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High Valyrian


The etymology of this word comes from an invisible proto-language. If you're confident you know the etymology, feel free to add it, but reader beware should the etymology be added by someone other than the creator of the language!


(Classical) IPA(key): /ˈaːbra/


ābra (first declension lunar, plural ābri)

  1. woman
    Ābra vale urnes.
    The woman sees the man.
Singular Plural Paucal Collective
Nominative ābra ābri ābrun ābrar
Accusative ābre ābrī ābruni ābrari
Genitive ābro ābroti ābruno ābraro
Dative ābrot ābrunta ābrarta
Locative ābrā ābrunna ābrarra
Instrumental ābrosa ābrossi ābrussa ābrarza
Comitative ābroma ābrommi ābrumma ābrarma
Vocative ābrus ābris ābrussa ābrarza

Derived terms