"The king favors my daughter."

Translation:Dārys ñuho talo vaoresas.

September 6, 2017

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There seems to be an error here. Tala (daughter) is 1st declension lunar, meaning that the locative should be talā. The sentence, as currently written, says "The king favors my daughter's...". Even if the speaker intended to use the genitive in this sentence, it is still not a complete sentence because it doesn't tell us what my daughter has that the king favors.


no, it's correct. "vaoresagon" stands with a dative or genitive (see http://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Vocabulary#V), therefore "talo" as well as "talot" should both be ok. not sure though which of them is preferred or if there might be differences in meaning. what makes you think it should be a locative?


kirimvose! really helped me understand this better :)

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