Quenya zR5Ì#

-on

-on

-n (3) a plural sign used in some of the case endings (WJ:407): Pl. genitive -on, pl. ablative -llon (but also -llor), pl. locative -ssen.

-on

name

-on gen.pl. ending (3O), in aldaron, aranion, elenion, Eldaron, #esseron, Ingweron, Istarion, Númevalion, Quendion, Silmarillion, Sindaron, tasarion (see Nan-Tasarion), Valion, wenderon, yénion. Normally the ending -on is added to the nominative plural, whether it ends in -i or -r, but some nouns in -ë that would have nominative plurals in -i seem to prefer the ending -ron in the genitive (hence #esseron as the gen. pl. of essë "name", though the nominative pl. is attested as essi and we might have expected the gen. pl. *ession; similarly wenderon, Ingweron).

-ion

son (of), descendant

-ion (patronymic ending) "son (of), descendant" (YŌ/YON, LT1:271, LT2:344). Not to be confused with the genitive ending -on when added to words with nominative plurals in -i, e.g. elenion "of stars" vs. eleni "stars".

morion

son of the dark

morion noun "son of the dark" (LT1:261). In Fíriel's Song, Morion is translated "dark one", referring to Melko(r); this may be a distinct formation not including the patronymic ending -ion "son", but rather the masculine ending -on added to the adjective morë, mori- "dark".

epessë

noun. after-name

Elements

WordGlossSource
epëbefore; after (of time)-
essëname-

[PM/339.3010; UT/266.1305; UTI/epessë.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

esse

noun. name

[PE 22:124] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

essë

name

essë (1) noun "name", also later name of Tengwa #31, originally (MET) called árë (ázë). (Appendix E). With a pronominal ending esselya "thy name" (VT43:14). Pl. #essi in PM:339 and MR:470, gen.pl. #esseron "of names" in the compound Nómesseron (q.v.); we would rather have expected *ession, given the nom.pl. essi; perhaps #esser is a valid alternative plural form. Essecarmë noun "name-making" (MR:214, 470), Eldarin ceremony where the father announces the name of his child. Essecenta *("k") noun "Name-essay" (see centa) (MR:415); Essecilmë noun "name-choosing", an Eldarin ceremony where a child named him- or herself according to personal lámatyávë (q.v.) (MR:214, 471). The meaning Tolkien originally assigned to the word essë** in the Etymologies was "place" rather than "name" (VT45:12).

essë

noun. name

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
esselya2nd-sg-polite-poss*thy nameVT43/14.3001
esserongenitive pluralof ... namesVT42/17.1302-2
essipluralnamesMR/216.1005; MR/470.1901; PM/339.2012
essipluralgiven namesUT/266.0410
essipluralnamesUTI/epessë.016

Element in: Q. amilessë, Q. anessë, Q. cilmessë, Q. epessë, Q. Essecilmë, Q. notessë

[LotR/1123.0701; WJ/359.1003-1; MR/470.1901; VT43/14.3001; VT42/17.1302-2; MR/216.1005; MR/470.1903; PM/339.2012; UT/266.0410; UTI/epessë.016; MR/216.1005|MR/470.1901|PM/339.2012] Group: Eldamo. Published by

esta-

verb. name

[PE 22:124] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

hanu

noun. male animal, male, man (of men or elves)

sanda

name

[sanda, sandë] (þ) (2) noun "name" (VT46:16)

sanya

name

[sanya] (þ) (2) noun ?"name" (reading of gloss uncertain, VT46:16)

anessë

noun. nickname, given (or added) name, surname, given name, given or added name

Variations of the word: anesse.

