Quenya zR5Ì#

-mo

suffix. agental suffix

[MR/049.2606-2; WJ/400.0506] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-r(o)

suffix. agental suffix

[VT41/13.2805-2; WJ/371.2904-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

naico

sinner

naico (1) noun "sinner"; see naicando

naicando

sinner

#naicando (and #naico, both attested as plural forms in -or) noun "sinner" (VT43:33; Tolkien may have abandoned these forms i favour of #úcarindo)

úcarindo

sinner

#úcarindo (pl. úcarindor, VT43:27) noun "sinner"; cf. úcar-. The form úlcarindor occurring in an older variant of the text in question seems abnormal, since Quenya rarely has a long vowel in front of a consonant cluster (VT43:33)

Valarauco

demon of might

Valarauco ("k") noun "Demon of Might" (here vala- assumes its basic meaning "power, might"), Sindarin balrog(WJ:415). Pl. Valaraucar (sic, not -or) "Balrogs", apparently containing rauca (q.v.) as an alternative form of rauco "demon" (SA:val-, SA:rauco). Earlier forms from the "Qenya Lexicon" are Valcaraucë, Malcaraucë (q.v.), apparently abandoned in LotR-style Quenya.

Sindarin iT2#7T5

-or

ending referring to persons or animals used after n

pl1. -yr suff. masc. ending referring to persons or animals used after n. -on

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-or

suffix. agental suffix

[LotR/0081.4105-3] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(r)on

suffix. agental suffix

[PE17/170.0417-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Adûnaic

-ân

suffix. agental suffix

A suffix that is used in some examples for agental-formation: creating nouns from verbs that indicate the agent who performs the verb’s action. The clearest example is sapthân “wise man” derived (after some ancient sound modifications) from saphad- “to understand”. This formation means “one who understands”. Less clear examples are magân “wright, builder”, perhaps from a verb mag- “to build”, and kathuphazgân “conquerer”, perhaps a combined of katha “all” and a verb ?phazag- “to take”, meaning “*one who takes all”.

It is not clear how this suffix related to the similar participle suffix -ân¹ used for form adjectives from verbs. See the entry on participle for further discussion. Andreas Moehn suggested (EotAL/TAN) that -ân as an agental formation may be related to anâ “human being”.

[SD/429.15073] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

-or

suffix. agental suffix

[Ety/MAK.034-2; Ety/ÑGOL.035-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(r)on

suffix. agental suffix

[Ety/BAD.014-2; Ety/BARÁD.049-2; Ety/KHAT.008-2; Ety/MEL.035-2; Ety/MEL.041-2; EtyAC/MAK.143-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Primitive elvish

-ndo

verb. agental suffix

Primitive adûnaic

-ān

suffix. agental suffix

An apparent primitive form of the Classical Adûnaic agental suffix -ân², attested in the Primitive Adûnaic word saphdān = SAPHAD + -ān (SD/421).

[SD/421.33041] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya zR5Ì#

-mo

suffix. agental suffix

-ro

suffix. agental suffix

-mo

suffix. agental suffix

[QL/052.1601-2; QL/058.7001-2; QL/078.3201-2; QL/100.1501-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Old Noldorin

-ro

prefix. agental suffix

[Ety/LED.031-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Middle Primitive Elvish

-ndo

verb. agental suffix

Gnomish

curdhweg

noun. sinner, sinner [m.]

[GL/28.1001; GL/28.1101; GL/28.1103] Group: Eldamo. Published by

curdhwin

noun. sinner, sinner [f.]

[GL/28.1002; GL/28.1102; GL/28.1104] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-or

suffix. agental suffix

[GL/18.7801-2; GL/31.6101-2; GL/33.7301-2; GL/34.6201-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(r)on

suffix. agental suffix

[GL/18.7501-2; GL/21.2301-2; GL/22.2801-2; GL/24.1701-2; GL/28.8701-2; GL/36.5703-2; GL/36.6701-2; GL/36.8501-2; GL/41.3501-2; GL/42.3601-2; GL/44.1701-2; GL/47.1401-2; GL/49.4201-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Early Noldorin

-og

suffix. agental suffix

[GL/34.4801-2; GL/43.0501-2; GL/47.1001-2; PE13/109.0102-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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