Quenya zR5Ì#

melda

adjective. beloved, dear, sweet

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
ammeldaintensive-PE17/057.3901
an(a)meldaintensive-PE17/057.3902
anameldaintensive-PE17/056.1002; PE17/057.0105
arimeldasuperlativeexceeding dearPE17/056.1002; PE17/056.1002; PE17/057.3702
armemeldasuperlative-PE17/056.1002
ĕrĕmeldasuperlativesole dear, dearest of allPE17/057.3703

Element in: Q. nessamelda, Q. vanimelda

[PE17/057.3901; PE17/057.3902; PE17/056.2102; PE17/057.0105; PE17/056.2101; PE17/056.4102; PE17/057.3702; PE17/056.1704; PE17/057.3703; PE17/041.0507; PE17/056.1002; PE17/057.1007; PE17/057.3701; PE17/109.4312; PE17/056.1002|PE17/057.0105; PE17/056.1002|PE17/056.1002|PE17/057.3702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

melda

beloved, dear, sweet

melda adj. "beloved, dear, sweet" (MEL, VT45:34), superlative arimelda *"dearest" (PE17:56, see ar- #2), meldielto "they are beloved" (sc. meld[a]--lto "beloved-are-they" however, both the stative verb ending - "is/are" and the ending -lto "they" may be obsolete in LotR-style Quenya) (FS) PE17:55 gives the comparative form as arimelda or ammelda and the superlative as eremelda, anamelda or once again ammelda (PE17:55).


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Qenya zR5Ì#

melitsa

adjective. beloved, favourite

Elements

WordGlossSource
melitsedarlingQL/060.7801
-aadjectival suffixQL/060.7901-2

[QL/060.7901] Group: Eldamo. Published by

melda

adjective. beloved, dear, sweet

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
meldieltostative 3rd-plThey are ... belovedLR/072.1104

[Ety/MEL.009; EtyAC/MEL.006; LR/072.1104] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

idril

feminine name. beloved

Elements

WordGlossSource
idrilBelovedGL/50.4001

[GG/11.0208; GG/15.2807; GG/15.2907; GL/50.4602; LT2/216.4101; LT2A/Idril.001; LT2I/Idril.001; LT2I/Irildë.004; PE13/099.2706; PE13/103.2203; PE13/104.0304; PE15/27.6101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

garth

adjective. beloved

[GL/37.9501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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