Noro lim is Sindarin Elvish for "run swift" and Asfaloth is the name of Glorfindel's horse.
Born of Hope is an excellent 2009 film, produced and directed by Kate Madison, based on the appendices of The Lord of the Rings. The 70-minute film tells the story of Aragorn's parents and the remnants of the Men of the West.
The full film is available to watch for free on the internet: Born of Hope. A review in The Times called Born of Hope "near note-perfect homage", going on to say that "practically all the performances have a skill level far above that which is usually evident in low-budget cinema". I fully agree and urge you to watch this film.
Dwarves (or dwarfs) are creatures from Norse mythology, and later made popular by folklore and fairytales. They are now a common staple of fantasy literature and gaming. In mythology they are associated with the earth, craft, metal-working and greed. They can also be linked with mythological elves, and sometimes associated with death. It is debateable whether or not they were short or of human size in the earlier mythological accounts, but in folklore and fairytales have long been described as short, stocky characters. Tolkien’s dwarves made a huge impact on their portrayal in fantasy fiction, and now they are usually shown as small, bearded, fond of drink and gold, and as gifted metal-workers.