Jāhon

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High Valyrian

Etymology

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Pronunciation

(Classical) IPA(key): /ˈɟaːhon/

Pronoun

jāhon (third declension terrestrial, nominative plural jāha)

  1. hers, his, its; third person singular terrestrial/aquatic possessive pronoun, nominative/accusative case
Inflection
Singular Plural Paucal Collective
Nominative jāhon jāha jāhun jāhor
Accusative jāhuni jāhondi
Genitive jāho jāhoti jāhuno jāhondo
Dative jāhot jāhunto
Locative jāhunno jāhorro
Instrumental jāhoso jāhossi jāhusso jāhorzo
Comitative jāhummo jāhormo
Vocative jāhos jāhas jāhusso jāhorzo
Related Terms

Possessive Adjective

jāhon

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