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The '''Warg-language''' was the tongue of the [[Wargs]]. Not much is known of this language, but [[Gandalf]] understood it. According to [[Bilbo Baggins]], the tongue "''sounded terrible''".<ref>{{H|6}}</ref>
 
The '''Warg-language''' was the tongue of the [[Wargs]]. Not much is known of this language, but [[Gandalf]] understood it. According to [[Bilbo Baggins]], the tongue "''sounded terrible''".<ref>{{H|6}}</ref>
 
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Latest revision as of 11:23, 10 March 2019

"Tell me, who are you, alone, yourself and nameless?" - Tom Bombadil
This article describes a concept which is mentioned in J.R.R. Tolkien's works, but was never given a definite name.

The Warg-language was the tongue of the Wargs. Not much is known of this language, but Gandalf understood it. According to Bilbo Baggins, the tongue "sounded terrible".[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, "Out of the Frying-Pan into the Fire"
Languages in Tolkien's works
Elvish languages Avarin · Common Eldarin · Mátengwië · Nandorin · Primitive Quendian · Quenya (Exilic · Valinorean · Vanyarin) · Silvan · Sindarin (Doriathrin · Falathrin · Númenórean · Mithrim · Old) · Telerin
Mannish languages Adûnaic · Dalish · Drúedainic · Dunlendish · Pre-Númenórean · Rohirric · Taliska · Westron (Hobbitish)
Dwarvish languages Iglishmêk · Khuzdul
Other languages Black Speech · Entish · Orkish · Valarin · Warg-language
Earlier legendarium Gnomish · Ilkorin · Noldorin (Kornoldorin) · Qenya
Outside the legendarium Animalic · Arktik · Mágol · Naffarin · Nevbosh
Scripts Angerthas/Cirth (Daeron · Erebor · Moria) · Gnomic Letters · Goblin Alphabet · Gondolinic Runes · Moon-letters · Tengwar · Sarati · Valmaric script
"A Secret Vice" (book) · "The Lhammas" · "The Tree of Tongues" · Sub-creation