Īlōnda

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High Valyrian

Etymology

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Pronunciation

(Classical) IPA(key): /iːˈloːnda/

Pronoun

īlōnda (first declension lunar, nominative singular nykēla)

  1. (reflexive) ourselves; third person plural reflexive personal pronoun, nominative case
  2. (emphatic) us, we ourselves; third person plural emphatic personal pronoun, nominative case
Inflection
Plural
Nominative īlōnda
Accusative īlōnde
Genitive īlōndo
Dative īlōndot
Locative īlōndā
Instrumental īlōndosa
Comitative īlōndoma
Vocative īlōndus
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