Īlvon

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High Valyrian

Etymology

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Pronunciation

(Classical) IPA(key): /ˈiːlvon/

Pronoun

īlvon (third declension terrestrial, nominative plural īlva)

  1. ours; first person plural possessive pronoun, nominative/accusative case
Inflection
Singular Plural Paucal Collective
Nominative īlvon īlva īlvun īlvor
Accusative īlvuni īlvondi
Genitive īlvo īlvoti īlvuno īlvondo
Dative īlvot īlvunto
Locative īlvunno īlvorro
Instrumental īlvoso īlvossi īlvusso īlvorzo
Comitative īlvummo īlvormo
Vocative īlvos īlvas īlvusso īlvorzo
Related Terms

Possessive Adjective

īlvon

  1. prepositive/postpositive nominative/accusative terrestrial singular/collective of īlva
Inflection