The infinitive form of the verb is: nagegon
v. V-fin. to sweat
From Dothraki Wiki
Edit: I am still trying to understand how this vocabulary page works, and I can see there is a link for this verb that indicates the "High Valyrian Verb Tables", putting it between the vowel-final verbs, and exactly in the E-stems verbs. So, there are different verb stems and not only vowel-final verbs, also there are consonant-final verbs and irregular verbs.
Does anyone know why it is nuha muna nages and not muna nuha nages? Earlier they say muna nuha for my mother, so why would it change?
Putting the adjective after the noun (muña ñuha) instead of the reverse (ñuha muña), which is the basic way, is more official or honorific. Compare "mother of mine" and "my mother".
should i pronounce the "n" that has a wave like in spanish ? i cannot know without any sons
Does "nages" stay the same if you use plural? For example, would "nages" change at all if you said "My men are sweating."? Or would it be correct to say "Ñuha vale nages."? (vala changes to vale because it changed to plural).
Curious choice of a verb to put this early on… ❤❤❤❤❤❤, Duolingo, I want to learn useful High Valyrian!
Doesn't this language have alienable and inalienable possession?
I thought I heard that, if I'm right then which 'my' is this 'my'?