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Their own name for their language was Khuzdul, which is evidently simply ” Dwarvish”, the Dwarves calling themselves Khazâd (singular Khuzd). We read that. In the Dwarrow Scholar library you will find dictionaries and support documents, which are available freely, telling you all you need to know about Neo-Khuzdul. The below is the Neo-Khuzdul glossary which I created some time after (probably not very long after) “Durin’s song.” I have not added or amended anything.

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I want to stay true to lore so I have a dictiohary questions. January 20, at 2: Most are typical forms seen in specific regions or specific eras, yet that have become mainstream khuzdul — example: If Khuzdul adjectives agree in number, sigin may be a plural form.

It evidently came into being in the thirties.

I’ve also translated ‘may you bloom and grow forever’ to ‘mukhuh me nunungsi ra ‘abarsi la’ id-‘uzghu nutut’, using the idea of Dagor Dagorath. So, sadly in my opinion using Old Norse on inscriptions for dwarves khuzsul understandable, but a bit strange, as it was merely a language used in the books to render the language of the Northmen, which the dwarves used for their outer names.

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Only four verbs are attested: Any help would be greatly appreciated. November 11, at April 3, at 8: Its just a djctionary because the files are really large in number of pages and its a pain to scroll through and search, especially if its so laggy and heavy on the computer.


I found it about ten minutes after asking. That would be very cool! It seems that it was widely regarded as the proverbial “difficult language”, like many Westerners think of Chinese today. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: In Barazinbarq. Only two or three times in all the dictionxry ages of Middle-earth did the Dwarves willingly teach their tongue to people of alien race.

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March 27, at Is there a plan to put out a pdf of common phrases, like curses, terms of endearment, things like that? Buzundush “Morthond, Blackroot” TI: March 6, at 9: Is this something which is still to be added? February 26, at 3: Creating new words patterns.

March 14, at 3: Compare the patronymic Fundinul. If there were a word for someone who is LGBT in the dwarven language, what do you think it would khuzdu When no other verb is involved. Its closing itself when I dont enter one so thats not an option for me or I wouldnt have written a comment xD.

When they wanted to communicate with other races, usually for the purpose of trade, they would much rather learn the language of the others than teach them Khuzdul – even if the other party was willing to learn. Ah, yes, I noticed that just now too. Since Tolkien’s final decision seems to have been that in the name Zirak-zigil “Silvertine, Silverspike”, it is the zigil part that means “silver”, zirak must mean “spike” TI: And why is there a statue of a dwarf in Bree?


Fundinul translated “son of Fundin”, literally probably a kind of adjective derived from this name which is in itself Mannish, not Khuzdul gabil “great”, isolated from Gabilgatholq. Feel free to request to give a meaning to one of those words, if it already exists I won’t add it, if it doesn’t, I’ll add it for you.

On the other hand, the Petty-Dwarves evidently did not attempt to hide their Khuzdul names. Thank you for those kind words.

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November 3, at 3: Any donations are very much welcomed, and regardless if you donate or not, just share this post please so we can get the word out for these kids and give them an awesome Christmas! These later loremasters evidently had a less arrogant attitude than their colleagues in the previous age, who except for Curufin deliberately “avoided” Khuzdul Letters: It appears that no such words exist?

We’ve all heard the elves tell their tales of the elder days Very soon entirely new lessons will be out with material to come with it. January 16, at 8: Please enable the use of JavaScript in your browser. Is there a document in which the future form of to be is explained?

I have been looking for a Khuzdul dictionary for some time now becouse i RP both my dwarves.

Thank you so, so, so much! A present for you…. Hi, first off I wanted say thank you khhzdul much for your dedication to this project!