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Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Cyrus le 10 Mars 2005, 17:01:32
A Khuzdūl/Common Speech Glossary.
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Legend :
nature of the word (origin/sources) ; definition ; note(s) ; root(s) ; link(s).

Nature of the word :
Unless otherwise specified, nouns are given in the singular form and verbs in the infinitive form.

Abbreviations :
adj. : adjective ;
adv. : adverb ;
art. : article ;
dim. : diminutive ;
inf. : infix ;
lit. : litterally ;
loc. : locution ;
n. : noun ;
com. n. : common noun ;
prop. n. : proper noun ;
pl. : plural ;
pref. : prefix ;
prep. : preposition ;
pron. : pronoun ;
suf. : suffix ;
vb. : verb.

Origin :
Tolk. (Tolkien) : if the word is directly extracted from the corpus, that is, clearly attested.
Ded. (Deduction) : if we have to deduct the sense of the word, extracted from a compound word. The deducted words are hypothetical.

Sources :
References to the Tolkien's works  in french editions, with the number of the page(s)
Abbreviations :
SA : The Lord of The Rings ;
1 : The Fellowship of the Ring ;
2 : The Two Towers ;
3 : The Return of the King ;
Silm : The Silmarillion ;
CLI : Unfinished Tales ;
HTM : History of Middle-earth ;
LCP1 (I) : The Book of the Lost Tales, Part I ;
LCP2 (II) : The Book of the Lost Tales, Part II ;
LB (III) : The Lays of Beleriand ;
FTM (IV) : The Shaping of Middle-Earth ;
RP (V) : The Lost Road ;
RO (VI) : The Return of the Shadow ;
TI (VII) : The Treason of Isengard ;
GA (VIII) : The War of the Ring ;
SV (IX) : Sauron Defeated ;
AM (X) : Morgoth's Ring ;
GJ (XI) : The War of The Jewels ;
PTM (XII) : The Peoples of Middle-Earth ;
L : The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.

(These precautions are given with regard to many lexicons criticized for their lack of precise sources...)



THE GLOSSARY


A :

- aglāb : com. n. (Tolk/GJ : 395) all the words (lit.), or the spoken language; formed with the root G-L and the suffix -b ; see iglishmźk and -b.
- ai : prep. (Ded/SA2 : III ch. 7 ; GJ : 20) on, upon or by ; elided form of aya ; see ai-oi !, ai-mźnu and aya.
- ai-mźnu : loc. (Ded/GJ : 20 ; SA2 : III ch. 7) upon you ; formed by the preposition ai and the root M-N ; see ai, mźnu and khazād ai-mźnu.
- ai-oi ! : loc. (Tolk/SA2 : III ch. 7) on this place (lit.) or this way; shout cried by Gimli at Helm's Deep ; see ai and oi.
- ān : com. n. (Ded/GJ : 336) river; point out the stream in its totality, from its spring to its mouth; root W-N ; see Gabilān, ūl, nāla, nād and nūluk.
- -a(r)- : prep. and suf. (Ded/Silm ch. 20 ; CLI : 75, 128 and 147 ; GJ : 75 and 143) king, lord; see Azaghāl and Telkar.
- aya : adv. (Tolk/GA : 20) on, upon or by; complete form of ai ; see ai.
- Azaghāl : prop. n. (Tolk/Silm ch. 20 ; CLI : 75, 128 and 147 ; GJ : 75 and 143) King of the Great Mountains (lit.) or King of the Seven Houses; an old Dwarf-Lord of Belegost at the First Age ; this name indicate a function rather than a personal name, it is used to point out the king among the Seven, it's the King of the Seven Houses ; formed by the prefix a(r)-, the root Z-G-L and the infix -h- ; see a(r)-, Zaghāl and -h - .
- azan : adj. (Ded/RO : 466 ; TI : 184 ; SA1 : II ch. 3 ; PTM : 275) dark or shady ; root Z-N ; see Azanūl and Azanulbizar.
- Azanūl : prop. n. (Tolk/RO : 466 ; TI : 184) Dimrill ; roots Z-N+W-L ; see azan, ūl and Azanulbizar.
- Azanulbizar : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; RO : 466 ; PTM : 275) Dimrill Dale ; also called Nanduhirion ; roots Z-N+W-L+B-Z-R ; see azan, ūl, bizar and Azanūl.
- Azanulbizār : com. n. (Tolk/?) a typographical error for Azanulbizar ; see Azanulbizar.


