Sindarin

nothlir

n. folk, family

drúnos

folk

Drúnos (i Dhrúnos), pl. Drúnys (in Drúnys), coll. pl. Drúnossath.

drúnos

folk

Drúnos (i Dhrúnos), pl. Drúnys (in Drúnys), coll. pl. Drúnossath. See WILD MAN.

drúnos

folk

Drúnos (i Dhrúnos), pl. Drúnys (in Drúnys), coll. pl. Drúnossath

Quenya

hos

folk

hos noun "folk" (LT2:340)

[Quettaparma Quenyallo] Group: Quettaparma Quenyallo. Published by

Black Speech

-hai

suff. folk

Adûnaic

lâi

n. folk

A noun appearing only as an element in kadar-lâi “city folk” (SD/435). It may be related to Q. lië “people”, as suggested by various authors (/18, /Adûnaic, /LAI). In at least one Avari dialect, this word was lai (WJ/410).

[SD/435.2608] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Edain

nothlir

n. folk, family

[WJ/234.0101, WJ/237.0301, WJ/309.1801] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya

hos

n. folk, people, tribe

[LT2A/Glamhoth.086, QL/041.0901, QL/041.0902] Group: Eldamo. Published by

liende

n. the folk, people

[PME/053.8804, QL/053.7601] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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