Quenya zR5Ì#



au (2) adv. "away", of position rather than movement (compare oa). PE17:148


adverb. away, off, not here (of position)

[PE17/144.0505, PE17/148.2903] Group: Eldamo. Published by


adverb. away, away, off, not here (of position), off, away, not here (of pos[ition])

[PE17/144.0505; PE17/148.2903] Group: Eldamo. Published by


prefix. away

[PE17/024.1906] Group: Eldamo. Published by


prefix. away, away (from), away from the speaker or the place of his thought

[PE17/024.1906; VT49/24.2412; WJ/365.3802; WJ/368.2210] Group: Eldamo. Published by


away, from, from among

- verbal prefix; "away, from, from among", the point of view being outside the thing, place, or group in thought (WJ:368)

Sindarin iT2#7T5



1) (adj.) gwachae (remote), lenited wachae, no distinct pl. form. The form occurring in the primary source, #gwahae, must represent the late Gondorian pronunciantion with h for ch (PM:186, isolated from gwahaedir). 2) (adv.) e, ed (out, forth); also as adjectival prefix "outer" and preposition "out from, out of" (WJ:367)

Telerin 1RjR7T5


adverb. away

[WJ/367.1204] Group: Eldamo. Published by


prefix. away

[WJ/367.1202] Group: Eldamo. Published by



preposition. away

A suffix in the word êphalak “far away”, a derivative of êphal “far” (SD/247). Some authors have suggested that -ak is an intensive suffix “very” instead of suffix meaning “away” (LGtAG, NBA/32). However, the corresponding Quenya word vahaiya “far away” is a combination va “(away) from” and haiya “far”, so it seems to me that the literal translation “away” is more likely to be correct (this translation of va was published after LGtAG and NBA were written).

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Primitive elvish


adverb. away

[WJ/361.1307; WJ/366.0304] Group: Eldamo. Published by


prefix. away

[PE17/144.0312; WJ/360.3703; WJ/365.3808] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya zR5Ì#

adjective. away, gone forth, away

[PE15/70.0104; QL/099.3501] Group: Eldamo. Published by


noun. away, away, hence, forth

[PE15/70.0103; QL/099.3401; QL/099.3601] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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