B :

- -b- : suf. and inf. (Ded/GJ : 395 ; SA1 : II ch. 5 ; L : 170, 186 and 248) expresses a collective sense, the totality : all ; see aglāb and mazarbul.
- banād : com. n. pl. (Ded/PTM : 301) heads, chiefs, capitals, hills ; singular bund ; root B-N-D ; see bund and Gundubanād.
- baraz : adj. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174) red ; root B-R-Z ; see Baraz and Barazinbar.
- Baraz : dim. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3) the Red ; diminutive of Barazinbar ; root B-R-Z ; see baraz and Barazinbar.
- Barazinbar : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174) the Red Horn ; one of the mountains over the Moria, sindarin Caradhras ; roots B-Z-R+M-B-R ; see Baraz, baraz and inbar.
- baruk : com. n. (Ded/SA2 : III ch. 7 ; GA : 20) the axes of ; genitive plural form ; root B-R-K ; see Baruk khāzad !.
- Baruk khazād ! : loc. (Tolk/SA2 : III ch. 7 ; GA : 20) The Axes of the Dwarves ! ; genitive plural form, first part of the famous warcry ; roots B-R-K et KH-Z-D ; see baruk, Khazād and Khazād ai-mźnu.
- bhanād : com. n. pl. (Ded/CLI : 9) big heads, great chiefs, great capitals, great hills ; singular bhund ; formed by the root B-N-D and the infix -h- ; see bhund and -h-.
- bhund : com. n. (Ded/CLI : 9) big head, great chief, great capital, great hill ; plurall bhanād ? ; formed by the root B-N-D and the infix -h- ; see Sharbhund, bund and bhanād.
- bizar : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; RO : 466 ; PTM : 275) valley ; root B-Z-R ; see Azanulbizar.
- bund : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174 ; PTM : 301 ; CLI : 9) head, chief, capital, hill ; plural banād ? ; root B-N-D ; see Bundushatūr, Gundubanād, Sharbhund, banād and bhund.
- Bundushatūr : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174) the Cloudyhead ; one of the mountains over Moria, sindarin Fanuidhol ; formed by the root B-N-D, the infix -u- and the root SH-T-R ; see bund, -u-, shatūr and Shatūr.
- buzun : adj. (Ded/TI : 167) black, dark ; root B-Z-N ; see Buzundush and azan.
- Buzundush : propr. N. (Tolk/TI : 167) the Black Root ; also called Morthrond ; roots B-Z-N+D-SH ; see buzun and dush.


C :

- Carn-dūm : prop. n. (Tolk/?) it is very difficult to say if the origin of the word is dwarvish or elvish ; we think that an elvish origin is more likely : carn exist in sindarin and it means « red ». But it's a bit more complicated for dūm ; we assume that tūm, "valley" in sindarin, underwent an alteration and became dūm. If you want to discuss it, you can post here : http://chroniqueschantdefer.free.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?t=485%20.


D :

- dūm : com. n. pl. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 and ch. 5) houses ; root D-M ; see Khazad-dūm and Carn-dūm.
- dush : com. n. (Ded/TI : 167) root ; root D-SH ; see Buzundush.


F :

- Felagund : prop. n. (Tolk/PTM : 352) Hewer of Caves ; a surname given to Finrod, a sindarin name of khuzdūl origin ; see Felakgundu and the page dedicated to Finrod Felagund here : http://chroniqueschantdefer.free.fr/vf_khuzdul_felagund.htm
- felak : com. n. and vb. (Tolk/PTM : 352) I. axe or pike-head, used for cutting stone ; II. (vb.) to cut, to cut the rock with a felak ; III. (com.n.) craftsman using a felak, sculptor or miner who cuts the rock ; root F-L-K ; see Felakgundu and felek.
- Felakgundu : prop. n. (Tolk/PTM : 352) Cave-Hewer ; surname given to Finrod (adapted to sindarin as Felagund) ; formed by the roots F-L-K+G-N-D and the suffix -u ; see felak, gund, -u, Felagund.
- felek : vb. (Tolk/PTM : 352) to hew rocks ; root F-L-K ; see felak.
- Fundinul : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 4 ; PTM : 352) Son of Fundin (Fundin is not a khuzdūl word, it's an outer name) ; formed  by the proper name Fundin and the suffix -ul ; see -ul.


