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High Valyrian


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


paghy (second declension lunar, nominative plural paghi)

  1. breath
    Ñurho valonqro paghyro jēdunna, lo tolijī kepa ñuha kirimvī rhēdos pendan...?
    I wonder if, for those few hours my brother lived, my father finally found happiness. (Literally "... for those few hours of my brother's breath...")
    -Rhaenyra (House of the Dragon, Episode 101)
Singular Plural Paucal Collective
Nominative paghy paghi paghyn paghyr
Accusative paghi paghī paghyni paghyri
Genitive pagho paghoti paghyno paghyro
Dative paghot paghynty paghyrty
Locative paghȳ paghī paghynny paghyrry
Instrumental paghomy paghommi paghyssy paghyrzy
Comitative paghymmy paghyrmy
Vocative paghys paghys paghyssy paghyrzy

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