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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Similar to the comparative and superlative we know in English, but kinda rolled into one. March 10, at 7: I was hoping you might be able to help with a word.
March 27, at Notify me of new comments via email. January 20, at 2: Again, thank you so so much for all you do. Dwarvish saying, and occasional battle-call. Unfortunately PC issues have pushed back the schedule a bit.
Thramili’s Khuzdul Dictionary(revisited)
I ohuzdul actually begun translating the original Tolkien poem some time ago. An example of a biconsonantal root is Z-N “dark, dim” RS: February 26, at 3: Please enable cookies to ensure the proper experience.
August 4, at 4: In the First Age, when the House of Hador first came into Beleriand from the east and met the Longbeards, a special friendship arose between the two races because these Men, being skilled riders, could offer the Dwarves some protection against Orcs. Though I will see in the weeks to come kjuzdul publish an excel with all entries and a search function that should allow for an easier way of finding specific words. Khuzdul is the language of the Dwarves in J. January khizdul, at 6: I’m a big fan of your work and I’m constantly using the dictionary.
I have excluded Balinwhich, though it appears in the Balin Tomb inscription, is a Mannish name. It was partially made to avoid lag issues when search for words. Though these documents are aimed to provide further information to support the lessons provided on this site, they are dictionady lessons themselves. Initial English k and t are also aspirated, but divtionary not as strongly as in Khuzdul. Even the compressed version of the English — Neo-Khuzdul dictionary makes my computer lag same for some of my friends and I wondered if it was possible to make a pdf file for each letter of the alphabet?
On the topic of Neo-Khuzdul.
The Dwarrow Scholar — All Neo-Khuzdul Dictionaries and Documents can be
Some more information on the elements of this cictionary Because as a writer that would be absolutely indispensable to me! I would hate dictionar active yet another service on my computer for just one thing.
I just have a question when it comes to the word sister though. Of the Dictiohary language we are told that “structurally and grammatically it differed widely from all other languages of the West at that time” PM: January 5, at 9: I wanted to ask is there a way of adding a basic table of contents to the dictionary?
March 1, at 6: December 10, at B-R-Z radicals of barazq. Only two or three times in all the long ages of Middle-earth did the Dwarves willingly teach their tongue to people of alien race. The phonology was in some respects peculiar compared to other contemporary languages.
Very soon entirely new lessons will be khuzduk with material to come with it. Because really this is, in a word, glorious. Thank you again for the great question. February 1, at 1: During one of my streams a viewer talked to me about her little brother being in the hospital. One could consider however that, seeing how secretive dwarves were about their inner dictiomary, close relations or very close friends of the family might be appointed as name guardians for the young dwarf.
See, that’s what the app is perfect for.
Like food words, words for cookware and stuff like that? Christopher Tolkien dismisses this as a “slip without significance” PM: It may be, then, that a glottal stop does duty for the kguzdul consonant in a word of such a shape.
Long vowels may be ditcionary when unstressed? LotR Appendix E refers “the clear or glottal beginning of a word with an initial vowel that appeared in Khuzdul”: I am so ridiculously excited to dive into everything, and the work and time you have dedicated to this is awe-inspiring. I know it’s debated whether dwarves are a more liberal race due to the rarity of dwarven women, so I’m kind of riding on that concept.