Sindarin

sain

adj. new

gwain

new

1) #gwain (gwin-), lenited wain, pl. gwîn. Isolated from the month-name Narwain, ”new sun” (where #gwain appears in lenited form). The form gwîn ”young” listed in VT46:22 would have to be taken as a pl. form, if it is to be the cognate of Quenya vinya. 2) cîw (lenited gîw; no distinct pl. form) (fresh), 3) eden (begun again), pl. edin; 4) sain (sin-), lenited hain; pl. sîn;

Quenya

sinya

adj. new, *current

sinya

new

sinya adj. "new" (SI)

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winya

new, fresh, young

winya (1) adj. "new, fresh, young" (VT45:16; though the entry including this form was struck out in the Etymologies, vinya "new" is a valid word in Tolkien's later Quenya, and it is meant to represent older winya. Compare winyamo, q.v.)

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