G :

- gabil : adj. (Ded/GJ : 336 ; Silm ch. 10 ; RP : 274) great ; root G-B-L ; see Gabilān and Gabilgathol.
- Gabilān : prop. n. (Tolk/GJ : 336) the Great Stream or the Great River ; one of the names of the river Sirion ; roots G-B-L+W-N ; see gabil and -ān.
- Gabilgathol : prop. n. (Tolk/Silm ch. 10 ; RP : 274) the Great Fortress ; Belegost in sindarin ; roots G-B-L+G-TH-L ; see gabil and gathol.
- gamil : adj. and com. n. (Ded/CLI : 76) old, ancient, elder ; root G-M-L ; see Gamil and Gamil Zirak.
- Gamil : dim. (Tolk/CLI : 76) the Elder or the Ancient ; diminutive for Gamil Zirak ; root G-M-L ; see gamil and Gamil Zirak.
- Gamil Zirak : prop. n.(Tolk/CLI : 76 ) Old Silver ; a great dwarf-smith, master of Telchar of Nogrod ; roots G-M-L+Z-R-K ; see Gamil, gamil, zirak and Telchar.
- gathol : com. n. (Ded/Silm ch. 10 ; RP : 274) fortress ; root G-TH-L ; see Gabilgathol.
- gund : com. n. (Ded/PTM : 301) cave, hollow ; root G-N-D ; see Gundubanād and gunud.
- Gundabad : prop. n. (Tolk/PTM : 301) The Cave among the Caves (lit.), The Capital Cave ; an orc deformation of Gundubanād ; see Gundubanād.
- Gundubanād : prop. n. (Ded/PTM : 301) The Cave among the Caves (lit.), The Capital Cave ; probably the original spelling for Gundabad ; formed by the root G-N-D, the infix -u- and the root B-N-D ; see gund, -u-, banād and Gundabad.
- gunud : vb. (Tolk/PTM : 352 ) to dig, to search ; root G-N-D ; see Felakgundu and gund.


H :

- -h- : inf. (Ded/Silm ch.2, ch. 10 et ch. 20 ; CLI : 75, 78, 128 and 147 ; GJ : 75 and 143) great ; see Azaghāl, Mahal and Sharbhund.


I :

- Ibun : prop. n. (Tolk/Silm ch. 21, CLI : 102) the meaning is unknown, but could have a sense close to the root B-N-D (bund) ; it was one of the sons of Mīm ; root B-N ; see Mīm, Khīm and bund.
- iglishmźk : com. n. (Tolk/GJ : 395) gesture-words (lit.) or sign language ; we know nothing of this language, but it's attested that there is a different language for each of the Houses ; roots G-L+SH-M-K ; see aglāb and shmźk.
- inbar : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174, 431 and 432) horn ; root M-B-R, it became N-B-R ; see Barazinbar and Zirakinbar.


K :

