-an - This is attached to verbs to make them passive, and overrides 'ag' and 'am', thus - gogan - blessed, -at - This is attached to words to mean 'a place of', thus, 'kampat' - a warcamp. For example, Falstad Dragonreaver's real name is Falstad Wildhammer. Outside of a few exceptions such as loch, no Dwarven words have any real-life counterparts, although their phonology appears to have Celtic (Dun Morogh, Gwyarbrawden), Germanic (Thandol, Thor Modan) and Semitic (Bael'gun, Khaz Modan) influences. They are lesser clans within one of the three main dwarven cultures. Therefore, translated in-game speech isn't true Dwarven. ad-zauram, formal), ring - hring (Plu. aurdrukat ), Innat (Plu. Female Names: Chise, Helga, Ferya, Furga, Krona, Imli. In nouns of Khazudul origin, a root is generally equivalent to a specific, non-abstract, concrete meaning. T… Some family names are derived from names of honor earned through some feat, which replace the family's true name. Dwarven text seems to be heavily pseudo-Old English, or pseudo-Germanic tongue of the Anglo-Saxons, and Scottish. anvil - dorheusat (Plu. [1] The race is split into various different clans, with the three most predominant being led by the Council of Three Hammers. 'Without'. Convert from English to Orcish. Leib gossen do jordrukat, vas em bi? It is also one of the standard languages in Dungeons and Dragons. The Unn (Pillar) system of suffixes is used to create new nouns, but some roots have different meanings from others. Rather than having their own special word, they are instead written Al (number) - 'of (number)'. daurheusat, formal ), dormark (Plu. thaurk), staff, magic wand - tharkun (Plu. It was also … Ohr strollen, I'm walking, -ess - This indicates (rarely) a female version of a noun - for example, Dornessi (queen) as opposed to Dorni (king), -ar - This is a kind of 'permanent' equivalent of -en. Female Names: Kella, Lorim, Ar-ya, Senica. faulekig, formal), pool - zaram (Plu. 3. Dwarves typically have names reflecting the sturdy nature of their past. Dwarves are an ancient, bold, and courageous race descended from the earthen. For example, Godd means 'God', whilst Goddr has no meaning whatsoever. felekbaruk), felekit (Plu. Send. Generally, though, anything with the sound 'au' in it is plural. Family Names: Beastclaw, Greatbeard, Thundertamer, Windseer. daurniti) - prince, or lord - i.e. -en - This is the equivalent of 'ing' in common, although it is used a lot more to indicate ongoing things - i.e. Have a dwarvish word you want to translate? This is also used to derive all sorts of similar word meanings. mauri ) To make friends: Merag, gear, general moving part - gyyr (Plu. aevaunen ), eye - kan (Dual kaon, Plu. Many also have surnames that were earned by a member of the family in service during a quest or in a particular moment of notoriety or infamy that has now become part of a family legacy. : In Old Dwarvish, this was different, so it must be remembered that in certain place names and older compound words, a different order (noun then adjective) was followed. "Drag'Cyfaill" = Draig is the Welsh for Dragon and Cyfaill is Welsh for friend,so maybe it may be another way to say he is a Good Friend to the person who gave him the title. We really need some citations...I really question the magnus, magna bit, as Magna is used interchangeably as a neutral term for both male and female in Cycle of Hatred.Baggins10:45, 29 December 2006 (EST) -ig - A tool used to do something. This indicates something that will be ongoing permanently - for example, Urtar (constant ongoing pain). Ever wanted to make a random text generator. Horde says 'j o a a f', Alliance reads 'n i g g a'. This English to Khazalid dictionary is intended to make it easier for those searching for a specific word or for a specific translation without having to skim the Khazalid lexicon all the time in search of it. These include 'Baruk' (Barak) axes. In World of Warcraft the Dwarven language is listed as Dwarven under the Dwarf skill list, and Dwarvish in chat mode. Although modern dwarven has made most of its words uniform, following standard patterns, one main trace of the two original separate languages remains, in nouns. "Draig'cyfail" = "Dragonheart", a title given to the wizard Rhonin NotD 109 3. Ohr vald (bi) strollen - I would be walking, Ohr