Sindarin

gil-

pref. spark

pref. spark, often used for 'star'. Form of gail/geil in compounds.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:23:152] < GIL shine (white). Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

tin

n. spark, sparkle (of stars)

[PE17/039.3612, PE17/039.4006, PE17/066.3115] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tin

n. spark

n. spark, sparkle (esp. used of the twinkle of stars).

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tîn

spark

n. spark, star. Q. tinwe spark (Poet. star).

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:66] < TIN sparkle, spark. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

tint

spark

1) tint (i dint, o thint), no distinct pl. form except with article (i thint), coll. pl. tinnath; 2) tinu (i dinu, o thinu; also -din at the end of compounds), analogical pl. tiny (i thiny). The word is also used =

Quenya

tinwë

n. spark, [apparent] star

[MR/388.1608, MR/388.2209, MR/471.4101, MR/471.4103, PE17/022.2114, PE17/022.2610, PE17/066.3105, RGEO/61.5303, SA/tin.008, VT42/11.2702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tin-

v. to spark, glitter, glint

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tinwë

spark

tinwë noun "spark" (gloss misquoted as "sparkle" in the Etymologies as printed in LR, see VT46:19), also "star"; pl. tinwi "sparks", properly used of the star-imagines on Nur-menel (q.v.). Cf. nillë. (TIN, MR:388) In early "Qenya", tinwë was simply glossed "star" (LT1:269, cf. MC:214). In one late source, the meaning of tinwë is given as "spark", and it is said that this word (like Sindarin gil) was used of the stars of heaven "in place of the older and more elevated el, elen- stem" (VT42:11).

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Primitive elvish

tinmē

n. spark, glint

North sindarin

tim

n. spark, sparkle (of stars)

-nw &gt; -m VT41/08 @@@

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Gnomish

gwim

n. spark, wink

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gwinc

n. spark, flash

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sint

n. spark

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