Translation:The men are happy and the women are wise.
I think I've grasped the different types of "And":
Noun 1 + Noun 2 = Noun 1 Noun 2 (vowel lengthened).
"The man and the wolf" = Vala zoklā
Clause 1 + Clause 2 = Clause 1 se Clause 2.
"The knight is sweating and the owl is sleeping" = Azantys nages se atroksia ēdrus.
Kirimvose! It would have been useful if this had been mentioned somewhere in the tips and notes
What about where noun 1 and 2 are the subject?
Like "The men and tge women are eating"
Why is "sylvī"? Shouldn't being "sylvi" because is nominative?
Thanks in advance!
Because the citation form is sylvie. Presuably the nominative plural was, at one time sylvii, and then this contracted to sylvī. For a chart of all the forms, see: http://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Adjectives#Class_III