Quenya zR5Ì#

mina

into

mina prep. "into" (VT43:30); see minna

Adûnaic

-ada

preposition. into, to, toward, into, against, -ward, -ward

A prepositional suffix variously translated as “(in)to” or “(to)ward”, and in one place “against” (SD/247, SD/429). It can appears as either -ada or -ad (SD/429), but in most examples it is -ada, the one exception being Gimlad “Starwards”.

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Gnomish

a(d)

preposition. into

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avin

preposition. into

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bin

preposition. into

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