Quenya zR5Ì#

-nyë

i am come

-n (2), also -nyë, pronominal ending, 1st person sg. "I" (VT49:51), as in utúlien "I am come" (EO), cainen "I lay" (VT48:12-13), carin or carinyë "I do" (VT49:16), veryanen *"I married" (VT49:45). See also VT49:48. Long form -nye- with object ending -s "it" following in utúvienyes (see tuv-). A possible attestation of -n in object position ("me") is provided by the untranslated verbal form tankassen (PE17:76), where -n may be preceded by -sse- as a longer form of the 3rd person sg. ending -s (see -s #1).

-nyë

i do

-nyë, 1st person sg. pronominal suffix "I"; also short form -n (q.v.). Carin or carinyë *"I do" (VT49:16). With object -s following in utúvienyes "I have found it" (see tuv-). It may be that Tolkien at one point considered nye (or ne, inyë) as an independent emphatic pronoun "I", but this was struck out (VT49:49).

-nyë

suffix. I

[PE17/057.2201] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ne

i love

#-ne (4) "I", a 1st person pronominal suffix occurring in the word melánë "I love" (LR:61), but Tolkien later used -n or -nyë for this meaning (melin "I love", VT49:21). It may be that Tolkien at one point considered ne (or nye, inyë) as an independent emphatic pronoun "I", but this was struck out (VT49:49).

-n(yë)

suffix. i, [singular] 1a, 1st person singular

Variations of the word: -n, -n(ye), -nye.

Element in: Q. Mettanyë

[PE17/075.1302; PE17/075.3802; VT49/16.3501; PE17/057.2201; PE17/190.2801; VT49/51.2302; PE17/075.1301; PE17/075.3801; PE22/161.2707; VT49/16.3502; VT49/48.3202] Group: Eldamo. Published by

inyë

i, too

inyë emphatic independent 1st person sg. pronoun, "I" with emphasis, translated "I, too" in LR:61 (and, according to one reading of Tolkiens manuscript, in VT49:49).

Sindarin iT2#7T5

im

pronoun. reflexive, i myself, self(same), i myself; reflexive, i, me

Variations of the word: im.

[LB/354.3203; PE17/041.4202; PE17/046.3001; PE22/165.2320; VT47/14.1103; VT47/37.4402; LotR/0305.0506-1] Group: Eldamo. Published by

im

pronoun. I

In late writings (see esp. VT/47:37-38), Tolkien reinterpreted this form as a reflexive pronoun (= "self").

[LotR/II:IV, LB/354, VT/47:14,37-38] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

im

pronoun. i

[TI/182.1801] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Primitive elvish

ni

pronoun. sg. 1, s[ingular] 1, me, i

Variations of the word: ni, .

Element in: P. nki

[PE17/130.0716; VT49/50.2403; VT49/52.1304; PE22/152.2707] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya zR5Ì#

-nye

suffix. i

[EtyAC/NI².006] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ni

pronoun. i

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
niprefixISD/056.3205
stative-PE22/123.3205
niestative-PE22/123.3203
nindativemeLR/072.2104
nínestative-past-PE22/123.3703
nĭsdativeto mePE21/61.2105
nívastative-future-PE22/123.4203

[PE22/120.2313; PE22/127.0219; PE22/125.1820; PE22/122.0409; PE22/121.0107; SD/056.3203-1; PE22/120.0719; SD/056.3205; PE22/118.0716; PE22/115.0403; PE22/104.1808; PE22/097.3507; PE22/119.0113; PE22/120.0901; PE22/123.3205; PE22/123.3203; LR/072.2104; PE22/123.3703; PE21/61.2105; PE22/123.4203] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Old Noldorin

ni

pronoun. i

[PE22/098.0614; PE22/121.3110] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Middle Primitive Elvish

ni

pronoun. i

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
nithedativeto mePE21/61.2101
nitsedativeto mePE21/61.3702

[PE21/65.0106; PE22/092.3311; PE22/094.1814; PE22/095.0404; PE21/61.2101; PE21/61.3702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

root. i

[EtyAC/NI².003; Ety/NI².001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

ni-

pronoun. 1st-singular pronoun, i, [1st person singular]

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
nindativefrom meGL/51.0203; GL/52.6103; GL/53.4807; GL/55.2404

[PE13/097.0801; GL/51.0203; GL/52.0904; GL/52.1002-1; GL/52.6103; GL/53.4807; GL/55.2404; GL/51.0203|GL/52.6103|GL/53.4807|GL/55.2404] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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