The Dothraki alphabet was invented by Carlos and Patrícia Carrion as a way to write the Dothraki language, a constructed language created by David J. Peterson for the television series, Game of Thrones, and based on the invented words and phrases used in George R. R. Martin's series of books entitled A Song of Ice and Fire.
The first row of letters are in the Ancient Dothraki alphabet. The second row are in the New Dothraki alphabet.
Shieraki gori ha yeraan!
The stars are charging for you.
(Said to someone who is going into battle.)
Hash yer dothrae chek asshekh?
How are you today?
(Do you ride well today?)
Anha dothrak chek asshekh.
I feel well today.
(I ride well today.)
Carlos and Patrícia have also invented a script that the Dothraki script was based on: the Valyrian script. Here are the details:
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