Neo-Khuzdul glossary

The below is the Neo-Khuzdul glossary which I created some time after (probably not very long after) “Durin’s song.” I have not added or amended anything, except that for clarity I’ve substituted the IPA glottal stop sign ʔ for an original apostrophe. The verbal “parts” are the perfect, the imperfect (both 3rd person singular masculine) and what I now take to be a verbal noun of some sort, though I am not quite sure about this any more. Possibly it was intended as a participial base, or even an imperative form (though if the latter is the case, it is now entirely superseded). Some of these words were never used in other contexts, as far as I can tell.

Neo-Khuzdul verbs
atama/tâtimi/itm, v.I: breathe [√ʔTM]
bakana/tabkana/bakin, v.I: wake [√BKN]
balaga/tablugi/bulg, v.I: swallow
baraka/tabriki/birk, v.I: break [√BRK]
barrada/taburrudi, v.II: be heavy [√BRD]
darafa/tadrafi/darf, v.I: kill [√DRF]
gana/tagini/gin, v.III: begin [√GN]
ganaga/tagnagi/gang, v.I: walk [√GNG]
garada/tagrudi/gurd v.I: fear [√GRD]
garafa/tagrafi/garf v.I: take, grasp [√GRF]
kalata/takluti/kult v.I: hear [√KLT]
karaka, v.I: break [KRK]
karraka/takarraki, v.II: split [√KRK]
lababa/talbabi/labb, v.I: lick [√LB]
nakha/tanakhi/nakh, v.III: come [√NKh]
rasasa/tarsisi/riss, v.I: rise [√RS]
sakhaya/taskhawi/sakhu, v.I: look [√SKhW]
satafa/tastafa/satf, v.I: step [√STF]
shafata/tashfati/shaft, v.I: move [√ShFT]
shanaka/tashniki/shink, v.I: rip [√ShNK]
sharraka/tashurruki, v.II.: surround [√ShRK]
takata/tatkuti/tukt: be silent [√TKT]
tharaka/tathraki/thark: hold up [√ThRK]
zalafa/tazlifi/zilf, v.I: sleep [√ZLF]
zahara/tazhari/zahir, v.I: build [√ZHR]
nasasa/tansasi/nass, v.I: save [√NS]
nazafi/tanzifi/nizif, v.I: snap

Neo-Khuzdul nouns and adjectives
abad, n.: mountain [√ʔBD]
aban, n.: stone [√ʔBN]
abzag, n.: bane [√BZG]
agnân, pl. agânîn: n.: beginning
amrad, n.: death [√MRD]
askad, n.: shadow [√SKD]
atam, n.: breath [√ʔTM]
atkât, n.: silence [√TKT]
aznân, n.: darkness [√ʔZN]
buzrâ, n.: deep [√BZR]
dâd, n., pl. addâd: father [√ʔD]
danak, n., pl. danuk: candle [√DNK]
darfûn, n.: killer [√DRF]
furkhîn, n.: world [√FRKh]
gamil, adj.: old [√GML]
gilim, n.: glint [√GLM]
gund, n., pl. ganâd: hall, cave [√GND]
iklal, n.: cold [√KL]
irkat, n.: (straight) shaft [√RKT]
kalil, adj.: cold [√KL]
kazlîn, n.: haven [√KZL]
mabazgûn, adj.pl.?: slain [√BZG]
makelek, makalk- n. exile [√KLK]
nâd, n. end [√ND]
narag, adj.: black [√NRG]
rakit, adj.: straight [√RKT]
sullu, adj.: all
thakal, n.: steel [√ThKL]
ubraz, n.: gold [√BRZ]
ubzar, adj.cp.: deeper [√BZR]
udlag, adj.cp.: very far away [√DLG]
unkhay, adj.cp.: very close [√NKhW]
ugmal, adj.cp.: oldest [√GML]
ugrûd, n.: fear, dread [√GRD]
ulfat, n.: air [√LFT]
urkhas, n.: demon [√RKhS]
urus, pl. arrâs, n.: fire, flame [‘RS]
uzbad, n.: lord, king [√ZBD]
zeleg, n.: stair [√ZLG]

lukhud- light [√LKhD]
galabi- word [√GLB]
ukrati- glory [√KRT]
fillu- skin [√FL]
kurdu- heart [√KRD]

Other words
ana: to
bin: without
ni: in
tur: through
udu: from
undu: beneath

ku: who
ala: this
tada: that
maku:

gagin: again
nîd: down
ra: and
ya: also
zai: with

lai: behold