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Bleak Falls Barrow:

  • HET NOK FaaL VahLON DeiNMaaR DO DOVahGOLZ ahRK aaN FUS DO UNSLaaD RahGOL ahRNK VULOM
  • Here lies The [vahlon] [dienmaar] of/about Dragonstone and a Force of Unending Rage and Darkness
Notes:
This wall is telling you that the Dragonstone is buried here. Clever.
What 'VahLON DienMaaR' means is currently unclear, but as MaaR means 'terror' by itself and 'self' as part of 'geinmaar' [oneself] and the Dragonstone is a map of burial sites, it could possibly be a reference to 'many selves', i.e. many dragons and dragon priests. Possibly 'resting place', 'graves', or a varient thereof. The use of 'faal' makes this more difficult to deterime because 'faal' is a formal 'the' (as in The Dragonborn, or The Son vs a dragonborn or a son). 'Faal' could be connected to just 'vahlon', leaving 'deinmaar' as a separate noun or adjective, or the two could be being used in conjection with each other altering the meaning slightly as 'BRiiNahii' does to 'VahRUKT' - 'vahrukt' means 'memory' at it's core, but in combination with briinahii, seems to be come 'in memory of' due to the transaltion given in Dragon Language: Myth no More.

Eldersblood Peak:

  • BROTHI WahLaaN QETHSEGOL KULii VahRUKT ODRAV KeyN-HaaL WO DRUN POGaaS ZIN Wah BROD SahQO-STRUNuuah
  • Brothi raised this stone (kulii) memory Odrav Anvil-Hand who bring/brought much honor to Clan Red-(strunuuah)
Notes:
Currently this is a partial translation due to lack of knowlege of the exact meaning of some words (noted in parentesis). "KULii" is likely a relationship descriptor of some kind, similar to "BRiiNahii" (BRiiNahii combined with VahRUKT (memory) has the meaning of "in memory of her sister" or, as it's translated in Dragon Language: Myth no More, "for her sister"). Brothi and Odrav are personal names. The STRUN in "STRUNuuah" could potentially be "Storm", but without knowing what the 'uuah' means or if it's a separate word at all, we cannot yet guess as to the exact meanin of "STRUNuuah".
Due to the translation we can suss out so far and the place being named 'Eldersblood Peak', it is possible that 'kulii' is a relationship descriptor for an elder of the clan in question; whether this is a grandfather/mother or a more figurative 'elder' cannot really be guessed at just yet.

High Hrothgar:

  • LOK BO | THuuM TuuM
  • Sky (bo) | Shout/Voice (tuum)
Notes:
There are banners hanging throughout the interior of High Hrothgar. Despite how many hang, there are only two separate phrases written on them and the positioning when you first encounter them seems to indicate they are meant to be paired. In the picture, the one on the left reads "LOK BO" and the one on the right reads "THuuM TuuM". Unfortantely a complete translation cannot be made as we don't yet know enough of the language to make it from simply 'reading into it'. We do, however, know that LOK is 'Sky' and THuuM (Thu'um) is 'Shout' or 'Storm Voice'.
'Lok Bo' is possibly 'Skyrim' - an in game nod to the game itself as well as the fact that High Hrothgar sits on the tallest mountain in Skyrim and thus is well and truely the 'rim' of the sky.
'Thu'um Tuum' is possibly 'Way of The Voice' or 'Path of the Voice' - A moto or declaration of sorts in lieu of a coat of arms as would normally be flown in other great palaces.

Lost Tongue Overlook:

  • QETHSEGOL VARUKIV DaaNIK FahLiiL KiiR DO GRAVuuN FROD WO BOVUL KO MaaR NOL KINZON ZahKRii DO KRUZiiK HOKORON
  • This stone commemorates the doomed elf children of the Autumn Field, who fled in Terror from the sharp swords of the ancient enemy.
Notes:
This translation is found in game in the book Dragon Language: Myth no More, though figuring out that this was the location for that particular passage came only after translating the wall (partial translation provided in edited screen shot for reference).
The 'doomed elf children of Autumn Field' likey refer to the Snow Elves (or Falmer as they are now known) due to both the history of the Nords and Snow Elves in Skyrim as well as the fact that Lost Tongue Overlook actually looks directly over Forelhost, where a regimant of Nords from that time were originally tasked with attempting to push any remaining Snow Elves north from the area into the path of the main forces (as referenced in the Siege on the Dragon Cult quest). It might even be to commemorate the battle of the Snow Prince - the great battle which finally broke the spirit of the army of the Snow Elves.
The name "Lost Tongue Overlook" may be a reference to the 'lost' Dragon Language or the 'lost' Falmer Language - this is supposition based on the passage written on the wall and the lack of any other references for why it is so named.