Quenya zR5Ì#

quentasta

historical account

quentasta noun *"historical account", "any particular arrangement (by some author) of a series of records or evidences into a given historical account" (not History as such, which is quentalë). (VT39:16, VT48:19). May include the "group suffix" -asta.

quentasta

noun. historical account

Elements

WordGlossSource
quentataleVT39/16.0609
-stalandVT39/16.2402-1

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Noldorin 5^mY7T5

-ath

suffix. collective plural, group pl

Element in: N. siniath

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Doriathrin

-ath

noun. collective plural

A class-plural suffix, identical to N. -ath (PE21/57). It is possible this suffix was also used as (and was perhaps inspired by) the Gnomish general plural suffix -th.

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Middle Primitive Elvish

-asta

suffix. collective plural

Variations of the word: -asta, thā, tta, sta.

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