19 Words That Have A Totally Different Meaning On "Game Of Thrones"

A wedding doesn't mean what you think it means. Spoilers ahead for anyone not up to date with the last episode.

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3. "Winter is coming"

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What it usually means: The coldest season of the year, usually accompanied by snow and ice, is about to hit your geographical location.

What it means in Westeros: You better run 'cause shit is about to go down.

4. "The Wall"

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What it usually means: A structure that typically provides shelter or security.

What it means in Westeros: A 700-foot structure made of solid ice that is defended by the Night's Watch and (usually) keeps out the wildlings.

5. "Viper"

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What it usually means: A venomous snake that will probably kill you OR a really fast sports car.

What it means in Westeros: A beloved but cocky son of a bitch who should've just listened to Tyrion and worn a helmet.

6. "Mountain"

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What it usually means: A large landform that is usually part of a range of breathtaking scenery.

What it means in Westeros: A large human who will gouge your eyes and crush your head until it explodes.

8. "Snow"

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What it usually means: White stuff that falls from the sky in winter.

What it means in Westeros: A very attractive (but sort of depressing) bastard who knows nothing. (Or a psychotic, evil bastard who needs to fucking relax.)

13. "Hound"

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What it usually means: A type of dog that has really floppy ears and looks majestic as fuck when running.

What it means in Westeros: A ruthless killer with a half-burnt face who seriously hates the king.

15. "Purple"

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What it usually means: A range of color hues occurring between red and blue.

What it means in Westeros: The color of King Joffrey Baratheon's face when he was poisoned and killed. (YAAAAASS)

18. "Family"

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What it usually means: A group of people affiliated by birth or marriage who sometimes fight but still love each other.

What it means in Westeros: A group of people affiliated by birth or marriage who play too many literal rounds of "Kill, Fuck, Marry."