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All about Khuzdul

The Dwarrow Slacker ?

I’ve been getting a few emails lately by friendly folks asking if I’ve fallen asleep, or worse yet, perhaps had given up on the project to update all neo-khuzdul documents. Firstly, my thanks to all that have taken their time … Continue reading

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Salo shares more insight on his Khuzdul.

Greetings friends, I wanted to give a heads-up to all that I’m nearly done with the updating of the neo-khuzdul documents (and should send them as soon as I can).  I’m merely waiting for some confirmation from David Salo (Linguist … Continue reading

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Khuzdul Common Sayings

One of the outstanding items I had on my todo list was to complete the list of common sayings… anything from “How are you”, “Thank you”… to even wise dwarven saying such as “Rejoice not when an elf falls – … Continue reading

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How “Dwarvish” is Salo’s Dwarvish ?

I’ve often been asked how is it possible to create a language out of so little material ? Referring to the neo-khuzdul lessons provided on this site. And yes, the question is indeed valid… how do we know what Tolkien … Continue reading

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More (Neo-)Khuzdul Documents and Tools for dwarven RP-ers and Khuzdul fanatics.

Hail friends! So, I’m continuing to create PDF’s and small spreadsheets from the Khuzdul tools I made for the lessons. For those of you that were wondering where I got much of the information related to neo-khuzdul, many of the … Continue reading

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Neo-Khuzdul Dictionaries for Lotro Dwarves

“Forgive me, for it has been over a month since my last post”, I whispered through the lattice.  😉 Though on the bright side I’ve been using the past month or so for quite some items you’ll be finding … Continue reading

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Firstly, the initial C in Cirth is pronounced as a K, never as an S. With that out of the way, let’s move on… There are 3 common types of Cirth, one that was used by elves long ago, “Certhas … Continue reading

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