Tool for translating the Dothraki alphabet, the unique writing system of the language spoken by the fearsome nomadic warriors in the Game of Thrones universe.
Dothraki Alphabet - dCode
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Dothraki is a fictional language spoken by the warrior people of the Dothraki in the television series Game of Thrones. This language, created by David J. Peterson, is only oral, but fans (Carlos & Patrícia Carrion) have proposed an UNOFFICIAL alphabet inspired by the series and the book Game of Thrones ( A Song of Ice and Fire) from George RR Martin.
To write in Dothraki, use the symbols of the Dothraki alphabet according to the correspondence table:
Note the absence of the letter C which can be replaced by K or S depending on the pronunciation, the absence of the vowel U and the absence of the consonant X.
To read Dothraki, begin by replacing each Dothraki symbol/glyph with its corresponding letter(s) (lookup table above).
The message may be written in spoken Dothraki, so a dictionary translation may be necessary, some fans have suggested translations here (link)
The Dothraki language is recognizable by their visual appearance of curved, sometimes barred features.
All the references to the Game of Thrones series, to the Dothraki nomadic warrior people, to Khals like Drogo, to horses, or to Daenerys are clues.
The written Dothraki is not an official version, so there are likely other fan variations.
Additionally, the authors of this version also proposed an ancient/old Dothraki, with symbols representing horse, bow, bird or butterfly.
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Dothraki Alphabet on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-12-05,