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  5. "Kesi ñurha sētera issi."

"Kesi ñurha sētera issi."

Translation:These ones are my magic spells.

August 12, 2017



Can someone help explain how "ñuha" changes? For example, I've tried finding "ñurha" on the Dothraki wiki, but couldn't find anything, so I look up "ñuha" on here: https://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Vocabulary#N and looked at the links to the tables, but I still didn't find the information I was looking for, except here (https://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Pronouns#Personal_pronouns) where I found "ñuha" means "my", and "ñuhon" means "mine". Would someone be able to help explain how "ñuha" works please?


Ñuha changes in a variety of ways depending on which gender it's being applied to.

It's considered a Class 1 adjective.



So in this case wouldn't be ñuhra instead?

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