Exchange scene, originally from the Deep Space Nine episode Progress. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Hoobishan Baths
        • Jadzia and Kira's holosuije program, real location on planet Trill. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
        • According to Odo, Risa makes the Hoobishan baths looks like a monastery. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
  • High Schools
  • Historical Events
    • The Bell Riots
        • Pivotal event in the history of San Francisco occurring during first week of September 2024 that Sisko, Bashir and Jadzia live through when they are sent into the past due to a transporter accident.(Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 1)
        • En route to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Nog studies Earth history, including the Bell Riots, discovering that Gabriel Bell looks remarkably like Sisko. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • The Betreka Nebula Incident
        • Relations between the Klingons and Cardassian Empires have never been anything but amicable, with the exception of the Betreka Nebula Incident, a minor skirmish that lasted 18 years. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • The Burn
        • Dilithium-related disaster that impacted the entire galaxy, causing the detonation of every active warp core. The event that led to the near-collapse of the United Federation of Planets. According to Book, "the day the galaxy took a hard left." (Season 3 episode That Hope Is You, Part 1)
    • Ganmadan
        • What Romulan ancestors called the Day of Annihilation, when all the shackled demons break their chains and answer the call of the Destroyer. (Season 1 episodes Absolute Candor, Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • The Great Famine
        • Kai Winn and Dukat - masquerading as the Bajoran farmer Anjohk - discuss a Bajoran historical event known as The Great Famine. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
    • The Great Monetary Collapse
        • Event that Quark mentions, in which rampant inflation and currency devaluation burned like wildfires through the lush financial foliage of Ferenginar. It still depresses him even today. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
    • Lissepian Mother's Day Heist
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • The Massacre At The Kiessa Monastery
        • Kira's Cardassian friend Ghemor was a soldier present when the Kiessa Monestery on Bajor was destroyed and seventeen unarmed monks were killed during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. (Season 5 Ties of Blood and Water)
    • The Massacre On Ferris VI
        • Nog suggests that he and Jake take their dates to the holosuites for his program The Massacre on Ferris VI. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
    • The Reckoning
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • The Restoration
        • Kai Winn is visited by the Prophets in a vision - or so she thinks at the time, though it turns out to be the Pah-Wraiths that visit her, setting her on the path to bring on an event called the Restoration. (Season 7 episode Till Death Do Us Part)
  • Holidays
    • Captain Picard Day
        • Banner visible when Picard consults the archives at the Starfleet Museum. (Season 1 episode Remembrance)
    • Ha'Mara
        • Bajoran holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Emissary's arrival. Bajorans fast to show appreciation to the Prophets. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
    • I'm Married To The Most Wonderful Woman in The Galaxy Day
        • Miles creates a holiday to cheer up Keiko after she closes the school due to the Dominion threat. (Season 3 episode The House of Quark)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Tanesh Pottery
        • Quark tries to tempt Odo with the acquisition of physical wealth and treasures, mentioning a suit of the finest Andorian silk, a ring of pure Surax, a complete set of Tanesh pottery, and a latinum-plated bucket to sleep in. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
  • Hospitals
    • Central Hospital of Altair IV
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
    • Ilvian Medical Complex
        • Medical research facility in Bajor's Northeastern District where Dr. Surmak Ren currently serves as Chief Administrator. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Quiliam Station
        • Vulcan hospital in the Beta Quadrant considered when the crew of Discovery searches for Spock and Michael Burnham. (Season 2 episode If Memory Serves)
    • Stardust City Reproductive Health Services
        • Hospital where Raffi visits her son Gabriel. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
  • Housing-Other
    • Singha Refugee Camp
        • Bajoran refugee camp during the Cardassian occupation.
        • Where Kira's father told her that her mother died, but according to Gul Dukat, she actually left Kira's father to be with him. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
        • Kira tells Vedek Bareil that she and her brothers used to play Springball at the Singha refugee camp. (Season 2 episode Shadow Play)
        • Refugee camp where Kira's mother died when Kira was three years old. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
  • Institutes
    • Akira Advanced Genetics Research Unit
        • Medical organization. Dr. Surmak Ren, former member of the Higa Metar sect of the Bajoran Underground, was a member, noted for his work in viral function studies. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Borg Artifact Research Institute
        • Romulan organization overseeing the Romulan Reclamation Site, the research facility established inside a derelict Borg cube.
    • Daystrom Institute
        • Sisko mentions the Daystrom Institute to Vash, suggesting that they would be interested in learning more about her adventures in the Gamma Quadrant, and encouraging her to return to Earth. (Season 1 episode Q-Less) Famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik asks Sisko to send the obituary he wrote for himself to the Daystrom Institute for publication.
        • Picard travels to the Daystrom Institute in Okinawa, where he discovers that the synthetic being known as Dahj may be Data's daughter through an experimental procedure known as fractal neuronic cloning – meaning she is an android with an organic body but a positronic brain. (Season 1 episode Remembrance)
    • The Farm
        • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • The Freecloud Institute Of Entertainment Robotics
        • Service advertised in Stardust City on Freecloud. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Jupiter Research Station
        • Dr. Luis Zimmerman is the Director of Holographic Imaging and Programming on Jupiter Research Station. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
    • Ni'Var Science Institute
        • Following the reunification of the Vulcan and Romulan people, the Vulcan Science Academy is now known as N''Var Science Institute. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • Trill Science Ministry
        • Science institute on Trill.
        • The station hosts members of the Trill Science Ministry, including Lenara Kahn, the widow of one of Dax's former hosts. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
        • Professor Khan has come up with a way to seal the wormhole without damaging it or harming the prophets, but it will cut Bajor off from the Celestial Temple and the Prophets. (Season 5 episode In Purgatory's Shadow)
    • Vulcan Expeditionary Group
        • Vulcan service branch whose members are trained at the Vulcan Learning Center and the Vulcan Science Academy.
    • Vulcan Medical Institute
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
  • Languages
    • Pahlplah
        • Language that Riker and Troi's son Thad invented, the language of butterflies. It doesn't have words, only wingbeats. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Article 14, Section 31
        • "And, Captain Pike, Section 31 may not be the shining beacon of righteous conduct you want it to be, but they are a critical intelligence division, and we have more pressing priorities than debating Article 14 of Starfleet's charter." (Season 2 episode Saints of Imperfection)
    • Code One Alpha Zero
        • Starfleet Emergency procedure requiring all personnel to alert stations aboard a starship. Commander Riker orders a Code One Alpha Zero when he learns that the USS Jenolan crashed on the outer surface of the Dyson sphere. (Season 6 episode Relics)
        • Starfleet Emergency procedure requiring all personnel to alert stations aboard a starship. Captain Kirk orders a Code One Alpha Zero when Krall attacks the Enterprise.
    • Endangered Species Act
        • Federation Law: If a Starfleet vessel were to come across an endangered species, protocol required the transport of the creature to a xenologic facility or sanctuary. (Season 1 episode 7 Music to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad)
    • Ferengi Bill of Opportunities
        • Grand Nagus Zek adds an amendment to the Ferengi Bill of Opportunities giving Ferengi females the right to wear clothes. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Ferengi Bylaw Section 105, Sub Paragraph Ten
        • Upon reaching adulthood, Ferengi males must purchase an apprenticeship from a suitable role model. (Season 3 episode Heart of Stone)
    • Ferengi Trade Bylaws
        • Ferengi Commerce Authority liquidator Brunt serves Quark with a Writ of Accountability for violating Ferengi Trade Bylaw Subsection 1,027, Paragraph 3: "Improper supervision of a family member" for his mother Ishka. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
    • General Order 1
        • Precursor to The Prime Directive, which Captain Pike cites as reason not to reveal the truth to the residents of New Eden. (Season 2 episode New Eden)
    • The Great Balance
        • The central, organizing truth of the Kelpien people - a way of life oriented toward death and the role that that the Ba'ul play in it. (Season 2 episode An Obol for Charon)
    • The Ilvian Proclamation
        • Law that Kira mentions: Every Bajoran who was a member of the Cardassian occupational government was sentenced to exile. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
    • Inter-Dimensional Displacement Restriction
        • Mentioned by Kovich: The Federation couldn't send time soldier Yor back to his original time - and dimension - without breaking the Inter-Dimensional Displacement Restriction provision of the Temporal Accords. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Khitomer Accords
        • Peace treaty between the Klingons and the Federation.
        • Sisko suggests bringing the Khitomer Accords back to Gowron, for the Federation and the Klingon Empire to stand united against the Dominion. (Season 5 episode By Inferno's Light)
        • When Jadzia claims she negotiated the Khitomer Accords before Worf was even born, Sisko reminds her that was Curzon, not her. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • The Klingons withdraw from the Khitomer Accords. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • The Khitomer Accords
        • When General K'orin steals their shuttlecraft, stranding Boimler and Mariner on Tulgana IV, Boimler they may be violating the Khitomer Accords. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • The Manchurian Test
        • Test that Dr. Culber mentions, that Tyler apparently passed when after escaping from Klingon captivity with Captain Lorca (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Prime Directive
        • According to Admiral Vance, Emerald Chain has turned Prime Directive violations into an art form, such as making reckless contact with pre-warp civilizations that have something they want. (Season 3 episode The Sanctuary)
    • The Prime Directive
        • Captain Picard: "Our people have a strict policy of non-interference in other cultures. It's our Prime Directive."
    • Regulation 157, Section Three
        • Starfleet regulation that requires officers to abstain from participating in historical events. (Season 2 episode Such Sweet Sorrow)
    • Regulation 157, Section Three, Paragraph 18
        • Regulation quoted to Sisko by the agents of the Department of Temporal Investigations: "Starfleet officers shall take all necessary precautions to minimize any participation in historical events." (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Regulation 19, Section C
        • Starfleet regulation Captain Pike cites when taking command of the Enterprise. (Season 2 episode Brother)
    • Regulations C1922 and F031
        • When Discovery returns to Earth in the future, Captain Ndoye of the United Earth Defense Force informs them that they have violated Regulations C1922 and F031 of the U.E. charter by reaching Earth's perimeter. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • The Right of Proclamation
        • Ferengi custom that Quark invokes during his Bat'leth battle with Thopok, to stall when his connection with Worf is broken. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Rule Number 4.06, Subsection A Paragraph 4
        • Odo: You're out of here! No player shall at any time make contact with the umpire in any manner. The prescribed penalty for the violation is immediate ejection from the game. Rule number 4.06, subsection A paragraph 4 - look it up, but do it in the stands. You're gone. (Season 7 episode Take Me Out to the Holo-Suite)
    • Starfleet Code, Section 12, Paragraph 4
        • Starfleet regulation requiring captains to stay onboard during away missions, which Data begins to recite at Riker and Troi's wedding before Picard shuts him up.
    • Starfleet General Order One
        • Starfleet regulation: You can't reveal yourself to non-warp capable civilizations (Season 1 episode 1)
    • Starfleet Regulation 13982
        • Regulation that Captain Lorca mentions that allows him to conscript virtually anyone in time of war, namely Michael Burnham (Season 1 episode 5 Choose Your Pain)
    • Starfleet Special Order 66715
        • According to Section 31's Sloan, Starfleet Special Order 66715 gives him the authority to neutralize security threats to Deep Space Nine by whatever means necessary. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Station Regulation 2562, Paragraph 4
        • Regulation that Odo cites when ordering Quark to remove his bar stools. "All furniture intended for use on the promenade must not pose a danger to public safety." (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Supreme Directive 2645
        • After Kira and Miles return from their mission to rescue Bajoran resistance hero Li Nalas and other prisoners of the Hutet labor camp, Gul Dukat apologizes, claiming he was not aware that there were still prisoners on Cardassia IV, advising that it is a violation of Supreme Directive 2645. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
    • The Temporal Accords
        • Admiral Charles Vance explains that the Federation has spent most of the 30th century fighting a war to uphold the Temporal Accords, an interstellar treaty outlawing time travel to prevent anyone from the past from changing the future and vice versa. (Season 3 episode Die Trying) Mentioned by Kovich: The Federation couldn't send time soldier Yor back to his original time - and dimension - without breaking the Inter-Dimensional Displacement Restriction provision of the Temporal Accords. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Terran General Order Four
        • Terran Empire law: "Any exotic species deemed a threat to the imperial supremacy will be extinguished without prejudice." (Season 1 episode 11 The Wolf Inside)
    • Treaty Of Algeron
        • Treaty between Federation and Romulans that Riker mentions to Commodore Oh. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • The Tulganan Neutrality Pact
        • When a fight breaks out at an Andorian bar on Tulgana, Boimler tries to stop it, shouting, "Stand down. This is a in violation of the Tulganan Neutrality Pact!" (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Lodging-Hotels
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Barros Inn
        • Jadzia and Lenara Kahn reminisnce about Curzon was kicked out of the Barros Inn, one of the wildest bars in the whole Rigel System, after sort of setting fire to it as part of a bet. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
    • The Paradise Inn
        • Hotel in Paradise City. Advertisement: "Your dream can become a reality. We at the Paradise Inn attempt to create the closest thing to paradise in Paradise… City, that is."
