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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): /ˈdiːnaɡon/

Rhymes: -iːnaɡon


dīnagon (consonant-final, perfect participle dīnta)

  1. to put, to place (a thing in its associated location e.g. to put a shirt on a torso, but not a book on a table)
    Sȳndrori jorrāelis lȳr ozdakonot ziry dīntis.
    Those who love the darkness chased her away.
    -Zanrush (Game of Thrones, Episode 601)
  2. (of officiants) to marry, to wed (with accusative) somebody (with comitative) to somebody else
    Ao ynoma dīnilūks?
    Will you marry me?