Dictionary > Sadonvum
No official translation given.
adv. in the manner of a graybeard
v. to age, to make or become graybearded
Modir fin Sadonvum wahlaan qethsegol zeymahii vahrukt Oskar, wen zul los sahlo ahrk ni sahrot Thu’um do ok brod.
[Modir the Greybeard raised (this) stone (in) his brother’s memory, Oskar whose voice was weak and not (the) mighty Thu’um of his clan.]
(Unused Word Wall for Zul, Throw Voice)
Respectful, connotes great age and wisdom.
Compound of sadon ‘gray’ and vum ‘beard’.
Unknown whether this refers to a member of the Greybeards, or is more likely an adjective describing someone who is gray-bearded. Similar, better understood words such as wuth ‘old’ and onik ‘wise’ should be used instead when referring to age.