  • Lodging-Other
  • Magazines-Other
    • Galaxy Science Fiction
        • Rival to Incredible Tales, the science fiction magazine where Benny works in Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • Incredible Tales
        • Science fiction magazine from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny works. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Magazines-Tech
    • The Journal Of Theoretical Cybernetics
        • Journal that Dr. Jurati mentions to Rios, talking about how boring space is, that she finished all of the back issues. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Big Creek Manufacturing And Sales Co.
        • The stranded Vulcans sell a large patch of Velcro to Big Creek Manufacturing and Sales Co. in downtown Pittsburgh in order to be able to anonymously help out Jack with his college tuition. (Season 2 episode Carbon Creek)
  • Meat
    • Bajoran Beefsteak
        • T'Ana mentions wanting to make a love connection with Shaxs, she'd love to snag that Bajoran beefsteak with her coital hooks. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Medical Devices
    • Tallonian Microscanner Type IV
        • Device that Quark purchases, according to Worf when he interferes in Odo's investigation. Primarily used to determine ht purity of Tallonian crystals, illegal anywhere but on the Tallonian homeworld. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
  • Medicine
    • Biomimetic Gel
        • Restricted substance. Even attempting to buy it is a felony under Federation law. (Season 3 episode Distant Voices)
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Cordrazine
        • Chemical stimulant Bashir employs when attempting to help the people with the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Drug Julian administers to the dying Sloan in order to keep him alive a little longer - though it happens while he and Miles are still - unknown to them - inside Sloan's mind. (Season 7 episode Extreme Measures)
    • Dermatiraelian Plastiscine
        • Five years ago, after arriving on Kora II, Marritza started taking massive doses of dermatiraelian plastiscine, a dermal regenerative agent used to maintain skin resilience after his cosmetic alteration to impersonate Gul Darhe'el. (Season 1 episode Duet)
    • Hexadrin
        • Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor, suffering from Yarim Fel Syndrome, does not respond to Hexadrin therapy. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Ketracel White
        • Synthetic drug created by the Founders to control the Jem'Hadar. Bashir attempts to find a way to break the addiction. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Odo suspects there's a new ketracel-white storage facility somewhere in Sector 507. Weyoun confirms that it exists, and that it's in the Pelosa System. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • Neurotropan
        • Drug Julian administers to the dying Sloan in order to keep him alive a little longer - though it happens while he and Miles are still - unknown to them - inside Sloan's mind.
    • Noranium Hydride
        • Substance that Dr. Jurati synthesizes and administers to herself to neutralize the viridium tracker in her body that Commander Oh gave her. The substance puts her in a coma. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Powdered Newt Supplements
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Promazine
        • Pills that Gul Dukat attempts to convince the Pah-Wraith cult to take to kill themselves. Developed by the Obsidian Order for use by their operatives in case of capture. Not only is death swift, but it reduces the body to dust within hours, making it unidentifiable to the enemy. (Season 7 episode Covenant)
    • Triptacederine
        • Analgesic medication. Also spelled "triptacederin".
        • Bashir catches Garak taking 30cc's of Triptacederine, enough to anesthetize an Algorian mammoth. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Julian Bashir administers Triptacederine to alleviate Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor pain as a result of his Yarim Fel Syndrome. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Vasokin
        • Experimental drug that Bashir gives Vedek Bareil to keep him alive long enough to participate in the peace settlement negotiations with Cardassian Central Command. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
  • Menu Items
    • Altair Sandwich
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Bregit Lung
        • Worf's son Alexander chooses bregit lung for dinner. The other Klingons mock him, offering him way too much grapok sauce, because it "brings out the flavor". (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Broiled Krada Legs
        • Kira invites Odo out to lunch at the Klingon restaurant because she's craving broiled krada legs. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Gagh
        • Klingon dish.
        • Bashir receives Worf's breakfast - an order of gagh instead of hot butter scones, moba jam and red leaf tea. Julian Bashir: It's a little early for gagh. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Klingon dish that Jake and Leanne reminisce about eating at the Klingon restaurant on the promenade. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
        • Miles brings a bottle of 2301 bloodwine to Worf as a gift, to drink and talk about old friends, the Enterprise, and Barclay and his holo-suite programs. When Quark and Julian asks what else they talked about, Miles tells them the proper way to eat gagh, and that Jadzia is not in Sto-vo-kor. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • Quark complains about the gagh in the dining room of the Klingon ship. (Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
        • Before Jadzia died, she was planning a party, and ordered 51 cases of gagh, each one a different variety. Odo informs Ezri that they have arrived, and Ezri mentions that she can remember what each one tastes like, and the way they feel when you swallow them. Torgud gagh wiggles. Filden gagh squirms. Meshta gagh jumps. Bithool gagh has feet. Wistan gagh is packed in targ blood. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • I'danian Spice Pudding
        • Bashir eats pudding when meeting with Garak. (Season 2 episode The Wire) Dessert that Jake eats. (Season 3 episode The Search Part 1) Quark serves I'danian Spice Pudding at Sisko's party. (Season 3 episode Fascination)
        • Ezri can't decide what to replicate, first picking I'danian spice pudding, canceling that and ordering a rare kilm steak instead, but then canceling that too when she remembers that Tobin was a vegetarian. Then Julian arrives and orders them two finalian toddies, hot. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
    • Kilm Steak
        • Ezri can't decide what to replicate, first picking I'danian spice pudding, canceling that and ordering a rare kilm steak instead, but then canceling that too when she remembers that Tobin was a vegetarian. Then Julian arrives and orders them two finalian toddies, hot. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
    • Kurr Sauce
        • Terran empire condiment that Philippa Georgiou mentions: Did you just spill Kurr sauce on my boots? (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Lorvan Crackers
        • Bashir's prescription for Kira when she's overworked include Karvino juice, Lorvan crackers, a holosuite program, a jumja stick, and gambling tokens. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Matopin Rock Fungi Tossed On a Bed of Tartoc and Seasoned with Clavisoa Berries
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Nozala Sandwich
        • The Orion Syndicate goons on Farius that Miles infiltrates order some nozala sandwiches with extra vilm sauce. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Palamarian Sea Urchin Lightly Sautéed with Garlic and Moon Grass
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Plomeek Soup
        • Quark plans a wonderful meal for him and his new gunrunning Vulcan friend Sakonna, starting with plomeek soup - a traditional Vulcan favorite - followed by jumbo Romulan mollusks. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1) Bashir orders soup at the Replimat. (Season 3 episode The House of Quark) Bashir orders plomeek soup for his lunch with Miles. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Puree of Beetle
        • Dish that Quark has ready for Rom, as he has it after work every morning. But not this time - this time he orders a traditional Earth breakfast, emulating Chief O'Brien. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Raw Slug Liver
        • Quark: You know, Morn, there's nothing more invigorating than breakfast in a bar. Where else can you get raw slug liver first thing in the morning? (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
    • Romulan Mollusks
        • Quark plans a wonderful meal for him and his new gunrunning Vulcan friend Sakonna, starting with plomeek soup - a traditional Vulcan favorite - followed by jumbo Romulan mollusks. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Stewed Bok-rat Liver
        • Dish served aboard the IKS Rotarran. Jadzia Dax exclaimed it wasn't very fresh, but it would be better with the bloodwine she had brought from Deep Space 9. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Vilm Steak
        • Julian orders a Vilm steak at Quarks, but then changes his mind after Odo's new metamorph/changeling friend Laas makes a comment about eating animals. (Season 7 episode Chimera)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
        • Jadzia mentions. (Season 2 episode Playing God)
        • For his first visit to Quark's after joining the station's engineering team, Rom tells Quark that he has mixed his last Black Hole, and orders a snail juice. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Someone at Quark's orders a Black Hole. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
        • Quark offers Kira frosty Bajoran ale, a Black Hole or warm Enyak's milk, which will help her sleep. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Eelwasser
        • Acting Grand Nagus Brunt orders an eelwasser, then changes his order to Slug-O-Cola, then cancels his order altogether. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Finalian Toddies
        • Ezri can't decide what to replicate, first picking I'danian spice pudding, canceling that and ordering a rare kilm steak instead, but then canceling that too when she remembers that Tobin was a vegetarian. Then Julian arrives and orders them two finalian toddies, hot. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
    • Finial
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Fizz
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Flare
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Flip
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Foam
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Froth
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Karvino Juice
        • Bashir's prescription for Kira when she's overworked include Karvino juice, Lorvan crackers, a holosuite program, a jumja stick, and gambling tokens. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Makara Fizz
        • Jake's date Kesha orders a Makara Fizz at Vic's, but Nog informs her that they don't serve those here. (Season 7 episode It's Only a Paper Moon)
    • Silken Sunrise
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, he mixes up a Silven Surprise and a Silken Sunrise. Odo corrects him. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Silven Surprise
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, he mixes up a Silven Surprise and a Silken Sunrise. Odo corrects him. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Snail Juice
        • Beverage served at Quark's, from multiple episodes.
        • For his first visit to Quark's after joining the station's engineering team, Rom tells Quark that he has mixed his last Black Hole, and orders a snail juice. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Quark pours Rom a snail juice when he returns from a two week trip to Ferenginar, where he made a pilgrimage to the Great Marketplace. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • On the runabout on the way to Risa, Leeta serves Bashir a Tarkalean Tea, Jadzia a Raktajino and Worf a large prune juice. Quark ordered a hand squeezed snail juice. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
        • Quark orders a double snail juice, extra smooth. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
        • Julian's in the mood for one of Quark's famous Til'amin froths. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
        • At Quark's, Ezri Dax orders a Til'amin Froth, Julian orders a Romulan Ale, and Odo orders a glass of spring wine for Kira. (Season 7 episode Covenant)
    • Trixian Bubble Juice
        • Quark delivers a round of drinks to Sisko's arbitration between two Bajoran factions involved in a land dispute, including two Bajoran synthales, a glass of Gamzian wine and a Trixian Bubble Juice for the little lady, which she proceeds to throw in his face. (Season 1 episode The Storyteller) Quark finds bottles of Aldebaran whiskey and Trixian bubble juice from his private stock in Rom's quarters. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Ak'voh
        • In the old Klingon tradition of Ak'voh, when a warrior dies in battle, his comrades stay with the body to keep away predators. That allows the spirit to leave the body when it is time to make the long journey to Sto'Vo'Kor. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
        • 3/29/2021 Poppycock Sisko orders Attack Pattern Omega attacking Jem'Hadar. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
    • Attack Pattern Sierra Four
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Basic Maneuver 88
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Boimler testifies about being put on the spot on the bridge when he is asked for advice, and he suggested Basic Maneuver 88, which gets show down by the entire crew. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Beta Nine
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Bre'Nan Ritual
        • Sirella: It is time for the Bre'Nan ritual.
          Jadzia Dax: I'm busy.
          Sirella: Busy acting like a Risian slut.
