Quenya zR5Ì#

apairë

victory

apairë noun "victory" (GL:17)

-ndacil

suffix. -victor, -slayer

Element in: Q. Hyarmendacil, Q. Rómendacil, Q. Umbardacil

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Adûnaic

kathuphazgân

noun. conqueror

A noun translated “conqueror” (SD/429), apparently a compound whose first element seems to be the objective form of katha “all”. The final element is likely the agental suffix -ân also attested in magân and sapthân. If so, the middle element is probably a verb, perhaps a triconsonantal verb *phazag-, though it could be a derived verb *phazgâ-.

Elements

WordGlossSource
kathu-SD/429.15071
phazag-to ruleSD/429.15072
-ânagental suffixSD/429.15073

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
kathuphazgānunsubjectiveconquerorSD/429.1507

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Qenya zR5Ì#

vaqie

noun. victory

Elements

WordGlossSource
vaqa-vanquishQL/100.0801
-ieabstract nounQL/100.1001-2

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apaire

noun. victory, conquest, reduction

[GL/17.2604; PME/034.2903; QL/034.2501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

abair

noun. victory

Variations of the word: abair, abir.

Elements

WordGlossSource
a-a-²-
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