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Hodor!
George R.R. Martin
Hodor," said Hodor.
George R.R. Martin (A Song of Ice and Fire (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1-4))
When you smell our candles burning, what does it make you think of, my child?" Winterfell, she might have said. I smell snow and smoke and pine needles. I smell the stables. I smell Hodor laughing, and Jon and Robb battling in the yard, and Sansa singing about some stupid lady fair. I smell the crypts where the stone kings sit. I smell hot bread baking. I smell the godswood. I smell my wolf. I smell her fur, almost as if she were still beside me. "I don't smell anything," she said.
George R.R. Martin (A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, #4))
Hoooodor," said Hodor, swaying. "Hooooooodor, hoooooodor, hoDOR, hoDOR, hoDOR." Sometimes he liked to do this, just saying his name different ways, over and over and over.
George R.R. Martin (A Storm of Swords: Steel and Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3: Part 1 of 2))
Hodor, hush,” said Bran. “Be quiet now. No more stupid hodoring.
George R.R. Martin (A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3))
Hodor?" "Hodor.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
His elk?” said Bran, wonderstruck. “His elk?” said Meera, startled. “His ravens?” said Jojen. “Hodor?” said Hodor.
George R.R. Martin (A Song of Ice and Fire, 5-Book Boxed Set: A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, A Feast for Crows, A Dance with Dragons (Song of Ice & Fire 1-5))
Hodor’s real name was Walder. No one knew where “Hodor” had come from, she said, but when he started saying it, they started calling him by it. It was the only word he had.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
¿En qué piensas cuando hueles nuestras velas, mi niña? «En Invernalia —le podría haber respondido—. Huelen a nieve, a humo y a agujas de pino. Huelen a los establos. Huelen a las risas de Hodor, y a Jon y a Robb entrenándose juntos en el patio, y a Sansa cantando alguna canción idiota sobre alguna bella dama. Huelen a las criptas donde están sentados los reyes de piedra; huelen a pan caliente en el horno; huelen al bosque de dioses. Huelen a mi loba y huelen a su pelaje; es casi como si la tuviera al lado.»
George R.R. Martin
He said.” Jojen frowned. “This . . . Coldhands?” “That wasn’t his true name,” said Gilly, rocking. “We only called him that, Sam and me. His hands were cold as ice, but he saved us from the dead men, him and his ravens, and he brought us here on his elk.” “His elk?” said Bran, wonderstruck. “His elk?” said Meera, startled. “His ravens?” said Jojen. “Hodor?” said Hodor. “Was he green?” Bran wanted to know. “Did he have antlers?” The fat man was confused. “The elk?” “Coldhands,” said Bran impatiently. “The green men ride on elks, Old Nan used to say. Sometimes they have antlers too.
George R.R. Martin
Hodor said only, “Hodor.” That was all he ever said.
George R.R. Martin (A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire, #2))
Hodor,” Hodor said,
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
Hodor hodor hodor hodor,” shouted Hodor, eyes wide.
George R.R. Martin (A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire, #2))
By then Ser Gregor Clegane was in position at the head of the lists. He was huge, the biggest man that Eddard Stark had ever seen. Robert Baratheon and his brothers were all big men, as was the Hound, and back at Winterfell there was a simpleminded stableboy named Hodor who dwarfed them all, but the knight they called the Mountain That Rides would have towered over Hodor. He was well over seven feet tall, closer to eight, with massive shoulders and arms thick as the trunks of small trees. His destrier seemed a pony in between his armored legs, and the lance he carried looked as small as a broom handl
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
His hands were cold as ice, but he saved us from the dead men, him and his ravens, and he brought us here on his elk.” “His elk?” said Bran, wonderstruck. “His elk?” said Meera, startled. “His ravens?” said Jojen. “Hodor?” said Hodor.
George R.R. Martin (A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3))
Theon Greyjoy had once commented that Hodor did not know much, but no one could doubt that he knew his name. Old Nan had cackled like a hen when Bran told her that, and confessed that Hodor’s real name was Walder. No one knew where “Hodor” had come from, she said, but when he started saying it, they started calling him by it. It was the only word he had.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
Hodor,” Hodor said,
Anonymous
Hodor looked at him innocently. “Hodor?
George R.R. Martin (A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3))
Hodor said “Hodor,
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
Hodor squatted down beside the door, rocking back and forth on his haunches and muttering, “Hodor, hodor, hodor.” Bran
George R.R. Martin (A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire, #5))
He could hear Hodor singing “Hodor, hodor, hodor,” quietly to himself.
