Re: Runes thoughout Middle-Earth
Just curious, where did you get the translation of zahar from? The only site I can find that mentions the meaning of Tmunzahar gives it as
Originally Posted by Reddhawk
tûm “bold / delving” (1st decl., type B) (in Tumunzahar, q.v.)
*zahar “hollow” (adj.) (in Tumunzahar, q.v.)
This of course would mean that Katub-zahar means Book-hollow or Hollow-book instead (or even Hollow of the book).
and the ever watchful warg, waiting from the shadows, fear the name of Bagulrat.