This generator name will send you 15 random Valyrian names, which are a part of the TV show Game of Thrones and the book series A Song Of Ice and Fire. Valyrian is a group of languages that originally include high-valyrian. High Valyrian variants are spoken in the Nine Free Cities, but the Valyrians, who mostly are referred to as Bastard Valyrian or Low Valyrian, have evolved to a degree that they can almost be regarded as independent languages rather than as independent dialects. The large majority of the names appear to be 'ae.' In either 'y,' 'on,' 'or' or 'ar' men's names appear to stop, although there are exceptions. The names of women appear to end in 'ys' or 'a.' Since the 'ys' end is a part of male and female names, it can be a little difficult to differentiate between the gender and the name, but female names tend to sound more melodic than male names. Valyrian names seem to be typically the Targary family as well as some of the families with Valyrian blood and some of the Free Cities people wishing to emphasize their heritage. Most citizens in free cities seem to have different names, because there are different names. Sadly, we can not get too many valyrian nicknames from which we can build new nicknames. But we believe we have succeeded in doing so anyway. If you want to stick to an established Valyrian branch, 'Baratheon,' 'Celtigar,' 'Qoherys,' 'Targaryen' and 'Velaryon' are surnames of the descent of Valyria.
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The Valyrian language is the most unique and interesting language in the World of Westeros. It has both Old Valyrian and New Valyrian and each version has its own set of characteristics. Old Valyrian is spoken by people who came to Westeros long before the Targaryens came to Westeros and that is why many people don't understand the differences between the two versions. "The Valyrian language is a branch of Valyrian, which means 'of the Seven'. Its name comes from Valos Danylyes the first king of the Seven Kingdoms." -The Valyrian Language by R. A. Salvatore
New Valyrian on the other hand was brought by the Targaryens. It was their language, although it has its own characteristics of its own. "The language of the Targaryens was once known as New Valyrian. It is not an Indo-European language but has many features in common with Latin, Greek and Hebrew."
If you are interested in learning the New Valyrian language, it can be easier to pick up the sounds. The basic sounds are 'h', 'f', 'a 'v' and 'z'. These are easy to pick up and if you have any exposure to Spanish or Italian you will be able to figure out the rules as you go along. If you want to learn the correct pronunciation you should start out with a good Spanish grammar book or course. Once you know the rules of grammar, it's time to move on to pronunciation. For this you can use a simple audio program like Audiobooks and listen to yourself while you read. This will help you learn faster and will improve your pronunciation.