For those of you who don't know, both can be used as greeting. They aren't usually used for their literal meanings.
WAIT, THIS IS A GREETING? Can not we say just Rytsas?
Yes. This is just another form of greeting.
This is surely a bizarre language.
I can imagine myself in a family reunion and saying: "Hey, family! All the men must die! Thank you!"
really would be pretty funny XD
Apparently "Rytsas, valar morghūlis" is a valid greeting
hello! all men must die! kinda dark for a greeting.
This language was made for the TV series "A Game of Thrones", which was based on the book series "A Song of Ice and Fire". The greeting reflects the people's cultural values.
"morghūlis" is pronounced differently than in the series, right?
Yeah, DJP says the actors don't really pronounce things right.
Yep, a voiced glottal fricative
really a very peculiar language, just imagine how funny it would be in a formal conversation with friends or family you simply say "All men must die" or "All men must serve" kkkk
how do you serve when you're dead?