Quenya zR5Ì#

hildi

followers

hildi, -hildi noun "followers" (used = mortal men, the Second-born of Ilúvatar) (KHIL) (also Hildor, q.v.). Dat. pl. hildin "for men", a dative pl. occurring in Fíriel's Song. Cf. hildinyar "my heirs", evidently *hildë, hildo "follower, heir" + -inya "my" + -r plural ending (EO)

Sindarin iT2#7T5

echil

collective name. followers

Sindarin equivalent of Q. Hildor “Followers” as a name for Men (WJ/219). It is clearly derived from the same root √KHIL, but otherwise its etymology is unclear. Another Sindarin term with a similar meaning is Aphadon.

Elements

WordGlossSource
EchilFollowersWJ/219.4110-1

Element in: S. Echil

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Qenya zR5Ì#

-inya

suffix. worthy to be -

Element in: EQ. tulinya

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