Tag Archives: neo-khuzdul

Honouring those that fell

As a few of you may know, when I’m not working on the dwarvish dictionary, replying to some of your wonderful Tumblr questions, or posting other material available through http://www.dwarrowscholar.com, I greatly enjoy roaming LOTRO, Middle Earth as created by Standing Stone Games. So, … Continue reading

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Translations, Tattoos and Prayers

Hello my friends, It has been quite some time since the last post here. Though it must be said the reason for that is nothing but good news (in my view). As I have been spending this time mainly on … Continue reading

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TBOTFA SPOILER – Love is all you need

Updated 30/12/2014 SPOILER ALERT Before you read on, if you haven’t seen The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies and don’t want to spoil it for yourself, come back when you’ve seen it. If you have seen the film, … Continue reading

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Kili’s Runestone

SPOILER ALERT There has been some discussion of late related to Kili’s Runestone featured in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. The Big question most have is (apart from why doesn’t WETA™ already have this in their shop?)… “what do … 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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Zai dashunizu! (At your service!) – 2013 Updates

For those that might think I have forgotten about the affairs of the dwarves, fear not! In fact, you could not be further from the truth! 🙂 As in the last weeks and months I’ve been tremendously busy updating all … Continue reading

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