- Khazād : com. n. pl. and adj. (Tolk/PTM : 24, 296, 302) Dwarves ; dialect of the Longbeards ? ; root KH-Z-D ; see  Khuzd, Khuzūd and Khizīd.
- Khazād ai-mźnu ! : loc. (Tolk/GJ : 20 ; SA2 : III ch. 7) The Dwarves are upon you ! ; second part of the warcry ; sentence formed with the roots KH-Z-D and M-N, and the adverb ai ; see Khazād, ai-mźnu, ai, mźnu and Baruk khazād !.
- Khazad-dūm : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3 and ch. 5) the Dwarf-Houses ; roots KH-Z-D+D-M ; see Khazād, dūm and Uzbadkhazadūmu.
- kheled : adj. and com. n. (Tolk/Silm. appendixes) mirror or glass (substance); root KH-L-D ; see Kheled-zāram.
- Kheled-zāram : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; RO : 466) glasslake (lit.), Mirrormere ; also called nen Cenedril ; roots KH-L-D+Z-R-M ; see kheled and zāram.
- Khīm : prop. n. (Tolk/Silm ch. 20 ; CLI : 102) meaning unknown ; one of the Mīm's sons ; root KH-M ; see Mīm and Ibun.
- khizdīn : com. n. (Ded/GJ : 180) which is  petty-dwarvish, land of the Petty-Dwarves ; contraction of khizdidūn ; formed by the root KH-Z-D and the suffix -ūn ; see Nulukhizdīn and khizdidūn.
- khizīd : com. n. pl. and adj. (Ded/GJ : 180) Dwarves ; dialect of the Petty-Dwarves ?, singular Khizd ? ; root KH-Z-D ; see khazād, khuzūd, khizidūn and khizdīn.
- khizidūn : adj. and com. n. (Ded/GJ : 180) which is petty-dwarvish, land of the Petty-Dwarves ; a more complete form of khizdīn ; form by the root KH-Z-D and the suffix -ūn ; see khizdīn, Nulukhizidūn and khizīd.
- khuzd : com. n. (Ded/SA3 : appendix E ; PTM : 297) Dwarf ; plural khazād ; root KH-Z-D ; see khazād.
- khuzdul : com. n. (Tolk/SA3 : appendix E ; PTM : 297) Dwarvish (lit.), the Dwarves tongue ; a dialectal variant ? ; formed by the root KH-Z-D and the suffix -ul ; see khuzdūl.
- khuzdūl : com. n. and adj. (Tolk/PTM : 321) Dwarvish (lit.), the Dwarves tongue ; a dialectal variant ? ; formed by the root KH-Z-D and the suffix -ul ; see khuzdul.
- Khuzūd : com. n. pl. (Tolk/RP : 274) Dwarves ; a dialect of the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains ? ; root KH-Z-D ; see Khazād, Khuzd and Khizīd.
- kibil : adj. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174 and 175) icy or silvery ; root K-B-L ; see Kibil-nāla.
- Kibil-nāla : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174 and 175) Silverlode ; also named Celebrant ; roots K-B-L+N-W-L ; see kibil and nāla.


M :

- Mahal : prop. n. (Tolk/Silm. ch. 2 ; GJ : 10) the Great Authority, the Elder One ; also called Aulė ; formed by the root M-L and the infix -h- ; see -h-.
- mazār : com. n. pl. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 5 ; L : 170, 186 and 248) records, chronicles ; singular form muzr ? ; root M-Z-R ; see Mazarbul and muzr.
- mazarbul : com. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 5 ; L : 170, 186 and 248) of records ; formed by the root M-Z-R and the suffixes -b and -ul ; see mazār, -b and -ul.
- mźn : pron. (Ded/GJ : 20 ; SA2 : III ch. 7) you ; root M-N ; see mźnu.
- mźnu : pron. (Ded/GJ : 20 ; SA2 : III ch. 7) you ; accusative form ; form by the root M-N and the suffix -u ; see mźn, -u- and Khazād ai-mźnu.
- Mīm : prop. n. (Tolk/Silm ch. 21 ; CLI : 97) meaning unknown ; name of a Petty-Dwarf of the First Age ; root M-M ; see Khīm, Ibun and the article about the Petty-Dwarves here http://chroniqueschantdefer.free.fr/v3_archives_petits_nains.htm.
- muzr : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 5 ; L : 170, 186 and 248) record, chronicle ; plural mazār ; see mazār.


N :

