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Dorrah is a character in Breath of the Wild.[citation needed]


Dorrah is a Gerudo soldier who guards the front entrance of Gerudo Town with Merina. When Link tries to enter Gerudo Town without a disguise, the guards will stop him and Dorrah will tell him that no "voe" are allowed.[1] If Link speaks to Dorrah, she apologizes and says that it is a strict tradition that "voe" are not permitted into the Town,[2] suggesting that Link instead go to the Kara Kara Bazaar if he needs to prepare for a journey.[3] When Link mishears "voe" as "boe," Dorrah corrects him, explaining that "voe" means "man" in Hylian.[4] Dorrah also explains that the Gerudo word for "woman" is vai.[5] When Link finishes speaking to Dorrah, she tells him that "Good-bye" is "sav'orq" in Gerudo.[6] If Link tries to sneak into Gerudo Town without using one of the three entrances or removes any piece of his disguise while in the Town, Dorrah will yell that a man has been detected and commands the soldiers to capture him at once.[7] Link is then thrown out to the front entrance of the Town, where Dorrah points her Gerudo Spear at Link and tells him that men are forbidden by Gerudo law.[8] If Link speaks to Dorrah while wearing the Gerudo Set, she explains that Gerudo Town is Hyrule's largest trade hub and that only "vai" are permitted to enter.[9][10][11] When Link mishears "vai" as "bai," Dorrah corrects him and explains that "vai" means "woman" in Hylian.[12] She also explains that the Gerudo word for "man" is "voe."[13] Dorrah recommends learning the Gerudo language if he plans to stay at Gerudo Town.[14] If Link speaks to Dorrah after calming the Divine Beast Vah Naboris, she says that Riju has calmed Naboris and that Link can come now relax in Gerudo Town.[15][16]


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  1. "Freeze! Where do you think you're going?! Not into town—that's for sure! No voe allowed. Off with you!" — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Sav'otta. Sorry, but in Gerudo Town it is tradition that voe are not permitted entry. We honor that tradition very strictly." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "If you need to prepare for a journey, you should head to the oasis near the desert's entrance, Kara Kara Bazaar." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "Not "boe"! Voe! Bite your bottom lip as you say it. It translates as "man" in your language." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "So long as we're on the subject, vai is our word for "woman." What do you think? Pretty easy to remember?" — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  6. "Since you're here, it might be worth it to learn some Gerudo words, right? "Good-bye" is sav'orq." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  7. "Sound the alarm! A voe has been detected! Capture him at once!" — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  8. "Voe are forbidden from entering this town. This is Gerudo law. Do you understand? Never come back!" — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  9. "This is Gerudo Town, Hyrule's largest trade hub." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  10. "Only vai are permitted entry within the walls, and we're constantly on alert for anyone who looks suspicious." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  11. "This place is famous for its bustling trade, but also for our unusual rule allowing only vai into the town." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  12. "Not "vai"! Vai! Bite your bottom lip as you say it. It translates to "woman" in your language." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  13. "So long as we're on the subject, voe is our word for "man."" — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  14. "If you plan to stay awhile, you'd do well to learn the language." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  15. "The chief has calmed the Divine Beast. The town can finally rest easy with that threat handled..." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)
  16. "Now you can truly relax in town. Feel free to come inside." — Dorrah (Breath of the Wild)