Quenya zR5Ì#


having x

-itë adjectival ending, often attached to nouns with the sense of "having X" or "having the quality of X" (VT49:42)

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suffix. {habit or special association with the verbal action}

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suffix. adjectival ending; capable of doing

Also glossed as “generally (and naturally) doing”, “capable of doing”, “adjectival ending”.
Variations of the word: -ite, uite, ĭti, -itë.

Element in: Q. ceníte, Q. himítë, Q. hlonitë, Q. lanotoitë, Q. maitë, Q. ólamaitë, Q. taitë

[PE22/155.1211; PE22/155.1205; PE22/153.2014; VT41/10.0406-2; VT49/28.1008; VT49/42.0109; VT49/11.4005-2; PE22/155.1201; PE22/154.0702; PE22/156.1205; PE22/155.1218; PE22/155.1018] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Qenya zR5Ì#


suffix. adjective ending

Variations of the word: -ite.

Element in: EQ. attalaite, EQ. haloite, EQ. indoite, EQ. -noite, EQ. noloite, EQ. tala(no)ite, EQ. -voite

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suffix. (verbal) adjective ending

Also glossed as “verbal adjective”.
Variations of the word: aite, oite, uite, maite.

Element in: MQ. aranaite, MQ. karaite, MQ. himíte, MQ. inimeite, MQ. maite, MQ. tulumaite, MQ. -voite

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suffix. adjective ending

Element in: G. orcômin

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