Sindarin

Anor

n. Sun

[LotRI/Anor.001, PE17/030.2502, PE17/038.1817, PE17/055.2105, RC/297.0901, SA/nár.060, SDI2/Anar.004, SDI2/Anar.005, SI/Anor.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Quenya

Anar

n. Sun

[Let/425.3805, MC/222.3201, MR/044.0903, MRI/Anar.001, PE17/038.1815, PE17/148.1011, PE17/152.2508, S/099.3005, SA/nár.055, SI/Anar.001, UT/022.3707-1, UTI/Anar.001, WJI/Anar.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Úr(in)

name. Sun

A late remnant of earlier names for the Sun: ᴱQ. Ûr and ᴹQ. Úrin. In Silmarillion revisions from the 1950s-60s, this name was changed from Úrin >> Naira >> Vása (MR/198), but the form Úr(in) occasionally appeared in some later writings (PE17/148, MR/377). This name was a derivative of the root √UR¹ “heat, be hot” (PE17/148).
Conceptual Development: In the earliest Lost Tales, this name was ᴱQ. Ûr, Ur or Úri “Sun”, but literally meaning “Fire” (LT1/187, QL/98). The name became ᴹQ. Úrin in Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s (LR/240). It was rejected in the Etymologies along with the root form ᴹ√UR¹, but reappeared sometimes in later writing as noted above.

[MR/377.0309, MRI/Úr.001, MRI/Úr.004, PE17/148.1008] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Adûnaic

ûri

n. sun

A noun translated “sun” (SD/306, 428). This word appears in the forms ûrê, ûri and ûrî, but Tolkien declared that the form with long î is actually the personified form Ûrî “Lady of the Sun” (SD/426), perhaps the Adûnaic name of Q. Arien. The form ûrê only appears once (SD/426), so ûri is probably to be preferred as the ordinary word for Sun, especially since it is a neuter noun, which ordinarily cannot end in a long (SD/427). Tolkien lists the “later forms Uir, Ŷr” (SD/306), one of which may be the Westron word for “sun”, most likely Wes. uir. As suggested by several authors (/24, /UR), ûri is probably derived from the Elvish root ᴹ√UR¹.

[SD/306.0910, SD/426.1307, SD/428.2401, SD/428.24021] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Westron

uir

n. sun

A word listed as a later form of Ad. ûri “sun” (SD/306) and therefore perhaps a Westron word, as suggested by Andreas Moehn (/UR). The other “later form” Ŷr is unlikely to be Westron, since y seems not to be a vowel in Westron.

[SD/306.1111] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive elvish

Anār

n. Sun

[SA/nár.047] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ourū̆

n. sun

[PE13/155.8603] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Valarin

Aþāraigas

name. Sun, ‘appointed heat’

[WJ/401.3704] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya

Sári

name. Sun

[LRI/Sári.001, LT1/186.4112, LT1/198.1001, LT1A/Sári.001, LT1I/Sári.001, SMI/Sári.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

auro

n. sun

[PE13/155.8605] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

Galaduir

name. Sun

[PE13/114.4401] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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