Valyrian languages

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Revision as of 14:46, 16 May 2014

Proto-Valyrian
High Valyrian
Low Valyrian
(Free Cities)
Ghiscari Valyrian
Slavers Bay Valyrian
Northern Low Valyrian
Southern Low Valyrian
Southern S.B. Valyrian
Braavosi
Lorathi
Pentoshi
Norvosi
Qohorik
Myrish
Tyroshi
Lyseni
Volantene
New Ghis
Astapori
Yunkish
Meereenese


Note: for the purpose of charts like this, "Low Valyrian" refers specifically to the Free Cities dialects, but more commonly the term is used to encompas all the descendants of High Valyrian, including the Ghiscari ones.

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