vald ad strollen - I would have been walking. The Dwarves of the Elder Scrolls are primarily known as the Dwemer, and their language is referred to as Dwemeris; Dwemeris shares many common characteristics with the Dwarven language of World of Warcraft, along with the Dwarven language in Lord of the Rings, Dragon Age and Dungeons and Dragons. They are lesser clans within one of the three main dwarven cultures. [3]. rauggderfrul ) - leather, skilam - to master a skill, to understand, smiddag - to make (particularly armor and weapons but also general), tarag (Plu. the 'little-king' of an isolated settlement, felekig (Plu. "Magna" = "Protector", used for both male and female Guardians. 'Ad' marks future. It does not actually use a specific dictionary. Family Names: Thunderforge, Bronzebeard, Hammergrim, Thornsteel, Chunderstout. For example, Gedag, to mine, Gedig, a mining tool. For example, 'Alug', armour, becomes 'Alaug', 'armours', Taang, 'bow', becomes 'Taung' 'bows'. For example: In nouns of Dvaagr Tungr origin, a root is equivalent to an abstract concept, and a suffixed -r creates a specific noun. World of Warcraft Translator. -uli - Suffix indicating an individual who is a master of that art. Used interchangeably with i, though i is normally a profession or lifestyle (Shmekhi, for example, is usually an assassin). "Dwyar'hun" = "Star Bow" (from the older dwarven dialect), a form of dwarven crossbow with spiked balls instead of bolts (NotD 238) 4. Humans taught dwarves how to write in Common, which was much simpler and easier than runes; and over the years, the dwarves altered the language into their own design. For example, Falstad Dragonreaver's real name is Falstad Wildhammer. -am - Suffix indicating a verb that will be completed fully. Many also have surnames that were earned by a member of the family in service during a quest or in a particular moment of notoriety or infamy that has now become part of a family legacy. daurmark), beard - tarag (Plu. Dwyar'hun= Star Bow (from the older dwarven dialect), a form of dwarven crossbow with spiked balls instead of bolts. [citation needed]. Dwarven has been the name for the languages of dwarves in many fantasy settings, including Lord of the Rings. 'bull language'), templar - leshonkhuzi (Plu. Due to the overall lack of use-able words in the official thread regarding the Dwarven language on LOTC forums, there are essential words in this translator that are not part of that post. The words 'Yz', 'Az', 'Iz' and 'Ez' are used for comparisons, combined with 'dan' (than). Female Names: Chise, Helge, Ferya, Furga, Krona, Imli. thaurkun ) - staff, magic wand, varrak - memory (uncountable, general - 'my memory's bad'), vosduzki (Plu. Here are a few Dwarven phrases and words, for which the translations have been officially confirmed by Blizzard, or have real world translations; In dwarven culture, family names often indicate clan names as well. taurag ) (also 'to grow a beard'), carved stone - dur felekan (Plu. -en attached to the end of the word is equivalent to 'ing' in Common. For example, Goddul - 'God-art' or 'God-discipline' - translates as religion, whilst Brauzagul translates as either the Common Tongue or the art of farming (depending on the context). "Magna" = "Protector", used for both male and female Guardians. Adverbs are placed after the verb, i.e. It does not actually use a specific dictionary. Gnommish Two-Way Translator. [3]. For possession, emphasis is often added using 'on' or 'with': Common - I have a house Literal dwarven translation - Ohr abb an drukat aevaun ) - sunset (mooncome, moon arrival), aefvennen (Plu. Note: The language algorithm used by the in-game "translator" merely makes the words LOOK like Dwarven/Dwarvish. Some family names are derived from names of honor earned through some feat, which replace the family's true name. Wildhammer surnames recall great accomplishments of family members and clans. If the word ends in a vowel, add either an R, T, P, D, B, or K. If it ends in a "soft" consonant, add a vowel and one of the above letters. "Drag'Cyfaill" = Draig is the Welsh for Dragon and Cyfaill is Welsh for friend,so maybe it may be another way to say he is a Good Friend to the person who gave him the title. De AvorMaaw Taalmarr - Grey Mouth Volcano, De MarGurnvosat - Forest of the Hidden Ones, Dornat