"Five kings are coming to this city."
Translation:Tōmyz dāryssy keso oktiot umāzisi.
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It says on wiki.dothraki.org as a footnote (#8) after singular terrestrial locative for bona (which applies equally to kesa): "The -t is omitted before a consonant, but retained before a vowel," so yes, according to the wiki, it should be omitted. Source: http://wiki.dothraki.org/High_Valyrian_Adjectives#cite_note-t-7 In addition, on the High Valyrian here on Duolingo, it concurs: "Again, for singular forms that end in t (excluding those that end in ȳrot) the t reappears when the following word begins with a vowel." Source: https://www.duolingo.com/skill/hv/Locative/tips-and-notes Good catch!