Quenya zR5Ì#

-duinë

suffix. (large) river

-duinë

-duinë

-duinë, see nuinë, Nunduinë

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-(n)duinë

suffix. (large) river

Also glossed as “river”.

Element in: Q. Anduinë, Q. Nunduinë

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-nduinë

suffix. (large) river

duin

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Sindarin iT2#7T5

duin

noun. (large) river

Also glossed as “large river”, “(long) river”, “large river (of strong current)”, “river”.
Variations of the word: Duin.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Duinathsoft-mutation class-pluralriversS/123.0302

Element in: S. Anduin, S. Baranduin, S. Celduin, S. Duinhir, S. Esgalduin, S. Glanduin, S. Malduin, S. Morgulduin, S. Taur-im-Duinath

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Telerin 1RjR7T5

duinë

noun. (large) river

Also glossed as “large river (of strong current)”, “river”.

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Primitive elvish

duinē

noun. (large) river

Also glossed as “large river”, “river”.

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