Elements

WordGlossSource
anta-to give-
essëname-
essigiven (or added) namesMR/216.1005

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
anessiplural-MR/470.1201
Anessipluralgiven (or added) namesMR/216.0709
Anessidefinitenicknames, surnamesPE21/85.2905

[PE21/85.3011; MR/217.2302; MR/470.1201; MR/470.1203; MR/216.0709; PE21/85.2905] Group: Eldamo. Published by

hanwa

male

hanwa noun "male" (INI)

hanwa

adjective. male

hanuvoitë

male

hanuvoitë adj.? "male" (prob. adj. rather than noun; the word as such is not clearly glossed, but connects with hanu "a male") (INI)

velicë

great

velicë ("k") adj. "great" _(LT1:254; probably not valid in Tolkien's later Quenya; in the context of the Etymologies it would have to be derived from _BEL, but it is stated that this stem was "not found in Q". Perhaps Tolkien rejected velicë because it was too similar to the Russian word that clearly inspired it.)

-on

suffix. augmentative

Element in: Q. eäron, Q. airon

[PE17/027.2510-2; PE17/027.2511-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

amilessë

noun. mother-name

Elements

WordGlossSource
amil(lë)mother-
essëname-

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
amilessipluralmother-namesMR/217.0102; MR/470.1101

[MR/217.0102; MR/470.1101; MR/217.0102|MR/470.1101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Sindarin iT2#7T5

-on

a suffix which appeared in various later-formed names of regions

_ suff. _a suffix which appeared in various later-formed names of regions. -ion, Nanduhirion

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:37] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

-on

ending referring to persons or animals

pl1. -yn suff. masc. ending referring to persons or animals. -or after n. -eth, -or

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:141] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

-on

suffix. used in patronymics

_ masc. suff. _used in patronymics. -en, -ion, -ien

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:170] < -_(i)ŏn_, _-(ĭ)ondo_. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

-on

suffix. augmentative suffix, augmentative or male suffix

@@@ most clear in gaearon

Element in: S. Ardhon, S. gaearon, S. gardhon, S. Rodon

[PE17/043.1310] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-on

suffix. masculine suffix, ending in male names

Variations of the word: -on.

Element in: S. aphadon, S. Astoron, S. Daeron, S. Ecthelion, S. Erchamion, S. Galadhon, S. Saelon, S. tauron

[WJ/387.1902-2; WJ/400.1810] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-oth

suffix. augmentative suffix, augmentative, great

Element in: S. Carcharoth, S. deloth, S. faloth, S. goroth, S. Lammoth, S. Nogoth

[PE17/151.0710; PE17/045.4006; S/106.0409-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

esta-

verb. to name

[estathar SD/129-31] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

anu

adjective. male

A literal interpretation of the Etymologies would class this word as a noun, but David Salo notes that the punctuation in The Etymologies is not always reliable. Noldorin anw cannot be cognate to the Quenya noun hanu (3anû) because the final -u would drop. It must rather be cognate to the Quenya adjective hanwa (3anwâ) attested under the stem INI, where it is also stated that inw, corresponding to Quenya inya "female", has been remodelled after anw. The combination of these two entries, along with the phonological evidences, clearly indicates that anw is actually an adjective

[Ety/360, X/W] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

-eth

ending referring to persons or animals

pl1. -ith suff. fem. ending referring to persons or animals. -es after dh [=ð], th. -es, -on

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:141] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

eneth

noun. name

Elements

WordGlossSource
en-to nameVT44/24.2012
-thgerundVT44/24.2306

[VT44/24.2001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

eneth

noun. name

[VT/44:21,24] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

#dae

great

#dae (lenited nae, no distinct pl. form). Isolated from daedhelos "great fear". Note: Homophones mean "shadow, shade" and also "very, exceedingly".

beleg

adjective. mighty, great, big, large

The primitive form of this word in later writings is unclear. The development in Quenya seems indicates a primitive initial ✶mb- and a primitive form of ✶mbeleke, as in ✶Mbelekōro or ✶Mbelekōre > Q. Melkor (PE17/115, WJ/402). However, the nasal-mutation meleg appears in Taur-i-Melegyrn “Forest of the Great Trees”, indicating a primitive initial ✶b- and a primitive form of ✶beleke. It is possible the soft-mutation veleg appears Arveleg, also indicating a primitive initial ✶b-. @@@ Also Cûl Veleg.

