Noldorin

Golovir

name. Silmaril, (lit.) *Noldo-jewel

A Noldorin name for a ᴹQ. Silmaril appearing in the Etymologies from the 1930s (Ety/ÑGOLOD, MIR), a combination of Golodh “Noldo” and the lenited form of mîr “jewel”, with the dh lost because [[[ð] vanished before nasals]] in Noldorin.
Conceptual Development: This form was first written as (rejected) Golavir (EtyAC/MIR).

[Ety/MIR.026, Ety/ÑGOLOD.043, EtyAC/MIR.048] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Mirion

name. Silmaril

A Noldorin name for the Silmarils appearing in the Etymologies from the 1930s (Ety/MIR), some kind of elaboration on mîr “jewel”.

[Ety/MIR.015, Ety/MIR.024] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Silevril

name. Silmaril

Noldorin term for a Silmaril appearing in Silmarillion drafts and the Etymologies from the 1930s (LR/202; Ety/MIR, RIL, SIL). It is a combination of silef “silver, shining white” and the root ᴹ√RIL “glitter”.
Conceptual Development: In the Gnomish Lexicon from the 1910s, the Gnomish equivalent of Silmaril was Silubrilt (GL/67), a combination of Sil “Moon” and brithla “pearl” (LT1A/Silmarilli).

[Ety/MIR.021, Ety/RIL.020, Ety/SIL.048, LR/202.1306, LR/202.2709, LRI/Silmaril.004] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya

Ilumíre

name. Silmaril

Another name for a Silmaril appearing in the Etymologies from the 1930s (Ety/IL), apparently a compound of ilu “world” and míre “jewel”.

[Ety/IL.020] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldomír(e)

name. Silmaril

Another name for a Silmaril appearing in the Etymologies from the 1930s, a compound of Noldo and míre “jewel” (Ety/ÑGOLOD).

[Ety/ÑGOLOD.051, EtyAC/ÑGOL.051] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldomíre

name. Silmaril

[Ety/ÑGOLOD.051, EtyAC/ÑGOL.051] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Doriathrin

Goldamir

name. Silmaril, (lit.) *Noldo-jewel

A Doriathrin name for the Silmarils, a combination of the genitive form of gold “Noldo” and mîr “jewel” (Ety/MIR, ÑGOLOD), hence: “*Noldo-jewel”. It also appeared in the variant form Goldomir, which may hint at the primitive form of the genitive.

[Ety/MIR.032, Ety/ÑGOLOD.049] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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