Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Like in Moria where he meets the Balrog for the first time and then runs down the stairs away from it so fast he falls over.

    but WHERE will you get the best EDUCATION?

  • We've left the guardroom in Moria, and are climbing.

    i wake up and its nothing at al. a hungry wolf, or an angry child.

  • Moria is helping the AI with the work, seemingly able to compute far beyond what is normally known thanks to her privately fitted aug designed by a fugitive.

    Prador Moon by Neal Asher

  • This is the summit called Moria; south of the royal quarter, the hill (2300 to 2050 feet) bears the name of Ophel (II Par., xxvii.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Greatest of all the mansions of the Dwarves was Khazad-dûm, the Dwarrowdelf, Hadhodrond in the Elvish tongue, that was afterwards in the days of its darkness called Moria; but it was far off in the Mountains of Mist beyond the wide leagues of Eriador, and to the Eldar came but as a name and a rumour from the words of the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains.

    The Hobbit Habit

  • For I am, as you see, that true and only giver of wealth whom the Greeks call Moria, the Latins

    In Praise of Folly

  • Remember that massive mining complex from the Lord of the Rings called Moria (aka the Dwarrowdelf, aka Khazad-dûm?)

    TreeHugger

  • Since then it has come to be known as Moria, "The Black Pit."

    Gaming Nexus

  • - Moria was cool, as expected, although jesus, I cannot imagine living in a place like that.

    but WHERE will you get the best EDUCATION?

  • Something really evocative and tragic about Balin trying to take back Moria and establish a colony there while holding back the orcs.

    but WHERE will you get the best EDUCATION?

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.