Appendix:Quenya

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A[edit]

a-

  1. (prefix) To denote complete.
  2. (prefix) To see, hear. Prefixed to verbal stems following a noun.

acariris feminine name

  1. (noun) Bride.

acas

  1. (noun) neck (the bony part of the neck, not including the throat), plural. axi or axë (stem: ax-)

acca

  1. (adverb) Too. (Quenya)

aha

  1. (noun) Rage.
  2. (noun) Obsolete name for the letter h in the Quenya alphabet, later replaced by harma (treasure).

Ainulindalë

  • Etymology: Quenya roots ainu- being Ainur; linda- which means "make music"; and -lë a abstract suffixe.
  1. (proper noun) The Elvish myth of the Creation of Ëa. Literally, "The Music of the Ainur".
  • References: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion: Ainulindalë

alahasta

  1. (adjective) Unmarred.
  • References: Arda Alahasta = "Arda Unmarred"

alda (dual aldu, plural: aldar, genitive plural: aldaron)

  1. (noun) Tree.
  • Derivatives: Aldaron, Aldudenië, aldúya, Malinalda
  • References: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion, appendix

Aldalómë

  1. (proper noun) "Tree-night" or "Tree-twilight"

Aldarion

  1. (proper noun) A male given name meaning "son of (the) trees".

Aldaron

  1. (proper noun) A name of Oromë.

Aldëa

  1. (proper noun) The one tree, the White, of Gondor.

Aldudénië

  1. (proper noun) "Lament for the two trees".

aldúya

  1. (proper noun) Fourth day of the Eldarin six-day week, dedicated to the Trees.

alkar

  • Etymology: Rt. Quenya kal-
  1. (adjective) Brilliance.
  2. (adjective) Glory.
  • Derivatives: Alkarinquë

alqua

  • Etymology: From the root alak- (appears in Ancalagon)
  1. (noun) Swan.
  • Derivatives: Alqualondë
  • References: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion, appendix

Alqualondë

  • Etymology: alqua + londë
  1. (proper noun) Swan Haven.

Arwen

  1. (proper noun) Noble Lady

C[edit]

carnë

  1. red

cirya (plural: ciryar)

  1. Ship.

E[edit]

elen (plural: eleni)

  1. (noun) Star.

envinyanta

  1. (adjective) Healed.
  • References: Arda Envinyanta = "Arda Healed"

H[edit]

hastaina

  1. (adjective) Marred.
  • References: Arda Hastaina = "Arda Marred"

L[edit]

laiqua (plural: laiquë)

  1. (adjective) Green.

lassë (plural: lassi)

  1. (noun) Leaf.

loss

  • Alternative spellings: lossë
  • Etymology: Proto-Quenya los
  1. (noun) Snow.

M[edit]

met

  1. (dual pronoun) Us.

morna (plural: mornë)

  1. (adjective) Black.

N[edit]

ninquë

  1. (adjective) White.
  • References: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion, appendix

nor

  1. (noun) Land; terrain.
  • Related terms: nólë

númen

  • Etymology: Ultimately from ndu
  1. (noun) The way of the sunset.
  2. (noun) West.
  • References: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion, appendix

O[edit]

ondo

  1. (adjective) Stone.
  2. (noun) Stone.

Oromë (genitive: Oromëo, possessive: Oroméva)

  1. Name of a Vala, adopted and adapted from Valarin.

P[edit]

palan

  1. (adjective) Far and wide.
  • Derivatives palantíri, Tar-Palantir
  • References: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion, appendix

parma

  1. (noun) Book.

Q[edit]

quendë (plural: quendi)

  1. (noun) Elf.

R[edit]

rómen

  1. (noun) East.

S[edit]

silmaril (plural: silmarils or silmarilli)

  1. (noun) A jewel from which shines a remnant of the light from before the creation of the sun and moon.

T[edit]

tengwa (plural: tengwar)

  1. (noun) Any one visible sign representing, theoretically, any one audible "tengwe".
  2. (noun, informal) Consonant, since only the consonants were full signs.

U[edit]

Urko

  1. (proper noun) Exceptionally strong and vicious orc(s) derived of Mannish stock.
  • Related terms: Uruk

V[edit]

vanya (plural: vanyë)

  1. (adjective) Fair; beautiful.

Y[edit]

yávië

  • Etymology: Quenya yávë
  1. (noun) The season of autumn. The 54 days between the Gregorian August 12 and October 4.
  • References: J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion, appendix; The Lord of the Rings, appendix D

yávë

  1. (noun) Fruit.
  • Derivations: Yavanna, yávië
  • References: The Silmarillion The Appendix - J.R.R. Tolkien

Yavanna

  • Etymology: From Quenya yávë
  1. (proper noun) A goddess.

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