Khaleesi is a title given to the wife of a Dothraki warlord in the universe of the George R. R. Martin’s series A Song of Ice and Fire, popularly known as Game of Thrones after the name of the first book in the series and the television adaptation. It is roughly equivalent to “queen.”
Khaleesi is a title that the Dothraki use to designate the wife of a khal, which is the leader of a khalasar. If her husband dies before her, the khaleesi is taken to Vaes Dothrak, the holy city of the Dothraki people, to serve as a counselor for all khalasars as one of the dosh khaleen.
Drogo is a khal or warlord of the Dothraki, the famed nomadic horse-lords of the eastern continent beyond the Narrow Sea. The Dothraki are fierce warriors, skilled in battle, unrelenting in combat and known for savagery towards non-Dothraki.
The Dothraki are a race of nomadic horse-mounted warriors in Essos, the continent to the east of Westeros across the Narrow Sea. They inhabit the vast central plains of Essos, known as the Dothraki sea. Their bond with horses is such that Dothraki are said to be born, fight, and die in the saddle.
Khal Drogo was “sun and stars” to his Khaleesi, and in turn, she was the “moon of his life.” Whether it’s in Dothraki or in the Common Tongue of the Seven Kingdoms, I need to hear him say “moon of my life” at least one more time.
In the novel, she is around 22 when she is killed by Jon Snow, but on the show, she would be around 25 when she is stabbed to death.
Daenerys Targaryen, having just won King’s Landing and the Iron Throne that she’d been attempting to capture for years, was murdered. By her nephew, lover, and the show’s other main hero— Jon Snow.
On “Game of Thrones” — which aired on HBO for eight seasons between 2011 and 2019 — Momoa played Khal Drogo, the controversial husband of Clarke’s character, Daenerys Targaryen.
Mirri either poisoned Drogo or, more than likely, she deliberately did a poor job of treating his wound and allowed it to become infected, so she would have the pretext to enact her ritual which transformed Khal Drogo into an insensible shell of a person.
If Khal Drogo stayed alive then he would spend all the war of 5 kings, busy generating money from slavery to build the necessary fleet needed to go to Westeros. Drogo wasn’t a savage as the show portray him. He had a palace in Pentos which was guarded by Unsullied.
Actor Jason Momoa is looking forward to a number of big roles, not back at previous characters like his Khal Drogo on “Game of Thrones,” he said in a recent New York Times interview.
The Dothraki are a combination of the Huns, Mongols, and Native American horse tribes of the Great Plains like the Apache. They do not have the composite bow or the organizational apparatus or tactics of the Mongols, but do resemble them in other ways.
His height is 193 centimetres ( 6 feet and 4 inches ), and weight is 106 kg. 1 m 93 cm. He got popularity for His television roles as Ronon Dex (2005–09) on the military science fiction TV series Stargate: Atlantis and as Khal Drogo in the HBO medieval fantasy TV series Game of Thrones (2011-2012).
It may look like gibberish, but all the lines spoken in Valyrian — a language split into many dialects and across various regions of the “Game of Thrones” world — are linguistically correct. They were written by linguist David J. Peterson, who has created over 50 fictional languages, mostly for movies and TV shows.