Sindarin

gwathel

n. sister, associate

nethel

n. sister

[VT47/14.2803] Group: Eldamo. Published by

nîth

n. sister

[VT47/14.2012, VT47/14.2805] Group: Eldamo. Published by

thêl

n. sister

neth

sister

1) neth (also used = ”girl”). (VT47:14-16, 33; VT48:6), pl. nith. Notice the homophone neth ”young”. Also nîth (no distinct pl. form though the plural article with show pluarlity when the noun is definite: in nîth) (VT47:14). 2) gwathel (i wathel), pl. gwethil (in gwethil). 3) muinthel (i vuinthel), pl. muinthil (i muinthil), more usual than the shorter form thêl (stem thele-), pl. theli. In “Noldorin”, the pl. was thelei (LR:392 s.v. THEL).

Noldorin

thele

n. sister

[Ety/THEL.033, Ety/THEL.034] Group: Eldamo. Published by

wathel

n. sister, associate

[Ety/THEL.010] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Quenya

osellë

sister, [female] associate

osellë (þ) noun "sister, [female] associate" (THEL/THELES, WŌ). Cf. otorno.

[Quettaparma Quenyallo] Group: Quettaparma Quenyallo. Published by

nésa

n. sister

[VT47/14.2008] Group: Eldamo. Published by

nésa

sister

nésa (Þ) noun "sister" (VT47:14); this form from a late source possibly replaces earlier seler and onórë, q.v.

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onórë

sister

onórë noun "sister" (of blood-kin) (THEL/THELES, NŌ; both of these entries in the Etymologies as reproduced in LR have the reading "onóne", but the "Old Noldorin" cognate wanúre listed in the entry THEL/THELES seems to indicate that the Quenya word should be onórë; the letters n and r are easily confused in Tolkien's handwriting. There is no clear evidence for a feminine ending - in Quenya, but - is relatively well attested; cf. for instance ontarë.) A later source gives the word for "sister" as nésa instead.

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seler

sister

seler (þ) (sell-, as in pl. selli) noun "sister" (THEL/THELES). In a later source, the word nésa (q.v.) appears instead, leaving the conceptual status of seler uncertain.

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Telerin

néþa

n. sister

[VT47/14.2010] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive elvish

nēthā

n. sister

[VT47/14.2004] Group: Eldamo. Published by

theles

n. sister

Qenya

heresse

n. sister

[PME/040.5201, QL/040.5001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

hestani

n. sister

[QL/040.4601, QL/040.4602, QL/040.4603] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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