Quenya zR5Ì#

-nil

-wine

-nil, final element in compounds, similar in meaning to Old English "-wine", sc. "-friend" as an element in names (NIL/NDIL). Also long -nildo (VT46:4). Variant of -ndil. In Eärnil, contraction of Earendil.

-nil

suffix. -friend

Also glossed as “-lover”.

Element in: Q. Eärnil

-(n)dil

suffix. -friend

Also glossed as “-lover”, “friend”, “devotion”, “disinterested love”.
Variations of the word: -nil, dil, -(n)dil.

Element in: Q. Aiwendil, Q. Amandil, Q. Anardil, Q. arandil, Q. Atandil, Q. Firindil, Q. Aulendil, Q. Ciryandil, Q. Eärendil, Q. Eärnil, Q. Eldandil, Q. Elendil, Q. Mámandil, Q. Manwendil, Q. Mardil, Q. Meneldil, Q. meneldil, Q. Minardil, Q. Nendili, Q. Nolondil, Q. Númendil, Q. Ornendil, Q. Oromendil, Q. Quendil, Q. Siriondil, Q. Telumendil, Q. Uinendili, Q. Vardilmë, Q. Vorondil

[SA/(n)dil.001; SA/(n)dur.014; PE17/152.1504; Let/386.3204; PE17/152.1503; PM/366.0204-1; PE17/152.1502] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-dil

-wine

-dil, -ndil, ending that Tolkien likened to Old English "-wine", sc. "-friend" as part of names, e.g. Elendil, Eärendil (NIL/NDIL); see the entry -ndil. Also long -dildo (VT46:4), and possibly -(n)dilmë as the corresponding feminine form (see Vardilmë).

-dil

suffix. -friend

Also glossed as “-lover”.


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Qenya zR5Ì#

-nil

suffix. -friend

-(n)dil

suffix. -friend

Also glossed as “Old English ‘-wine’”.

Element in: MQ. Herendil, MQ. Mardil, MQ. Orondil

[Ety/NIL.018; EtyAC/NIL.014] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-dil

suffix. -friend

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