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* ''[[Khalasar]]'' - Dothraki clan or tribe, led by a ''khal''.
 
* ''[[Khalasar]]'' - Dothraki clan or tribe, led by a ''khal''.
 
* ''Ko'' - ''Kos'' are lieutenants of a ''khal'', commanding subdivisions of a ''khalasar''. On the death of a ''khal'', a ''ko'' may try to become the new ''khal'', or split off his own riders to form a new, smaller ''khalasar''.
 
* ''Ko'' - ''Kos'' are lieutenants of a ''khal'', commanding subdivisions of a ''khalasar''. On the death of a ''khal'', a ''ko'' may try to become the new ''khal'', or split off his own riders to form a new, smaller ''khalasar''.
* ''Qoy Qoyi'' - (literally, "blood of my blood") "[[Bloodrider]]", a Dothraki warrior that has pledged his life to the service of a ''khal''.
 
 
* ''Me nem nesa'' - "it is known"<ref>[http://www.dothraki.com/2012/06/ei-mahrazhith-drivoe/ David J. Peterson's blog], Dothraki.com, June 4, 2012</ref>
 
* ''Me nem nesa'' - "it is known"<ref>[http://www.dothraki.com/2012/06/ei-mahrazhith-drivoe/ David J. Peterson's blog], Dothraki.com, June 4, 2012</ref>
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* ''Qoy Qoyi'' - (literally, "blood of my blood") "[[Bloodrider]]", a Dothraki warrior that has pledged his life to the service of a ''khal''.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==

Revision as of 00:44, February 6, 2013

"There is no word for "thank you" in Dothraki."
Jorah Mormont[src]

Dothraki is the language spoken by the Dothraki people.

Important Terminology

  • Khal - Dothraki warlord.
  • Khaleesi - The wife of the khal.
  • Khalasar - Dothraki clan or tribe, led by a khal.
  • Ko - Kos are lieutenants of a khal, commanding subdivisions of a khalasar. On the death of a khal, a ko may try to become the new khal, or split off his own riders to form a new, smaller khalasar.
  • Me nem nesa - "it is known"[1]
  • Qoy Qoyi - (literally, "blood of my blood") "Bloodrider", a Dothraki warrior that has pledged his life to the service of a khal.

Behind the scenes

The Dothraki language was created by David J. Peterson of the Language Creation Society, and as of May 2011 has a vocabulary of over 2,500 words. He has also worked on other languages for the show, such as Skroth and Asshai'i.

References

  1. David J. Peterson's blog, Dothraki.com, June 4, 2012

See also

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