Quenya zR5Ì#

-e

suffix. plural of adjectives

[PE17/076.2112] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-da

suffix. product of an action

Element in: Q. carda, Q. cenda, Q. yulda

-ië

suffix. abstract noun, adverb

[LotR/1110.0401-4, PE17/013.2002, PE17/058.3101, ] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ië

suffix. adverb, abstract noun

Variations of the word: -ië, -ie.

Element in: Q. alatúlië, Q. Andúnië, Q. aquapahtië, Q. aranië, Q. Carnimírië, Q. coloitië, Q. enquië, Q. hísië, Q. látie, Q. laurië, Q. lintië, Q. londië, Q. márië, Q. mornië, Q. Nárië, Q. Neldië, Q. olass(i)ë, Q. sangië, Q. sarnië, Q. Sindanórië, Q. sindië, Q. tárië, Q. tengwestië, Q. túrindië, Q. Yavannië, Q. yávië, Q. yénië

[PE17/058.3101; PE17/058.3407; PE17/058.3701; PE17/059.0101; PE17/059.0901; LotR/1110.0401-4; PE17/058.4301] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-lë

suffix. adverb, abstract noun

Element in: Q. cendelë, Q. findelë, Q. findilë, Q. fintalë, Q. hantalë, Q. laitalë, Q. lambelë, Q. lindalë, Q. lumbulë, Q. maitalë, Q. máralë, Q. nurtalë, Q. oialë, Q. ontalë, Q. otsolë, Q. quellë, Q. quentalë, Q. sillë, Q. tallë, Q. tengwelë, Q. tumbalë, Q. wendelë, Q. yallë

[PE17/058.4304; PE17/074.0404; S/015.0101-4; VT39/16.0411] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-vë

suffix. abstract noun, adverbial suffix, adverb

Variations of the word: -ve.

Element in: Q. andavë, Q. coiv(i)ë, Q. cuivië, Q. ilúvë, Q. návë, Q. sívë

[PE17/074.1113; PE17/068.1610] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ëa

suffix. ordinal suffix

Variations of the word: -ea.

Element in: Q. attëa, Q. enquëa, Q. lempëa, Q. otsëa, Q. quainëa, Q. toldëa

[VT42/25.0804; VT42/26.2006] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ar-

prefix. by-, beside; outside; near, near, by, beside

Elements

WordGlossSource
ar(a)beside-

Element in: Q. Araman, Q. armaro, Q. artarindo, Q. Arvernien, Q. astarmo, Q. Arnen

[PE17/071.0904-1; PE17/169.2405; PE17/169.2603; VT42/17.2812] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ssë

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -sse.

Element in: Q. alanessë, Q. aranus(së), Q. carpassë, Q. celussë, Q. entulessë, Q. findessë, Q. incánussë, Q. Lótessë, Q. táris(së)

[VT49/30.2910] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-më

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -me.

Element in: Q. carmë, Q. felmë, Q. indómë, Q. normë, Q. Súlimë

[PE17/169.0213-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-rë

suffix. abstract noun

Element in: Q. Cormarë, Q. fanyarë

Sindarin iT2#7T5

-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

-as

suffix. abstract noun

Element in: S. cannas, S. certhas, S. fennas, S. galenas, S. iavas, S. ínias, S. innas, S. Lammas, S. lonnas, S. rammas, S. sennas

[LotR/1123.3607-2; RC/523.0710-3] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Adûnaic

-ôn

suffix. adjective or agental suffix

A suffix appearing only in the name Pharazôn “Golden” and possibly also in Zimrathôn. Since the element pharaz is elsewhere defined as “gold” (LotR/1114, SD/426), perhaps this suffix can be used to form adjectives from nouns in Adûnaic. Andreas Moehn suggested (EotAL/ZIM’R) it may instead be an agental suffix, a variant of -ân.

Element in: AD. Pharazôn, AD. Zimrathôn

-dâ-

suffix. verbal suffix

A possible causative verbal suffix in ugrudâ- “to overshadow”, as suggested by Carl Hostetter and Patrick Wynne (VSH/24). It may be related to Primitive Elvish causative suffix ✶-tā. Carl Hostetter and Patrick Wynne instead suggested (VSH/24) it may be related to the Adûnaic prepositional suffix -ada “to, toward”.

