Adûnaic

The language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age.

Nakhatûn ‘nNê *kalâma

English: Our meeting is a pleasure Literal Translation: Coming-[dual plural] of-us jolly Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: 5#cE1~N5 5″~V zDj~Ct# Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Greetings

Ki-nakhahê ni-yad

English: Come here Literal Translation: You-come at-me Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: zG5#cE9~V 5%hD2 Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Journey Phrases I put together these phrases

Zadân anNi zadân anKi

English: My home is your home Literal Translation: Home of-me home of-you Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: ,D2~C5 `C5″% ,D2~C5 `C5zG Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s):

Lâ ni-na Nimrîyê

English: I am not an Elf Literal Translation: Not I-am Elvish Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: j~C 5%5# 5%t7~Bh~V Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Introductions I

Ni-na Adûna

English: I am human Literal Translation: I-am [a] Dúnadan Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: 5%5# `C2~N5# Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Introductions I put together these

Ni-na ___

English: I am ___ Literal Translation: I am _[a name]_ Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: 5%5# ººº Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Introductions I put together

Lâ izinda

English: Wronged! Literal Translation: Not straight Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: j~C `B,G4#- Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Insults and Unfriendly Phrases I put together these

Nê-yâdim

English: We must go Literal Translation: We-are-going Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: 5~Vh~C2%t Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Farewells I put together these phrases for free,

Du-yâda nê?

English: May we go? Literal Translation: Would-go we? Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: 2^h~C2# 5~VÀ Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age. Phrasebook Chapter(s): Farewells I put together these phrases

Urîn *bêla batan-zê ‘nKi

English: May the sun shine upon your path Literal Translation: Sun brights path-at of-you Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: `N7~B5 w~Vj# w#1E5k~V 5zG Pronunciation Guides Language(s): AdûnaicThe language spoken in Númenor in the Second Age.