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Ser Jorah refers to Vaes Tolorro as Vaes Tolorru at one point. This may be a simple misspelling.<ref>{{cite book |last= Martin |first= George R.R. |title= A Storm of Swords |year= 2000 |publisher= Bantam Dell |page=898 |isbn=0-553-38170-9}}</ref>
 
Ser Jorah refers to Vaes Tolorro as Vaes Tolorru at one point. This may be a simple misspelling.<ref>{{cite book |last= Martin |first= George R.R. |title= A Storm of Swords |year= 2000 |publisher= Bantam Dell |page=898 |isbn=0-553-38170-9}}</ref>
  
== A Feast for Crows ==
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In the final teaser chapter for A Dance with Dragons, "That is known" is used instead of "It is known", suggesting that it is not an entirely frozen idiom.<ref>{{cite book |last= Martin |first= George R.R. |title= A Feast for Crows |year= 2005 |publisher = Bantam Dell |page=759 |isbn= 0553582038}}</ref>
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Revision as of 11:53, 28 September 2010

This is the canon of known good sentences in Dothraki given with sourcing and with situational information, from the original text of Martin's books. All references to other languages in the series can go on the Other languages page. All Dothraki words or references from David Peterson should go in the Corpus page. This page chronicles the state of the language before Peterson began making the language.

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A Clash of Kings

There is a clear adjectival derivation from qoy, blood, as laid out by David Peterson:

"The Dothraki named the comet shierak qiya, the Bleeding Star."[1]

Vaes Tolorro, the city of bones, is most likely a Dothraki word, as it shares vaes with Vaes Dothraki. [2]

Dothraki is described as being guttural. [3]

The Dothraki call the Qartheen Milk Men: this is the second collective plural name for a people group, as opposed to naming them based upon their place of habitation or autonyms.[4]

It is known that the Dothraki pray to a horse god,[5] and believe that the stars of spirits of the valiant dead.[6] This may provide interesting forms of supplication or prayer.

Ser Jorah uses an English plural on the Dothraki word ko. The Dothraki plural ought to be -i, as in lajaki warriors. This quote also shows the names Jhaqo and Pono, the latter being illegal in Dothraki except in proper names.

"Ser Jorah frowned. “Princess, hear me. The Dothraki will not follow a suckling babe. Drogo’s strength was what they bowed to, and only that. When he is gone, Jhaqo and Pono and the other kos will fight for his place, and this khalasar will devour itself. The winner will want no more rivals. The boy will be taken from your breast the moment he is born. They will give him to the dogs . . . ”

A Storm of Swords

Two of the Bloody Mummers are Dothraki: Iggo[7] and Zollo.[8] Later, the Dothraki who fought the Qohorik Three Thousand Unsullied is named as Temmo.[9]

The Dothraki do not have a word for sea, calling it the poison water. [10] When a storm hits the boats, Dany hears "the riders praying in thin quavery voices."[11]

Daenerys' narration,[12] and Ser Jorah later,[13] both use the english plural -s after ko.

Ser Jorah refers to Vaes Tolorro as Vaes Tolorru at one point. This may be a simple misspelling.[14]

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References

  1. Martin, George R.R. (1999). A Clash of Kings. Bantam Dell. p. 187. ISBN 0-553-57990-8. 
  2. Martin, George R.R. (1999). A Clash of Kings. Bantam Dell. p. 201. ISBN 0-553-57990-8. 
  3. Martin, George R.R. (1999). A Clash of Kings. Bantam Dell. p. 202. ISBN 0-553-57990-8. 
  4. Martin, George R.R. (1999). A Clash of Kings. Bantam Dell. p. 423. ISBN 0-553-57990-8. 
  5. Martin, George R.R. (1999). A Clash of Kings. Bantam Dell. p. 703. ISBN 0-553-57990-8. 
  6. Martin, George R.R. (1999). A Clash of Kings. Bantam Dell. p. 927. ISBN 0-553-57990-8. 
  7. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 42. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
  8. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 345. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
  9. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 96. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
  10. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 86. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
  11. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 87. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
  12. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 92. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
  13. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 97. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
  14. Martin, George R.R. (2000). A Storm of Swords. Bantam Dell. p. 898. ISBN 0-553-38170-9. 
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