George R.R. Martin (A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire, #2))
and Hodor came lumbering in shouting “Hodor! Hodor! Hodor!
George R.R. Martin (A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire, #2))
Hodor twice as big, twice as strong, and half as clever.
George R.R. Martin (A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire, #5))
Good. Hodor is a man, not a mule to be beaten.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
The dwarf turned to look at him. “So it is true, the boy lives. I could scarce believe it. You Starks are hard to kill.” “You Lannisters had best remember that,” Robb said, lowering his sword. “Hodor, bring my brother here.” “Hodor,” Hodor said,
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
It was not as good as riding Dancer, but there were places Dancer could not go, and this did not shame Bran the way it did when Hodor carried him in his arms like a baby. Hodor seemed to like it too, though with Hodor it was hard to tell. The only tricky part was doors. Sometimes Hodor forgot that he had Bran on his back, and that could be painful when he went through a door.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
Go down into the crypts. When I woke, I told him to take me down, to see if Father was truly there. At first he didn’t know what I was saying, but I got him to the steps by telling him to go here and go there, only then he wouldn’t go down. He just stood on the top step and said ‘Hodor,’ like he was scared of the dark, but I had a torch. It made me so mad I almost gave him a swat in the head, like Old Nan is always doing.” He saw the way the maester was frowning and hurriedly added, “I didn’t, though.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
The serving men brought every dish to Bran first, that he might take the lord’s portion if he chose. By the time they reached the ducks, he could eat no more. After that he nodded approval at each course in turn, and waved it away. If the dish smelled especially choice, he would send it to one of the lords on the dais, a gesture of friendship and favor that Maester Luwin told him he must make. He sent some salmon down to poor sad Lady Hornwood, the boar to the boisterous Umbers, a dish of goose-in-berries to Cley Cerwyn, and a huge lobster to Joseth the master of horse, who was neither lord nor guest, but had seen to Dancer’s training and made it possible for Bran to ride. He sent sweets to Hodor and Old Nan as well, for no reason but he loved them.
George R.R. Martin (A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire, #2))
Then there came a brown-haired girl slender as a spear who stood on the tips of her toes to kiss the lips of a young knight as tall as Hodor.
George R.R. Martin (A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire, #5))
Hodor," said Hodor
George R.R. Martin
Old Nan had cackled like a hen when Bran told her that, and confessed that Hodor’s real name was Walder.
Anonymous
His hands were cold as ice, but he saved us from the dead men, him and his ravens, and he brought us here on his elk.” “His elk?” said Bran, wonderstruck. “His elk?” said Meera, startled. “His ravens?” said Jojen. “Hodor?” said Hodor.
Anonymous
Si tienen miedo, las velas los tranquilizan. ¿En qué piensas cuando hueles nuestras velas, mi niña? «En Invernalia —le podría haber respondido—. Huelen a nieve, a humo y a agujas de pino. Huelen a los establos. Huelen a las risas de Hodor, y a Jon y a Robb entrenándose juntos en el patio, y a Sansa cantando alguna canción idiota sobre alguna bella dama. Huelen a las criptas donde están sentados los reyes de piedra; huelen a pan caliente en el horno; huelen al bosque de dioses. Huelen a mi loba y huelen a su pelaje; es casi como si la tuviera al lado.» —
George R.R. Martin (Festin de cuervos (Vintage Espanol))
Bread for the Bread God
Hodor
Hold the door!
Hodor
Hodor’s not his true name,
Anonymous
Hodor the stableboy who smiled so much and took care of his pony and never said anything but “Hodor,
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
Hodor,” said Hodor.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1))
The huge stableboy had a lost and frightened look to his face. “Hodor?” he said sadly. “Hodor,” Bran agreed, wondering what it meant.
George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones: The Story Continues: The Complete 5 Books (A Song of Ice and Fire #1-5))
Hodor?” said Hodor, doubtfully.
Anonymous
Hodor’s real name was Walder. No one knew where “Hodor” had come from,
Anonymous
Hodor,” said Hodor. “Hodor,” Bran agreed.
George R.R. Martin (A Storm of Swords: Part 1 Steel and Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3 part 1))
«La gente ti guarderà» l’aveva avvertito maestro Luwin la prima volta che avevano sistemato il cesto di vimini sulle spalle di Hodor. «Ti guarderà e parlerà. Alcuni forse ti derideranno.» “Che facciano pure” pensò Bran. Nella sua stanza non c’era nessuno a deriderlo, ma lui non avrebbe trascorso la sua esistenza a letto.
George R.R. Martin