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Noalath

Etymology 1

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!

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈdɔn/

Adjective

don (nominative singular, positive form)

  1. dear, darling, cherished, precious
Inflection
Positive Comparative Superlative
Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Nominative don doni donaga donagazh donékra donékrazh
Objective jon joni jonaga jonagazh jonékra jonékrazh
Genitive non noni nonaga nonagazh nonékra nonékrazh
Vocative dhon dhoni dhonaga dhonagazh dhonékra dhonékrazh
Adverbial donash donagash donékrash

Etymology 2

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!

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈdɔn/

Pronoun

don (genitive second person plural, singular tsef)

  1. of you, of you all; second person plural personal pronoun, genitive case
Inflection