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Astapori Valyrian

Etymology

From High Valyrian ao (nominative); from High Valyrian (genitive/dative).

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈo/

Pronoun

o (nominative/genitive second person singular, plural jim)

  1. you; second person singular personal pronoun, nominative case
  2. of you, your, to you; second person singular personal pronoun, genitive/dative case

Creation and Usage Notes

I specifically made the sound changes work the way they did to get this pronoun. How brash to refer to someone as o! I loved the idea. Reminded me of the first time I saw the soundtrack to Cirque du Soleil's O. I was like, "How DARE you! I LOVE it!" Of course this isn't even the boldest form this one takes. That honor goes to oo.

-David J. Peterson 14:45, 24 April 2019 (PDT)

Trigedasleng

Etymology

From English or.

Pronunciation

IPA(key): /ˈɔ/

Rhymes:

Conjunction

o

  1. or
    Step of o em wan op!
    Back off or he dies!
    -Seiku (The 100, Episode 406)