Sindarin

paeth

n. speech

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glam

n. barbarous speech, shouting, confused noise

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glamb

n. barbarous speech, shouting, confused noise

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glamm

n. barbarous speech, shouting, confused noise

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glam

n. din, uproar, the confused yelling and bellowing of beasts

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glam

n. any body of Orcs

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glamb

n. any body of Orcs

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glamb

n. din, uproar, the confused yelling and bellowing of beasts

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glamm

n. din, uproar, the confused yelling and bellowing of beasts

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glamm

n. any body of Orcs

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lam

tongue

n. tongue. Q. lambe.

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lam

tongue

(both body-part and = ”dialect, language”) lam (pl. laim, coll. pl. lammath). (WJ:394, 416) Not: lam is also used = ”echo, voice, echoing voice”.

Noldorin

glamb

n. barbarous speech, shouting, confused noise

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glamm

n. barbarous speech, shouting, confused noise

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Lamben

topon. Tongue

A transient name for the Naith in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, glossed “Tongue” (TI/280). It seems be an elaboration or variant form of N. lham “tongue”.

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glamb

n. din, uproar, the confused yelling and bellowing of beasts

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glamb

n. any body of Orcs

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glamm

n. din, uproar, the confused yelling and bellowing of beasts

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glamm

n. any body of Orcs

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Quenya

pahta

speech

pahta (2) noun "speech", i.e. language (PE17:126); accompanied by the intransitive verb pakta- "speak, talk", which would be *pahta- in Quenya, of which the transitive equivalent is quet-, q.v. The intransitive verb "speak" is also given as carpa-, q.v.

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pahta

n. speech

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quenya

speech

quenya noun (original adj.) "speech" (PM:399); the language-name Quenya is said to mean properly "language, speech" (WJ:393); cf. the phrase coirëa quenya "living speech" (PM:399).However, Quenya (archaic Quendya, still so in Vanyarin) is also interpreted "Elvish" (Letters:176), sc. the adjective corresponding to Quendi (WJ:374), but it was no longer used as a general adjective. Quenya lambë"Quenya tongue" (WJ:407). The command queta Quenya! "speak Quenya!" was used in the sense of "speak precisely and intelligibly, put into actual words" (instead of using hand signs or looks); the word Quenya is here used adverbially (PE17:138). The variant queta quenyā (PE17:137) appears to use the distinct accusative (formed by lengthening a final vowel) known from "Book Quenya".

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questa

n. speech, language

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lambë

tongue, language

lambë noun "tongue, language" (the usual word for 'language' in non-technical use) (WJ:368, 394, ÑGAL/ÑGALAM), "the language or dialect of a particular country or people...never used for 'language' in general, but only for particular forms of speech" (VT39:15); also name of tengwa #27 (Appendix E). (In early "Qenya", lambë was defined as "tongue" of body, but also of land, or even = "speech" [LT2:339]. In LotR-style Quenya lambë only means "tongue = speech", whereas the word for a physical tongue is lamba.) Lambë Valarinwa "Valarin tongue" (WJ:397), lambë Quendion "the language of the Elves" (PM:395), Lambengolmor pl. noun "Loremasters of Tongues", a school founded by Fëanor (WJ:396); sg. #Lambengolmo. Spelt Lambeñgolmor in VT48:6.

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lamba

tongue

lamba (1) noun "tongue" (physical tongue, while lambë = "language") (WJ:394, LAB; according to VT45:25, Tolkien first wrote lambe, but as noted, this alternative form is rather used for "tongue" in the sense of "language")

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quetil

tongue, language

quetil ("q")noun "tongue, language" (KWET)

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Primitive elvish

lambē

n. tongue, language, dialect

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Gnomish

paithri

n. a speech, speech, talk

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