- s usually good-naturedly mischievous
- Lirazel had wanted to call him "an elvish name full of wonder and made of syllables like birds' cries at night.
- RICHARD III by William ShakespeareRichard III is called a "hellhound," an "elvish-mark'd, abortive, rooting hog," "a bottled.
- Melusine, the immortal elvish sorceress, found him daydreaming one day, took him into the forest of Acaire.
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- Why Elvish, Klingon, Dothraki, and Na'vi are real languages
Fans have filled out the Klingon language. (Credit: Screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET) If you've spent a couple decades studying, learning, and speaking Klingon, then you probably already know in your gut it's a real language. Linguist John McWhorter has your back. McWhorter explains in a short Ted-Ed lesson how certain made-up languages can qualify as real languages. He investigates Elvish from ...
Sept. 27, 2013 - CNET
- 'Thor: The Dark World': Christopher Eccleston Reveals Malekith's Humanity
by Brett White Judging by some incredibly menacing moments in the "Thor: The Dark World" trailers, it looks like the evil dark elf Malekith is going to make the malevolent Loki look like a lil' ol' prankster by comparison. Actor Christopher Eccleston brings Malekith to life, underneath the heavy armor and extensive elvish prosthetics. His […]
Sept. 27, 2013 - MTV
- You Can Learn to Speak Dothraki
Someday, high schoolers may have to decide if they should fulfill their language requirement with Spanish or Dothraki. The words spoken by Khal Drogo and the rest of the Dothraki people on Game of Thrones is a conlang (constructed language), as this TED Ed video explains. Dothraki joins the ranks of other conlangs like Klingon ( Star Trek ), Na’vi ( Avatar ) and Elvish ( Lord of the Rings ). See ...
Sept. 26, 2013 - Mashable
- John Lennon in Edmonton Sun
The Elvish we speak is actually an ancient form of Irish because Elvish is a registered trademark of the Tolkien family and you can't use it,Lennon says. "So what we're speaking is an ancient form of Gaelic or Irish. I had it on an iPod...
- Howard Shore in Sydney Morning Herald
Playing in Wellington had a great Kiwi spirit to it,Shore says. "And playing in Antwerp, you had the Belgian experience. In Montreal, the kids were French and they were singing the Elvish with a very specific sound to it ...... They're all...