"I greet you eagerly, Mia'cova."

Mia'cova is a phrase in the Old Tongue meaning "one who owns me," or simply "my owner." The title is actually "lashed together," as Moghedien thought, from "mia" meaning "my" and "cova" meaning "owner" or "one who owns."

While in a vacuole, Shaidar Haran conditioned Moghedien with punishment to refer to him with the title. After begin freed from the vacuole, Moghedien also used the title for Moridin, as he was current holder of her cour'souvra.


  1. A Crown of Swords, Chapter 25

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