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Khazad - Dwarven language
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Khuzdul is an interesting language, isn't it? I think you'd like topic about it, especially Michael and Aidan Moon ;) . Do you know any words in Khuzdul or pages with words translations? I know that Khazad is ' Dwarf' ;p .
This is site is pretty good : http://folk.uib.no/hnohf/khuzdul.htm
This one's nice also:
http://www.mux.net/~bele/nogrod/language.html




( Oops, I meant ' Khuzdul dwarfish language of course, I wrote it wrong in the title, sorry.)
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| August 26, 2011, 9:55 am
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Quoting Thomas .
Khuzdul is an interesting language, isn't it? I think you'd like topic about it, especially Michael and Aidan Moon ;) . Do you know any words in Khuzdul or pages with words translations? I know that Khazad is ' Dwarf' ;p .
This is site is pretty good : http://folk.uib.no/hnohf/khuzdul.htm
This one's nice also:
http://www.mux.net/~bele/nogrod/language.html




( Oops, I meant ' Khuzdul dwarfish language of course, I wrote it wrong in the title, sorry.)

Both sites are very interesting! Too bad that the dwarves keep their language secret, but we will hear more of it in the HOBBIT (William Kircher speaks Khuzdul in the third HOBBIT video blog and they have some very good linguists in the HOBBIT team) Though I know a few words: "Khazad-Dum" means for example "Hall of the dwarves" and who knows not the famous battle call: "Baruk Khazad! Khazad Ai-menu!"
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| August 26, 2011, 12:04 pm
Quoting Michael Kringe
Both sites are very interesting! Too bad that the dwarves keep their language secret, but we will hear more of it in the HOBBIT (William Kircher speaks Khuzdul in the third HOBBIT video blog and they have some very good linguists in the HOBBIT team) Though I know a few words: "Khazad-Dum" means for example "Hall of the dwarves" and who knows not the famous battle call: "Baruk Khazad! Khazad Ai-menu!"
ahh the famed dwarf battle call, i'v heard Gimli yell it out in the two towers video game but i don't know what it means exactly.

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| August 26, 2011, 1:23 pm
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Quoting Michael Kringe
Both sites are very interesting! Too bad that the dwarves keep their language secret, but we will hear more of it in the HOBBIT (William Kircher speaks Khuzdul in the third HOBBIT video blog and they have some very good linguists in the HOBBIT team) Though I know a few words: "Khazad-Dum" means for example "Hall of the dwarves" and who knows not the famous battle call: "Baruk Khazad! Khazad Ai-menu!"

Oh, really? That's nice to hear some Khuzdul in the film.
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| August 26, 2011, 1:47 pm
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Quoting Thomas .
Oh, really? That's nice to hear some Khuzdul in the film.

I'm so excited! Can't wait to see the dwarves in action!
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| August 27, 2011, 4:42 am
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Quoting Bailey Joseph
Quoting Michael Kringe
Both sites are very interesting! Too bad that the dwarves keep their language secret, but we will hear more of it in the HOBBIT (William Kircher speaks Khuzdul in the third HOBBIT video blog and they have some very good linguists in the HOBBIT team) Though I know a few words: "Khazad-Dum" means for example "Hall of the dwarves" and who knows not the famous battle call: "Baruk Khazad! Khazad Ai-menu!"
ahh the famed dwarf battle call, i'v heard Gimli yell it out in the two towers video game but i don't know what it means exactly.

I only know the german version, but translated: "The axes of the dwarves! The dwarves are upon you!"
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| August 27, 2011, 4:46 am
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I have an idea, let's translate name's of the Dwarves' folks ( everyone only one) : Longbeards - Sigin-targ.
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| August 29, 2011, 4:22 am
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Quoting Thomas .
I have an idea, let's translate name's of the Dwarves' folks ( everyone only one) : Longbeards - Sigin-targ.

Well... Sigin-targ is the only known word for a dwarven tribe, but I think 'tarag' means 'beard(s)'. Though I don't think that we are able to translate everything... but who knows?

Let's try!

Here are the names of the seven dwarven tribes:

Longbeards
Firebeards
Ironfists
Broadbeams
Blacklocks
Stonefoots
Stiffbeards
...
Petty-dwarves
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| August 29, 2011, 4:51 am
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Quoting Aidan Moon
Hey everyone, I am trying to think of a Khuzdul name for my kinship on LotRO. Any ideas? It is going to be a dwarf only kinship.

Dwarves usually don't tell their real names. The only 'real' dwarven names I know are: Khm, Mm and Ibun.

Khbun, Thr, etc?
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| October 12, 2011, 12:22 pm
I believe the word 'zul' (it's got an accent or something on it) means 'beer'
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| February 13, 2013, 4:47 pm
Hmmm...my computer is spazzing, and I can't visit the pages. Urg.
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| February 17, 2013, 10:00 am
I haven't looked deeply into this article but I found this while looking for info about Tolkien's languages.
http://folk.uib.no/hnohf/khuzdul.htm
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| August 17, 2014, 4:28 pm
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