What does Thorin say to Smaug?
Thorin Oakenshield: I’m taking back what you stole. Smaug: You will take NOTHING from me, dwarf. I laid low your warriors of old. I instilled terror in the hearts of men.
What does Thorin say in The Hobbit?
The first insult Thorin makes to Thranduil in neo-khuzdul is “Imrid amrâd ursul!” which is “Die a death of flames!” (lit: “Die a fiery death”). “Ursul” means “fiery” and in typical khuzdul (semitic) fashion it is placed after the noun.
What does Thorin say to Bilbo?
Quotes. Thorin Oakenshield : [to Bilbo] Farewell, Master Burglar. Go back to your books… and your armchair… plant your trees, watch them grow.
What does Thorin shout in dwarvish when he charges?
Thorin shouts Baruk Khazâd! Khazâd ai-mênu! at the Battle of Five Armies.
What did Thorin say to the Elven King?
Thorin: I would not trust, Thranduil, the great King, to only his word. Till the end of all days be upon us! Thorin: You, lack all honor! I have seen how you treat your friends!
What does Thorin yell at Thranduil?
shkh khakfe andu null MEANING: I defecate on your head and the head of all your kin.
What did Thorin say when he was dying?
Before he died, he made his peace with Bilbo by commending the Hobbit’s bravery and good character, apologising for his harsh words as he now recognised his comrade’s fundamentally benevolent motives. His last words were, “If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.
What does Thorin say on his deathbed?
There is more in you of good than you know, child of the kindly West. Some courage and some wisdom, blended in measure. As he lies on his deathbed, Thorin reveals his admiration for Bilbo. The two had previously been at odds, but now, when all else falls away, readers see the fairness in Thorin’s heart.
What lesson does Thorin learn?
The last lesson is in Thorin’s message, “If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” Learning is an adventure. The accomplishing of a new skill or talent is something to celebrate.