Quenya zR5Ì#

ambalotsë

noun. uprising-flower

Elements

WordGlossSource
ambaup-
lotsësmall single flower-

[WJ/318.4005] Group: Eldamo. Published by

harpa

noun. helmet

tholon

noun. helmet

thôl

[PE17/186.0409] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tholon

helmet

tholon noun "helmet", variant of castol (q.v.), though Tolkien might have mistakenly marked it as Quenya instead of Sindarin (PE17:186)

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solos

noun. helmet

Also glossed as “top”.

solma

noun. helmet

Also glossed as “top”.

sól

noun. helmet

Also glossed as “top”.
Variations of the word: solma, solos.

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sól

helmet

sól, also solma or solos, noun variant words apparently for "helmet", cf. castol, q.v. (PE17:188)

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harpa

helmet

harpa noun "helmet" (VT45:21)

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carma

noun. helm

Elements

WordGlossSource
cashead-

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
-karsuffix?helmPE17/114.2803
-kassuffix-PE17/114.2809

Element in: Q. Eldacar, Q. Hallacar

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harna

noun. helmet

harna

helmet

harna (3) noun "helmet" (VT45:21)

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castol(o)

noun. helmet

Elements

WordGlossSource
kaskasPE17/188.2501
THOLstand upPE17/188.2401

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castol

noun. helmet

castol

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castol

helmet

castol noun "helmet", synonyms tholon (q.v.), sól (q.v), also variant castolo ("k")(PE17:186, 188)

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cassa

helmet

cassa ("k")noun "helmet" (KAS; though spelt cassa also in the Etymologies as printed in LR, VT45:19 indicates that Tolkien's own spelling was kassa). Cf. carma in a later source.

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þolon

noun. helmet

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Sindarin iT2#7T5

castol

noun. helmet

Elements

WordGlossSource
thôlhelmet-
THOLhelmetPE17/186.0401
kaskasPE17/188.2501
THOLstand upPE17/188.2401

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harn

noun. helmet

thôl

noun. helmet

Also glossed as “helm”.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
thely/thuilplural-PE17/188.2410

Element in: S. castol, S. Dor-Cúarthol, S. Gorthol

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harn

helmet

harn (i charn, o charn), pl. hern (i chern). Note: this is a homophone of two unrelated adjectives harn, one meaning ”southern” and the other ”wounded”.

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

harn

noun. helmet

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harn

noun. helmet

[EtyAC/KHAR.041; EtyAC/KHAR.005] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Qenya zR5Ì#

harna

noun. helmet

Variations of the word: harda.

[EtyAC/KHAR.039; EtyAC/KHAR.003; EtyAC/KHAR.013] Group: Eldamo. Published by

harpa

noun. helmet

kalla

noun. helmet

[PE13/140.3905] Group: Eldamo. Published by

kasien

noun. helmet

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
kasiend-stem-QL/045.5801

Element in: EQ. kasientule, EQ. kasqar(in)

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kassa

noun. helmet

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Old Noldorin

kama

noun. helmet

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Gnomish

cathor

noun. helmet

Also glossed as “(lit.) head-ward”, “i.e. head-ward”.

Elements

WordGlossSource
casheadGL/25.5601
war-GL/25.5804-2

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Early Noldorin

caul

noun. helmet

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