Sindarin

tol

n. island, (high steep-sided) isle

[RC/333.3409, RC/333.3611, SA/tol.001-2, UT/054.1707-1, VT47/13.4212-1, VT47/28.1205] Group: Eldamo. Published by

toll

island

toll (i doll, o tholl, construct tol), pl. tyll (i thyll)

Quenya

lóna

island, remote land difficult to reach

lóna (2) noun "island, remote land difficult to reach" (LONO (AWA) ). Obsoleted by #1 above?

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tol

island, isle

tol noun "island, isle" (rising with sheer sides from the sea or from the river, SA:tol, VT47:26). In early "Qenya", the word was defined as "island, any rise standing alone in water, plain of green, etc" (LT1:269). The stem is toll-; the Etymologies as published in LR gives the pl. "tolle" (TOL2), but this is a misreading for tolli (see VT46:19 and compare LT1:85). The primitive form of tol is variously cited as ¤tolla (VT47:26) and ¤tollo (TOL2).

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tol

n. island, (steep) isle

[SA/tol.001-1, VT47/13.4105, VT47/13.4114, VT47/26.4111, VT47/28.0911, VT47/28.1108] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive elvish

tollă

n. island

[VT47/26.4109] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya

tolome

n. island

[PME/094.2405, QL/094.1501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

mineth

n. island

[GL/57.5701, LT1A/Minethlos.014] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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