Sesīr

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High Valyrian

Etymology

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Pronunciation

(Classical) IPA(key): /ˈsesiːr/

Rhymes: -esiːr

Adverb

sesīr

  1. also, even, and also
    Morghot nēdyssy sesīr zūgusy azantys vestras.
    The knight says that even the brave men fear death.
  2. now
    Sesīr īlot jagon!
    Now let us go!

Conjunction

sesīr

  1. and now, and so, and
    Sesīr urnēbion zȳhon keliton issa.
    And now his watch is ended.
    Tubī hae kesīr sittāks, sesīr kirine iksan.
    You were born on a day like this one, and so I am happy.