Here’s a text in a mystery language and alphabet. Any ideas which language or alphabet it is?
The alphabet is runes/Futhark, so I’m guessing the language is some old form of a Germanic language.
Hah, after transcribing it, it’s apparently Black Speech.
It looks like Runic. Don’t know the language though.
Yeah, as Nikki said, it looks like Black Speech.
Ah nok durbatuluk
Ah nok thinbatul
Ah nok dratuluk
Ak burum ih krimbatul
Which is really similar to the inscriptians in the ring, that read
Ash nazg durbatulûk
Ash nazg gimbatul
Ash nazg thrakatulûk
Agh burzum-ishi krimpatul
That translates into
One Ring to rule them all
One Ring to find them
One Ring to bring them all
And in the darkness bind them
To my sons (dartril & shortiye) and I these look like runes we associate with old Norse.
Definitely Futhark Runes and i think that Delgado is right.
The alphabet is Uruk Runes and language is Black Speech, both of which were invented by J.R.R. Tolkien. Alessandro’s translation of the text is correct but I think the transliteration should be:
Ash nok durbatuluk
Ash nok ginbatul
Ash nok dratuluk
Ak burum ishi krimbatul
As usual, you are a hundred percent right. I transliterated using the Futharc Runes, and not the Uruk Runes.
Matter of fact, I didn’t even know that J.R.R. Tolkien had created runes apart from the Cirth.
It’s a runic alphabet. So, a celtic alphabet too.
its a ruinic alphabet, i know how to write it. It is also the language of mordor, or Black Speech, which i have also mastered.
ah nok durbatuluk
ah nok thinbatul
ak nok dratuluk
akburum ih krimbatul
one ring to rule them all,
one ring to bind them.
one ring to bring them all,
and in the darkness, bind them.
im a LOTR freak and read and write elvish. (and im only 10 yrs old)
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