Tolvȳn

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High Valyrian

Etymology

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Pronunciation

(Classical) IPA(key): /ˈtolvyːn/

Pronoun

tolvȳn (third declension terrestrial, nominative plural tolvȳni)

  1. everything (for inanimate entities)
  2. nominative paucal of tolvion
Inflection
Singular Plural Paucal Collective
Nominative tolvion tolvia tolvȳn tolvior
Accusative tolvȳni tolvȳndi
Genitive tolvio tolvȳti tolvȳno tolvȳndo
Dative tolviot tolvȳnto
Locative tolvȳnno tolvȳrro
Instrumental tolvȳso tolvȳssi tolvȳsso tolvȳrzo
Comitative tolvȳmmo tolvȳrmo
Vocative tolvios tolvīs tolvȳsso tolvȳrzo
Paucal Plural Collective Plural
Nominative tolvȳni tolviori
Accusative tolvȳnī tolviorī
Genitive tolvȳnoti tolvioroti
Dative
Locative
Instrumental tolvȳssi tolviorzi
Comitative tolvȳmmi tolviormi
Vocative tolvȳssis tolviorzis