Sindarin iT2#7T5


suffix. -ful, having quality, adjectival

Variations of the word: -ui, ui.

Element in: S. Argonui, S. canthui, S. enchui, S. Erui, S. fanui, S. gornodui, S. gwathui, S. hithui, S. ilaurui, S. lefnui, S. lithui, S. melui, S. minui, S. nedrui, S. nelui, S. nerthui, S. Nínui, S. Nórui, S. othui, S. paenui, S. caenui, S. rustui, S. sennui, S. tadui, S. tollui, S. úbedui, S. únodui, S. Urui, S. úvelui

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Primitive elvish


suffix. -ful

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suffix. -ful, adjectival suffix

Variations of the word: -iñkwā/-uñkwā.

Element in: P. aklari(n)kwā, P. erikwā

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