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The Dothraki are notoriously mistrusting of outsiders, and so they have different greetings for fellow Dothraki and for greeting foreigners, or ifaki. (The word ifaki is considered derogatory in Dothraki.) When greeting fellow riders in their own khalasar, Dothraki will use the expression, m’athchomaroon meaning respect. For ifaki, they will use the expression Athchomar chomakaan/chomakea! which literally means Respect to one that is respectful! This greeting serves as a warning to outsiders: respect us, and you will be treated with respect. Otherwise: watch out.