Game of Thrones overload: Fans will get to learn the Dothraki language
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Game of Thrones fans are going to love this.
Agence France-Presse (via ABS-CBNnews.com) reports: "Like Star Trek’s Klingon before it, the invented language of the Dothraki people-an imaginary race of horse-borne warriors from the steppes of Essos-now has a grammar and vocabulary guide."
The report explained that the fictional language’s creator, linguist David Peterson, "began the development of the tongue to add some realism to the dialogue of the fantasy figures, but now plans to develop it into an ongoing shared project."
As such, a Dothraki language book, which comes with audio samples, is set to be released in November.
That’s not all.
The report revealed that the book will also have "cultural and etiquette tips for those hoping to slip more thoroughly into the skin of the nomadic raiders and their culture of warfare, honor, and horsemanship."
As the Dothraki say, "Hazi davrae (That’s good)." (At least we hope that’s what it really says.)
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