Quenya zR5Ì#

au

adverb. away

Also glossed as “off”, “not here (of position)”, “not here (of pos[ition])”.

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

au-

prefix. away (from)

Also glossed as “away”, “away from”, “away from the speaker or the place of his thought”.
Variations of the word: au.

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

Adûnaic

-ak

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).

Element in: AD. êphalak

preposition. from

A prepositional suffix translated “from” (SD/429). In a few places, the suffix appears with the glide-consonant v (pronounced [w]) between it and a preceding u-vowel (SD/247, 249). It is likely related to the Quenya genitive inflection Q. -o.

Conceptual Development: At an earlier conceptual stage, this suffix was a grammatical inflection, the draft-genitive (SD/438).
Variations of the word: -o, .

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
-vōglide-consonantfromSD/247.10031; SD/249.03041

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Doriathrin

go

preposition. from

A preposition “from” marked as both Ilkorin (Ety/ƷŌ̆) and Doriathrin (EtyAC/ƷŌ̆). It developed from primitive ᴹ✶ʒō̆ (Ety/WŌ), with the [initial [ɣ] becoming [g]](/w/initial [ŋ], [ɣ] became [g]). It was also used as patronymic, as in go-Thingol “*child of Thingol” (Ety/ƷŌ̆).

Conceptual Development: This preposition may be a restoration of the Gnomish patronymic G. go-.

[Ety/ƷŌ̆.026; Ety/WŌ.146; EtyAC/ƷŌ̆.008] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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