          (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Delta Seven
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Evasive Maneuver Pattern Delta
        • Sisko orders evasive maneuver pattern Delta while aboard the Mirror Universe version of the Defiant. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
    • The Ferengi Attainment Ceremony
        • Ferengi ritual ceremony performed by young males as the last step toward adulthood. Rom attempts to purchase an apprenticeship from Sisko. (Season 3 episode Heart of Stone)
    • Hech-doop
        • Worf instructs the Miles' son Yoshi in Hech-doop, a Klingon exercise designed to teach children hand-eye coordination. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Jamaharon
        • Some sort of sensual rite. While visiting Tulgana IV, Boimler is nearly seduced into jamaharon by a female Anabaj, before Mariner chases her away before she implants eggs in his throat. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Mauk-to'Vor
        • Klingon ritual. After Word brings dishonor upon the House of Mogh after rejecting the Klingon Empire's war with the Cardassian Empire, his bother Kurn asks Worf to give him back his honor the only way he can, by having Worf kill him. (Season 4 episode Sons of Mogh)
    • N'yengoren Strategy
        • Strategy that Jadzia Dax: If we assume he has adequate defenses, a minimum of fifty guards, then we should use a N'yengoren strategy. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Omega One
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Orion Tango
        • Fun plan that Booker suggests using against dilithium raider Wen. Michael comments that last time she was picking feathers or scales out of her hair for days. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • The Path To Kal'Hyah
        • Klingon bachelor party ritual known as the path of clarity, a four-day mental and spiritual journey that the groom and his closest male friends took part in before the wedding. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Pi Alpha Two
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Picard Maneuver
        • Battle tactic invented by Starfleet Captain Jean-Luc Picard when in command of the U.S.S. Stargazer when it was attacked by a Ferengi vessel. (Season 1 episode The Battle)
        • Joke Dr. Jurati makes, before realizing there actually is a real Picard Maneuver, originally from Star Trek: The Next Generation episode The Battle. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • The Picard Maneuver
        • Jean-Luc Picard received the Grankite Order of Tactics Class of Excellence Award in recognition of his development of the Picard Maneuver during the Battle of Maxia, while commanding the U.S.S. Stargazer. (From the Picard family album)
    • Planet Sterilization Pattern Number Five
        • Commodore Oh's plan to destroy the synth planet Coppelius. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • Radok Sien
        • Plan that Michael Burnham suggests using against dilithium raider Wen. Book comments that last time he got his nose broken and his face swelled up so much that his catGrudge refused to look at him for days. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • Rite of Separation
        • Bashir and Leeta travel to Risa to conduct the Rite of Separation. It's an old Bajoran custom. When a couple separates, they spend several days celebrating their parting. It's a way to remember all the good times and to seek out new opportunities. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Tova'dok
        • Worf mentions experiencing tova'dok with Martok while imprisoned with Martok by the Jem'Hadar - a moment of clarity between two warriors on a field of battle, during a moment in which Worf considered giving up, Martok gave him his warrior's heart. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • T'Kal-in-ket
        • Philosophical process that Michael Burnham respectfully invokes in order to get access to the Ni'Var experiment SB-19, designed to unearth deep truths. It's credited as being one of the engines that led to early Vulcan scientific advancement. Once invoked, the request cannot be denied. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • Vahar'ai
        • Kelpien biological process. The event that signals when Kelpiens are ready to be culled for slaughter by the Ba'ul, the predator species on Kaminar. (Season 2 episode An Obol for Charon)
    • Vulcan Mind-Meld
        • Commander Oh uses the Vulcan Mind Meld to show Dr. Jurati what will happen if synthetic life is allowed to exist. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe) Sutra performs Vulcan Mind-Meld on Dr. Jurati in order to learn the truth about the Admonition. (Season 1 episode Arcadia Ego Part 1)
    • Vulcan Nerve Pinch
        • When asked how he escaped from the psychiatric facility, if not with violence, Spock replies with, "I performed what is colloquially referred to as a Vulcan nerve pinch."
    • The Way Of Absolute Candor
        • Primary teaching of Romulan warrior nuns known as the Qowat Milat - total communication of emotion without any filter between thought and word. A belief that runs entirely counter to everything that the Romulans hold dear. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Writ of Accountability
        • Ferengi Commerce Authority liquidator Brunt serves Quark with a Writ of Accountability for violating Ferengi Trade Bylaw Subsection 1,027, Paragraph 3: "Improper supervision of a family member" for his mother Ishka. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
    • Zhal Makh
        • A form of Romulan meditation that Narek uses on Soji to get her to remember the details of where she was created. (Season 1 episode The Impossible Box)
  • Middle Schools
  • Military Bases
    • Trelka V Starbase
        • Martok's ambitious plans with only 5 birds of prey include attacking the Trelka V Starbase, then push deeper into Cardassian territory and hitting the Manora shipyards, the Jem'Hadar breeding facility on Sheva II, and the supply depots in the Borias Cluster. Sisko reminds him that it would take half the 9th fleet just to destroy Trelaka V. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
  • Moons
    • Derna
        • Bajor's fourth moon, which Bajor allows the Romulans to use for a hospital, though they also store weapons there, prompting a showdown with the Bajoran militia. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Jeraddo
        • Bajor plans to tap the core of its fifth moon Jeraddo in order to provide energy, a process that will render the moon uninhabitable. Kira is sent down to investigate the stubborn residents - katterpod bean farmers - that refuse to relocate. (Season 1 episode Progress)
  • Mountains
    • The Cliffs of Bole
        • Sisko reminisces with Verad Dax, how they first met at Pelios Station, the trip they took to the Cliffs of Bole, and about the eight helpings of Andorian Redbat that Science officer Kustanovich at e while they were serving aboard the Livingston. (Season 2 episode Invasive Procedures)
    • Hamar Mountains
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
  • Movies
    • Dixon Hill and the Black Orchid
        • Movies listed in the ship’s database, reference to Captain Picard’s favorite fictional detective on TNG.
  • Movies-Documentary
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta
        • Mariner hijacks Boimler's holodeck program, making it into a movie. "Mariner Holodeck Programs presents a Mariner production of Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta" (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
  • Museums
    • Bajoran Central Archives
        • Odo checks with the Bajoran Archives, learning that they do have a Marritza on record as being a filing clerk at the forced labor camp Gallitep. He also checks with the military academy on Kora II, learning that Marritza has been teaching filing there, just as he claims. (Season 1 episode Duet) Kira is contacted regarding a study on the Elemspur Detention Center for the Bajoran Central Archives because their records indicate that Kira was there, though she has no recollection of ever having been there. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Hall of Heroes
        • Klingon Museum, where Worf and For mention having statues of themselves erected when they bring home the Sword of Kahless. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • The Hall of Warriors
        • Ancient meeting hall near the present headquarters of the Klingon Defense Forces on Ty'Gokor. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
        • Arne Darvin's plan to kill James T. Kirk ends with a statue of himself with Kirk's head in his hands in the KlingonHall of Warriors. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Kelvin Memorial Archive
        • Officially a Starfleet archive containing publicly accessible data, but secretly a Section 31 facility.
    • The Royal Museum
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
  • Musical Instruments
    • Ka'athyra
        • Dr. Soong mentions that Sutra has always had a passion for Vulcan culture, and plays the ka'athyra beautifully. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
  • Musicians
    • Barak-Kadan
        • Klingon opera singer that Worf mentions - it's the power of his voice, the strength of his intonation that make him a great singer. Jadzia thinks he's boring. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Frenchotte
        • Jadzia plays music by self-exiled Romulan composer Frenchotte while she and Trill initiate Arjin travel in the Mekong. (Season 2 episode Playing God)
    • Tor Jolan
        • Bajoran musician that Bashir plays while on the shuttle with Kira, shortly before the crossover into the Mirror Universe. (Season 2 episode Crossover)
  • Natural Areas
    • Fire Caves
        • Keiko returns from her trip to Bajor, visiting the Fire Caves, except that she has been taken over by an alien entity. (Season 5 episode The Assignment)
        • Kai Winn learns the true path she is now on - to release the Pah-Wraiths from the fire caves on Bajor. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • Kendra Valley
        • Natural area on Bajor.
        • Location of a devastating event during the Cardassian occupation - wether or not Vedek Bareil played a role by supplying Cardassians with the location of a resistance cell serves as a plot point in the episode. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Korma Pass
        • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Dismayed at his treatment, Worf declares that Kor was "The man who held the Korma Pass against T'nag". (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Sahving Valley
        • Recently rescued Bajoran prisoner Li Nalas the true story of his time with a minor resistance cell, during which he practically accidentally shot and killed unarmed Cardassian Gul Zarale in his underwear, the event that made him a resistance hero. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
    • Serpent's Ridge
        • Location on Bajor that Kira and her friends discuss when planning their escape: We could take Serpent's Ridge to Retosha Pass and head for Lonar Province. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Vulcan's Forge
        • When Spock and Michael were growing up on Vulcan, Michael ran away, deep into the forests of Vulcan's Forge and it's many dangers. (Season 2 episode If Memory Serves)
    • Yadozi Desert
        • Joke that Odo makes to Quark - that he has a better chance of getting a glass of water in the Yadozi Desert than dating Dax. (Season 1 episode A Man Alone)
  • Neighborhoods
    • Andoria Town
        • Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Little Qo'noS
        • Klingon district on the planet Tulgana IV. General K'orin tells Boimler to land in Little Qo'noS because he wants gagh. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Little Risa
        • Captain Riker mentions that Tulgana IV has a Little Risa, to which Commander Troi responds, Oh, so then should we take the little horga'hn? Riker: No, let's take the one we always use. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Sanctuary District
        • When Sisko and Bashir arrive in 2024 without identification, they are taken to the Sanctuary District - specifically Sanctuary District A. (Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 1)
  • Newspapers
    • Federation News Service
        • Jake tells Nog that he told the Federation News Service that he could get an exclusive interview with Grand Nagus Zek. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • The Star Dispatch
        • Newspaper in possession of The Guardian of Forever. Headline: Emperor Georgiou dies horribly painful death (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
  • Office Products
    • Renewal Scroll Inscription Pen
        • Quark sells genuine platinum-plated Renewal Scroll inscription pens at the Bajoran Gratitude Festival, blessed by Vedek Redab himself, shortly before he passed away. Each pen is engraved with the words, "Deep Space Nine's Third Annual Gratitude Festival", today's date, and a lovely portrait of the station by Ermat Zimm. (Season 3 episode Fascination)
  • Orphanages
    • Tozhat Resettlement Center
        • Bashir and Garak visit the Tozhat Resettlement Center in the Tozhat Province on Bajor looking for more information about Cardassian war orphans. (Season 2 episode Cardassians)
  • Outer Space
    • The Amargosa Star
        • Soran developers his trilithium weapon while aboard the Amargosa Observatory space station, orbiting the Amargosa star.
    • Archanis Sector
        • Gowron: We find the Federation's demands that we return the captured Cardassian colonies insulting and provocative. Klingon blood was spilled to conquer those worlds. They are now part of the Klingon Empire and we will never give them up. Furthermore, if the Federation still harbors any hope of peaceful coexistence with the Klingon Empire it must abandon all starbases and military installations in the Archanis Sector. Our claim to Archanis IV and the surrounding territory is ancient and indisputable. We advise the Federation to leave Archanis or prepare to face the consequences. Long live the Empire. (Season 4 episode Broken Link)
    • Argolis Cluster
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • Starfleet Intelligence locates a massive Dominion sensor array hidden on the peripheral of the Argolis Cluster, capable of monitoring ship movements over five sectors. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
    • Asteroid Belts Of Porathia
        • Porathia is the name of the star system where the USS Discovery arrived in the mirror universe (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Badlands
        • Chakotay takes his Maquis ship into the Badlands in order to escape the Cardassian 4th Order. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • The Badlands
        • Region of space known for intense plasma storms and gravitational anomalies located in Sector 04-70 of the Alpha Quadrant, from various episodes.
        • Thomas Riker posing as Will Riker steals the Defiant to support the Maquis in the Badlands. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Kira and Odo detect a Maquis Peregrine class courier ship attacking a Lissepian supply ship, which they follow toward the Badlands. (Season 3 episode Heart of Stone)
        • Starfleet Intelligence suspects Maquis have established several new bases in the Badlands. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Sisko travels to the planet Marva IV in the Badlands looking for Federation traitor and Maquis leader Michael Eddington. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
        • Miles O'Brien: The Defiant's warp engines are too powerful. They ionize the nebular gasses in the Badlands.
          Jadzia Dax: It's like a Ligorian mastodon moving through the forest. You may not be able to see it, but it definitely makes the leaves rustle.
          (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
        • Jadzia and the Defiant are order to the Badlands to escort a Federation convoy of 30,000 troops on their way to search for survivors of the destroyed Honshu. (Season 6 episode Waltz)
    • The Bassen Rift
        • Region of space between Romulus and the Romulan Neutral Zone containing interstellar gas that produces electromagnetic distortion, interfering with long-range communications. Location of battle between the Enterprise and Romulan Commander Donatra's Warbird Valdore against Shinzon's Warbird Scimitar.
    • Benzite System
        • Benjamin Sisko: On a happier note, I do have a bit of good news. The Romulans have forced the Dominion to retreat from the Benzite System.
