"Ñuha muña Targārien issa."

Translation:My mother is a Targaryen.

March 14, 2018

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Why is the article "a" needed before Targaryen?


I reported it, "My mother is a Targaryen" seems equal to "My mother is Targaryen".

Unless there's an exclusively adjective form of "Targārien" that exists.


I would think it's because generally that's what you'd say. Like I'd say, "My ex was a Grant", not "My ex was Grant", because that was the ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤'s last name.


So, Targaryen is a family name or a lan name and not a race, then? It accepts the definite as well as the indefinite article but does not accept not article. That suggests that Targaryen is a clan or family name, not a race, tribe, or geographical affiliation. No, I have never watche Game of Thrones.

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