ald Ezparddaz - Lands of the Espardius, Launnd ald Vosduzki - Lands of the Sis'Ralar, Launnd ald Daukhel - Lands of the Eringalen, Launnd ald Elonn - Lands of Helon (also known as MagLaunnd, or 'rotting land', by those more opposed to the Helonites), Launnd ald Draukh - Daemon lands, Senf-Duu, GrayLaunnd ald MalGrey - Lands of Mal-Grey, GrayLaunnd ald RalGrey - Lands of Ral-Grey, DornatLaunnd ald Hurmfarid Ralakeem - Ralakeem, Launnd ald Du-Kilzzak vel Taurori - Lands of Du'Kilzak, MistyLook for WordPress originally by Sadish Bala, http://www.stormnexus.org/Dwarven_Language, Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0. Note: The language algorithm used by the in-game "translator" merely makes the words LOOK like Dwarven/Dwarvish. Dwarven is considered the ancestor language of Common, which is essentially an offshoot with much mimicked vocabulary and the same writing system. https://worldofwarcraft.fandom.com/et/wiki/Dwarven?oldid=35088, Ahz, Dum, Dun, Eft, Gar, Gor, Hor, Kha, Mok, Mos, Red, Ruk, Gear, Gosh, Grum, Guma, Helm, Hine, Hoga, Hrim, Khaz, Kost, Loch, Modr, Rand, Rune, Thon, Algaz, Angor, Dagum, Frean, Gimil, Goten, Havar, Havas, Mitta, Modan, Modor, Scyld, Skalf, Thros, Weard, Bergum, Drugan, Farode, Haldir, Haldji, Modgud, Modoss, Mogoth, Robush, Rugosh, Skolde, Syddan, Dun-fel, Ganrokh, Geardum, Godkend, Haldren, Havagun, Kaelsag, Kost-um, Mok-kha, Thorneb, Zu-Modr, Azregahn, Gefrunon, Golganar, Khaz-dum, Khazrega, Misfaran, Mogodune, Moth-tur, Ok-Hoga, Thulmane, Ahz-Dagum, Angor-dum, Arad-Khaz, Gor-skalf, Grum-mana, Khaz-rand, Kost-Guma, Mund-helm, Angor-Magi, Gar-Mogoth, Hoga-Modan, Midd-Havas, Nagga-roth, Thros-gare, Azgol-haman, Dun-haldren, Ge'ar-anvil, Guma-syddan, Gimil-thumane, Gol'gethrunon, Haldji-drugan, "Draig'cyfail" = "Dragonheart", a title given to the wizard, "Dwyar'hun" = "Star Bow" (from the older dwarven dialect), a form of dwarven crossbow with spiked balls instead of bolts. -it - A smaller version of something - for example, Karit (small stone). This is the list of words created by the in-game language parser for the "Dwarvish" language, and is listed as language number six (word range 204-314, 1236) in the Language text file. Thanks for all the supportive comments and offers of games. Dwarven: If the word ends in a "rough" consonant, simply add a second, as in Gar becomes Garr. "Bael Modan" = "Red Mountain" or "the Red Mountain"WRPG 190 A&HC 55 2. Wildhammer surnames recall great accomplishments of family members and clans. For temporary physical states like the above (including illnesses and feelings), 'on' is usually used. "Bael Modan" = "(the) Red Mountain"(WRPG 190) (A&HC 55) 2. This is the list of words created by the in-game language parser for the "Dwarvish" language, and is listed as language number six (word range 204-314, 1236) in the Language text file. This shows that the new name could be passed on to their descendants, depending on the choice of the individual. zauram, formal ad-zaram, ad-zauram) - pool. -ul - Suffix indicating an art, discipline etc pertaining to something, a language, etc. "Loch" = a lake or partially landlocked or protected bay; a narrow arm of the sea. This is a rough translator for the language of the dwarves within the world of the Minecraft Roleplay server, Lord of the Craft, or, LOTC. They are lesser clans within one of the three main dwarven cultures. Rem leib de Khazdul? Male Names: Barab, Aradun, Thorin, Magni, Garrim, Wendel, Thurimar. [3], https://wow.gamepedia.com/Dwarven_(language)?oldid=5718153, Ahz, Dum, Dun, Eft, Gar, Gor, Hor, Kha, Mok, Mos, Red, Ruk, Gear, Gosh, Grum, Guma, Helm, Hine, Hoga, Hrim, Khaz, Kost, Loch, Modr, Rand, Rune, Thon, Algaz, Angor, Dagum, Frean, Gimil, Goten, Havar, Havas, Mitta, Modan, Modor, Scyld, Skalf, Thros, Weard, Bergum, Drugan, Farode, Haldir, Haldji, Modgud, Modoss, Mogoth, Robush, Rugosh, Skolde, Syddan, Dun-fel, Ganrokh, Geardum, Godkend, Haldren, Havagun, Kaelsag, Kost-um, Mok-kha, Thorneb, Zu-Modr, Azregahn, Gefrunon, Golganar, Khaz-dum, Khazrega, Misfaran, Mogodune, Moth-tur, Ok-Hoga, Thulmane, Ahz-Dagum, Angor-dum, Arad-Khaz, Gor-skalf, Grum-mana, Khaz-rand, Kost-Guma, Mund-helm, Angor-Magi, Gar-Mogoth, Hoga-Modan, Midd-Havas, Nagga-roth, Thros-gare, Azgol-haman, Dun-haldren, Ge'ar-anvil, Guma-syddan, Gimil-thumane, Gol'gethrunon, Haldji-drugan.