Sindarin

spirit

n. spirit, shadow.

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n. spirit, shadow

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fae

spirit

1) fae (soul, radiance). No distinct pl. form. 2) faer (radiance). No distinct pl. form. (MR:349)

Quenya

þúlë

n. spirit

súlë

spirit, breath

súlë (þ) noun "spirit, breath", also name of tengwa #9; originally thúlë (þúlë), before the shift th > s that occurred shortly before the rebellion of the Noldor (Appendix E, THŪ). Its gloss, "blowing forth", was metaphorically used as "the emission of power (of will or desire) from a spirit" (PE17:124). If the element súlë appears in Súlimë and Súlimo (q.v.), the stem-form may seem to be súli-.

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thúlë

thúlë

thúlë (þúlë) archaic/Vanyarin form of súlë, q.v.

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fëa

spirit

fëa noun "spirit" (pl. fëar attested, MR:363). The Incarnates are said to live by necessary union of hroa (body) and fëa (WJ:405). In Airëfëa noun "the Holy Spirit", Fëanáro masc. name "Spirit of Fire" (Quenya-Sindarin hybrid form: Fëanor), Fëanturi noun "Masters of Spirits", name of the two Valar Mandos and Lórien (SA:tur), fëafelmë noun "spirit-impulse" (impulses originating with the spirit, e.g. love, pity, anger, hate) (VT41:19 cf. 13, VT43:37). In one source it is said to mean specifically a "spirit indwelling a body", i.e. "soul" (PE17:124), which contradicts such uses as Airefëa or Fëanturi. Cf. fairë.

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n. spirit, shadow

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spirit, shadow

noun "spirit, shadow" (PE17:86)

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vilissë

spirit

vilissë noun "spirit" (GL:23)

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Adûnaic

manô

n. spirit

A noun translated “spirit” and fully declined as an example of a Weak II noun (SD/438). It appeared with both a short a (SD/424) and long â (SD/438). Given its ending , it might be a masculine-noun, but it seems unlikely that spirits would only be male. This lexicon assumes it is a common-noun instead. It is probably related to Q. manu “departed spirit” as suggested by various authors (/19, /Adûnaic, /MAN).

[SD/424.1905, SD/424.2001, SD/424.2701, SD/438.1706, SD/438.2104, SD/438.2205, SD/438.2404, SD/438.2501, SD/438.2605, SD/438.2704] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive elvish

hyōba

n. spirit, shadow

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Primitive adûnaic

manaw

n. spirit

The primitive form of manô “spirit” (SD/424). Its plural form manaw+yi is also attested.

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Qenya

vilisse

n. spirit

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Gnomish

blaith

n. spirit

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