Those who are fans of A Song of Ice and Fire probably already know this, but for those who don’t, two fans of the series started a blog a while back where they cook and catalog each and every dish mentioned in one of the books of A Song of Ice and Fire (and there… Continue reading Food, Glorious Food!
I got a question from Hrakkar which begins: This thread brings up a good question: What is ‘lexical form’ for Dothraki? To read the full question, go here. Basically, I think there’s two questions here: What is the citation or dictionary form of a given Dothraki word? What is the bare stem in Dothraki? I’ll… Continue reading Citation Form
I just learned that today is the birthday of Dothraki.org forum member Daenerys. Majin yeraan, zhey khaleesi, astak anha ki, “Asshekhqoyi vezhvena!” I’m not sure how (or if) the Dothraki would celebrate a birthday, but it occurred to me that they’d probably have a word to describe it (it’s a significant enough day in a… Continue reading Asshekhqoyi Vezhvena!
I’ve gotten a few questions about the script in the header (the one in black below the word “Dothraki” in white), so I thought I’d address it, even though it doesn’t relate much to Dothraki itself. First (in case there’s anyone who can’t make it out), it’s intended to say “Dothraki” in English (works if… Continue reading The Header Script
Note: This post originally appeared at dothraki.conlang.org. As it makes more sense for it to be here, I’ve moved it over (though the original post still exists). So it turned out to be more than a few days, but I’ve finally finished coining new Dothraki words based on the names of those who asked questions… Continue reading New Dothraki Words