- nād : com. n. (Ded/PTM : 279 and 286) stream, spring ; it seems to indicate the spring of a river or of a stream ; root N-W-D ; see Zigil-nād, nāla, ūl, ān and nūluk.
- nāla : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; TI : 174 and 175) river ; it indicates the upper course of a river or a stream ; root N-W-L ; see Kibil-nāla, nād, ān, ūl and nūluk.
- narag : adj. (Ded/RO : 466) black ; root N-R-G ; see Narag-zāram.
- Narag-zāram : prop. n. (Tolk/RO : 466) the Black Pool ; roots N-R-G+Z-R-M ; see narag and zāram.
- Nargūn : prop. n. (Tolk/RO : 466) which is black (lit.), the Black Lands ; also called Mordor ; formed by the root N-R-G and the suffix -ūn ; see narag and -ūn.
- nūluk : adj. (Ded/GJ : 180) at the edge of the water ; root N-(W)-L-K ; see Nulukhizdīn and Nulukkhizidūn.
- Nulukhizdīn : prop. n. (Tolk/GJ : 180) which is petty-dwarvish at the edge of the water (lit.), land of the Petty-Dwarves ; also called Nargothrond ; contraction of Nulukkhizidūn ; formed by the roots N-(W)-L-K+KH-Z-D and the suffix -ūn ; see nūluk, khizdīn and Nulukkhizidūn.
- Nulukkhizdīn : com. n. (Tolk/ ?) typographical error for Nulukhizdīn ; see Nulukhizdīn.
- Nulukkhizidūn : prop. n. (Tolk/GJ : 180) which is petty-dwarvish at the edge of the water (lit.), land of the Petty-Dwarves ; also called Nargothrond ; a more complete form of Nulukhizdīn ; formed by the roots N-(W)-L-K+KH-Z-D and the suffix -ūn ; see nūluk, khizīd, -ūn and Nulukhizdīn.


O :

- oi : adv. (Ded/SA2 : III ch. 7) here, place ; see ai-oi !.


R :

- Rakhās : com. n. pl. and adj. (Tolk/GJ : 391) Orcs ; singular rukhs ; root R-KH-S ; see rukhs.
- ruk : com. n. (Tolk/RO : 458 and 465) swamp ; root R-K ; see Uruktharbun and uruk.
- Rukhs : com. n. and adj. (Tolk/GJ : 391) Orc ; plural rakhās ; root R-KH-S ; see rakhās.
- rukhsul : com. n. (Ded/GJ : 391) of the Orcs (lit.), the Orcish tongue  ; formed by the root R-KH-Z and the suffix -ul ; see rukhs and -ul.


S :

- shar : adj. (Ded/CLI : 9) bald, short ; root SH-R ; see Sharbhund.
- Sharbhund : prop. n. (Tolk/CLI : 9) the Great Bald Hill ; also called Amon Rūdh ; formed by the roots SH-R+B-N-D and the infix -h- ; see shar, bhund, bund and -h-.
- Sharkūn : prop. n. (Tolk/GA : 153) which is an help (lit.) or  Staff-man ; rejected for Tharkūn ; formed by the root SH-R-K and the suffix -ūn ; see Tharkūn.
- shatūr : com. n. pl. (Ded) clouds ; root SH-T-R ; see Bundushatūr.
- Shatūr : dim. pl. (Tolk/SdA1 : II ch. 3, TI : 174) Clouds ; diminutive of Bundushatūr ; root SH-T-R ; see Bundushatūr.
- shmźk : com. n. pl. (Ded/GJ : 395) gestures, hands ; root SH-M-K ; see iglishmźk.
- sigin : adj. (Ded/PTM : 321) long ; root S-G-N ; see Sigin-tarāg.
- Sigin-tarāg : prop. n. (Tolk/PTM : 321) the Longbeards ; surname of Durin ; roots  S-G-N+T-R-G ; see sigin and tarāg.


T :

- tarāg : com. n. pl. (Ded/PTM : 321) beards ; singular turg ? ; root T-R-G ; see Sigin-tarāg and turg.
- Telchar : prop. n. (Tolk/?) the Master Smith ; a sindarin name of  khuzdūl origin, he was the pupil of Gamil Zirak ; see Telkar and Gamil Zirak.
- telek : vb. (Ded/?) to forge, to build ; root T-L-KH ; see Telkar.
- Telkar : prop. n. (Ded/?) the Master Smith ; a khuzdūl name which become Telchar in sindarin, he was the pupil of Gamil Zirak ; formed by the root T-L-KH and the suffix -a(r) ; see Telchar, -a(r)- , telek and Gamil Zirak.
- tharab : adj. (Ded/RO : 458 and 465) crossed ; root TH-R-B ; see tharbun.
- tharbun : com. n. (Ded/RO : 458 and 465) crossroads ; formed by the root TH-R-B and the suffix -ūn ; see tharab, -ūn and Uruktharbun.
- tharik : adj. (Ded/SA2 : IV ch. 5 ; CLI : 397) helping ; root TH-R-K ; see Tharkūn.
- Tharkūn : prop. n. (Tolk/SA2 : IV ch. 5 ; CLI : 397) who is helping (lit.), Staff-man ; also called Gandalf ; formed by the root TH-R-K and the suffix -ūn ; see tarik and -ūn.
- tumun : adj. (Ded/Silm ch. 10) hollow ; root T-M-N ; see Tumunzahar.
- Tumunzahar : prop. n. (Tolk/Silm ch. 10) Hollowbold, the ancient dwarf-city of the First Age, also called Nogrod ; formed by the roots T-M-N+Z-R and the infix -h- ; see tumun, zahar and -h-.
- turg : com. n. (Ded/PTM : 321) beard ; root T-R-G ; see tarāg.


