Sindarin

-ruin

suff. fire

suff. #fire. Q. ruine.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:183] < RUYU blaze (red). Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

naur

fire

n. fire. naur an edraith ammen! 'fire [be] for rescue/saving for us'. Q. nár.

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naur

n. fire

[LotR/0290.3614-1, LotR/0299.1801-1, LotR/0942.0802, PE17/038.1802, PE17/101.3104, PM/363.3201, SA/nár.013-2, SA/nár.030] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ûr

n. fire

naur

fire

1) naur (in compounds nar-, -nor) (flame, sun), pl. noer, coll. pl. norath; 2) ûr (heat), pl. uir. Notice the homophone ûr ”wide”.

Quenya

ruinë

fire, a blaze

ruinë noun "a fire, a blaze" (PE17:183). Compare nárë.

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ruinë

n. fire, blaze

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fire

noun "fire" (LT1:265; "Qenya" spelling . Rather nárë in LotR-style Quenya.)

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uru

fire

uru noun "fire" (LT1:271)

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úr

fire

úr noun "fire" (UR)This stem was struck out in Etym, but a word that must be derived from it occurs in LotR, so it seems that Tolkien restored it. Early "Qenya" also has Ûr, noun "the Sun" (also Úri, Úrinci ("k"), Urwen) (LT1:271). Cf. Úri.

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úr

n. fire, heat

Black Speech

ghâsh

n. fire

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Adûnaic

zôr

n. fire, ?foam

An element in the names Gimilzôr and Imrazôr. Imrazôr is difficult to translate, but Gimilzôr is equated to two different Quenya names at different periods of Tolkien’s writing: Elros “Star-foam” in the unfinished “Notion Club Papers” story from 1946 (SD/380), and Telemnar in the list of Adûnaic kings in The Lord of the Rings (LotR/1035). The name Telemnar is unglossed, but a likely translation would be “*Silver-fire”. Assuming the element zôr has the same meaning as its Quenya equivalents, could mean either “foam” or “fire”. There is a different Adûnaic word for foam: rôth or roth in Rothinzil “Foam-flower”, so perhaps “fire” is a more useful interpretation, albiet quite speculative.

Primitive elvish

nāro

n. fire

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Valarin

ithīr

n. fire

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uruš/rušur

n. fire

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Qenya

pur

n. a fire, an artificial fire

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n. fire

[LT1A/Sári.014, PME/081.3009, QL/081.2701] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tanya

n. fire

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