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Featured Word December 31, 2016

Featured Word

December 31, 2016

Eruvos eruvos
(noun) year

"Eruvosse bo med rathhe. Bokselein fundein us du jotsetiid."
eruvosse bo med ratthe boksel1n fund2n us du jotset3d



DovahKiinZaan
December 31, 2016
Good choice
by DovahKiinZaan
December 31, 2016
Good choice

Ruvgein
January 4, 2017
A warm and happy New Eruvos to all.
by Ruvgein
January 4, 2017
A warm and happy New Eruvos to all.

Creedith
January 9, 2017
Ruvgein
A warm and happy New Eruvos to all.

Indeed

 

by Creedith
January 9, 2017
Ruvgein
A warm and happy New Eruvos to all.

Indeed

 


MrFish22
January 12, 2017
How often do they add or change featured words?
by MrFish22
January 12, 2017
How often do they add or change featured words?

paarthurnax
Administrator
January 12, 2017
MrFish22
How often do they add or change featured words?

It's been nearly a year since the last one, but I'll try to do it more regularly.

by paarthurnax
January 12, 2017
MrFish22
How often do they add or change featured words?

It's been nearly a year since the last one, but I'll try to do it more regularly.


Kingofdeath777
January 23, 2017
Creedith
Ruvgein
A warm and happy New Eruvos to all.

Indeed

Rinik pruzah poguk Zu'u med nii

 

by Kingofdeath777
January 23, 2017
Creedith
Ruvgein
A warm and happy New Eruvos to all.

Indeed

Rinik pruzah poguk Zu'u med nii

 


Kingofdeath777
January 23, 2017

Nii los pruzah eruvos fah dovahzul

by Kingofdeath777
January 23, 2017

Nii los pruzah eruvos fah dovahzul


Grohiikviing
January 29, 2017

I have a question concerning plurals in Dovahzul. When speaking to Durnehviir in the Soul Cairn, he says, "The dovah roamed the skies, vying for their small slices of territory..." Since Durnehviir was talking about other dragons plural, why didn't he say, "the dov roamed the skies" or "the dovahhe roamed the skies"? It was clear that Durnehviir was talking about more than one dragon, so then why did he only say "dovah roamed the skies?" 

by Grohiikviing
January 29, 2017

I have a question concerning plurals in Dovahzul. When speaking to Durnehviir in the Soul Cairn, he says, "The dovah roamed the skies, vying for their small slices of territory..." Since Durnehviir was talking about other dragons plural, why didn't he say, "the dov roamed the skies" or "the dovahhe roamed the skies"? It was clear that Durnehviir was talking about more than one dragon, so then why did he only say "dovah roamed the skies?" 


paarthurnax
Administrator
January 29, 2017
@Grohiikviing Good question!

Dragon nouns can be their own plural, like "fish" or "sheep" in English, so that's what's going on in Durnehviir's line there. For example, "pogaan dovah" would mean "many dragons." With the context of "pogaan," it's not necessary to say "pogaan dovahhe."
by paarthurnax
January 29, 2017
@Grohiikviing Good question!

Dragon nouns can be their own plural, like "fish" or "sheep" in English, so that's what's going on in Durnehviir's line there. For example, "pogaan dovah" would mean "many dragons." With the context of "pogaan," it's not necessary to say "pogaan dovahhe."

Grohiikviing
January 29, 2017
paarthurnax
@Grohiikviing Good question! Dragon nouns can be their own plural, like "fish" or "sheep" in English, so that's what's going on in Durnehviir's line there. For example, "pogaan dovah" would mean "many dragons." With the context of "pogaan," it's not necessary to say "pogaan dovahhe."

Thank you very much! This has confused me for a while. Drem Yol Lok. 

by Grohiikviing
January 29, 2017
paarthurnax
@Grohiikviing Good question! Dragon nouns can be their own plural, like "fish" or "sheep" in English, so that's what's going on in Durnehviir's line there. For example, "pogaan dovah" would mean "many dragons." With the context of "pogaan," it's not necessary to say "pogaan dovahhe."

Thank you very much! This has confused me for a while. Drem Yol Lok. 


Dinokfahlaas
February 19, 2017

HAZZA!

by Dinokfahlaas
February 19, 2017

HAZZA!