Element in: AD. ugrudâ-

-râ-

suffix. causative suffix

A possible element in the verb azgarâ- “to wage war”, perhaps a causative suffix, as suggested by Carl Hostetter and Patrick Wynne (VSH/24).

Element in: AD. azgarâ-

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

-as

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -os, -as.

Element in: N. oegas, N. bellas, N. bregolas, N. cevnas, N. gonathras, N. hannas, N. hobas, N. dannas, N. ínias, N. Lhammas, N. moeas, N. maenas, N. ovras, N. panas, N. pennas, N. ram(m)as, N. sarnas, N. thamas, N. tharas, N. thinnas, N. tobas

[Ety/AYAK.015-2; Ety/BEL.103-2; Ety/KHAN.030-2; Ety/MAƷ; MAG.025-2; Ety/MASAG.025-2; Ety/NAT.023-2; Ety/PAN.036-2; Ety/STAB.029-2; Ety/STAR.013-2; Ety/TOP.020-2; Ety/UB.022-2; EtyAC/KEM.012-2; Ety/ÁLAK.013-2; Ety/BOR.068-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Primitive elvish

-lē

suffix. abstract noun, adverb

[PE17/058.4305, VT39/16.0813] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-yē

suffix. abstract noun, adverb, verbal noun

Variations of the word: -(i)ı̯ē.

[PE17/058.4302; VT49/48.0509] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(a)lē

suffix. adverb, abstract noun

Variations of the word: -lē, ălē.

[PE22/138.0107; PE17/058.4305; PE22/138.0102; VT39/16.0813] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(a)rē

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: ărē.

[PE22/138.0108; PE22/138.0105] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive adûnaic

-k

suffix. masculine suffix

A (primitive?) masculine suffix used in the formation of (male) mîk “baby” from the root ✶Ad. √MIYI (SD/427). Tolkien stated that that k was one of the “favoured” masculine consonants (SD/427).

[SD/427.04061] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-th

suffix. feminine suffix

A (primitive?) feminine suffix used in the formation of mîth “baby girl” from the root ✶Ad. √MIYI (SD/427). Tolkien stated that that th was one of the “favoured” feminine consonants (SD/427).

[SD/427.0304] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya zR5Ì#

-ie

suffix. abstract noun

Element in: EQ. aiqie, EQ. anūvie, EQ. apantie, EQ. koivie, EQ. qívie, EQ. fairie, EQ. fandelúvie, EQ. kondorie, EQ. liltie, EQ. nyarie, EQ. oiwie, EQ. ordie, EQ. pantie, EQ. perendie, EQ. qeleksie, EQ. qolúvie, EQ. tárie, EQ. tulpie, EQ. tyalie, EQ. unqie, EQ. urupurnie, EQ. úsiéra, EQ. vaqie

[GL/29.1903-2; QL/093.5901-2; QL/078.3701-2; QL/076.7501-2; QL/075.8301-3; QL/073.4501-2; QL/072.7201-2; QL/071.6801-2; QL/070.7001-2; QL/098.2101-2; QL/068.5701-2; QL/049.6701-2; QL/048.6701-2; QL/048.4001-2; QL/038.6401-2; QL/037.7601-2; QL/034.4801-2; QL/031.7601-2; PE15/74.1303-2; QL/055.1801-2; QL/100.1001-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ie

suffix. abstract noun

Element in: MQ. Andúnie, MQ. Nárie, MQ. qelie, MQ. Tintánie, MQ. verie, MQ. voronwie, MQ. yénie, MQ. lúmie

-le

suffix. general action verbal suffix, abstract noun

Element in: MQ. aikale, MQ. ettele, MQ. farale, MQ. hortale, MQ. intyale, MQ. lindale, MQ. lirule, MQ. lúmeqentale, MQ. mankale, MQ. meryale, MQ. naikele, MQ. ñandele, MQ. qelle, MQ. qentale, MQ. tenkele, MQ. vestale

[PE22/110.2104; PE22/110.3805] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-le

suffix. abstract noun

Element in: EQ. aiqale, EQ. aistale, EQ. ettele, EQ. fatsale, EQ. imbile, EQ. inqile, EQ. isqale, EQ. kaitoile, EQ. kangale, EQ. kankale, EQ. kilinkele, EQ. kityale, EQ. lindele, EQ. lísele, EQ. vaktele, EQ. mantele, EQ. maptale, EQ. maqale, EQ. marmale, EQ. miqele, EQ. naikele, EQ. nyenyele, EQ. nektele, EQ. nessele, EQ. nostale, EQ. ondole, EQ. pampile, EQ. píqele, EQ. pumpole, EQ. qampale, EQ. qárele, EQ. qentele, EQ. qinqele, EQ. rendole, EQ. ristale, EQ. saikele, EQ. sinqele, EQ. siqile, EQ. sunqele, EQ. tarkele, EQ. tektele, EQ. tendile, EQ. tengwele, EQ. tintele, EQ. tiqile, EQ. tiutale, EQ. tókele, EQ. torqele, EQ. tunqele, EQ. túpele, EQ. vainole, EQ. vestale, EQ. víkele, EQ. wendele

[QL/029.5001-2; QL/076.5401-2; QL/077.1101-2; QL/077.7801-2; QL/079.6501-2; QL/080.4501-2; QL/082.5001-2; QL/083.7301-2; QL/084.1501-2; QL/087.3001-2; QL/090.6001-2; QL/091.6201-2; QL/091.7001-2; QL/092.6501-2; QL/092.8301-2; QL/093.3701-2; QL/093.8301-2; QL/094.0701-2; QL/094.6801-2; QL/094.7301-2; QL/095.7001-2; QL/099.4401-2; QL/100.4401-2; QL/101.1701-2; QL/076.4701-2; QL/101.2701-2; QL/075.7601-2; QL/072.3701-2; QL/034.0701-2; QL/036.7301-2; QL/037.5901-2; QL/041.6801-2; QL/042.5201-2; QL/043.4201-2; QL/044.0601-2; QL/045.0501-2; QL/046.1301-2; QL/046.7701-2; QL/047.1502-2; QL/054.6701-2; QL/055.0601-2; QL/057.4901-2; QL/057.6401-2; QL/061.5401-2; QL/063.2101-2; QL/065.1501-2; QL/065.3501-2; QL/066.1301-2; QL/066.6701-2; QL/069.0801-2; QL/070.2801-2; QL/074.4501-2; QL/103.5501-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-we

suffix. masculine suffix

Elements

WordGlossSource
-PE21/01.3709

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

-ndo

suffix. masculine suffix

Element in: EQ. herendo

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

-sse

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -ssë.

Element in: MQ. kaimasse, MQ. eresse, MQ. hopasse, MQ. ninqisse, MQ. otornasse, MQ. valasse, MQ. varnasse, MQ. veasse, MQ. venesse, MQ. Víresse

[SM/206.0203-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-sse

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -sse.

Element in: EQ. eresse

[LT1A/Tári-Laisi.042-2; QL/085.4701-2; QL/084.5501-2; QL/084.1601-2; QL/075.1401-2; QL/053.4801-2; QL/052.6301-3; QL/048.7601-2; QL/041.2501-2; QL/041.2301-2; QL/037.1601-2; QL/036.0701-2; QL/029.5401-2; PE15/76.4603-2; PE15/69.0402-2; PE13/162.6903-2; QL/090.4601-2; QL/099.8101-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-me

suffix. abstract noun

Element in: MQ. melme

-me

suffix. abstract noun

Element in: EQ. allume, EQ. kelu(me), EQ. fenume, EQ. filume, EQ. kalume, EQ. palume, EQ. qelume

[QL/030.3001-2; QL/038.1401-2; QL/038.2901-2; QL/044.2101-2; QL/046.3201-2; QL/071.8101-2; QL/076.8001-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-nu

suffix. masculine suffix

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

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Doriathrin

-os

suffix. abstract ending

Apparently an abstract noun suffix appearing in the words Aros and thalos, perhaps of the same origin as the abstract endings ᴹQ. -sse and N. -as, though Helge Fauskanger suggested instead that it is related to the locative suffix ᴹQ. -sse (AL-Ilkorin/thalos).

