I don't think so because "līris" can be translated as "He/She/It is smiling" so it's referring to a specific man so it would need an article e.g "A/The". Hope that helps. Have a look here: https://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Verb_Tables#I-stems
I think this is correct:
- I am smiling - Līrin
- You are smiling - Līrī
- He/She/It is smiling - Līris
- We are smiling - Līrī
- You all are smiling - Līrīt
- They are smiling - Līrisi
Hope this helps. I just copied them from the present row from 1s to 3pl, and just changed the endings. I found the words here if you're interested. https://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Vocabulary.
Just look up "ilīrigon" and click on one of the links. You should find it. Hope this helps!
Wait. I though it's ilirigon. Then why is it only lirin o lirisi? Should it be ilirit or ilirisi?
Wouldn't that be līris vala? Since usually the adjective is in front of the noun.
Just thinking here how this sentence reminds me of the word "Valirya" itself. If vala is "man" Valirya might be something like "the land of men"?
Since "liris" is the verb, it comes after the subject, I guess? No adjective in this sentence.
"Vala liris" can both be translated as "The man smiles", and as "The man is smiling". "Vala liris issa" is grammatically incorrect in High Valyrian, as the continuous aspect of verbs are formed periphrastically, or either known in context.
I just guessing here but Vala might be only "man" while Valar might be "all men", right?