          Odo: That is good news. The question is, will the Romulans be willing to leave Benzar after the war is over? Once they capture territory, they very rarely give it up.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • The crew of the location of one of the mysterious signals to the Beta Quadrant. (Season 2 episode New Eden) Burnham sets coordinates for the Beta Quadrant, Terralysium, 930 years from this launch point. (Season 2 episode Such Sweet Sorrow)
    • The Betreka Nebula
        • Relations between the Klingons and Cardassian Empires have never been anything but amicable, with the exception of the Betreka Nebula Incident, a minor skirmish that lasted 18 years. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Borias Cluster
        • Martok's ambitious plans with only 5 birds of prey include attacking the Trelka V Starbase, then push deeper into Cardassian territory and hitting the Manora shipyards, the Jem'Hadar breeding facility on Sheva II, and the supply depots in the Borias Cluster. Sisko reminds him that it would take half the 9th fleet just to destroy Trelaka V. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • The Briar Patch
        • Region of space known for containing dangerous space matter, including the remains of supernovae, false vacuum fluctuations and metaphasic radiation.
    • Calandra Sector
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Chamra Vortex
        • Croden tells Odo that he crashed on a colony of changelings in the nebula called the Chamra Vortex in his sector. (Season 1 episode Vortex)
    • Corado I Transmitter Array
        • While testing the computer to figure out what's wrong with it, Dax instructs it to create a subspace link with Nehru Colony, New France Colony and Corado I Transmitter Array. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • Delta Quadrant
        • Designated section of the Milky Way galaxy, notorious for being the home of the Borg, mentioned by Q in passing. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • Federation Intrepid class starship U.S.S. Voyager, commanded by Kathryn Janeway, is pulled into the Delta Quadrant by an alien entity called the Caretaker in 2371. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • The Delta Quadrant
        • Seven of Nine is known as the ex-Borg Fenris Ranger from the Delta Quadrant. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Denorios Belt
        • When the wormhole is discovered, Miles announces that the Cardassians are leaving their position, on a course for the Denorios Belt. Odo was found in the Denorios Belt. (Season 1 episode Emissary) Space location Miles mentions that early Bajorans would have encountered when exploring their solar system 800 years ago. (Season 3 episode Explorers)
        • Worf watches Miles' son Yoshi so that Jadzia can run a spectral scan of the comet that's passing through the Denorios Belt. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Dorala System
        • General Martok dispatches three Klingon attack cruisers to bolster the defense perimeter around the Dorala System. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • The Eye of The Universe
        • The Skrreeans believed that the wormhole, which they call the Eye of the Universe, would llead them to Kentanna, the legendary home of the Skrreeans, a planet of sorrow, there the Skrreeans will sow seeds of joy. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
        • Last known contact with the U.S.S. Franklin, named for Yuri Gagarin, a Soviet pilot and cosmonaut who was the first human to journey into outer space.
        • According to the Sphere data, the cure for Philippa Georgiou's condition may be on the uninhabited planet Dannus V, located just shy of the Gamma Quadrant, near the galactic rim. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Glintara Sector
        • Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Hellespont Nebula
        • Closet Starfleet starship to the Defiant in sector is the Ulysses, studying protoplanetary masses in the Hellespont Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Horvarian Cluster
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Jenkata Nebula
        • Kira takes the runabout to the Jenkata Nebula so that it won't be detected by the Jem'Hadar so that Bashir and Jadzia can try to help the people plagued by the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Kalandra Sector
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • The Defiant waits for Martok in the Kalandra sector with several Federation starships. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Kepla Sector
        • The U.S.S. Valiant was caught behind enemy lines near the Kepla sector when war broke out. They were trying to make their way back to Federation held space when they encountered a Cardassian battle cruiser near El Gatark. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Lantar Nebula
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Lembatta Cluster
        • Jadzia reports that the Klingons have destroyed the Farragut near the Lembatta Cluster. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Neutral Zone
        • After the Cerritos ventures across the Neutral Zone into the Romulan Star Empire to retrieve some sort of package, Imperium Magistrate Clar of K'Tuevon Prime demands information from Boimler and his friends. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
        • The Enterprise tracks the source of a positronic signal to the planet Kolarus III in the Kolarin star system, located near the Romulan Neutral Zone.
    • Obatta Cluster
        • While in order over the Quickening planet, Kira spots Jem'Hadar ships leaving the Kendi System and heading for the Obatta Cluster. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Omarian Nebula
        • Members of the Romulan Tal Shiar and Cardassian Obsidian Order team up to go on the offensive and attack the Founders in the Gamma Quadrant, but the Jem'Hadar are waiting for them. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Qiris Sector
        • Sector in the Beta Quadrant, location of the planet Vashti, site of a Romulan relocation hub. Fenris Rangers territory. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Rolor Nebula
        • Suspecting that Kasidy may be smuggling for the Maquis, Sisko asks her what route she takes to the Dreon System; he imagines she goes around the Rolor Nebula. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Sector 001
        • Designation for the region of space where the planets Earth and Vulcan are located. During the Wolf 359 battle sequence, Borg Picard mentions going there. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • Sector 507
        • Odo suspects there's a new ketracel-white storage facility somewhere in Sector 507. Weyoun confirms that it exists, and that it's in the Pelosa System. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Teleris Cluster
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Terikof Belt
        • Tom Paris guesses that the Maquis ship was trying to get to one of the M-class planetoids in the Terikof Belt, beyond the Moriya System. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Tibor Nebula
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Tong Beak Nebula
        • While searching for the missing Klingon battle cruiser B'Moth, Martok orders the crew of the Rotarran to go around the Tong Beak Nebula in order to avoid a fight with the Jem'Hadar. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Tychen's Rift
        • Spatial phenomenon that can only be escaped from through the force of a tremendous explosion, originally from the Star Trek Next Generation episode Night Terrors. (Season 4 episode Night Terrors)
        • Spatial phenomenon that can only be escaped from through the force of a tremendous explosion, originally from the Star Trek Next Generation episode Night Terrors. According to Kestra, Captain Crandall has been everywhere from Kronos to Tychen's Rift. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • The Vayt Sector
        • Using the descriptions of what Soji sees in her dreams, Kestra asks Captain Crandall to locate Soji's planet - it's in the Vayt sector of the Ghulion system, and it has no name, just a number. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • The Verubin Nebula
        • Where the Burn started, which Stamets determines by combining the data from Ni'Var with the data from Commander Burnham's black boxes. (Season 3 episode The Sanctuary) The Federation decodes a 100 year old distress signal emanating from a Kelpien named Dr. Issa aboard the K.S.F. Khi'eth, stranded while investigating a dilithium nursery in the Verubin Nebula, suspected origin of The Burn. Dr. Issa claims to have been contacted six months earlier by Captain Robert Weems of the Federation ship U.S.S. Hiraga Gennai, informing them that they were on their way to rescue them, but never arrived. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
  • Parks
  • Personal Care Products
    • Cream of Hypicate
        • While Quark and Rom's mother Ishka, also known as Moogie, waits to be rescued, she educates the Vorta Yelgrun about the versatility of hypicate root and how it is used in certain medicines, diffractive optics, and even some beauty supplies such as cream of hypicate. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • Quark mentions. Hypicate cream for smooth skin and healthier profits. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Kolaish Spice Oil
        • Kira mentions that Shakaar took her to her favorite restaurant in Jalanda City, poured her glass after glass of spring wine, then took her to his home and gave her a massage with Kolaish spice oil. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
  • Pest Control Services
    • Tri-borough Pest Control
        • Uniform worn by a man at the newsstand in Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Planets
    • Adarak Prime
        • The Dominion weapons depot on Adarak Prime is protected by only a single garrison and there's a weakness in their perimeter defenses. (Season 7 episode When it Rains)
    • Adigeon Prime
        • Planet where Julian's parents took him just before Julian's seventh birthday, where he was genetically re-engineered. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
    • Aia
        • Planet known as The Grief World, located in an octonary star system, where the foremothers came, looking for an answer to the Riddle of the Eightfold stars. What they found was an artifact known as The Admonition, left there by an advanced civilization as a warning about the dangers of artificial lifeforms. As a result, the Zhat Vash were born, dedicated to preventing the second coming of what they called the Destroyers. (Season 1 episode Broken Pieces)
    • Ajilon Prime
        • Location of a Federation colony under attack by the Klingons. After receiving a distress call, Bashir and Jake detour to provide assistance. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Aldebran III
        • Quark tells Sisko that the Nagus' nephew Belongo is currently being held by Starfleet authorities on Aldebran III. (Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 1)
    • Altair III
        • Planet. Captain Robert DeSoto of the U.S.S. Hood was once ordered not to beam down to the surface of the planet Altair III with an away team because the excursion was considered too dangerous, and inappropriate for a commanding officer. (Season 1 episode Encounter at Farpoint)
    • Altair IV
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
    • Altair VI
        • Planet mentioned during the Kobayashi Maru simulation: "Imperative! This is the Kobayashi Maru, ...nineteen periods out of Altair Six. We have struck a gravitic mine and have lost all power... Our hull is penetrated and we have sustained many casualties."
    • Altamid
        • Class M planet where Kirk and crew travel through an unstable nebula to rescue a stranded ship. It's a trap.
    • Amleth Prime
        • When discussing where the Klingon Bird of Prey may go next, Dukat suggests a station on Amleth Prime. Kira doesn't think so, because the Amleth System is located inside an emission nebula. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Andor
        • Federation planet.
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • While en route to rescue Lisa, the captain of the Federation starship Olympia, Lisa tells Sisko about the civilian man she dated that she met on Andor. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Andoria
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Ezri's mother had tiles brought in from Andoria for the solarium. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • Andros III
        • Dr. Elias Giger tells Jake and Nog that Dr. Bathkin of Andros III was the first to come up with the answer to solving the puzzle of death: keep the cells energized. Keep them in the game by teaching them new mitochondrial tricks. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Antares Minor
        • While being held prisoner by Klingons, Harry Mudd quipped that he was instead at a resort "off Antares Minor" (Season 1 episode 5 Choose Your Pain)
    • Archanis IV
        • Gowron: We find the Federation's demands that we return the captured Cardassian colonies insulting and provocative. Klingon blood was spilled to conquer those worlds. They are now part of the Klingon Empire and we will never give them up. Furthermore, if the Federation still harbors any hope of peaceful coexistence with the Klingon Empire it must abandon all starbases and military installations in the Archanis Sector. Our claim to Archanis IV and the surrounding territory is ancient and indisputable. We advise the Federation to leave Archanis or prepare to face the consequences. Long live the Empire. (Season 4 episode Broken Link)
    • Ardani
        • Fictional planet that Thaddeus Troi-Riker invented to be his homeworld, since he grew up aboard starships. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Argeth
        • During his briefing, Admiral Charles Vance mentions that Argeth is on yellow alert - the Emerald Chain might be making another movie in the next 12 hours - and Discovery will be the ship to provide assistance. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Atbar Prime
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Athos IV
        • A grim little fogbound piece of rock in the middle of nowhere - the planet that Eddington convinces Sisko is the home of the missile launching site, but it turns out there are no missiles, only what's left of the Maquis - and Eddington's wife. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Avenel VII
        • According to Gowron, Martok's attack on Avenel VII was a disgrace. He had the advantage of surprise and it should have been an easy victory. Instead it was a shameful defeat. Sisko and Worf believe Gawron set Martok up for defeat. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Bajor
        • Following the end of the Cardassian occupation of the planet Bajor, the new Bajoran provisional government invites the United Federation of Planets to partner in administering the abandoned Cardassian space station in orbit around Bajor, formerly known as Terok Nor, as a first step toward Bajor eventually joining the Federation. Moving forward, the space station is known as Deep Space Nine and managed by a primarily Starfleet crew. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • Balancar
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Balosnee VI
        • After passing on his Nagus status to Quark, Zek mentions choosing between Risa and Balosnee VI for his first vacation in 85 years. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
    • Benthos IV
        • Book mentions that Osyraa used the same strategy - stealing a ship and pretending to be chased by herself - to get through the defensive forces of Benthos IV and destroy the presidential palace. (Season 3 episode There is a Tide...)
    • Benzar
        • Benjamin Sisko: On a happier note, I do have a bit of good news. The Romulans have forced the Dominion to retreat from the Benzite System.
