Runes and the English letter values assigned to them by Tolkien, used in several of his original illustrations and designs for The Hobbit. << My friend taught me this alphabet a bit. I was fun to write to each other!
TUTORIAL: How to write in Elvish. This is the most detailed and thorough I've seen. Also, check out a lovely book called "The Languages of Tolkien's Middle Earth". It explains elvish (Sindarian and Quenya), Dwarvish, and others. Written by Ruth S.
It has come to my attention that reading The Lord of the Rings is just one step below actually taking The Ring to Mordor on the time-commitment scale. But like taking the ring to Mordor, it is definitely worth it.
Khuzdul (IPA: [kʰuzdul]) is the language of the Dwarves in J. Tolkien's Middle-earth, written with Cirth script. Not much is known of the language, as the Dwarves kept it to themselves, except for their battle-cry: Baruk Khazâd!