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Formerly just the Dothraki wiki. This is the home of all extant information concerning the languages created for HBO's adaptation of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series, as well as Mr. Martin's use of fictitious languages in his books. To date, all of the original work has been done through the Language Creation Society by linguist David J. Peterson. At this time, this includes the Dothraki language, and three variants of the Valyrian language: High Valyrian, Astapori Valyrian and Meerenese Valyrian. If and when new languages are developed, we hope to include them here as well. Do note that this wiki is maintained by fans and for fans. Although every attempt has been made to make this site as complete and accurate as possible, it is not an 'official site' for these languages. Please, take a look around, upload some unnoticed quotes, and make yourself at home!
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Lhazareen is a descendant language of Proto-plains, and closest known relative to the Dothraki language. The language is spoken by the pastoral people known as the Lhazareen - a peaceful farming culture who inhabit the Lhazar, a region of rolling hills that border the Skahazadhan River. Currently no information is known about the language, other than minor phonological features.
Proto-plains is the ancestor language to the Dothraki and Lhazareen languages. Currently little is known about Proto-plains, as no details have been officially published by David J. Peterson, but information has been reconstructed from comments made by David on blog posts and interviews. What information is know will be documented here and updated as more is learned.