Quenya zR5Ì#

-nen

most nouns have an instrumental in -nen

-nen instrumental ending (pl. -inen, dual -nten, partitive pl. -línen). Attested in ambartanen, lírinen, lintieryanen, súrinen, parmanen; see ambar (#2), lírë, lintië, súrë, parma. Tolkien noted that "most nouns have an instrumental in -nen" (PE17:62), a wording suggesting that the form of the ending may vary; given the normal development ln > ld, it is possible that it would appear as *-den when added to a noun in -l (*macilden "with a sword").

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-nen

suffix. instrumental

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lintië

noun/adverb. swiftness

Also glossed as “speed; *quickly”, “swiftly”.

Elements

WordGlossSource
lintaswift-
-iëabstract nounPE17/058.4301

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
lintiéneninstrumental-PE17/059.0613
lintienta3rd-pl-posstheir speedPE17/058.3310
lintiĕrya(nen)3rd-sg-poss instrumentalwith his swiftnessPE17/059.0613
lintieryanen3rd-sg-poss instrumentalwith his speedPE17/058.3901

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nén

water

nén (nen-) noun "water" (NEN).

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-mā

noun. instrumental

Element in: Q. calma, Q. cauma, Q. corma, Q. parma, Q. yulma

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lintië

swiftness, speed

lintië noun "swiftness, speed" derived from linta; also used as adverb "quickly", nornë lintië "he ran with swiftness", also more explicitly with pronominal suffixes and the instrumental ending -nen: lintieryanen "with his speed" (PE17:58)

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nén

noun. water

Element in: Q. Cuiviénen, Q. Nénar, Q. nenda, Q. Nendili, Q. Nénimë, Q. Nenya, Q. Nísinen

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Nénar

water

Nénar noun name of a star (or planet), evidently derived from nén "water" (Silm), tentatively identified with Uranus (MR:435)

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Uinen

water

Uinen (Uinend-, as in dative Uinenden) fem. name, used of a Maia, spouse of Ossë (UY, NEN). Adopted and adapted from Valarin (WJ:404), though it is also said that it contains -nen "water" (SA:nen); the latter explanation may be folk etymology. In the Etymologies, the name is derived from the same stem (UY) as uilë "long trailing plant, especially seaweed".

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Sindarin iT2#7T5

lorn

noun. quiet water

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lorn

noun. anchorage, harbour

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nen

noun. water (used of a lake, pool or lesser river)

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nen

noun. waterland

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nen

water

{ĕ}_ n. _water, lake. Q. nén. nîn

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nen

noun. water

Also glossed as “lake”.

Element in: S. Arnen, S. Bruinen, S. Carnen, S. dannen, S. duinen, S. Emyn Arnen, S. Harnen, S. Lebennin, S. Nen Cenedril, S. Nen Echui, S. Nen Girith, S. Nen Hithoel, S. Nen Lalaith, S. Nenning, S. Nenuial, S. Nîn-in-Eilph, S. ninniach, S. Núrnen, S. Ringnen

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nenning

place name. Water

A river in western Beleriand flowing past the haven of Eglarest (S/120). The meaning of this name is unclear, but it appears to contain nen “water” (SA/nen).

Conceptual Development: In Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, this river first appeared as Eldor, later revised to Eglor (SM/227). In the Etymologies, the name Eglor was designated Ilkorin and translated “Elf-river” (Ety/ELED), and was given as the basis for the name Ilk. Eglorest (Ety/RIS²), the earlier form of S. Eglarest. In the map revisions for the Silmarillion from the 1950s-60s, Eglor was replaced by S. Eglahir and later still by Nenning (WJ/187), which was the form used in the later Silmarillion narratives (WJ/117).

Note that the name Nenning first appeared in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s as a rejected name for the rivers N. Crandir “Redway”, which itself was an earlier name for the river Celebrant (RS/433).
Variations of the word: Nenning.

Elements

WordGlossSource
nenwater-
?--

[RSI/Nenning.001; SA/nen.013; SI/Nenning.001; SM/227.3406; SMI/Nenning.001; UTI/Nenning.001; WJ/117.3106; WJI/Eglahir.010; WJI/Nenning.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

nên

water

nên (lake, pool, stream, waterland), construct nen, pl. nîn. FLOOD-WATER (or ”wash”) iôl (pl. ŷl) (RC:334, VT48:33).

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

duin

noun. water

Also glossed as “river”.

Element in: N. Anduin, N. Branduin, N. Lameduin, N. Duin Morghul, N. Ithilduin

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lhorn

noun. quiet water

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lhorn

noun. anchorage, harbour

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nen

noun. water (used of a lake, pool or lesser river)

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nen

noun. waterland

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nen

noun. water

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
nînplural-Ety/NEN.007

Element in: N. Bruinen, N. Harnen, N. Lebennin, N. Nen Girith, N. Nen-uinel, N. Nenuial

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Valarin yEjE7T5

ul(l)u

noun. water

Element in: VAL. Ul(l)ubōz

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Primitive elvish

nen

root. water

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nē̆n

noun. water

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Westron

nîn

noun. water

Element in: WES. Branda-nîn

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Qenya zR5Ì#

linqe

noun/adjective. water

Also glossed as “stream; flowing”, “wet”, “streams”, “flowing”.
Variations of the word: linqe, linkve.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
linkviplural-PE16/104.0403
linqē-stem-QL/054.5601
linqipluralwetMC/216.1303; PE16/100.0403

Element in: EQ. linqea, EQ. lúnelinqe

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nén

noun. water

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
nen-stem-Ety/NEN.003
nenesselocativein waterPE22/125.1110

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ninda

noun. water

Also glossed as “river”.
Variations of the word: ninda.

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ninda

noun. water

Also glossed as “river”.
Variations of the word: ninda.

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Doriathrin

duin

noun. water

Also glossed as “river”.
A noun meaning “water, river”, simply an elaboration of its root ᴹ√DUY (Ety/DUI).

Element in: ILK. Esgalduin

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Gnomish

asc

noun. water

Element in: G. Asgon

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Early Noldorin

lim

noun. water

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
liminplural-PE13/123.2001

Element in: EN. limig

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nen(n)

noun. water

Also glossed as “river”, “stream”.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
neninplural-PE13/123.1901
ninplural-PE13/123.1901
ninithplural-PE13/123.1901
ninnplural-PE13/164.3501

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