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High Valyrian


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(Classical) IPA(key): /liːr/

Rhymes: -iːr


līr (irregular aquatic, nominative plural lura)

  1. that which (is), that that (is), what (is) (for abstract or uncountable entities)
    Ñuhor līr gūrēnna.
    I will take what is mine.
Singular Plural Paucal Collective
Nominative līr lura lurin lurir
Accusative lurini luriri
Genitive lurio lurȳti lurino luriro
Dative luriot lurinti lurirti
Locative līr lurinni lurirri
Instrumental lurȳsi lurȳssi lurissi lurirzi
Comitative lurȳmi lurȳmmi lurimmi lurirmi
Vocative lȳs luas lurissi lurirzi
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