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High Valyrian


From an invisible proto-language
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(Classical) IPA(key): /ˈlaenor/


Coined by George R. R. Martin.

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Proper Noun

Laenor (third declension aquatic)

  1. A male given name
    Laenor sȳz vala se gīmije azantys issa.
    Laenor is a good man and a fine knight.
    -Daemon (House of the Dragon, Episode 105)
Singular Plural Paucal Collective
Nominative Laenor Lāedra Lāedrun Lāedror
Accusative Lāedruni Lāedrori
Genitive Lāedro Lāedroti Lāedruno Lāedroro
Dative Lāedrot Lāedrunto Lāedrorto
Locative Lāedrunno Lāedrorro
Instrumental Lāedroso Lāedrossi Lāedrusso Lāedrorzo
Comitative Lāedrummo Lāedrormo
Vocative Laenos Laenas Lāedrusso Lāedrorzo