Dictionary > Bormahu
(Dialogue File, 0009C213)
n. Akatosh, father of dragons; our father
His doom was written when he claimed for himself the lordship that properly belongs to Bormahu - our father Akatosh.
Zeymahi lost ont du'ul Bormahu.
My brother was once the crown of our father.
Not a name but a grammatical construction that refers to the speaker’s father. Only refers to Akatosh when used by dragons.
Bormah ‘father’ with the possessive suffix ‘-u’.