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Khuzdul (IPA: [kʰuzdul]) is the language of the Dwarves in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, written with Cirth script. Not much is known of the language, as the Dwarves kept it to themselves, except for their battle-cry: Baruk Khazâd! Khazâd ai-mênu! meaning Axes of the Dwarves! The Dwarves are upon you!

Khuzdul

Khuzdul (IPA: [kʰuzdul]) is the language of the Dwarves in J. Tolkien's Middle-earth, written with Cirth script. Not much is known of the language, as the Dwarves kept it to themselves, except for their battle-cry: Baruk Khazâd!

ANCIENT ALPHBET At the time of the Middle Ages, when thousands were being murdered on the charge of witchcraft, there were many (including high dignitaries of the Christian Church) who engaged in the...

This guide, although perhaps not altogether useful for understanding the Anglo-Saxon language contentwise, could be useful for pronunciation purposes. It is interesting to contrast this to the English counterpart.

Draconic Alphabet | Draconic language - The Forgotten Realms Wiki - Books, races, classes ...

Draconic language

How to train your dragon viking alphabet!! YES!!!! Why have I never seen this before?????

How to train your dragon viking alphabet! << It's called runes. Makes me glad homeschooling covers the viking alphabet.

TUTORIAL: How to write Elvish by =snurtz on deviantART - We should make little name things and write notes and PASL documents in Elvish.

TUTORIAL: How to write in Elvish. This is the most detailed and thorough Ive ever seen. Also, check out a lovely book called The Languages of Tolkiens Middle Earth. It explains elvish (Sindarian and Quenya), Dwarvish, and others. Written by Ruth S.

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