          Odo: That is good news. The question is, will the Romulans be willing to leave Benzar after the war is over? Once they capture territory, they very rarely give it up.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • Planet mentioned by Captain Lorca: "In less than three weeks, the Discovery has prevented the destruction of the dilithium mines at Corvan 2, broken the Klingon supply line at Benzar and routed an attack through the Ophiucus system." (Season 1 episode 5 Choose Your Pain)
    • Berengaria
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Beta Antares
        • Planet Raffi mentions to Picard during the Mars attack flashback - Picard proposed using mothballed ships from Beta Antares and Eridani A to carry out the Romulan rescue, which Starfleet rejected. (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning)
    • Beta III
        • The Cerritos is in orbit around Beta III, where back in the day the residents worshipped a violent god called Landru, who suppressed their creativity and made them kill each other until Kirk figured out it was actually a computer... but at some point the knuckleheads went back to worshipping Landru. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Betazed
        • Betazoid home planet, from various episodes.
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • Lwaxana Troi is the daughter of the Fifth House, Holder of the Sacred Chalice of Rixx, heir to the Holy Rings of Betazed. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
        • At the end of the episode, Lwaxana leaves the station on a transport headed for her home planet of Betazed. (Season 4 episode The Muse)
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • While en route to rescue Lisa, the captain of the Federation starship Olympia, Sisko tells Lisa about the Dominion war, and the recent attacks on Betazed. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Blue Horizon
        • Planet terraformed by famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik, who visits the station working on a new project - reigniting the dead star Epsilon 119. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Bole
        • Sisko reminisces with Verad Dax, how they first met at Pelios Station, the trip they took to the Cliffs of Bole, and about the eight helpings of Andorian Redbat that Science officer Kustanovich at e while they were serving aboard the Livingston. (Season 2 episode Invasive Procedures)
    • Boranis III
        • Planet that Bashir mentions that was experiencing a plague, where it took them one hour to identify the pathogen, and three days to inoculate the population. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Romulan Tal Shia member Koval asks Julian about the possibility of unleashing the Quickening disease that Julian encounter on Boranis III on another population. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • The Klingons settle into orbit around the planet Boreth. (Season 2 episode Point of Light) Captain Pike visits Klingon monks guarding time crystals (Season 2 episode Through the Valley of Shadows).
    • Brax
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Breen
        • Gul Dukat describes Gul Marratt as very dashing rising star, a graduate of the Cardassian Military Academy, smooth talking junior member of the Detapa Council and a ladies man - that he would like to demote to the Cardassian embassy on Breen. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Caldik Prime
        • Voyager’s doctor tells Tom Paris that he was a surgeon stationed on Caldik Prime when Tom was there. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Caleb IV
        • Mocking Kor, Martok says he wants a bigger target, proposes the base on Caleb IV. Asks Kor who's there - the Dominion, the Cardassians, the Federation? (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Calyx
        • Planet that Dr. Benayoun mentions to Picard, apparently the location of one of their old secret missions on the Stargazer. (Season 1 episode Maps and Legends)
    • Cardassia
        • Following the end of the Cardassian occupation of the planet Bajor, the new Bajoran provisional government invites the United Federation of Planets to partner in administering the abandoned Cardassian space station in orbit around Bajor, formerly known as Terok Nor, as a first step toward Bajor eventually joining the Federation. Moving forward, the space station is known as Deep Space Nine and managed by a primarily Starfleet crew. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
        • Martok detects a Maquis signal indicating there are missiles heading toward Cardassia, potentially cloaked with Klingon cloaking devices. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
        • Gul Dukat compares Ziyal's art to Nanpart Malor, the founder of the Valonnan School on Cardassia. Ziyal informs him that the director of the Cardassian Institute of Art said the same thing. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
        • Sisko plans the invasion of Cardassia. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • The invasion of Cardassia has ground to a halt. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • When seeking refuge at Garak's childhood home on Cardassia after being double-crossed, Garak mentions to Damar and Kira that his father Enabran Tain was the leader of the Obsidian Order. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Planet. The opening text introduces the Cardassian and Federation relationship with the Maquis rebels. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Cardassia Prime
        • Cardassian home planet, from various episodes.
        • Odo tells Bashir that Quark has sent several messages to Cardassia Prime. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Miles is arrested and taken to Central Prison on Cardassia Prime. (Season 2 episode Tribunal)
        • On their way to rescue Kira from Cardassia Prime, disguised as the Kobheerian Freighter Rak-Minunis carrying a shipment of Kobheerian toranium intended for military use, Sisko and Garak encounter Gul Benil of the Eighth Order. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Sisko travels to Cardassia Prime with Gul Dukat to help track down and disable the Defiant after it is stolen by Thomas Riker. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Bashir mentions Miles' trial on Cardassia Prime to Keiko, an example of something Miles recovered from, to show that he'll recover from his Argrathi imprisonment as well. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
        • Sisko proposes that Garak help him steal secret war plans from the Obsidian Order on Cardassia Prime in order to bring the Cardassian Empire into the Dominion War. Garak proposes an alternate solution. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Sisko plans the invasion of Cardassia. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • Weyoun informs the Founder that Damar is rumored to be alive in the capital on Cardassia Prime. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • The Cerritos is en route to Cardassia Prime for peace negotiations when it is re-assigned to instead deliver diplomatic trinkets to Gelrak V. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Casperia Prime
        • Sunny vacation planet.
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Bashir's plans to present a paper at a medical conference on Casperia Prime are canceled by Luthor Sloan Section 31 investigation. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Kasidy's baseball-playing brother is a colonist on Cestus III. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
        • Sisko mentions James T. Kirk fighting the Gorn on Cestus III. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Cestus Three
        • Planet Captain Pike mentions to Leland. "Last time I heard about you, you were up to your ass in alligators on Cestus Three." (Season 2 episode Saints of Imperfection)
    • Coppelius
        • Soji's home world, the 4th planet in the Ghulion System. Picard also refers to it as Ghulian IV when he reaches out to Starfleet regarding a First Contact situation. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
    • Corvan 2
        • Planetoid, site of a mining colony near the Aneto system that produces dilithium for the Federation and sends out a distress call to Starfleet when attacked by Klingons (Season 1 episode 4)
    • Dalvos Prime
        • After Molly attacks a customer in Quark's, a Federation magistrate wants her taken to a special care center on Dalvos Prime for evaluation. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Dannus V
        • According to the Sphere data, the cure for Philippa Georgiou's condition may be on the uninhabited planet Dannus V, located just shy of the Gamma Quadrant, near the galactic rim. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Danula 11
        • The forty-first Starlet Academy Marathon takes place on the planet Danula 11 in April 2323. (From the Picard family album)
    • Davlos IV
        • While investigating apparent sabotage on the station, Odo finds a device manufactured on Davlos III, a planet on the Klingon border. (Season 3 episode Visionary)
    • Dayos IV
        • Klingon Kang mentions that he met one of the infamous criminal known as The Albino's discarded wives seven years ago on Dayos IV. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
        • When Miles infiltrates a low level Orion Syndicate gang, his cover story involves serving two years for stolen goods on Days IV. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Decos Prime
        • Miles needs a graviton stabilizer, so Nog loans the captain's desk to Al Lorenzo, the chief of operations on Decos Prime in order to get the induction modulator that the U.S.S. Musashi needs, in order to get the phase emitter that the U.S.S. Sentinel needs, in order to get the Sentinel's extra graviton stabilizer to give to Miles. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Diamanta
        • Planet where Icheb was out doing recon when his ship received a distress call that turned out to be an ambush. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Doctari Alpha
        • Site of a Human-Vulcan research facility that was destroyed by a Klingon terror raid, during which Michael Burnham's parents were killed. Mentioned in various episodes. Flashback to the Klingon attack. (Season 2 episode Perpetual Infinity)
    • Donatu VII
        • Planet that Michael Burnham mentions to Book when the dilithium raider Wen shows up and she's coming up with a plan. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • Draylon II
        • Sisko and Dax suggest the uninhabited M Class planet Draylon II, located near Sefalla Prime, as a perfect home for the Skrreea people. They would prefer to settle on Bajor, but the provisional government denies their request. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • Dreon VII
        • One of Kasidy Yates' regular runs is from Bajor to a colony on Dreon VII. Due to the length of her trips, she is suspected of crossing over into the Badlands and smuggling for the Maquis. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • El Gatark
        • The U.S.S. Valiant was caught behind enemy lines near the Kepla sector when war broke out. They were trying to make their way back to Federation held space when they encountered a Cardassian battle cruiser near El Gatark. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Endicronimas V
        • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Epsilon Hydra VII
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Epsilon Indi IV
        • Discovery is scheduled to arrive at the Indi Shipyard at Epsilon Indi IV within a few hours. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Erabus Prime
        • Q threatens Vash when she refuses to go with him, reminding her of the tiny little insect bite she got on Erabus Prime that would have crippled her had he not been there to save her. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Eridani A
        • Planet Raffi mentions to Picard during the Mars attack flashback - Picard proposed using mothballed ships from Beta Antares and Eridani A to carry out the Romulan rescue, which Starfleet rejected. (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning)
    • Erriakang VII
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Essof IV
        • One of the Project Daedelus testing sites. (Season 2 episode The Red Angel) Michael's mother tells Michael she never made it back to Terralysium, that she landed right back on Essof IV. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • Fahleena III
        • The Valerian vessel Sherval Das docks at the station after visiting Fahleena III and Mariah IV, the same two stops the Valerians used to make when they were running weapons grade dolamide to the Cardassians during the occupation of Bajor. (Season 1 episode Dramatis Personae)
    • Farius Prime
        • The Galador freighter that left the station in the middle of the night suspected of taking Gul Dukat with them is operating on a trade route between Galador II and Farius Prime. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
        • Miles infiltrates a low level Orion Syndicate gang on the planet Farius. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Ferenginar
        • Ferengi (Quark's) home planet. It rains a lot. The females don't wear clothes.
        • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Quark pours Rom a snail juice when he returns from a two week trip to Ferenginar, where he made a pilgrimage to the Great Marketplace. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Dr. Orpax, one of the most expensive doctors on Ferenginar, diagnoses Quark with the fatal disease Dorek Syndrome. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • A depressed Quark returns home to Ferenginar to visit his Moogie. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Odo: There's nothing heroic about earning profit.
          Quark: There is on Ferenginar.
          Odo: We're not on Ferenginar.
          (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • When Rom and Quark can't get in touch with anyone on Ferenginar, they fear a Dominion attack. But Kira finds the premise unlikely, as the Dominion would first take the surrounding systems Clarus and Irtok. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • Nog mentions his homeworld when explaining the Great Material Continuum to Miles. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
        • Grand Nagus Zek contacts Quark from Ferenginar, though he thinks he's talking to Rom when he tells him that he's going to make him the new Grand Nagus. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Ferengi homeworld. "Quark of Ferenginar was especially satisfied with your handling of his trouble with the Breen." (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Gaia
        • Planet where in the original timeline, the Defiant crashed 200 years in the past, spawning a settlement of 800 people. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Galador II
        • The Galador freighter that left the station in the middle of the night suspected of taking Gul Dukat with them is operating on a trade route between Galador II and Farius Prime. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Galdonterre
        • The infamous criminal known as The Albino learned that the Klingons were coming to Galdonterre by intercepting a subspace message. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Galorda Prime
        • At Sisko's urging, Odo tracks down the truth - that the civilians that Worf is accused of killing were actually killed three months earlier when their ship crashed in the mountains of Galorda Prime. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Gamma Hydra
        • Planet located in the region of space near the Federation-Klingon border a few light years from where The Battle of the Binary Stars took place.
    • Ganalda IV
        • Jake is told that Klingons are looking to get even for what happened on Ganalda IV, when they had to retreat. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Gault
        • From the age of 7, Worf was raised by humans on the farm world of Gault, a sparsely populated world, no more than 20,000 inhabitants. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Gelrak V
        • The Cerritos is en route to Cardassia Prime for peace negotiations when it is re-assigned to instead deliver diplomatic trinkets to Gelrak V. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Gemulon V
        • The colonists that Sisko and Miles find on an M Class planet in the Orellius system were on their way to settle on Gemulon V over ten years earlier when their ship developed life support problems, and they've been stuck there ever since. (Season 2 episode Paradise)
    • Golana
        • When Miles takes his family to Golana for a picnic, Molly wanders off and falls into a time portal, sending her 300 years back in time. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Goralis III
        • Planet where Worf and Ezri crash landed and got romantic. When he and Ezri argue, Worf states that's where he made his feelings clear. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Hakton VII
        • Jadzia Dax receives a report that three Federation settlers were killed on Hakton VII. The Cardassians claim it was in retaliation for the destruction of the Bok'Nor. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • Hanoran II
        • Captain Picard: "We can't delay the archeological expedition to Hanoran II. That'll put us right in the middle of monsoon season."
