As the Dwarves are about to depart, Kíli says “amrâlimê” to the Elf-maiden Tauriel, whom he is in love with. And while she does share his feelings, their relationship is doomed to fail because of their races.
What is the meaning of Amralime?
Amralime means my love Kiliel.
Was Tauriel in love with Kili?
Tauriel admits her love for Kili in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. She is overpowered and almost killed by Bolg, but Kíli sacrifices himself to save her. Tauriel mourns over Kílis body and kisses his lips, thus showing her fondness for him.
What happened to Tauriel after Kili?
Tauriels fate after the Battle of te Five Armies remains a mystery. Her conduct, as well as her romance with Kíli were not met with enthusiasm by the other Elves, especially King Thranduil. We know that, immediately after the Battle of the Five Armies, Tauriel gets exiled from Mirkwood because of her conduct.
What did Thorin say in dwarvish?
Imrid amrad ursul! which means Die a death of flames. To be honest Armitage could be joking in that interview, I highly doubt that filmmakers would put such a rude line into the script.
What does Thorin say in khuzdul?
The first insult Thorin makes to Thranduil in neo-khuzdul is “Imrid amrâd ursul!” which is “Die a death of flames!” (lit: “Die a fiery death”). “Ursul” means “fiery” and in typical khuzdul (semitic) fashion it is placed after the noun. This phrase can also be found on page 97 in the Weta AUJ: Chronicles II.
What is Thorins battle cry?
Thorin shouts Baruk Khazâd! Khazâd ai-mênu! at the Battle of Five Armies.