Sindarin

e

pron. he

[SD/129.0306, SD/129.0403] Group: Eldamo. Published by

e

he

1) e (SD:128-31), 2) ho, hon, hono. (The distinctions between these forms are unclear. Possibly ho is the nominative ”he”, whereas hon is the accusative ”him”. Hono could be an emphatic form. It may be that all of these pronouns, except e, are ”Noldorin” and were not maintained in Sindarin proper.)

Quenya

essë

pron. he, *she, it (emphatic)

[PE17/126.2107] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ro

he

-ro pronominal ending "he", in antaváro, q.v. In Tolkiens later Quenya, the ending -s covers both "he", "she" and "it".

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-s

suff. he, she, it; him, her, it

[PE17/057.2501, PE17/057.2601, PE17/075.1801, PE17/075.4003, PE17/110.3408, PE17/190.2804, VT49/16.3801, VT49/28.4103, VT49/48.3603, VT49/51.2702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

essë

he

essë (2) pron? "he" (and also "she, it"?), possible emphatic 3rd sg. emphatic pronoun, attested in the sentence essë úpa nas "he is dumb" (PE17:126)

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se

he, she, it

se (1) pron. "he, she, it" also object "him, her, it", 3rd person sg. Used "of living things including plants" (VT49:37; the corresponding inaimate pronoun is sa). The pronoun comes directly from se as the original stem-form (VT49:50). Stressed form , VT49:51, attested in object position in melin sé "I love him" (VT49:21). Ósë *"with him/her", VT43:29; see ó-. Long dative/allative sena "[to/for] him" or "at him", VT49:14, allative senna *"to him/her" (VT49:45, 46). Compare the reflexive pronoun insë *"himself, herself".

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se

pron. he, she, it (animate)

[PE17/091.4105, PE17/129.3809, VT49/14.1807, VT49/15.0501, VT49/15.1602, VT49/32.4506, VT49/37.2113, VT49/45.3910, VT49/51.0901] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Adûnaic

u

pron. he

A well-attested pronominal prefix, the masculine singular pronoun “he” (SD/433). See the entry on pronominal-prefixes for more discussion. Tolkien said that it had another variant hu- (SD/433), but this variant was only appears in the early and rejected hunekkū, which was changed to unekkū (see nakh-). Tolkien further indicated that the form u- primitively had an initial consonant [ɣ] or [ʔ] that was lost (SD/433).

[SD/433.3901] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive elvish

e

pron. he, she, it

[PE22/094.1901, PE22/095.0417] Group: Eldamo. Published by

sa

pron. he, she, it

[VT49/37.1311, VT49/37.1514, VT49/52.1503] Group: Eldamo. Published by

se

pron. he, she, it

[PE22/140.0704, PE22/140.0801, PE22/140.0805-2, VT47/13.4403, VT48/24.0703, VT49/17.0706, VT49/20.4404, VT49/37.1602, VT49/50.2411, VT49/52.1502] Group: Eldamo. Published by

sū̆/sō̆

pron. he

Qenya

e

pron. he, she, it

[PE22/096.1709, PE22/097.3504, PE22/100.2611, PE22/100.3008, PE22/106.0208, PE22/108.1702, PE22/110.2308-1, PE22/116.4801, PE22/118.1711, PE22/119.0116, PE22/120.2311, PE22/121.0102, PE22/122.0404, PE22/123.3211, PE22/123.3709] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

o-

conj. he

on

pron. he

[GL/51.0201-1, GL/62.8301, GL/62.8305] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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