    • Hoek IV
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Holna IV
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
    • Hunhau
        • Sparsely populated M Class planet, Emerald Chain salvage planet. Book sends Michael a message from Hunhau that while on his way to the Bajoran Exchange, he heard about the black box that she's looking for. (Season 3 episodes Scavengers, The Sanctuary)
    • H'atoria
        • Planet in Klingon space where a Vulcan starship was destroyed by the Klingons. In the aftermath, Vulcans established a policy of firing first when encountering Klingons, earning their respect and eventually leading to the establishment of formal relations (Season 1 episode 1 Despite Yourself)
    • Idlocana 6
        • Admiral Vassery of Douglas Station receives a bizarre message from the leaders of Idlocana 6 - their president wanted to thank him for a wonderful second contact with the crew of the San Clemente... but Starfleet doesn't have a San Clemente. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • Ikasu
        • Planet Book mentions to Michael Burnham: "Remember that time when I had to wade through that bog at Ikasu to pull those leeches off of you?" (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • Iladaria
        • Neelix mentions that they are less than three light years from Iladaria / the Iladaria System. "They have sophisticated technology, and they’re quite friendly." (Season 1 episode Parallax)
    • Inferna Prime
        • While escorting Quark to a grand jury hearing on Inferna Prime to testify against the Orion Syndicate, a bomb on the ship explodes, forcing them to crash land on an uninhabited planet. (Season 5 episode The Ascent)
    • Ivor Prime
        • Planet Hayes mentions when telling Picard about the Borg attack. Hayes to Picard: "I've just received a disturbing report from Deep Space 5. Our colony on Ivor Prime was destroyed this morning. Long-range sensors have picked up."
    • Japori II
        • Flaxian merchant Mr. Retaya that Odo questions was a suspect in the murder of Dekora Assan Ono Japori II. He claims he was cleared of those charges, that it was a case of mistaken identity. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
    • Jaxxa Prime
        • General K'orin asks Mariner if she remembers Jaxxa Prime and the commander that didn't believe her about rectal insectoids. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Kaijur XII
        • During his briefing, Admiral Charles Vance mentions that Kaijur XII needs replicator replacement technology for a severe food shortage. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Kalandra
        • Ezri tells Garak she's planning on returning to the Destiny, where they will be joining the 7th fleet at Kalandra. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
    • Kaminar
        • Kelpien homeworld. Saru learns from Admiral Charles Vance that Kaminar joined the Federation. (Season 3 episode Die Trying)
    • Kavaria
        • Home of the Kavarian Tiger-Bat, planet near Kasiday Yate's route to Dreon VII. Jake needs to know what a Kavarian tiger-bat smells like for a story. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Kelfour VI
        • Planet that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "Klingon vessels launch hypothermic charges at Kelfour VI, burning off their atmosphere and killing 11,000 civilians." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Kelvas V
        • Garak consults Odo for the name of a contact on Kelvas V, needed for Kira's impending attack on a Cardassian repair facility in the Kelvas System. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Kentanna
        • The Skrreeans believed that the wormhole, which they call the Eye of the Universe, would llead them to Kentanna, the legendary home of the Skrreeans, a planet of sorrow, there the Skrreeans will sow seeds of joy. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • Khefka IV
        • Verad's girlfriend Mareel tells Dax that she grew up on the streets of Khefka IV, how never would have made it out of there without Verad's help. (Season 2 episode Invasive Procedures)
    • Khosla II
        • Quark purchases and re-sells the remains, also known as desiccation discs of the great Ferengi entrepreneur Plegg, until Odo informs him that Plegg still alive on Khosla II. (Season 2 episode The Alternate)
    • Khwopa
        • The Cerritos is sent to repair the water filtration system on the planet Khwopa, then to rendezvous with U.S.S. Rubidoux. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Kim-Tara
        • Burnham mentions that the lander pods that the Discovery crew uses to get to the U.S.S. Hiawatha were developed for a mission to Kim-Tara. (Season 2 episode Brother)
    • Klaestron IV
        • Ilon Tandro is the Special Envoy from Klaestron IV In charge of the extradition procedure for the trill known as Dax - previously known as Curzon, now Jadzia - who has been charged with treason and murder. (Season 1 episode Dax) Bashir returns from a trip checking out a new burn treatment technology which has to be seen to be believed. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Klendth
        • Vulcan outpost from Spock's test chamber scene. Computer: "What significant contribution to bioengineering was made on the Loonkerian outpost on Klendth?" Spock: "The universal atmospheric element compensator."
    • Kolarus III
        • Planet in the Kolarin star system where the Enterprise traces the source of the positronic signature.
    • Kora II
        • Odo checks with the Bajoran Archives, learning that they do have a Marritza on record as being a filing clerk at the forced labor camp Gallitep. He also checks with the military academy on Kora II, learning that Marritza has been teaching filing there, just as he claims. (Season 1 episode Duet)
    • Koralis III
        • Kira helps Odo's new metamorph/changeling friend Laas escape after he is put in jail for killing a Klingon, telling him that Odo will meet him in an abandoned mining complex on the third planet in the Koralis System. (Season 7 episode Chimera)
    • Korris I
        • Julian mentions that Quark found him a bottle of delightfully dry champagne bottled on Korris I when asking Dax our for dinner. (Season 1 episode A Man Alone)
        • Kozak's widow Grilka takes Quark to the Klingon homeworld. (Season 3 episode The House of Quark) Worf and For discuss the Klingon homeworld. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
        • Martok tells Sisko the story of his pet targ back on Kronos. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
        • Chancellor Gowron arrives from Kronos, bringing with him the finest bloodwine - 2309, and a Star of Kahless award for Martok. (Season 7 episode When it Rains)
        • Klingon homeworld, first named in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. According to Kestra, Captain Crandall has been everywhere from Kronos to Tychen's Rift. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Kwejian
        • Book's home world. (Season 3 episode The Sanctuary) Stamets mentions a pesticide created on the planet Kwejian, and example of the science that Osyraa supports. (Season 3 episode There is a Tide...)
    • K'Tuevon Prime
        • After being thrown into an alien prison on K'Tuevon Prime, Boimler and his friends are forced to testify about their senior officers while speaking into the Horn of Candor, a sacred horn in which you can only speak the truth. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • L-S VI
        • Dr. Mora Pol, the Bajoran scientist who studied Odo, discovers DNA signatures on a planet in the Gamma Quadrant. Odo and Dax travel with Dr. Pol and his assistant to the planet, finding a tiny life form that may be a distant relative of Odo. (Season 2 episode The Alternate)
    • Largo V
        • Captain Jaheel tells Miles he's got a shipment of Tamen Sahsheer waiting to be delivered to Largo V, and he'll need to do better than Warp 1 to get there before it spoils. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Ligobis X
        • Julian tells famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik that he once saw an exhibit of his paintings at the Central Gallery on Ligobis X. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Lissepia
        • According to Gul, Dukat, the missing Cardassian ship Ravinok was supposed to rendezvous with a freighter, which would take Naprem and his daughter Ziyal to Lissepia, where they could live out their lives in some sort of peace. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Loval
        • When discussing where the Klingon Bird of Prey may go next, Dukat suggests Loval, on the other side of the sector. It's mainly a civilian outpost with a small subspace relay station, but secretly weapons research installation. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Luria
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • Magus III
        • While fighting over who gets to participate in the trial by combat with the people of Gelrak V's greatest warrior, Mariner shows Jack her scars and tells him where she got them, including Magus III, Nanibia Prime, and Scottsdale. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Mariah IV
        • The Valerian vessel Sherval Das docks at the station after visiting Fahleena III and Mariah IV, the same two stops the Valerians used to make when they were running weapons grade dolamide to the Cardassians during the occupation of Bajor. (Season 1 episode Dramatis Personae)
    • Marva IV
        • Sisko travels to the planet Marva IV in the Badlands looking for Federation traitor and Maquis leader Michael Eddington. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Mavok Prime
        • Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal, but accidentally bringing the Fertility Totem meant for Mavok Prime. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Meezan IV
        • Bashir was attending a burn-treatment conference on Meezan IV when he was abducted and replaced by a changeling. (Season 5 episode In Purgatory's Shadow)
    • Merak II
        • Quark tells Bashir that he'd helping Garak get a new sizing scanner for his shop from Merak II, calibrated to be accurate down to the micrometer. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
    • Meridian
        • Dax picks up very unusual gravimetric distortions in the Trialus System, what turns out to be the planet Meridian, which transitions back and forth from a non corporeal dimension. (Season 3 episode Meridian)
    • Mintaka III
        • According to Terran emperor Philippa Georgiou, Killy (mirror universe Tilly) wiped out the planet Mintaka III (Season 1 episode 15 Will You Take My Hand?)
    • Mixtus II
        • Neighbor of Mixtus III, the planet whose moon the Cerritos has been sent to help demolish. The residents, of whom there are few, claim that destroying the moon of Mixtus III will destroy their planet. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Mixtus III
        • The Cerritos is in orbit around Mixtus III to assist Parliament class ship the U.S.S. Vancouver in a controlled demolition of an unstable moon. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Monac IV
        • Cardassians have halted the Klingon advance against Monac IV. The enemy remains bottled up in the Chin'toka system. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • Martok, Worf and crew destroy the Monac IV shipyard by triggering a solar plasma ejection from a magnetic instability on the Monac sun. (Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
    • Mora V
        • Lieutenant Ilario and his friend Vanderweg from the U.S.S. Truman are both victims of Vulcan science officer and serial killer Chu'Lak, using a TR11-6 projectile rifle firing transported titanium bullets. Vanderweg's husband was a micropalentologist on Mora V. (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • Mundahla
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Myrmidon
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Nanibia Prime
        • While fighting over who gets to participate in the trial by combat with the people of Gelrak V's greatest warrior, Mariner shows Jack her scars and tells him where she got them, including Magus III, Nanibia Prime, and Scottsdale. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Nepenthe
        • Picard and Soji teleport off the Lord cube using spatial projector technology, headed for Nepenthe. (Season 1 episode The Impossible Box) Planet where Riker and Troi live. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • New Bajor
        • Planet that Sisko mentions upon Bashir and Kira's return, regarding the extent of the search for them while they were gone. (Season 2 episode Crossover) Kira mentions settlers leaving for New Bajor. (Season 2 episode The Jem'hadar)
    • New Halana
        • Famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik tells Sisko the story of terraforming New Halana, where he met his wife Nidell. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • New Mecca
        • Jadzia and Kira plans to sail across the great Erg on New Mecca in Quark's holosuite are interrupted when Kira receives an urgent message from the Bajoran Central Archives. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • New Sydney
        • The leader of the low level Orion Syndicate gang that Miles infiltrates Bilby's children live on New Sydney. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • Miles travels to New Sydney in the Sappora System looking for Bilby's widow Morica. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • New Vulcan
        • Vulcan colony founded by Spock Prime as a home for the estimated ten thousand survivors of the destruction of Vulcan perpetrated by Nero.
