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Dictionary > Wah

W4 Wah
Word Type[?]
Official Definition[?]

(Book, Songs of Skyrim)
(Book, Dragon Language: Myth No More)
(Dialogue File, 000D2CF5, 000D2DBF)
(POGGLE, p. 1097)

Expanded Definition[?]

prep. to (indicates infinitive); to (indicates indirect object); to, with (indicates relation); to (expressing condition or state); to, at, towards; versus, against


Dovahkiin, Dovahkiin, naal ok zin los vahriin, wah dein vokul mahfaeraak ahst vaal!
Dragonborn, Dragonborn, by his honor is sworn, To keep evil forever at bay!
(Book, Songs of Skyrim)

Huzrah nu, kul do od, wah aan bok lingrah vod, Aahrk fin tey, boziik fun, do fin gein!
Hearken now, sons of snow, to an age, long ago, and the tale, boldly told, of the one!
(Book, Songs of Skyrim)

Wo lost fron wah ney dov, ahrk fin reyliik do jul, voth aan suleyk wah ronit faal krein!
Who was kin to both wyrm, and the races of man, with a power to rival the sun!
(Book, Songs of Skyrim)

Pogaan nahlaas, vokrii wah jun.
Many alive, restored to (the) light.
(Paarthurnax, 000D2CF5)

Ruth wah nivahriin joor!
Rage/curses to (you) cowardly mortal!
(Alduin, 000C64F1)

Thu'um wah Thu'um!
Shout versus Shout!
(Odahviing, 000D2DBF)

No connotations to note.
No etymology to note.

Used most commonly to indicate infinitive verbs. Often absent from speech and writing. May sometimes be contracted as -a. (Rok funta koraav ‘he failed to see’, 0009C218)