The orcs were first bred by the Dark Power of the North in the Elder Days. It is said that they had no language of their own, but took what they could of other toungues and perverted it to their own liking, yet they made only brutal jargons, scarecely sufficient even for their own needs, unless it were for curses and abuse.
This definition and along with some work by some linguists produced after some time and hard work an actual dictionary of Black Speech terms. You will find this dictionary online here for your use. The source where I found the dictionary is provided in the sources section of this object.
agh and (conjunction) albai n: elf (or) elves amal n: where ash n: one Azog pn: an orc-leader of Moria bagronk n: dung-pit Bolg pn: an orc-leader (son of Azog), slain by Beorn bugd- v: call burguul n: shadow, comes from the root guul burzum n: darkness buub n: pig buurz adj: dark durb- v: rule durub n: ruler Dushgoi pn: Minas Morgul Dushgoizagh pn: Morgul Pass duump- v: doom fauth- v: lie hidden gaakh let it be that gakh three gazat n: dwarf ghaash n: fire Ghaash pn: an orc of Kirith Ungol ghashum n: heat gimb- v: find glob v: filth Golfimbul pn leader of orcs of Mount Gram, slain at Greenfields golug n: elves, from the 1st Age Gorbag pn: an orc-leader of Minas Morgul, killed by Shagrat goth n: lord, master Gothmog pn: Lt. of Minas Morgul. Grishnaakh pn: an orc of Mordor, slain by Rohirrim gund n: stone guul n: wraith hosh n: guts
ilid n: elf (or) elves Khamuul pn: second in command in the Nazguul krak five krimp- v: bind krith nine Lagduf pn: an orc of Kirith Ungol, killed by Morgul Orcs lat you lata- under (preposition) lug n: tower Lugburzum n: the very dark patch of dark around Barad-dur Lugbuurz pn: Barad-dur Lugdush pn: an orc of Isengard, slain by Rohirrim Lughorn pn: an orc m- root of interrogative words mal where? (interrog) mat- v: die matuurz adj: mortal Mauhuur pn: an orc of Isengard, slain by Rohirrim mog n: voice Morgoth pn: Sorceror that created Uruk's Muzgash pn: an orc of Kirith Ungol, killed by Morgul Orcs narkuu never nazg n: ring Nazguul n: Ring-wraith nuut n: sky oghor n: Druuadan olog n: Mordor light-tolerant troll prakh- v: lure pushdug adj,participle: stinking
Radbug pn: an orc of Minas Morgul, killed by Shagrat Saruman pn: the wizard (Mannish word) sha together with (preposition) Shagrat pn: an orc of Mordor shakh n: lord shara n: man sharkuu n: old man Shelob pn: the giant spider monster of Kirith Ungol skai gah! (exclamation) Snaga pn: an orc of Isengard, slain by Rohirrim Snaga pn: an orc of Kirith Ungol, slain by Sam Gamgee snaga n: slave (and used by Uruk-hai as = `orc of smaller breed') srinkh- v: gather (transitive) ta him tab his tak them tala above (preposition) tark man of Nuumenoorean descent thrak- v: bring throqu- v: devour tug adv: only u to (preposition) udu seven Ufthak pn: an orc of Kirith Ungol, caught by Shelob Ugluuk pn: an orc-leader of Isengard, slain by Eomer uliima n: throne uruk n: one of a breed of big orcs uzg n: land Yaguul pn: an orc za this zagh n: mountain pass
These may be a little difficult to weed through, but I've tried to give examples where I thought people would be confused.
-at verb infinitive Example: Krimp-at -hai people (collective plural) -i noun plural after consonant Example: Bagronk-i -ishi in (case suffix) -ob of (case suffix) -u noun plural after consonant -ub- verb future tense suffix -ug verb present active participle -uga verb past passive participle -uuk all -ul them -um -ness, -yness -uur for (case suffix) -uurz a common adjective-forming suffix -z noun plural after vowel a- prefixed to an interrogative makes it into a relative