High Valyrian Non-Canonical Vocabulary

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* '''greviot''' [ˈgrevi͡ot] {{ID|greviot}}
 
* '''greviot''' [ˈgrevi͡ot] {{ID|greviot}}
 
: ''postp. →gen. around
 
: ''postp. →gen. around
* '''iotāpagon''' [i͡oˈtaːpagon] {{ID|iotāpagon}}
 
: {{HVperf|iotāptan}}
 
: ''{{HVverb|p}}'' to think (of) something/someone ''(< ''{{HVder|i-}}'' + ''{{HVlex|otāpagon}}''.)''
 
 
* '''kōttegon''' [ˈkoːttegon] {{ID|kōttegon}}
 
* '''kōttegon''' [ˈkoːttegon] {{ID|kōttegon}}
 
: {{HVperf|kōttetan}}
 
: {{HVperf|kōttetan}}

Latest revision as of 14:08, 11 July 2019

This page keeps record of all words suggested by learners of High Valyrian so as to fill semantic gaps of High Valyrian and enable better communication in H.V. However the contents of this page are not official in any way and could very well be proven wrong by DJP when he announces new lexemes, thus replacing the ones here with other official ones.

High Valyrian Non-Canonical Vocabulary List

  • buqarys [buˈqarys]
n. 2sol. hate, hatred ( < buqagon + -arys.)
  • greviot [ˈgrevi͡ot]
postp. →gen. around
  • kōttegon [ˈkoːttegon]
perfect: kōttetan
v. V-fin. to manage, to achieve (eventative of kostagon.)
  • kynilla [kyˈnilla]
n. 1aq°. silk (< kyno + -illa)
  • laehoqitta [laɛ̯hoˈqitta]
adj. I eyeless, blind (< laes + -oqitta.)
  • mīznon [ˈmiːznon]
n. 3ter. protection, defence ( < mīsagon + -non.)
  • ōzigon [ˈoːzigon]
v. V-fin. to be proud (cf. jōzigon.)
  • senēbagon [senˈeːbagon]
perfect: senēptan
v. C-fin. to execute ( < sēnagon + -ēbagon.)
  • sōpnon [ˈsoːpnon]
n. 3ter. laughter ( < sōpagon + -non.)
  • vēdroso [ˈveːdroso]
adj. invar. angry (com. of vēdros.)

Names

  • Jaehirūdys [jaɛ̯hi'ru:dys]
n. 2sol Theodore, Dorothy God's gift (< jaes + irūdy .)
  • Jaerhijarys [jaɛ̯r̥i'jarys]
n. 2sol. Timothy, "he who honours God" (<jaes + rijagon.)
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