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Introductions / Re: Hi
« on: May 14, 2015, 05:43:11 am »
M'ath they Niz.

id throw in to a conversation thread for sure... I gave up on this forum being an every day visit very shortly after joining, but i still check in once a week. Its good to see more people coming to learn.


Im still very much a beginner but what better way to flex our proverbial muscles than in conversation

Beginners / Re: Attempt at coining a phrase
« on: May 03, 2015, 01:57:33 am »
so the "anha astak asqoy" makes it "I speak an oath/vow, in front of my ancestors beards"?

so even though vow is both a noun and verb in english, with dothraki asqoyi is only a noun? therefore it needs the Astok to precede it?

Introductions / Re: M'athchomaroon
« on: May 03, 2015, 01:51:32 am »
haha thanks for the reply qvaak.

Zhavvoki is a created name that my partner and I came up with as a sort of family/tribe name for us. Its  derived from Zhavvorsa and Okeo, so kind of like friend of dragon..

I think i understand your corrections haha. Why the inclusion of zhey?

Beginners / Re: What is the word for...
« on: March 24, 2015, 09:00:38 pm »
Graddakh is dothraki for waste/refuse/graddakh

Beginners / Re: Help with English to Dothraki translation
« on: March 24, 2015, 06:05:31 am »
I'm only a beginner. Still very much learning. The book arrives tomorrow yay

However there's no one ever really active on here unfortunately.

From what I could tell though there would be no way to say this specific phrase without changing it significantly. There are just too many concepts the dothraki don't and wouldn't have a word for

Beginners / Re: Attempt at coining a phrase
« on: March 18, 2015, 08:08:27 pm »
I've joined a dead forum. havent I?

Beginners / Re: Attempt at coining a phrase
« on: March 15, 2015, 07:59:58 pm »
Culturally I'm sure it is more appropriate to think they would say

"Ki hrazefi kimoa anni"

"Anha asqoyi yeraan, hatif hrazefi kimoa anni"

But beards are cooler than horses. Lol

Beginners / Attempt at coining a phrase
« on: March 15, 2015, 07:27:36 pm »
Ok. So like me. The dothraki  appear to be a race of men who take good care of their facial follicles. Khals seem to sport decent beards as did many leaders of similar races. It was a status thing.

To this end I have attempted to coin a phrase and was hoping someone could review it for me for grammatical accuracy and even offer their insight as to wether this may be something the people of the dothraki sea may say, culturally speaking.

"Ki shiranesi kimoa anni" when surprised.


"Anha asqoyi hatif  (maybe "ki" instead of "hatif") shiranesi kimoa anni" when solemnly attesting  to one thing or another.


Introductions / Re: M'athchomaroon
« on: March 11, 2015, 03:56:23 pm »
I plan on getting the book in the next month or so when money allows

Introductions / M'athchomaroon
« on: March 11, 2015, 03:32:08 am »
Anha Khal Esizigo ha khalasar zhavvoki.
San athchomari yeraan chosh kemiki anna.

Complete noob here. Started learning with the dothraki companion app and the wiki about a week ago. My greeting above is probably riddled with errors but I tried to make it unique I hope. it makes sense.

I think I'm doing pretty well. Should be purchasing the book next week sometime which is really exciting. Aaaaaand yeah... Hi :)

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