It may be that the strengthening of √BEL ⇒ √MBEL occurred only in Quenya, and the Sindarin form developed from the original √BEL instead. Since Etymologies state that √BEL was “not found in Q[uenya]”, this seems a likely scenario to me.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Melegnasal-mutationgreatWJI/Taur-i-Melegyrn.003-1
Velegsoft-mutationbigRC/536.4107

Element in: S. Arveleg, S. Beleg, S. Belegaer, S. Belegorn, S. Belegost, S. Belegund, S. Belegûr, S. Belegurth, S. Laer Cú Beleg

[PE17/115.0302; PE17/115.1505; SA/beleg.001; S/209.1314; WJI/Taur-i-Melegyrn.003-1; RC/536.4107] Group: Eldamo. Published by

beleg

great

beleg (mighty), lenited veleg, pl. belig

beleg

adjective. great, mighty

[Ety/352, S/428] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

daer

great

daer (large), lenited dhaer, no distinct pl. form. Note: a homophone means "bridegroom", but has a different lenited form.

daer

adjective. great

[UT/450, WJ/187, WJ/335, VT/42:11] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

daer

adjective. great, large

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Dhaersoft-mutationgreatVT42/14.1104; WJ/191.3001; WJ/338.4101

Element in: S. Daeron, S. Dor Daedeloth, S. Dor-na-Daerachas, S. Lond Daer, S. Lond Daer Enedh

[VT42/11.2306; UT/264.4405; WJ/335.1906; VT42/14.1104; WJ/191.3001; WJ/338.4101; VT42/14.1104|WJ/191.3001|WJ/338.4101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

anu

male

(adj.) *anu, analogical pl. eny. (Archaic anw, pl. ?einw)

eneth

name

(noun) eneth (pl. enith)

esta

name

(verb.) esta- (call) (i esta, in estar)

Adûnaic

suffix. masculine suffix

A suffix used to form masculine nouns from common or neuter nouns (SD/435). Another common variant was (SD/438).
Variations of the word: .

[SD/435.0502] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

-on

suffix. masculine suffix

Element in: N. brannon, N. Celion, N. Galadhon, N. maethon, N. mellon, N. Núron

[Ety/NU.035-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-we

suffix. masculine suffix

Element in: N. Bronwe, N. Manwe

[Ety/WEG.049] Group: Eldamo. Published by

anw

adjective. male

A literal interpretation of the Etymologies would class this word as a noun, but David Salo notes that the punctuation in The Etymologies is not always reliable. Noldorin anw cannot be cognate to the Quenya noun hanu (3anû) because the final -u would drop. It must rather be cognate to the Quenya adjective hanwa (3anwâ) attested under the stem INI, where it is also stated that inw, corresponding to Quenya inya "female", has been remodelled after anw. The combination of these two entries, along with the phonological evidences, clearly indicates that anw is actually an adjective

[Ety/360, X/W] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

beleg

adjective. great, mighty

[Ety/352, S/428] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

beleg

adjective. large, great

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
felegsoft-mutationlargePE22/031.2018

Element in: N. Beleghir, N. Belegoer, N. Belegast, N. Belegol, N. Belegost, N. Belegund, N. Carnbeleg

[Ety/BEL.037; PE22/031.2018] Group: Eldamo. Published by

daur

adjective. great, large

[EtyAC/DAƷ.017] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Primitive elvish

wonā

adjective. male

[PE21/83.0115; PE21/83.4118] Group: Eldamo. Published by

(m)belek

root. large, strong, powerful, mighty, great

Variations of the word: melk-.

[PE17/115.1503; PE17/115.0310; PE17/165.0501; MR/350.3012] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ta

suffix. a single action of the stem, single product of an action, noun suffix

[PE17/052.0310; PE17/052.0815] Group: Eldamo. Published by

han

root. male

n-uĕg

suffix. male

[PE17/190.1701] Group: Eldamo. Published by

day

root. great

Variations of the word: DAY.

[PE17/151.0201; VT42/11.2312] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya zR5Ì#

-ine

suffix. noun suffix

Variations of the word: -ne, -ine, -in.

Element in: EQ. kólemaine, EQ. laulemuine, EQ. pampine, EQ. sestaine, EQ. sunqelaine

[QL/057.5601-3; QL/063.4201-2; QL/095.7901-2; QL/096.4201-2; QL/047.5001-2; QL/052.1701-2; QL/072.3901-2; QL/082.6801-2; QL/087.3201-2; QL/043.4901-2; QL/058.4601-2; QL/072.8001-2; QL/075.5201-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

morion

masculine name. son of the dark

Elements

WordGlossSource
MOROMORO-
yondoson-

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
moriond-stem-QL/062.7601

[LT1A/Mornië.023; PME/063.0907; QL/062.7601; QL/062.7602] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(y)ando

adjective. augmentative

Variations of the word: -(v)ando.

[PE14/048.3702; PE14/081.3402; PE14/048.3701; PE14/081.3401; PE14/081.3403] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-we

suffix. masculine suffix

Elements

WordGlossSource
-PE21/01.3709

[Ety/WEG.036; PE21/01.3612] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-lda

suffix. augmentative

Variations of the word: -ilda.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
-ladverbial-PE14/080.1505
-ldoadverbial-PE14/080.1501
-ldosadverbial-PE14/080.1503

[PE14/047.2908; PE14/080.1210; PE14/080.1505; PE14/047.2902; PE14/080.1202; PE14/080.1501; PE14/080.1503] Group: Eldamo. Published by

en(we)

noun. a name, name

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
emb-stem-QL/035.7201

[QL/035.7202; QL/035.7201; QL/035.7301] Group: Eldamo. Published by

enwe

noun. name

Also glossed as “a name”.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
emb-stem-QL/035.7201

[QL/035.7202; QL/035.7201; QL/035.7301] Group: Eldamo. Published by

esse

noun. a name, name

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
esselíneninstrumental partitive-plural-SD/047.0207
esseneninstrumentalby namePE22/124.2305
esserpluralnamesPE22/022.0105-2; PE22/022.2804-2
qessenenpassive-participleby namePE22/124.4102

Element in: MQ. Qantesser, MQ. Tengwesser

[Ety/ES.008; PE22/022.1203; PE22/051.0204; SD/047.0207; PE22/124.2305; PE22/022.0105-2; PE22/022.2804-2; PE22/124.4102; PE22/022.0105-2|PE22/022.2804-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

hanu

noun. male, a male, male (of all creatures), man (of men or elves), male animal, a male (of men or elves)

Element in: MQ. hanuvoite, MQ. hanwa

[Ety/ƷAN.004; EtyAC/ƷAN.008; EtyAC/ƷAN.022] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-úme

suffix. augmentative

Variations of the word: -ūme, -ū̆me.

[PE14/081.3302; PE14/048.3602; QL/088.5901-2; QL/097.8204; QL/091.4001-2; PE14/081.3305; PE14/081.3306] Group: Eldamo. Published by

hanwa

adjective. male

Elements

WordGlossSource
hanumale-

[Ety/INI.010] Group: Eldamo. Published by

wenga

adjective. male

[GL/44.7504] Group: Eldamo. Published by

yanta

adjective. great

Also glossed as “large”.

[QL/106.2801; PE15/69.7802] Group: Eldamo. Published by

anuvoite

adjective. masculine, male

Elements

WordGlossSource
anua maleQL/031.7101
-voiteadjective suffixQL/031.7201-2

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
anuvoisiplural-QL/031.7201

[QL/031.7202; QL/031.7201] Group: Eldamo. Published by

velike

adjective. great, large

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Velikĭ-stemgreatQL/100.7001
velity-stem-PE16/137.5402

[GL/22.5904; PE16/137.5401; LT1A/Haloisi Velikë.032; QL/100.7001; PE16/137.5402] Group: Eldamo. Published by

via

adjective. male

Elements

WordGlossSource
viemalePE16/135.1501

[PE16/135.2601] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-on

suffix. great

Element in: MQ. andon

[Ety/AD.015-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-nu

suffix. masculine suffix

Element in: EQ. ettanu, EQ. hestanu, EQ. túranu, EQ. varyanu

[QL/036.7101-2; QL/040.4501-2; QL/095.8001-2; QL/100.1801-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ndo

suffix. masculine suffix

Element in: EQ. herendo

[QL/040.4901-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-re

suffix. noun suffix

Variations of the word: -re, -r.

Element in: EQ. aldare, EQ. anúre, EQ. lotóre, EQ. qildare, EQ. tantare, EQ. tessare, EQ. Tuilére

[QL/062.1001-2; QL/031.7701-2; QL/055.8801-2; QL/078.2001-2; QL/091.8801-2; QL/096.6601-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-lis

noun. noun suffix

Element in: EQ. arqilis, EQ. indolis, EQ. maksilis, EQ. Avestalis, EQ. oinalis, EQ. qindelis, EQ. sintilis

[QL/029.2001-2; QL/032.1401-2; QL/043.2101-2; QL/057.5401-2; QL/071.6601-2; QL/077.4601-2; QL/085.2701-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Doriathrin

ganu

noun/adjective. male (person or animal), a male (of men or elves), male animal, male

A Doriathrin word (noun and adjective?) for a “male” derived from the root ᴹ√ƷAN (Ety/ƷAN).

Possible Etymology: Its Quenya cognate ᴹQ. hanu indicates a primitive form *✶ʒanū [ɣanū], but ordinarily a [primitive final vowel was lost in Ilkorin](/w/short final vowels vanished). Helge Fauskanger suggested that this Ilkorin word was instead derived for adjective form *✶ʒanwā [ɣanwā], which would have produced final -u after the loss of the [-ā] because [final [w] became [u]](/w/final [j], [w] became [i], [u]). This derivation is indicated in the Phonetic Developments given below.

An alternate possibility, though, is that [u] was an exception to the rule that final vowels were lost in Ilkorin. The Noldorin development ᴹ√ƷAN > ON. anu > N. anw hints at a similar process. This uncertainly in its etymology makes it difficult to determine the part of speech (noun and/or adjective) that this word belongs to.

[Ety/ƷAN.018; EtyAC/ƷAN.033] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-on

suffix. masculine suffix

Apparently a masculine suffix attested in the name Dairon.

Element in: ILK. Dairon

Middle Primitive Elvish

ʒan

root. male

[Ety/ƷAN.001; Ety/INI.021; Ety/NĪ¹.009] Group: Eldamo. Published by

daʒ

root. great

[EtyAC/DAƷ.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

daʒrā

adjective. great, large

[EtyAC/DAƷ.018] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

-odron

suffix. augmentative

Variations of the word: -odro, -oglo, -oglon, -ro(n).

[GG/16.0210; GG/16.0302; GG/16.0211; GG/16.0303; GL/33.3301-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-wi

suffix. noun suffix

Variations of the word: -wi.

[GL/35.5801-2; GL/48.5901-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

enn

noun. name

Element in: G. enos, G. entha-, G. enweg

[GL/32.8001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-weg

suffix. masculine suffix

Variations of the word: -weg, -wig.

Elements

WordGlossSource
gwegmanLT1A/Bronweg.058

Element in: G. badweg, G. bridhweg, G. bridhwig, G. Bronweg, G. curdhweg, G. driodweg, G. aithweg, G. enweg, G. faronweg, G. fedhirweg, G. felweg, G. finweg, G. gothweg, G. gwedhweg, G. horweg, G. Manweg

[GL/21.2501-2; GL/24.1801-2; GL/28.1001-2; GL/30.8303-2; GL/32.8201-2; GL/34.1701-2; GL/34.5201-2; GL/34.7701-2; GL/42.0701-2; LT1A/Bronweg.050; LT1A/Finwë.033; LT1A/Manwë.012; LT1A/Vailimo.056; PE13/109.0101-2; GL/24.1802-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

gwegwed

adjective. male

Elements

WordGlossSource
gwegmanGL/44.7401
-wedadjective suffixGL/44.8101-2

[GL/44.8101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-on

suffix. noun suffix

Element in: G. baron, G. calon, G. bridhon, G. faron, G. fwion, G. gavon, G. glingon, G. gweron, G. gwidhon, G. hebon, G. falon, G. helon, G. hermon, G. Gwalon

[GL/38.1801-2; GL/39.7801-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-od

suffix. noun suffix

Variations of the word: -iod, -od.

Element in: G. archod, G. driod, G. drogod, G. gruithod, G. golod

[GL/25.5501-2; GL/30.8601-2; GL/31.0701-2; GL/41.0601-2; GL/42.7701-2; PE13/110.6201-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-os

suffix. masculine suffix

Variations of the word: -os.

Element in: G. hiros

[GL/18.1001-2; GL/49.0101-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-uin

suffix. noun suffix

Element in: G. cwiruin

[GL/28.9101-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-wen

suffix. noun suffix

Elements

WordGlossSource
gwenlargeGL/45.0901

Element in: G. barwen, G. bladwen, G. cafwen, G. cariod(wen), G. driodwen, G. dulwen, G. faidwen, G. fedhwen, G. fladwen, G. gadorwen, G. dairwen, G. alwen, G. gaudhwen, G. galwen, G. gothwen, G. gruithodwen, G. gwadath(wen), G. bedhwen, G. gwinwen, G. hirilwen

[GG/08.1802-2; GL/49.3501-2; GL/45.0906; GL/43.8301-3; GL/42.7801-2; GL/42.0601-2; GL/38.1101-2; GL/36.8601-2; LT1A/Palúrien.070-2; GL/35.4501-2; GL/31.4101-2; GL/30.8604-2; GL/29.6101-2; GL/25.5501-3; GL/24.6601-2; GL/22.3001-2; GL/19.1301-2; GL/33.6801-2; PE13/114.5201-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-la

suffix. noun suffix

Variations of the word: -la.

Element in: G. brithla

[GL/24.3501-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-li

suffix. noun suffix

Element in: G. brigli, G. curuthli, G. cwathli, G. cwinglios, G. dothli, G. egli(n), G. fabli, G. fafli, G. faigli, G. fathli, G. fimli, G. fingli, G. fwegli, G. gethli, G. gimli, G. gobli, G. gwembel

[GL/24.2101-2; GL/38.8901-2; GL/38.3201-2; GL/36.5401-2; GL/35.2401-2; GL/35.1302-2; GL/34.3501-2; GL/40.6501-2; GL/33.4901-2; GL/33.2801-2; GL/32.0403-2; GL/30.6201-2; GL/28.8801-2; GL/28.4001-2; GL/28.1801-2; GL/33.4001-2; GL/45.0504-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-st

suffix. noun suffix

Element in: G. aurost

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-thi

suffix. noun suffix

Element in: G. cailthi, G. failthi, G. fecthi, G. finthi, G. glant(hi), G. gofelthi, G. grilthi, G. gwalthi, G. gwanthi, G. gwilthi, G. halthi

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-weth

suffix. noun suffix

Element in: G. bronweth, G. gedweth, G. glanweth, G. glenweth, G. gwalweth, G. gwegweth, G. gwinweth

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Early Noldorin

beleg

adjective. huge, large, great

Variations of the word: beleg, belg.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
bailiadaugmentative-PE13/125.0901
bailiantsuperlative-PE13/125.0901
belegariantsuperlative-PE13/125.0901
beliadaugmentative-PE13/125.0901
beliantsuperlative-PE13/125.0901
biligplural-PE13/122.0515

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