Sindarin

lheweg

n. ear

[PE17/062.0803, PE17/062.0805, PE17/077.0909] Group: Eldamo. Published by

lhewig

ear

lhewig (?i thlewig or ?i lewig the lenition product of lh is uncertain). This ia a singular formed from the collective

Quenya

lár

ear

lár (2) noun "ear" (?). Tolkien's wording is not clear, but ¤lasū is given as an ancient dual form "(pair of) ears"; Quenya lár could represent the old singular las- (LAS2). In a post-LotR source, Tolkien derives hlas "ear" (dual hlaru) from a stem SLAS(PE17:62). Initial hl- rather than l- reflects the revised form of the stem (LAS becoming SLAS), and in the later version of the phonology, postvocalic -s does not become -r when final. Compare the noun "dream", given as olor in the Etymologies (LOS), but as olos pl. olori in a later source (UT:396)

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hlas

ear

hlas noun "ear", stem hlar- as in the dual form hlaru (PE17:62). Compare lár #2.

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hlas

n. ear

[PE17/062.0714, PE17/062.0716, PE17/077.0907] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Adûnaic

huzun

n. ear

A noun translated as “ear” and fully declined as an example of a Strong I noun (SD/430).

[SD/430.2206, SD/430.2404, SD/430.2504, SD/430.2505, SD/430.2605, SD/430.2704, SD/430.2805, SD/430.2904] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive elvish

slas

n. ear

[PE17/077.0905] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

unc

n. ear, handle (of a jar)

[GL/75.1101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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