High Valyrian Word Groups

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=High Valyrian Word Groupings<br>=
This section is taken from the words available in the [[High Valyrian Vocabulary]] and are grouped similar to what's done for Dothraki; Similar to ESL (English as a Second Language) groupings or rather in this case DSL (Dothraki as a Second Language). In cases where the High Valyrian equivalent is not listed a gap will be left to be completed in future installments. Words will be repeated when they fall into more than one category. The groupings are basic and not exhaustive.
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This section is taken from the words available in the [[High Valyrian Vocabulary]] and are grouped similar to what's done for Dothraki; Similar to ESL (English as a Second Language) groupings or rather in this case DSL (Dothraki as a Second Language). In cases where the High Valyrian equivalent is not listed a gap will be left to be completed in future installments. Words will be repeated when they fall into more than one category. The groupings are basic and not exhaustive.<br>
  
==Categories==
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==Categories<br>==
===Family===
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===Family<br>===
 
:'''Father''', kepa  
 
:'''Father''', kepa  
 
:'''Mother''', muña  
 
:'''Mother''', muña  

Revision as of 02:45, 3 February 2014

High Valyrian Word Groupings

This section is taken from the words available in the High Valyrian Vocabulary and are grouped similar to what's done for Dothraki; Similar to ESL (English as a Second Language) groupings or rather in this case DSL (Dothraki as a Second Language). In cases where the High Valyrian equivalent is not listed a gap will be left to be completed in future installments. Words will be repeated when they fall into more than one category. The groupings are basic and not exhaustive.

Categories

Family

Father, kepa
Mother, muña
Child, riña
Children, riñar
Son, trēsy
Daughter, tala
Sibling, dubys
Older brother, lēkia
Little brother, valonqar
Older sister,
Little sister, hāedar
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