This dictionary is my favorite. It tells a lot about how a Dwarf thinks and acts.
A: Of, with, within, to
Af: They, you (plural)
Bin: In, on, beside
Ek: He, she, it you (singular)
Ok: Why, how
Or: I, me, myself
Um: Them, those, these
Ut: Us, we ourselves
Kantuz: One hundred
Millus: One Thousand
Agrul: Stone carving; lines in the face of a very old Dwarf
Ankor: Domain or realm
Az: War axe
Azgul: Treasure hoard
Azul: Metal of any kind; dependable; a sturdy Dwarf
Bar: A fortified gateway or door
Barag: War machine
Baraz: A bond or promise
Boga: A candle which blows out unexpectedly plunging the tunnel into
Bok: Banging your head on the roof of a low tunnel; characteristic scar on
the forehead caused by same
Boki: Slang word for a Dwarf miner
Bolg: Large fat belly. Also a state of extreme wealth, age and contentment
Bryn: Gold which shines strikingly in the sunlight; anything shiny or
Chuf: Pieces of very old cheese a Dwarf miner keeps under his hat for
Dammaz: A grievance, grudge, or insult to be avenged
Dal: Old; good
Dar: A challenge or bet
Dok: Watch, observe or see; also refers to the eye
Dongliz: The parts of a Dwarf's body that are impossible to scratch
Drek: Far, a great distance; great ambition or enterprise
Dreng: Slay in combat
Drongnel: Dragon stew with cave mushrooms marinated in strong ale
Drung: To defeat, vanquish
Duk: Low, narrow tunnel
Dum: Doom or darkness
Duraz: Stone or slab
Ekrund: A stairway descending beneath the ground
Elgram: Weak, enfeebled, thin
Elgraz: Construction that looks as if it is about to collapse
Frongol: Mushroom which grow at the back of a cave
Galaz: Gold of particular ornamental value
Garaz: Fearless, rebellious
Gand: Find, discover
Gazan: Plains, wasteland
Gibal: Fragment of food enmeshed in a Dwarf's beard
Ginit: Small stone which works its way into your boot causing discomfort
Girt: Broad tunnel with plenty of headroom
Gor: Wild beast
Gorak: Great cunning, uncanny
Gorl: Gold which is especially soft and yellow; the color yellow
Gorog: Ale; high spirits; a drinking binge
Got: March or travel quickly and with purpose
Gnollengrom: Respect due to a Dwarf who has a longer and more spectacular
Grik: Pain in the neck caused by continually stooping in a low tunnel
Grim: Harsh, unyeilding
Grimaz: Barren place
Grindal: Long flaxen plaits worn by Dwarf maidens
Grint: Waste rock or spoil left by miners' excavation
Grizdal: Ale which has been fermented for at least a century
Grizal: Poor meat
Grobkaz: Goblin work; evil deeds
Grobkul: Art of stalking Goblins in caves
Grog: Inferior or watered ale; mannish brew
Grom: Brave or defiant
Gromdal: An ancient artifact
Grumbak: A short measure of ale; trivial complaint or grumble
Grumbaki:A grumbler or whiner
Grung: A mine
Grungni: Dwarf Ancestor, god of mines and smiths
Grungnaz: Making or smithying
Grungron: A forge
Guz: To consume food or drink
Hazkal: Ale brewed recently; a fiery young warrior.
Hunk: Carry heavy rocks or other burden
Ik: Putting your hand in something slimy and unpleasant in the darkness
Irkul: Pillared vault hewn in rock
Kadrin: Mountain Pass
Karag: Volcano or barren mountain
Karaz: War or battle
Khaz: An underground hall
Kulgur: The art of cooking Troll
Konk: Gold which is ruddy in color; large and bulbous nose.
Kron: Book; record or history
Krink: Bad back due to continual stooping
Krunk: Underground rockfall; a disaster
Kruk: A seemingly promising vein of ore which gives out suddenly; an
unexpected disappointment; a venture which comes to nothing.
Khrum: War drum
Krut: A discomforting disease contracted from mountain goats
Kruti: A Dwarf suffering from Krut; a goatherder; an insult.
Kuri: Meat stew boiled up by travelling Dwarfs from whatever ingredients are
at hand. Traditionally spiced with wild berries.
Lok: Highly embellished or intricate; praiseworthy
Makaz: Weapon or tool
Mingol: Tall watchtower built on lowland
Naggrund: An area of great upheaval, devastation, or industry.
Nogarung: Drinking tankard made from the skull of a Troll
Onk: Comradely accretion of dirt and grime on a company of Dwarfs who have
spent many days underground.
Ok: Cunning or skillful
Okri: Craftsman - a common personal name
Ragarin: Coarse and uncomfortable clothing made from the hide of Trolls
Rhun: Rune, word, or power.
Rik: King or Lord
Rikkit: A small stone which falls on your head as you walk down a tunnel
Ril: Gold ore which shines brightly in rock
Rinn: A Lady Dwarf; king's consort.
Runk: A one-sided fight; a sound thrashing!
Rutz: Slackness of bowels caused by drinking too much ale
Stok: To hit or strike
Strol: Walk or travel leisurely
Skof: A cold meal eaten underground
Skrat: To search for gold amongst rock debris or steam bed; scavenge; sparse
Skrati: Poor prospector
Skree: Loose rock on mountain-side
Skruff: A scrawny beard; and outrageous insult!
Skrund: to hew rock; to get stuck.
Skuf: A drunken brawl or skirmish
Slotch: A sodden mix of water, mud and pulverised stone found at the bottom
of a mineworking.
Thag: Slay by an act of treachery
Thagi: Murderous traitor
Thindrongol: Secret vault in which ale or treasure is hidden
Thingaz: Dense forest
Throng: Army; hugh assembly of Dwarfs; a clan.
Thrund: A hand gun
Trogg: A feast or heavy drinking bout
Tromm: Beard; respect due to age or experience
Ufdi: A Dwarf who is overfond of preening and decorating his beard; a vain
Dwarf; a Dwarf who cannot be trusted to fight.
Umgak: Shoddy, poorly made
Und: A watchpost carved into the mountainside
Ungrim: A Dwarf who has not yet fulfilled an important oath; an
Ungdrin Ankor: Underway, the ancient underground roadway of the Dwarfs.
Urbaz: A trading post or market
Urk: Orc or enemy
Uzkul: Bones or death
Varn: Mountain lake
Vongal: Raiding band of men
Vorn: A farm
Wanaz: A disreputable Dwarf with an unkempt beard; an insult
Wattock: An unsuccessful Dwarf prospector; a down-at-heel Dwarf; an insult.
Wazzok: A Dwarf who has exchanged gold or some other valuable item for
something of little or no worth; a foolish or gullible Dwarf; and insult.
Werit: A Dwarf who has forgotten where he placed his tankard of ale; a stat
Wutroth: Wood from ancient mountain oak
Zak: An isolated hut in the mountains
Zaki: A crazed Dwarf who wanders in the mountains
Zhuf: Waterfall or rapidly flowing river
Zorn: Upland plateau or high meadow