Frequently Asked Questions

How do I translate my name into Trigedasleng?

The easy answer is to sound it out, and spell it using these spelling rules. Names in Trigedasleng aren't really "translated"--just respelled to fit the romanization system devised by the language's creator.

What language is Trigedasleng based on? Is Trigedasleng related to any other language? Is Trigedasleng a creole?

English, no, and no. Trigedasleng is based entirely on English. See this grammar article for more information.

How do you say "my/our/your/her/his/its/their fight is (not/never) over"?

This is probably the most common question, especially by fans who are fond of tattoos. Here's a full list of variations on this incredibly common Trigedasleng phrase:

  • My fight is over.
    Ai gonplei ste odon.
  • My fight is not over.
    Ai gonplei nou ste odon.
  • My fight is never over.
    Ai gonplei nou ste odon nowe.
  • Your fight is over.
    Yu gonplei ste odon.
  • Your fight is not over.
    Yu gonplei nou ste odon.
  • Your fight is never over.
    Yu gonplei nou ste odon nowe.
  • Her fight is over. / His fight is over. / Its fight is over.
    Em gonplei ste odon.
  • Her fight is not over. / His fight is not over. / Its fight is not over.
    Em gonplei nou ste odon.
  • Her fight is never over. / His fight is never over. / Its fight is never over.
    Em gonplei nou ste odon nowe.
  • Their fight is over.
    Emo gonplei ste odon.
  • Their fight is not over.
    Emo gonplei nou ste odon.
  • Their fight is never over.
    Emo gonplei nou ste odon nowe.
  • Our fight is over.
    Oso gonplei ste odon.
  • Our fight is not over.
    Oso gonplei nou ste odon.
  • Our fight is never over.
    Oso gonplei nou ste odon nowe.

How do you say X in Trigedasleng? I want to get a tattoo!

Whatever line from the show you want to get tattooed on your bad self, it's most likely on the translations page. If you can't find it there, or there's just too much information to sift through, we have a really handy search bar at the top of every page. If you really can't find what you're looking for, email mods@trigedasleng.info, where you'll get an answer within 24 hours or a recommendation to ask Peterson himself.

Who made Trigedasleng?

David J. Peterson, lover of cats, hater of onions, and creator also of Dothraki, High Valyrian, Castithan, Irathient, Indosjnen, Shivaisith, Noalath, and more.

How do you say "I love you" in Trigedasleng?

Ai hod yu in.

How do you say "may we meet again" in Trigedasleng?

Mebi oso na hit choda op nodotaim.

Is the information on this site accurate? How up to date is the information on this site? How complete is the information on this site?

The site is updated at least once a week with any information made available since the last update including, but not limited to, information from Twitter and Tumblr. I am not David Peterson, so this site can only contain as much information as is available to any user of the great wide interwebs. That said, this site aims to contain ALL the information available to any user of the internet in one central location. Information is confirmed and accurate unless it has a flag attached to it. Between flags and entry notes, it is possible to determine how accurate an entry is or in what way it is or may be inaccurate and thereby decide whether you would like to make use of it or not.

How do I pronounce stuff in Trigedasleng?

Like this. You can also listen to the audio files associated with most terms and translations.