Sindarin

calad

n. light, fire, brightness, shining

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calad

n. light

n. light, fire, brightness, shining.

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galad

light

n. light, fire, brightness, shining.

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calad

light

(noun) 1) calad (i galad, o chalad), pl. celaid (i chelaid), 2) gaul (i aul), pl. goel (i ngoel = i ñoel), coll. pl. golath. Note: A homophone means "wolf-howl", but has different mutations. 3) (bright light) galad (i ngalad = i ñalad), (sunlight, brilliance, radiance, glittering reflection), pl. gelaid (in gelaid = i ñgelaid). 4) gâl (gal-, -al in compounds, with article i âl), pl. gail (i ngail = i ñail).

gail

light

(adjective) 1) gail (bright), lenited ngail, no distinct pl. form (VT45:18), 2) lim (clear, sparkling), no distinct pl. form. Note: a homophone means ”fish”.

Noldorin

glaiw

n. light

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Quenya

calina

adj. light, bright, sunny, (lit.) illumined

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cala

n. light

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cala

light

cala ("k")noun "light" (KAL). Concerning the "Qenya" verb cala-, see #cal- above.

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calina

light

calina ("k")adj. "light" (KAL), "bright" (VT42:32) "(literally illumined) sunny, light" (PE17:153) but apparently a noun "light" in coacalina, q.v.

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cálë

n. light

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cálë

light

cálë ("k")noun "light" (Markirya; in early "Qenya", cálë meant "morning", LT1:254)

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Primitive elvish

gālæ

n. light

kalma

n. a light

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Doriathrin

gôl

n. light

A (rejected?) Doriathrin noun for “light” derived from primitive ᴹ✶gālæ appearing in the Etymologies (Ety/KAL, EtyAC/KAL). According to Christopher Tolkien’s notes, it was part of a rejected etymology for the name Thingol, but it isn’t clear whether this noun was rejected or if it was just the etymology. Its long primitive vowel [[[ā] became [ō]]] as was the norm in Ilkorin.

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Gnomish

cintha-

v. to light, set alight

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