Sindarin

ann

n. gift

n. gift.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:90] < annā. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

ann

n. gift

[PE17/090.2711] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ant

gift

ant, pl. aint, coll. pl. annath. Also ann (-an at the end of compounds), pl. ain.

Quenya

anna

gift

anna noun "gift" (ANA1, SA), "a thing handed, brought or sent to a person" (PE17:125), also name of tengwa #23 (Appendix E); pl. annar "gifts" in Fíriel's Song. Masc. name Annatar "Lord of Gifts, *Gift-lord", name assumed by Sauron when he tried to seduce the Eldar in the Second Age (SA:tar). Eruanna noun "God-gift", gift of God, i.e. "grace" (VT43:38)

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anna

n. gift, (orig.) thing handed, brought or sent to a person

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Adûnaic

n. gift

An element in the name Yôzâyan “Land of Gift” (UT/184, SD/241). The final element of this name is zâyan “land”, so its initial element most likely means “gift”, as suggested by several authors (/24, /Adûnaic, /YAW), though Andreas Moehn points out this word could have the form yôz instead (/YAW).

Primitive elvish

annā

n. gift

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