    • Ni'Var
        • Planet formerly known as Vulcan, now shared with the Romulans. Left the Federation nearly a hundred years ago. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • Organia
        • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Orion
        • When Quark and Rom take Nog to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Quark hides a large quantity of kemasite on the ship to sell to buyers on the planet Orion. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
        • Brad, Mariner and D'Vana visit Adashake Center on Orion in the Holodeck. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) Tendi mentions that there are no dogs on her home planet Orion. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Pahvo
        • Planet of peaceful musical creatures that attempt to bring the Federation and the Klingons together and almost gets destroyed by the Klingons in the process (Season 1 episode 8 Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum)
    • Palamar
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Panora
        • Sisko and the Defiant crew debate Mr. Eddington's potential targets - a lucrative mining operation on Quatal Prime, or the previously attacked and almost helpless Panora. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Parada II
        • After escaping from DS9, the replicant Miles heads for the Paradas system, being pursued by the U.S.S. Mekong. He initially heads for Parada IV, the largest planet with seven moons, then hiding behind one of the moon, while the Mekong loses track of him and heads for Parada II. (Season 2 episode Whispers)
    • Parada IV
        • After escaping from DS9, the replicant Miles heads for the Paradas system, being pursued by the U.S.S. Mekong. He initially heads for Parada IV, the largest planet with seven moons, then hiding behind one of the moon, while the Mekong loses track of him and heads for Parada II. (Season 2 episode Whispers)
    • Parsian III
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Pentath III
        • An outbreak of Rudellian plague that strikes the Cardassian colony on Pentath III in the Pentath System prompts Sisko to send the Defiant - commanded by Worf - to assist with the evacuation. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Phylos
        • Planet that Boimler mentions when he explains that senior officers don't always know what they're doing, where Kirk didn't know about that giant Spock. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Planet Raffi
        • Joke Raffi makes when cheering up Dr. Jurati by giving her cake and offering her chocolate milk. Dr. Jurati: "That may be overdoing it." Raffi: "No such thing on planet Raffi." (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Priors World
        • Planet in the mirror universe where Lorca went to recruit allies after his failed coup against Emperor Philippa Georgiou (Season 1 episode 13 What's Past is Prologue)
    • Pythro V
        • Early in the episode, Odo informs Martus Mazur that the couple from Pythro V told him that the asked them for their financial access codes. Later, they decide to press charges. (Season 2 episode Rivals)
    • Quatal Prime
        • Sisko and the Defiant crew debate Mr. Eddington's potential targets - a lucrative mining operation on Quatal Prime, or the previously attacked and almost helpless Panora. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Quinor VII
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Qui'Tu
        • Planet of Klingon legend. Sybok: "She'Ka'Ree, The Source, Heaven, Eden, call it what you will. The Klingons call it Qui'Tu. To the Romulans, it's Vorta Vor. The Andorian word is unpronounceable. Still every culture shares this common dream of a place from which creation sprang."
    • Regulak IV
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Reilling VII
        • During his briefing, Admiral Charles Vance mentions that Reilling VII needs additional shields, as they are dealing with solar flares. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Rhymus Major
        • Quark and his lost love Natima reminisce about the day he installed his first holosuite. She'd never been in one before. He still has the program from their picnic on Rhymus Major. Two suns in the sky. The sound of the waterfalls. The whisper of flitterbird wings over their heads. He painted her face with honey. And a Mordian butterfly landed on her nose. And a Mordian butterfly got stuck on her nose. His wings were beating almost as fast as Quark's heart. (Season 2 episode Profit and Loss)
    • Rigel IV
        • Keiko's away, at a hydroponics conference on Rigel IV. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • A Dominion raid destroyed Ezri's family's shipment of Pergium before it reached the refinery on Rigel IV. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
        • When the crew discovers that everything in the computer's active memory has been accessed and purged, Kira claims that Vantika did the exact same thing on Rigel VII. (Season 1 episode Dax)
    • Risa
        • Pleasure planet, mentioned in various episodes.
        • O'Brien mentions the pleasure planet Risa as the location where Captain Picard first met Vash. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • After passing on his Nagus status to Quark, Zek mentions choosing between Risa and Balosnee VI for his first vacation in 85 years. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
        • Destination on the flight plan of the Boslic captain that sold Quark salvage that included a baby Jem’Hadar. (Season 3 episode The Abandoned)
        • Thomas Riker - posing as Will Riker - mentions passing through on his way to Risa. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • The real Ambassador Krajensky was supposed to be on his way to Risa for an extended vacation. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
        • Jadzia gives Lenara Kahn a bottle of Risian perfume. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
        • Benjamin Sisko: I was just thinking... Why don't we drop everything and go to Risa - just the two of us? We won't even pack a bag. We'll walk straight out of here, get in a runabout and go. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Worf and Jadzia, Bashir and Leeta, and Worf vacation on Risa. According to Worf, Risa is an artificially created paradise, maintained by the most elaborate weather control system in the Federation. In it's natural state, Risa is nothing more than a rain-soaked geologically unstable jungle. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
        • Farrakk lies, telling arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath that he was about to close deal with the Verillians. Hagath informs him that they no longer have any need of his services since they signed an agreement with Metron Consortium. Farrakk was actually off enjoying himself on Risa. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
        • Sirella: It is time for the Bre'Nan ritual.
          Jadzia Dax: I'm busy.
          Sirella: Busy acting like a Risian slut.
          (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • The leader of the low level Orion Syndicate gang that Miles infiltrates Bilby tells him that he's working with someone from Starfleet - someone that was in control of the weather control system on Risa. Raimus met him while vacationing last year. Raimus offered him a very substantial amount of money to make it stop raining. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • When Bashir informs Odo of his upcoming medical conference, Odo asks if it is on Risa or Casperia Prime. It's on Casperia Prime. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Julian tells Sarina that he wants to take her on a vacation to Risa. (Season 7 episode Chrysalis)
        • When Grand Nagus Zek disappears, Quark theorizes that he probably stopped off on Risa. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
        • Ezri Dax: All things considered, I think I'd rather be on RIsa. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • Thinking he's talking to Rom, Grand Nagus tells Quark and he and Moogie are moving to Risa and he's going to make him the new Grand Nagus. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Jean-Luc Picard won The Silver Spade Award for The Starfleet Bridge Tournament on Risa. (From the Picard family album)
    • Rixx
        • Quark offers Tiron a holosuite program featuring a picnic with the pleasure goddess of Rixx. (Season 3 episode Meridian) Before leaving for Starfleet Academy on Earth, Nog sells his possessions, including what turns out to be Kira's Springball racket, and his favorite holosuite program "A Visit with the Pleasure Goddess of Rixx" - to Miles for for ten strips of latinum. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • Romulus
        • Romulan home world.
        • Garak: Ah, yes, the assassination of Proconsul Merrok of Romulus. Such a tragedy. I met him once, a few weeks before he died. I was working as a gardener at the Cardassian Embassy... my specialty was Edosian Orchids. Beautiful, but highly toxic. (Season 4 episode Broken Link)
        • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • According to Garak, the predominant color on Romulus is gray - the buildings, the clothing - even the people, and their hearts. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Saltok IV
        • While the Federation ship that the Cardassians destroyed was carrying medical supplies to Saltok IV, they believed it was carrying weapons through the demilitarized zone. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Sarpedion
        • A Dominion held planet, Sarpedion is the headquarters of the entire 12th order. Gowron orders Martok to take 15 Vor'cha class battle cruisers in first to soften their defenses. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Sefalla Prime
        • Sisko and Dax suggest the uninhabited M Class planet Draylon II, located near Sefalla Prime, as a perfect home for the Skrreea people. They would prefer to settle on Bajor, but the provisional government denies their request. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • Septimus III
        • The Klingons attack the Cardassian planet Septimus III, landing 15 divisions. Weyoun assures Damar that he will address the situation, but with only the 11th Order, a reserve unit, left to protect it, the planet falls.but the planet falls into Klingon hands. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Setlik III
        • Location of a Cardassian prison from Miles' past, from various episodes.
        • Miles tells Sisko about the tie he got 13 men safely off the surface of Setlik III, and the next thing he knew he was the tactical officer on the Rutledge. (Season 2 episode Paradise)
        • Location of the Cardassian prison that Miles told Keiko about - the torture that the Cardassians inflicted on their prisoners. Also where Miles’ old friend Boone died. The “Boone” Miles meets later is a fraud. (Season 2 episode Tribunal)
        • Bashir mentions to Keiko - example of something Miles recovered from, to show that he'll recover from his Argrathi imprisonment as well. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
        • Garak mentions Miles' war story - killing Cardassians while liberating the Barrica Encampment from Setlik III. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • Sheva II
        • Martok's ambitious plans with only 5 birds of prey include attacking the Trelka V Starbase, then push deeper into Cardassian territory and hitting the Manora shipyards, the Jem'Hadar breeding facility on Sheva II, and the supply depots in the Borias Cluster. Sisko reminds him that it would take half the 9th fleet just to destroy Trelaka V. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • She'Ka'Ree
        • Planet of Vulcan legend. Sybok: "She'Ka'Ree, The Source, Heaven, Eden, call it what you will. The Klingons call it Qui'Tu. To the Romulans, it's Vorta Vor. The Andorian word is unpronounceable. Still every culture shares this common dream of a place from which creation sprang."
    • Sigma X
        • Planet that Michael Burnham mentions: "It'll make Sigma X feel like a vacation." (Season 3 episode That Hope is You, Part 2)
    • Simperia
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Solosos III
        • Sisko attacks the Maquis colony of Solosos III, making it uninhabitable in order to convince Mr. Eddington to surrender. He threatens, but does not have to follow through with attacking Tracken II as well. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Sorna Prime
        • Planet from one of Tilly's nicknames in the mirror universe: The Slayer of Sorna Prime (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Soukara
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Sukara
        • Worf and Jadzia travel to the jungle of Sukara, location of a Dominion base, to rescue Cardassian operative Lasaran. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Sumiko III
        • Planet from holographic program on the Enterprise called "Emerald Wading Pool". Description: "From Planet Sumiko III, a safe experience."
    • Sybaron
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Talos IV
        • Planet. Computer: "One of 11 planetary bodies, Talos IV was a warp-capable M- Class planet with a thriving population, until several thousand years ago, when nuclear war caused a near-extinction-level event." (Season 2 episodes Light and Shadows, If Memory Serves)
    • Tartaras V
        • Planet Quark mentions to Vash attempting to persuade her not to return to Earth - tempting her with the idea of uncovered the ruins of a Rokai provincial capital. (Season 1 episode Q-Less) Quark mentions his collection of Tartaran landscapes. (Season 1 episode If Wishes Were Horses)
    • Tellar
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Terosa Prime
        • Famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik tells Sisko the story of the first time his wife Nidell psychoprojected Fenna on Terosa Prime. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Terralysium
        • Planet, home of the village New Eden, where one of the first three mysterious signals appeared. (Season 2 episode New Eden) Michael's mother tells Michael she never made it back to Terralysium, that she landed right back on Essof IV. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • Thasus
        • Planet that Captain Kirk mentions to Bones, where he picked up the illegal Saurian brandy that he's drinking.
    • Timor II
        • Ezri's mother owns a large Pergium mining facility in the Sappora System - used to the 6th largest, before the Ferengi found a large deposit on Timor II a few years ago. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • Tonnata VII
        • Planet where the Comtaxan parasite that is used to threaten Captain Lorca is from (Season 1 episode 12 Vaulting Ambition)
    • Torga IV
        • Sisko and team conduct a mineral survey of the planet Torga IV, an uninhabited planet in the Gamma Quadrant believed to contain vast deposits or cormaline. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Torros III
        • While Sisko and team were keeping the Dominion occupied, a Starfleet-Klingon task force crossed the border into Cardassia and destroyed the Dominion shipyards on Torros III. (Season 6 episode Call to Arms)
    • Tracken II
        • Sisko attacks the Maquis colony of Solosos III, making it uninhabitable in order to convince Mr. Eddington to surrender. He threatens, but does not have to follow through with attacking Tracken II as well. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Trelka V
        • Martok's ambitious plans with only 5 birds of prey include attacking the Trelka V Starbase, then push deeper into Cardassian territory and hitting the Manora shipyards, the Jem'Hadar breeding facility on Sheva II, and the supply depots in the Borias Cluster. Sisko reminds him that it would take half the 9th fleet just to destroy Trelaka V. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Trill
        • Home of the Trill people.
        • When Ezri tells Sisko she is resigning her commission, Sisko tells her to go back to Trill. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
        • The Discovery crew takes Adira, the first human to host a symbiont, or a squid, as she calls it, to the planet Trill. (Season 3 episode Forget Me Not)
    • Tulgana IV
        • Planet protected by an ion field that restricts comms and transporters. Mariner and Boimler pilot General K'orin down to Tulgana IV in the Yosemite shuttle. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Tyree
        • Ben remains at his father's restaurant, where he experiences a vision of digging in the sand on the planet Tyree, and seeing a woman's face. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Ty'Gokor
        • According to Starfleet Intelligence, Chancellor Gowron has relocated Klingon military headquarters to Ty'Gokor, located in an asteroid field deep in Klingon space. It is probably the most heavily fortified installation in the Empire. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
    • T'Lani III
        • Bashir and Miles travel to a lab orbiting T'Lani III in an effort to help the T'Lani and the Kelleruns eliminate their stockpiles of Harvesters - deadly biomechanical gene disruptors used by both sides in their centuries long war. (Season 2 episode Armageddon Game)
    • T'Lani Prime
        • After Bashir and Miles help the T'Lani and the Kelleruns eliminate their biomechanical gene disruptor weapon stockpiles using Muon Rays, they are scheduled to attend a celebration on T'Lani Prime when they are attacked. (Season 2 episode Armageddon Game) EDIT.
