Phrasebook Database, version 2.0 I added a few phrases to them, and added a new column for the new, simpler pronunciation guide. Let me know what you think! And let me know if you find any errors. There are bound to be a few that slipped through the cracks, as
I’m trying to make my pronunciation guides easier for people who aren’t familiar with IPA. Please check them out here (Quenya) and here (Sindarin). Let me know what you think! Thanks!
“How?” you may ask. It’s actually quite simple. At the bottom of Realelvish.Net‘s page, where the disclaimer and the site design credits are, there is a link and an ad for Fandango tickets. If you order tickets to The Hobbit on Fandango by clicking on that link then doing it,
I posted a link to my phrasebook database project on Elfling, and got some useful critiques. I uploaded the edited version last Friday (Sep. 21st) which now holds a whopping 7259 phrases in it.
I’m back; I had a lovely time, and now school has started. Right now I’m focusing on finishing the new Elvish section of Arwen-Undomiel.com. It’s going to be awesome! I’m gathering voice actors (only people in Missoula, Montana whom I can train personally and record personally). It’s a lot of
You can find it here: The Phrasebook Database In it is included the thousands of new Quenya phrases that I’ve been working on translating the past few months. The main reason that I decided to do this at last is the dialects. You now have the ability to select which
It’s finally time to beta-test the new phrasebook database! Phrasebook Database Interface Please let me know any problems or errors that you find, and any suggestions you have for making it easier to use are welcome. One little note: the “all of them” option for the phrasebook sections won’t be
I shall be ever-tweaking the naming essays. They have been tweaked some more. Elven Naming Traditions of Valinor The Elven Naming Traditions of Middle-earth Special thanks to Elthir and Marinka for helping me edit them.
There’s a new wordlist! This one is for Reconstructed Quenya. I made it while working on the Quenya phrasebook. Some news on the Phrasebook Database project: it is in the final stages of completion! I’m in the process of building a form that can interact with the database, and that