Quenya

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From Noldorin Quenya Quenya, ultimately derived from the Primitive Quendian root *kwene ("person"), being the name for the language invented by J. R. R. Tolkien as the language spoken by the Elves in his books.

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Quenya

  1. A constructed language modelled on Greek, Latin and Finnish.

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Quenya n

  1. Quenya