U :

- -u- pref., inf. and suf. (Ded/GJ : 20 ; SA1 : II ch. 3 ; SA2 : III ch. 7 ; TI : 174 and 432 ; PTM : 301 et 352 ; RO : 458 et 465) I. (pref.) indicates the composition, it is used to change a noun into an adjective ; II. (inf.) indicates the location or the membership ; III. (suf.) indicates the qualification and is the mark of the accusative form ; it is used for the compound words (tied up or linked by a dash) ; see ai-mźnu, Bundushatūr, Felakgundu, Gundubanād, Udushinbar, Uruktharbun and Uzbadzhazaddūmu.
- udush : adj. (Ded/TI : 432) rooted ; formed by the prefix u- and the root D-SH ; see u-, dush and Udushinbar.
- Udushinbar : prop. n. (Tolk/TI : 432) the Rooted Horn ; rejected for Bundushatūr ; formed by the affix u- and the roots D-SH+N-B-R ; see udush, inbar and Bundushatūr.
- -ul : suf. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 4 and ch. 5 ; PTM : 297 and 352 ; SA3 : appendixes E ; L : 170, 186 and 248) I. marks the accusative form of a noun. II. indicates the membership : ...son of... ; it is used for isolated words (neither tied up nor linked by a dash) ; see Fundinul, Mazarbul, Khuzdul and -ūl.
- -ūl : suf. (Ded/PTM : 321) marks the accusative form of a noun ; it is used for isolated words (neither tied up nor linked by a dash), a dialectal form of -ul ? ; see Khuzdūl and -ul.
- ūl : com. n. (Ded/RO : 466 ; TI : 184 ; SA1 : II ch. 3 ; PTM : 275) stream ; it indicates the lower course of a river or a stream ; root W-L ; see Azanūl, Azanulbizar, ān, nād, nūluk and nāla.
- -ūn : suf. (Ded/GJ : 180 ; SA2 : IV ch. 5 ; CLI : 397 ; RO : 458, 465 and 466) it is used to change an adjective into a noun ; see khizdidūn, khizdīn, tharbun, Nargūn and Tharkūn.
- uruk : adj. (Ded/RO : 4587 and 465) swampy ; formed by the prefix u- and the root R-K ; see ruk and Uruktharbun.
- Uruktharbun : prop. n. (Tolk/RO : 458 and 465) the Swampy Crossroads ; rejected for Azanulbizar ; formed by the roots R-K+TH-R-B and the suffix -ūn ; see uruk, tharbun and Azanulbizar.
- uzbad : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 4) king, lord ; root Z-B-D ; see Uzbadkhazaddūmu.
- Uzbadkhazaddūmu : loc. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 4) Lord of the Dwarf-Houses ; title given to the Lord of Moria (in 2989 T.A., it's Balin) ; formed by the roots Z-B-D+KH-Z-D+D-M and the infix -u ; see uzbad, khazād, dūm, khazad-dūm and -u.


