Quenya zR5Ì#

-ien

suffix. -land

Variations of the word: -ien.

Element in: Q. Arvernien, Q. Hildórien, Q. Lórien

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-ien

suffix. feminine ending; -daughter

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-ien

suffix. feminine ending; -daughter

Also glossed as “feminine patronymic”.
Variations of the word: -en.

Element in: Q. Arien, Q. Silmarien, Q. Telperien, Q. Yávien

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-ien

daughter

-ien fem. ending in certain names like Yávien, Silmarien (q.v.) At one point -ien implied "daughter", see -iel above.

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-iel

daughter

-iel patronymic/matronymic ending -"daughter" (YEL, VT46:22-23) In the Etymologies, Tolkien struck out this ending and the corresponding independent word yeldë "daughter", changing them to -ien, yendë. However, the ending -iel later turns up in later forms: Uinéniel "Daughter of Uinen" in UT:182 and Elerondiel "daughter of Elrond" (Elerondo) in PE17:56. Hence it would seem that Tolkien changed his mind again and restored this ending, and perhaps the noun yeldë along with it. The form Elerondiel (from Elerondo) demonstrates that a final vowel is omitted before -iel.

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selyë

daughter

[selyë noun "daughter", used in children's play for "fourth finger" or "fourth toe" _(VT47:10, 15, VT48:4) _It is unclear whether it was the word selyë "daughter" itself that was rejected, or just its use as a play-name of a digit. Compare yeldë, yendë.]

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yen

daughter

yen, yendë noun "daughter" (YŌ/YON). This word replaced another form, but this form may have been restored; see yeldë. In VT45:16, yendë is said to refer to a female "agent", a word changed by Tolkien from yendi, but Tolkien deleted all of this.

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yeldë

noun. daughter

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yeldë

daughter

yeldë noun "daughter" (YEL) This word was struck out in Etym, but it may have been restored together with the ending -iel, q.v.

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Silmarien

-riën

Silmarien (sometimes "-riën") fem. name, apparently incorporates sil(i)ma (Appendix A) and the feminine ending -ien, or -rien as a variant of -riel (garlanded maiden) as in Altariel (Galadriel).

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inya

adjective. female

seldë

noun. daughter

Element in: Q. Elerondorel, Q. Tindómerel

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manyel

female

[manyel noun "female" (PE17:190)]

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inya

female

inya (1) adj. "female" (INI)

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inimeitë

female

inimeitë adj.? ?"female" (INI)

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anel

noun. daughter

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anel

daughter

anel noun "daughter" (PE17:170), possibly intended by Tolkien as a replacement for seldë (q.v.). Compare anon.

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yen(dë)

noun. daughter

Sindarin iT2#7T5

-ien

suffix. feminine ending

Also glossed as “feminine patronymic”.

Element in: S. Erien, S. Lúthien

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-ien

suffix. used in patronimics

_ fem. suff. _used in patronimics. -en, -ion, -on

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-ien

a suffix in names of regions

_ suff. a suffix in names of regions. Reduced from -iend(e). Tolkien proposed but finally rejected a borrowing to the Q. gen. pl1. -ion_. -iend, -iende

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-iende

a suffix in names of regions

_ suff. a suffix in names of regions. Reduced in -ien. Tolkien proposed but finally rejected a borrowing to the Q. gen. pl1. -ion_. -ien, -iend

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-iend

a suffix in names of regions

_ suff. a suffix in names of regions. Reduced in -ien. Tolkien proposed but finally rejected a borrowing to the Q. gen. pl1. -ion_. -ien, -iende

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-ion

suffix. used in patronimics

_ masc. suff. _used in patronimics. -en, -ien, -on

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-en

suffix. used in patronimics

_ fem. suff. _used in patronimics. -ien, -ion, -on

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-iand

suffix. -land

Also glossed as “ending in names of regions and countries”.
Variations of the word: -and, -ian(d), -iend(e)/-iand(a), (i)and.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
(i)endplural-PE17/170.2604
-iendpluralregional endingPE17/042.2913

Element in: S. Beleriand, S. Ossiriand, S. Rochand

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-ianda

a suffix in names of regions

_ suff. a suffix in names of regions. Reduced in -ian.Tolkien proposed but finally rejected a borrowing to the Q. gen. pl1. -ion_. -ian, -iand

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-iand

a suffix in names of regions

_ suff. a suffix in names of regions. Reduced in -ian.Tolkien proposed but finally rejected a borrowing to the Q. gen. pl1. -ion_. -ian, -ianda

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-eth

suffix. feminine ending

Also glossed as “ending in feminine names”.
Variations of the word: -eth.

Element in: S. adaneth, S. Astoreth, S. Firieth, S. Ioreth, S. Íreth, S. Núneth

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-ian

a suffix in names of regions

_ suff. a suffix in names of regions. Reduced from -iand(a). Tolkien proposed but finally rejected a borrowing to the Q. gen. pl1. -ion_. -iand, -ianda

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-ian

suffix. -land

Also glossed as “regional ending”, “a wide region or country”.
Variations of the word: -and (an), -ian/ion.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
-end (en)plural-Let/383.3903
ienpluralregional endingPE17/042.2913
iend/ienplural-PE17/042.4001

Element in: S. Anórien, S. Cardolan, S. Garthúrian, S. Ithilien, S. Lórien, S. Rohan

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iell

noun. daughter

inu

adjective. female

[Ety/361, X/W] MS *inw (reformed after CS anu, MS *anw). Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

inu

adjective. female

sellath

noun. all the daughters

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iell

daughter

1) iell (-iel) (girl, maid), pl. ill, 2) sell (i hell) (girl, maid), pl. sill (i sill), coll. pl. sellath**. **DAUGTHER OF TWILIGHT, see NIGHTINGALE

inu

female

inu (analogical pl. iny)

Adûnaic

-êth

suffix. feminine suffix

A feminine suffix appearing in several names, as suggested by Carl Hostetter and Patrick Wynn (AAD/11). On SD/427, Tolkien said that the affix -th was often found in feminine forms.

Element in: AD. Akallabêth, AD. Arminalêth

suffix. feminine suffix

A suffix used to form feminine nouns from common or masculine nouns (SD/435). Another common variant was (SD/438).
Variations of the word: .

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-phel

suffix. -daughter

An element appearing only in the name Zimraphel (UT/224). Though unglossed, her Quenya name Míriel seems to be mírë “jewel” + -iel “daughter”. The Adûnaic element zimra appears elsewhere as the Adûnaic equivalent of Q. mírë: in Zimrathôn whose Quenya name is Hostamir. These leaves the -phel to be “daughter” as suggested by several authors (AL/Adûnaic, EotAL/PHIL), perhaps the feminine equivalent of -thôr “son” appearing in Sakalthôr “*Shore-son”.

Phonetically, this element does not fit the earlier Adûnaic phonetic rules of Lowdham’s Report, which state that only a long ] was allowed in Adûnaic (SD/423). When Tolkien wrote Lowdham’s Report, Zimraphel’s Adûnaic name was instead Zimrahil, so perhaps -hil was an earlier form of this suffix. If the suffix -phel were to be used in the phonetic context of the Adûnaic of Lowdham’s Report (what this lexicon calles Middle Adûnaic) it might have the form *-phêl. See the entry on conceptual-changes-in-late-Adûnaic for further discussion.

Element in: AD. Zimraphel

zinî

noun. female

A noun translated “female” and fully declined as an example of an (archaic) feminine Strong II noun (SD/437). The archaic form of this word is †zini which is a Strong II noun since it ends in a single short vowel. Its non-archaic form is zinî, which is presumably declined as a Weak II noun; most masculine and feminine nouns became weak in Classical Adûnaic (SD/436).

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
zinā̆tdual-SD/437.1605
zinīplural-SD/437.1605
zinīmplural subjective-SD/437.2204
zininsubjective-SD/437.1605
zinu-objective-SD/437.1605

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Noldorin 5^mY7T5

-ien

suffix. feminine ending

Element in: N. Lhúthien

-ian(d)

suffix. -land

Element in: N. Anórien, N. Beleriand, N. Brethilian(d), N. Geleidhien, N. Ithilien, N. Ossiriand

iell

noun. daughter

Stated to be an alteration of sell , remodelled after ion "son" (OS *jondo). It was "a change assisted by the loss of s in compounds and patronymics", hence the ending -iel in several feminine words

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iell

noun. girl, maid

Stated to be an alteration of sell , remodelled after ion "son" (OS *jondo). It was "a change assisted by the loss of s in compounds and patronymics", hence the ending -iel in several feminine words

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iell

noun. daughter

Element in: N. -iel

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inw

adjective. female

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inw

adjective. female

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sell

noun. daughter

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sell

noun. girl, maid (child)

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Primitive elvish

nī/ini

root. female

Element in: P. kherūnī

r/l-iĕl

suffix. female

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yel

root. daughter

yend

noun. daughter

Qenya zR5Ì#

-ien

suffix. daughter

Element in: MQ. Árien, MQ. Palúrien

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-ien

suffix. -land

Element in: MQ. Hildórien, MQ. Noldórien

-iel

suffix. daughter

Also glossed as “(feminine) patronymic”.

Element in: MQ. Almáriel

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-ndor

suffix. -land

Element in: MQ. Andóre, MQ. Endor

aris

noun. daughter

Also glossed as “maid”.

Elements

WordGlossSource
ardaughter, maidQL/032.0701

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
arits-stem-PME/032.0906; QL/032.0801

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inya

adjective. female

Elements

WordGlossSource
nini-

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silde

noun. daughter

Element in: EQ. kolosilde

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sui

noun. daughter

Variations of the word: sui.

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yelde

noun. daughter

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yen(de)

noun. daughter

Also glossed as “agent (female)”.
Variations of the word: yen.

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Doriathrin

-ien

suffix. element in female names

Apparently a feminine suffix attested only in the name Lúthien (Ety/LUK).
Variations of the word: -ien.

Element in: ILK. Lúthien

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-il

suffix. feminine suffix

Apparently a feminine suffix attested in the name Thuringwethil “(Woman of) Secret Shadow” (Ety/THUR) and the noun tóril “queen” (Ety/TĀ).
Variations of the word: -il.

Element in: ILK. tóril, ILK. Thuringwethil

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Middle Primitive Elvish

nī/ini

root. female

Also glossed as “woman”.
Variations of the word: NĪ¹, , INI, NI, INI/NĪ.

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yel

root. daughter

Variations of the word: YEL.

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yen

root. daughter

Also glossed as “female”.

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yend

noun. daughter

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Gnomish

gwineth

adjective. female

Also glossed as “fem[ale]”.

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gwinwed

adjective. female

Elements

WordGlossSource
gwinwomanGL/45.7901
-wedadjective suffixGL/45.8701-2

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suil

noun. daughter

Variations of the word: sui, thuai.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
suilagenitive-GG/11.0805

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