Summary: Luna was just a normal 17 year old, starting her first job at her dad’s best friend’s book store, she didn’t expect her life to take such drastic changes afterwards.
Pairing: Luke Garroway/OFC
Rating: Mature, Fluff-ish, underage; for a good bit of the story, quick burn
Word Count: 1,682
Inspiration: I read a Luke and OFC story that was sorta similar on AO3 and I love Luke Garroway cause duh AIDAN TURNER, and my mind ran off after this. I did try to stay as correct TMI as I could too. Im super nervous about posting some of this, so far only @iorwen has read what I’ve written so far. So bear with me, and please tell me what you think! Like, Reblog, comment, hit up my ask.
“The Dwarven language was created by Aulë, and was called Khuzdul. It was a strange language to Elves and Men, and few non-Dwarves learned it, because it was difficult, and the Dwarves kept it secret, preferring to communicate in the languages of their neighbors. Only one Khuzdul phrase was well known to outsiders: the ancient battle cry, going back to at least the First Age: “Baruk Khazâd! Khazâd ai-mênu!”, which means “Axes of the Dwarves! The Dwarves are upon you!”. The Dwarves taught Khuzdul carefully to their children, as a learned language, not a cradle-tongue, and thus the language changed very little over the ages, unlike those of other races. The Dwarves also devised a secret language of gestures to communicate between themselves in silence, the iglishmêk.“
"The Dwarves used Angerthas, a runic writing system based on Cirth. There were different variations of Angerthas, which varied by each Dwarven clan; the Dwarves of Khazad-dum had their own variation and introduced a number of unsystematic changes in the system. The Dwarves of Erebor also used a further modification of the system, which was known as Angerthas Erebor. Some examples of Angerthas were seen in notable Dwarven texts, including the Book of Mazarbul, Thror’s Map, as well as other objects such as the Key to the hidden door, the key which was given to Thorin Oakenshield.”