"The wise men are praising the Unsullied."
Translation:Sylvī vali Dovaogēdī rijis.
"Dovaogēdy" is the nominative singular, "Dovaogēdi" is the nominative plural and the accusative singular. "Dovaogēdī" (accusative plural) is used here because "the Unsullied" are the direct object of the sentence. Although since the English sentence is ambiguous as to whether there is one or more Unsullied, "Dovaogēdi" should theoretically be correct too.