Z :

- zagāl : com. n. pl. (Ded/Silm ch. 20 ; CLI : 75, 128 and 147 ; GJ : 75 et 143 ; SA1 : II ; PTM : 279 and 286) mountains ; singular zugl ? ; root Z-G-L ; see Zaghāl, zugl and zigil.
- Zaghāl : prop. n. pl. (Ded/Silm ch. 20 ; CLI : 75, 128 and 147 ; GJ : 75 and 143 ; SA1 : II ; PTM : 279 and 286) Great Mountains or the Seven Great Houses ; singular zughl ? ; formed by the root Z-G-L and the infix -h- ; see Azaghāl, Zughl, zagāl and zigil.
- zahar : com. n. (Ded/Silm ch. 10) great cave ; formed by the root Z-R and the infix -h- ; see Tumunzahar.
- zāram : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; Ro : 466) lake ; root Z-R-M ; see Kheled-zāram and Narag-zāram.
- zigil : com. n. (Ded/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; PTM : 279 and 286) spike ; root Z-G-L ; see Zigil-nād, Zirakzigil, Zaghāl, Zughl, zagāl and zugl.
- Zigil-nād : prop. n. (Tolk/PTM : 279 and 286) the Spike-River ; roots Z-G-L+N-W-D ; see zigil et nād.
- zirak : adj. and com. n. (Ded/TI : 431 and 432 ; SA1 : II ch. 3 ; PTM : 279 ; CLI : 76) silver or silvery ; root Z-R-K ; see Gamil Zirak, Zirak, Zirakinbar and Zirakzigil.
- Zirak : dim. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3) the Silvery ; diminutive of Zirakzigil ; root Z-R-K ; see Zirakzigil and zirak.
- Zirakinbar : prop. n. (Tolk/TI : 431 and 432) Silverhorn ; rejected for Zirakzigil ; roots Z-R-K+M-B-R ; see zirak, inbar and Zirakzigil.
- Zirakzigil : prop. n. (Tolk/SA1 : II ch. 3 ; PTM : 279) Silvertine ; one of the mountains over Moria, sindarin Celebdil ; roots Z-R-K+Z-G-L ; see Zirak, zirak and zigil.
- zirik : adj. (Tolk/TI : 174) silver (colour) ; rejected for zirak ; root Z-R-K ; see zirak.
- Zughl : prop. n. (Ded/Silm ch. 20 ; CLI : 75, 128 and 147 ; GJ : 75 and 143 ; SA1 : II ; PTM : 279 and 286) Great Mountain or one of the Seven Great Houses ; formed by the root Z-G-L and the infix -h- ; see zaghāl, zigil and zugl.
- zugl : com. n. (Ded/Silm ch. 20 ; CLI : 75, 128 and 147 ; GJ : 75 and 143 ; SA1 : II ; PTM : 279 and 286) mountain ; root Z-G-L ; see zagāl, zughl and zigil.


Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Tilkalin le 10 Mars 2005, 17:14:25
What an amazing translation work :shock: !!
Congratulations Cyrus :king2: !!

Yours sincerly,
Eric.


Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Durin le 10 Mars 2005, 20:34:17
I Agree with Gumbadan: u have done an incredible work of translation.
 :king2:   :king2:

Because it's really reallly long. AND Gumbadan and me know it very well, don't we? ;)  :joy:

Durin, still impressed  :P


Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Cyrus le 11 Mars 2005, 09:04:50
It is really an easy work to translate such beautiful pages so wonderfully corrected by our amazing correctors.
In my turn, I thank you very much !  :plus:


Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Diggin le 11 Mars 2005, 12:41:45
:shock:  Good job !  :tropdecafe:


Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Anglin le 11 Mars 2005, 15:46:28
now we just have to wait for some english ones interrested by your amazing translation cyrus here ... Thanks a lot :wink:


Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Cyrus le 11 Mars 2005, 16:06:04
There are not many khuzdūl glossaries on the web (even Ardalambion is less complete ! :mrgreen: ), so we could expect some visitors !
(err...at least, I hope for it !)


Titre: I'm from the Lord of the Rings Online Forums
Posté par: Ibun le 01 Avril 2006, 00:16:17
Hey, got a link to this, and I'm very glad of it! Amazing translation work, it's gonna be needed when I start RPing on the site's forums! Have to make his life story first. Once again, great job!


Titre: Khuzdūl : a glossary
Posté par: Cyrus le 03 Avril 2006, 08:23:10
Thanks a lot, Ibun !  :D
I always thought that this job would be useful...one day ! (even for just one "invited" !) :lol: