GAME OF THRONES SEASON 7 EPISODE 5 - LIVE BLOG

Is Jaime Lannister dead? Will Arya and Sansa clash? And will Daenerys and her dragons go power mad? Join our 2am simulcast live blog and find out!

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Jaime: Jaime is a common Spanish and Portuguese masculine given name for Jacob, James, Jamie, or Jacques. In eastern Spain, Jacobus became Jacome or Jaime in Catalonia, it became Jaume. In western Spain it became Iago, in Portugal it became Tiago. The name Saint James developed in Spanish to Santiago, in P
Arya: "Aryan" rn is an English language loanword derived from the Sanskrit rya .