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theheirsofdurin:

Dwalin, Thorin’s trusted right-hand man, his lieutenant who would follow Thorin to the gates of hell and pretty much does. (G. McT.)

"No, you don’t, you don’t understand! None of you do - you’re Dwarves. You used to - to this life, to living on the road, never settling in one place, not belonging anywhere.

I am sorry, I didn’t…”

curiosamathematica:

The Lord of the Rings :D

curiosamathematica:

The Lord of the Rings :D

Some canon Khuzdul names of things and people

Azaghâl

lord of the Dwarves of Belegost (The Silmarillion, chapter 20)

Azanulbizar

Dimrill Dale, Nanduhirion (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 4)

Barazinbar

Redhorn, Caradhras (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 3)

Bundushathûr

Cloudyhead, Fanuidhol (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 3)

Buzundush

Blackroot, Morthond (The Treason of Isengard p. 167)

Felakgundu

Felagund (The Peoples of Middle-earth p. 352)

Gabilân

Sirion (The War of the Jewels p. 336)

Gabilgathol

Mickleburg, Belegost (The Silmarillion, chapter 10)

Gamil Zirak

a smith, master of Telchar (Unfinished tales, first part, chapter 2)

Ibun

Petty-Dwarf, son of Mîm (The Silmarillion, chapter 21)

Khazad-dûm

Dwarrowdelf, Moria (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 3)

Kheled-zâram

Mirrormere, Nen Cenedril (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 3)

Khîm

Petty-Dwarf, son of Mîm (The Silmarillion, chapter 21)

Kibil-nâla

Silverlode, Celebrant (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 3)

Mahal

Aulë (The Silmarillion, chapter 2)

Mazarbul

[Chamber] of Archives (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 5)

Mîm

Petty-Dwarf of Amon Rûdh (The Silmarillion, chapter 21)

Narag-zâram

Lake Helevorn (The Return of the Shadow p. 466)

Nargûn

Mordor (The Return of the Shadow p. 466)

Nulukkhizdîn

Nargothrond (The War of the Jewels p. 180)

Sharbhund

Amon Rûdh (Unfinished tales, first part, chapter 2)

Sigin-tarâg

the Longbeards (The Peoples of Middle-earth p. 321)

Tharkûn

Gandalf (The Lord of the Rings, book IV, chapter 5)

Tumunzahar

Hollowbold, Nogrod (The Silmarillion, chapter 10)

Zigilnâd

Silverlode, Celebrant (The Peoples of Middle-earth p. 279)

Zirak-zigil

Silvertine, Celebdil (The Lord of the Rings, book II, chapter 3

Khuzdul language pdfs

ohmaglor:

   “So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings!” said Bilbo, and he turned his back on his adventure.
   The Tookish part was getting very tired, and the Baggins was daily getting stronger. “I wish now only to be in my own arm-chair!” he said.

"We Will Reclaim our Mountain (of Cheese)" Sammich

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You will need:

  1. Put skillet over medium heat and toss on a fork scoop of butter. Don’t be afraid of it. You’re not feeding Elves.
  2. While butter melts, spread mayo on one side of each piece of bread you’re using.
  3. Put at least 2 pieces mayo side down on the skillet. Don’t touch them until they sizzle and you see the bottom edges turning a light golden brown.
  4. Flip them!
  5. While the other side browns, begin sprinkling cheese and bacon crumbles on the center of the mayo side of 1 piece. 
  6. Once you’ve made your delicious mountain, smoosh the pieces together to make your sammich.
  7. Keep browning the sides to your taste, then enjoy!

(If you want to add some dragon fire, put some Sriracha on with the mayo spread. :))

huh-huh-huh-swag:

Okay so I have an idea as to why Dragons like gold so much.   In Morgoth’s Ring  “Morgoth’s power was disseminated throughout Gold, if nowhere absolute (for he did not create Gold) it was nowhere absent.”

Whenever my dad is gone, his dog will go find a blanket or coat something he uses that smells like him and she will cuddle it.

What if that’s why dragons roll around in big piles of gold because it “smells” like Morgoth?   They just miss their daddy.

The Burglar

The Arkenstone? Did you find it?