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This website is dedicated to Tolkien's languages, with an emphasis on the elvish languages of his legendarium. Our dictionary consists of imported glosses from a variety of quality dictionaries, categorised and searchable by sense, conjugation and more. You can read more on our about page.

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Parf Edhellen is and has been open source since its inception 10 years ago. It is developed and maintained by Leonard (@parmaeldo). If you are a developer, you can follow the project on Github.

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* Celos

water falling swiftly from a spring

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   ⸱  ⸱  ⸱  ⸱   ⸱     ⸱     ⸱   ⸱     :

Sanomë tarnë Olórin, Aracorno, Eomer, Imrahil, mi mísë, mi telepta yo morna, mi laiqua yo ninquë, mi luinë, ta Gimli mi lossëa.

Tolkien demonstrating how to use three different forms of ‘and’.

Quenya [Parma Eldalamberon 17, p. 71] by Aldaleon

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