Talk:High Valyrian Noun Declensions

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For the word "gelte", the table says the accusative form is geltī, but further down in the summary table that repeats the declensions, the accusative is listed as geltē. Is this is a mistake? Geltē would be the locative declension, but I'm not really sure which one is right in this case since there are only two tables to go on. Note: I came across this word a few times on Duolingo and it gives the nominative plural as simply "gelti"
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For the word "gelte", the table says the accusative form is geltī, but further down in the summary table that repeats the declensions, the accusative is listed as geltē. Is this is a mistake? Geltē would be the locative declension, but I'm not really sure which one is rightin this case since there are only two tables to go on.

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For the word "gelte", the table says the accusative form is geltī, but further down in the summary table that repeats the declensions, the accusative is listed as geltē. Is this is a mistake? Geltē would be the locative declension, but I'm not really sure which one is rightin this case since there are only two tables to go on.

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