Zbērigon

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High Valyrian

Etymology

From z- +‎ bērigon.

Pronunciation

(Classical) IPA(key): /ˈzbeːriɡon/

Rhymes: -eːriɡon

Verb

zbērigon (consonant-final, perfect participle zbērita)

  1. (of things) to hang (with locative) from something
  2. (with possessive adjective and yrgot)[1] to burden, to nag, to curse, to plague (literally "to hang at the neck(s) of")
    aōha muña trēsi sikos, jevo yrgoti zbērion.
    Until your mother brings forth a son, you are all cursed with me.
    -Daemon (House of the Dragon, Episode 101)
Inflection

Notes

  1. The possessive adjective used should correspond to the person and number of the object, and take the locative solar agreement of yrgot (singular/collective object) or yrgoti (plural/paucal object).