Element in: ILK. Aros, ILK. thalos

[Ety/STAL.011-2; Ety/YAR.022-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-en

suffix. adjectival suffix

An adjectival suffix appearing as both -en and -in, and in one place as -on: Brithon. The -en form can be easily explained as a derivative of the primitive suffix ᴹ✶-inā, with the [primitive [i] becoming [e] due to Ilkorin a-affection](/w/short [i], [u] became [e], [o] preceding final [a]), the same origin as the Noldorin adjectival suffix -en. The -in variant is more difficult to explain. At least one example lómen had variations with both -en and -in, so perhaps the two forms represented vacillation on the function of Ilkorin a-affection, or an alternate primitive form ᴹ✶-ină where the final ă was lost before a-affection.

Alterately, -in could be a Doriathrin-specific variant, since the forms where it appears are all Doriathrin, while the forms where -en appear are marked Ilkorin, excepting only lómen which was itself revised from lómin.

Element in: ILK. losgen, ILK. muilin, ILK. ngorthin, ILK. brithon, ILK. Ermabuin, ILK. lómen, ILK. thúren

[Ety/LAM.020-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

-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

-os

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -os, -as, -ios.

Element in: G. crithos, G. doros

[GL/20.8105-2; GL/39.6301-2; GL/45.8401-2; GL/41.5501-2; GL/38.1701-2; GL/37.9101-2; GL/37.6501-2; GL/36.8301-2; GL/30.6601-2; GL/35.1501-2; GL/33.8501-2; GL/33.7801-2; GL/33.7001-2; GL/33.3501-2; GL/32.7901-2; GL/40.6201-2; GL/29.9201-2; GL/29.5001-2; GL/29.1101-2; GL/28.8801-3; GL/27.7001-2; GL/27.2601-2; GL/24.8701-2; GL/23.1701-2; GL/22.6201-2; GL/20.1201-2; GL/19.8003-2; GL/19.5801-2; GL/19.2801-2; GL/19.0701-2; GL/17.6701-2; GL/17.4901-2; GL/42.5601-2; GG/08.1803-2] 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

-oth

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -oth, -eth, -th, -ith.

Element in: G. anoth, G. daroth, G. faroth, G. guinoth, G. heloth, G. cweloth

[GL/21.2101-2; GL/23.9401-2; GL/32.9701-2; GL/36.7401-2; GL/44.4201-2; GL/44.8902-2; GL/47.0301-2; GL/45.5901-2; GL/47.0101-2; GL/19.5501-2; GL/28.5901-2; GL/29.2801-2; GL/34.2501-2; GL/43.0101-2; GL/48.7201-2; GL/43.8301-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ri

suffix. abstract noun

Variations of the word: -ri, -dri.

Element in: G. bagri, G. baithri, G. bedhri, G. cagri, G. cluimri, G. cuibri, G. cuilogri, G. cwanchri, G. cwedri, G. cwim(ri), G. cwithri, G. dodri, G. drabri, G. engri, G. faigri, G. fofri, G. fugri, G. gimri, G. glaimri, G. glamri, G. glimri, G. glumri, G. gochethri, G. godaithri, G. golaudri, G. gothri, G. gudhri, G. gumri, G. gwegri, G. hestri

[GL/47.6701-2; GL/21.1901-2; GL/44.8501-2; GL/43.3801-2; GL/42.8501-2; GL/42.0901-2; GL/41.1001-3; GL/40.7201-2; GL/40.6801-2; GL/40.3501-2; GL/39.8301-2; GL/39.3601-2; GL/39.2901-2; GL/38.9201-2; GL/36.2001-2; GL/35.8701-2; GL/32.9201-2; GL/30.7201-2; GL/30.2401-2; GL/29.0701-2; GL/28.8002-2; GL/28.5301-2; GL/28.2901-2; GL/27.6801-2; GL/27.6701-2; GL/26.4201-2; GL/24.7301-2; GL/22.3101-2; GL/21.3601-2; GL/33.4701-2; GL/49.0301-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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