The stout, sturdy, hardy underground people of great honor, tenacity, wealth, and stubbornness. Dwarves they are called and proudly do they live. Chiefly they praise and laud their clans and families, creating close kinship ties. "Honorable fellows create powerful families" 'tis said in Mil Bazon and Aevûnd, the two largest cities of dwarves. Mil Bazon is in Enor Daeg and Aevûnd is by the Colossal Steps in Belor Daeg.  


The dwarves are very devout and polytheist. They pray to Moradin more, seeing him as their chief deity. In major cities they have temples dedicated to all Good deities, but in small colonies or villages you will find Moradin and maybe Kord.  


Dwarves highly revere their ancestors, give thanks to them, and make offerings without temples or shrines. Ancestors are not part of a dwarf's prayers, but they do always live in the back of their mind.  






Ae, ae = long 'i' as in sky.
Ay, ay = long 'a' as in hay.
I, i = short 'ih' as in fig.
Í, í = long 'ee' as in sear. Incorporated from elvish.
Oi, oi / Oy, oy = as in boy.
U, u = short 'uh' as in lung.
Û, û = long 'ew' as in loot. ex. Aevûnd
Uû, uû = as in yew.
Uy, uy = as in Ye, but with emphasis on the beginning 'yuh'.
Y, y = long 'ee' as in sear.  


Ch, ch = as in church, never 'sh'. Zh, zh = soft 'th' as in 'that'. Th, th = hard 'th' as in 'thing'.  

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A settlement is called baemun. A large settlement is a baemū̂n. A collection of settlements is called baemaly.
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