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Thread Author Last Post Replies
Make-A-Shout!
Make your own shouts
In Do Vokun December 18, 2015 112
Palindromes
Trying a new form of wordplay
Frinmulaar December 13, 2015 2
Song Lyric Translations
The title kind of says it all.
shynight December 5, 2015 58
Translating: Nightwish- Over the Hills and ...
Drem Yol Lok Zeymah I've begin the translation of this lyrics to Dovahzul runes. What is your opinion?
Fo hokzii December 1, 2015 0
The Dragon rune digraphs
Why do they even exist?
Zulfahdon December 1, 2015 4
Tablets of High Hrothgar
The tablets that you read on your way up to High Hrothgar are translated and transcribed in dovahzul.
Mirkrilaar November 29, 2015 12
A proposition for the dictionnary
Everything's in the title.
Sosaalvulon November 28, 2015 3
Watch the Skies
A challenge to the community.
Loniizrath November 27, 2015 33
Unlaad?
A variant of unslaad?
Zulfahdon November 18, 2015 1
New Dovahzul Learning Section?
I had to work on a website called Duolingo, for Spanish. I was wondering if we could have it for Dovahzul instead.
YolGoraagKaazah November 16, 2015 0
Make your own shouts
by In Do Vokun
Last reply December 18, 2015
Trying a new form of wordplay
by Frinmulaar
Last reply December 13, 2015
The title kind of says it all.
by shynight
Last reply December 5, 2015
Drem Yol Lok Zeymah I've begin the translation of this lyrics to Dovahzul runes. What is your opinion?
by Fo hokzii
Last reply December 1, 2015
Why do they even exist?
by Zulfahdon
Last reply December 1, 2015
The tablets that you read on your way up to High Hrothgar are translated and transcribed in dovahzul.
by Mirkrilaar
Last reply November 29, 2015
Everything's in the title.
by Sosaalvulon
Last reply November 28, 2015
A challenge to the community.
by Loniizrath
Last reply November 27, 2015
A variant of unslaad?
by Zulfahdon
Last reply November 18, 2015
I had to work on a website called Duolingo, for Spanish. I was wondering if we could have it for Dovahzul instead.
by YolGoraagKaazah
Last reply November 16, 2015