    • Umoth VIII
        • 35 people had to be hospitalized on Umoth VIII after eating from public food replicators. Sabotage is suspected. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • Urna
        • Kili refugees in the Federation sickbay are experience cascade failure of the nervous system brought on by misfiling proteins, something called prions. Saru and Michael Burnham believe they became ill on the planet Urna, a hub for the enrichment of unstable metals. (Season 3 episode Die Trying)
    • Vadris III
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Varala
        • Odo's new metamorph/changeling friend Laas used to live on Varala, where he received his name, which means "Changeable". (Season 7 episode Chimera)
    • Vashti
        • Planet in the Qiris sector, Beta Quadrant, location of a Romulan relocation hub following the Romulan supernova. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Vergessen
        • In the 13 year-old flashback scene that kicks off the episode, Fenris Ranger Seven of Nine arrives at a facility called the Seven Domes located on the planet Vergessen in the Hypatia System, in time to rescue Icheb, from an un-anesthetized Borg part extraction procedure. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Verillia
        • Farrakk lies, telling arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath that he was about to close deal with the Verillians. Hagath informs him that they no longer have any need of his services since they signed an agreement with Metron Consortium. Farrakk was actually off enjoying himself on Risa. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Volon II
        • 43 year old male human William Patrick Samuels that Cardassians captures - and most likely tortured - came to the Federation colony on Volon II 20 years ago. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Volon III
        • Miles runs into a gentleman he thinks is his old friend Boone, whom he served with on the Rutledge. "Boone” tells Miles that he settled on Volon III, on the Cardassian side of the demilitarized zone, running a ladarium mining sluice. (Season 2 episode Tribunal)
    • Vorta Vor
        • Planet of Romulan legend. Sybok: "She'Ka'Ree, The Source, Heaven, Eden, call it what you will. The Klingons call it Qui'Tu. To the Romulans, it's Vorta Vor. The Andorian word is unpronounceable. Still every culture shares this common dream of a place from which creation sprang."
        • Vulcan homeworld, Federation planet.
        • Kira mentions not being able to spare a runabout to go all the way to Vulcan to retrieve medical supplies for Bashir. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Jake's date Leanne mentions visiting the wilderness preserves on Vulcan. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
        • Jadzia mentions meeting a Cardassian writer in exile on Vulcan. (Season 3 episode Destiny)
        • Kor was the Klingon ambassador to Vulcan. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • Quark and Rom's mother Ishka, a.k.a. Moogie, is captured by the Dominion while traveling back from Vulcan to have her lobes raised. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • Brad mentions that he's been to Vulcan. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) When General K'orin takes off in Boimler and Mariner's shuttlecraft, Mariner says,Classic K'orin. He did this on Vulcan. And on Earth. He steals a lot of things. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Cardassian peace negotiations are moved to Vulcan. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Wurna Minor
        • Planet from one of Tilly's nicknames in the mirror universe: The Witch of Wurna Minor (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Xahea
        • One of the mysterious signals brings Discovery to the planet Xahea. (Star Trek: Short Treks episode Runaway, Season 2 episode Such Sweet Sorrow)
    • Yadera Prime
        • Rurigan and his people - now holograms - were originally from Rurigan before being conquered by the Dominion. (Season 2 episode Shadow Play)
  • Poetry
    • The Fall of Kang
        • Famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik asks Sisko if he's familiar with the Klingon poet G'Trok. Sisko informs him that The Fall of Kang is required reading at the Academy. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
  • Police Departments
    • Argrathi Security
        • Miles is arrested by Argrathi Security and sentenced by the Argrathi Authority to 40 years in their virtual prison punishment. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
  • Political Parties
  • Prisons
    • Barrica Encampment
        • Garak mentions Miles' war story - killing Cardassians while liberating the Barrica Encampment from Setlik III. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • Elemspur Detention Center
        • Kira is contacted regarding a study on the Elemspur Detention Center for the Bajoran Central Archives because their records indicate that Kira was there, though she has no recollection of ever having been there. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Gallitep
        • A Cardassian arrives on the station aboard the Kobheerian freighter Rak-Miunis, claiming to be a file clerk named Marritza, though he resembles the war criminal Gul Darhe'el, known as The Butcher of Gallitep. He has Kalla-Nohra Syndrome, which can only be the result of a mining accident at the Bajoran forced labor camp Gallitep that Kira helped liberate - though he claims it is Pottrik syndrome, very similar condition. (Season 1 episode Duet) Camp that Kira liberated. (Season 3 episode Shakaar)
    • Internment Camp 371
        • Garak and Worf are captured by the Jem'Hadar and taken to Internment Camp 371. (Season 5 episode In Purgatory's Shadow)
        • Section 31's Sloan questions Bashir about the time he was captured by the Dominion and held at Internment Camp 371. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
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    • Lazon II Labor Camp
        • Gul Dukat clears Sisko's request for a judgment other than death for Thomas Riker, time in the Lazon II Labor Camp, with the Ministry of Justice. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Tellun
        • Prison colony where convicts were employed as miners, where Michael Burnham was being transferred by prison shuttle when it was rerouted to meet with USS Discovery. (Season 1 episode 3)
    • Velos VII Internment Camp
        • Kira tracks the origin of the aphasia virus to Dekon Elig, former member of the Higa Metar sect of the Bajoran Underground, who died while attempting to escape from the Cardassian prison Velos VII Internment Camp, Stardate 39355. (Season 1 episode Babel)
  • Private Detective Services
  • Probes and Satellites
    • Quadros-1
        • Gamma quadrant probe that mapped the Idran system, the closest star system after Sisko and Dax enter the wormhole, a ternary system consisting of twin O-type companions. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
  • Products-Other
  • Professional Organizations
    • Federation Medical Council
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
    • The Guild of Restaurant and Casino Employees
        • Rom and his fellow employees form a union to stand up for themselves and fight for their rights. (Season 4 Bar Association)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Arias Expedition
        • Janeway tells Tom Paris that she served with his father aboard the Al-Batani, on which she served as science officer during the Arias Expedition. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • Project Daedelus
        • The last words Airiam says to Michael, later revealed to be Section 31's grand design for time travel. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • SB-19
        • Ni'Var experiment that spread sensors across dozens of light years of subspace. They had a front seat view of the Burn. Michael requests access to the data. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • The New Atlantis Project
        • Project initiated in 2367 as a way of creating a new subcontinent on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the Atlantic Ocean on Earth. (from the Picard family album)
  • Publishing Companies
    • Arthur Trill Publishing
        • Owner and publisher of Incredible Tales, the science fiction magazine from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny works. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Quotes
    • Admiral Bennett
        • Admiral Bennett: 200 years ago, we tried to improve the species through DNA resequencing. And what did we get for our trouble? The Eugenics Wars. For every Julian Bashir that can be created, there's a Khan Singh waiting in the wings - a superhuman, whose ambition and thirst for power have been enhanced along with his intellect. The law against genetic engineering provides a firewall against such men and it's my job to keep that firewall intact. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
    • Admiral Forrest
        • Admiral Forrest: When Zefram Cochrane made his legendary warp flight 90 years ago and attracted the attention of our new friends the Vulcans, we realized that we weren't alone in the galaxy. Today, we are about to cross a new threshold. for nearly a century we waded ankle-deep in the ocean of space. Now it's finally time to swim. The Warp-Five engine wouldn't have been a reality without men like Dr. Cochrane and Henry Archer, who worked so hard to develop it, so it's only fitting that Archer's son Jonathan Archer, will command the first starship powered by this engine. Rather than quoting Dr. Cochrane I think we should listen to his own words, from the dedication ceremony for the Warp-Five complex, 32 years ago. (Season 1 episode Broken Bow)
    • Balthazar M. Edison
        • Balthazar M. Edison: I fought for humanity! Lost millions to the Xindi and Romulan Wars! And for what? For the Federation to sit me in a Captain's chair and break bread with the enemy!
    • Bashir & Garak
        • Bashir: But the point is, if you lie all the time, nobody's going to believe you, even when you're telling the truth.
          Garak: Are you sure that's the point, Doctor?
          Bashir: Of course; what else could it be?
          Garak: That you should never tell the same lie twice.
          (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
    • Benjamin Sisko & Gul Dukat
        • Benjamin Sisko: Is there anything I can get for you?
          Gul Dukat: A bottle of Kanar and an Orion slave girl would be nice.
          Benjamin Sisko: I'll see what I can do.
          (Season 6 episode Waltz)
    • Benjamin Sisko & Odo
        • Benjamin Sisko: On a happier note, I do have a bit of good news. The Romulans have forced the Dominion to retreat from the Benzite System.
          Odo: That is good news. The question is, will the Romulans be willing to leave Benzar after the war is over? Once they capture territory, they very rarely give it up.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Benjamin Sisko, Worf & Jadzia Dax
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Brunt
        • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
    • Cal Hudson
        • Cal Hudson: It make you pine for the good old dull days in New Berlin, doesn't it? Sausage and beer all around, and everyone's idea of a good time was the Mazurka Festival. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Captain Kirk
        • Captain Kirk: We are gathered here today to pay final respects to our honored dead. But it should be noted that this death takes place in the shadow of new life, the sunrise of a new world; a world that our beloved comrade gave his life to protect and nourish. He did not feel this sacrifice a vain or empty one, and we will not debate his profound wisdom at these proceedings. Of my friend, I can only say this: of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most. human.
        • Captain Kirk: Captain's Log, Stardate 2263.2. Today is our 966th day in the deep space. We have three years of our five-year mission More time we spend out here, the harder it is to aware one day ends and next one begins. It could be a challenge to feel grounded. when even gravity is artificial. But we will do what we can to make it feel like home.
    • Captain Picard
        • Captain Picard: A starship captain's life is filled with solemn duty. I have commanded men in battle. I have negotiated peace treaties between implacable enemies. I have represented the Federation in first contact with 27 alien species. But none of this compares with my solemn duty today as best man. Now, I know on an occasion such as this, it is expected that I be gracious and fulsome in my praise on the wonders of this blessed union. But have the two of you considered what you are doing to me? Of course you're happy, but what about my needs? This is all a damned inconvenience.
    • Captain Pike
        • Captain Pike: Last time I heard about you, you were up to your ass in alligators on Cestus Three. (Season 2 episode Saints of Imperfection)
    • Captain Pike & Saru
        • Captain Pike: I'm here at Starfleet's order to take command of the Discovery under Regulation 19, Section C.
          Saru: Your directive is only instituted under three contingencies: when an imminent threat is detected, when the lives of Federation citizens are in danger, or when no other officers of equal or higher rank are present to mitigate this threat. May I ask under which contingency you are here?
          Captain Pike: All of them.
          (Season 2 episode Brother)
    • Captain Will Riker
        • Captain Will Riker: I'm sorry I'm late. I was watching the first Enterprise on the holodeck. You know, Archer and those guys? What a story. Those guys had a long road getting from there to here. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Commodore Paris
        • Commodore Paris: It isn't uncommon, you know, even for a captain, to want to leave. There is no relative direction in the vastness of space. There is only yourself, your ship, your crew. It's easier than you think, to get lost.
    • Data
        • Data: Ladies and gentlemen, and invited transgendered species, in my study of Terran and Betazoid conjugal rites I've discovered it is traditional to present the happy couple with a gift. Given Commander Riker's affection for archaic musical forms, I have elected to present the following as my gift, in honor of their conjugation.
    • Dougherty
        • Dougherty: We haven't fully identified the anomalies yet. They're calling this whole area the Briar Patch. It took us a day to reach a location where we could even get a signal to you. Just get me Data's schematics. I'll keep you informed. Dougherty out.
    • Dr. Altan Inigo Soong
        • Dr. Altan Inigo Soong: You can't be expected to keep a secret you don't even know you know. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
        • 
Dr. Altan Inigo Soong: I really missed butterflies… so I made my own. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
    • Dr. Jurati & Chris Rios
        • Dr. Jurati: What's your book about?
          Chris Rios: The existential pain of living with the consciousness of death, and how it defines us as human beings.
          Dr. Jurati: Well, that's not a conversation killer at all. I totally want to talk about the existential pain of living with the consciousness of death.
          (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)