Mandalorian (adj.)?

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Mandalorian (adj.)?

Unread postby Kad Tracyn » 04 Aug 2016 19:02

So I was thinking about the word Mandalorian as an adjective in Mando'a. Mando'ad(e) means a son/daughter of Mandalore, so wouldn't Mando'adla mean a Mandalorian object?
I know this example is a little bit off, but here's one anyways:
Mando'adla tracy'ur might mean 'Mandalorian Blaster'. Or is there already an existing word for that?
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Re: Mandalorian (adj.)?

Unread postby Vlet Hansen » 05 Aug 2016 03:46

I'd really just use Mando'la, unless I had cause to refer to the Mandalorian people specifically.
I think of Mando as the word, and Mando'ad as kind of a demonym
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Re: Mandalorian (adj.)?

Unread postby Kad Tracyn » 09 Aug 2016 08:24

Vlet Hansen wrote:I'd really just use Mando'la, unless I had cause to refer to the Mandalorian people specifically.
I think of Mando as the word, and Mando'ad as kind of a demonym

Interesting, I hadn't thought of that. It does make more sense, though.
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