Quenya zR5Ì#

-ssë

suffix. inessive/adessive, locative ending

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-ssë

he loves himself

-ssë (2), 3rd person sg. reflexive ending, melissë "he loves himself", possibly also quernessë *"he turned (himself)" (VT49:20-21). Compare -ttë #2. The ending -ssë* seems prone to confusion with the locative ending; an alternative wording would be the analytical construction melis immo with a separate reflexive pronoun. Tolkien himself changed quernessë to quernes immo **(VT49:20-21).

-ssë

suffix. himself, *herself, itself

[VT49/20.4313] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ssë

at

-ssë (1) locative ending (compare the preposition se, "at", q.v.); in Lóriendessë, lúmessë, máriessë, yalúmessë (q.v. for reference); pl. -ssen in yassen, lúmissen, mahalmassen, símaryassen, tarmenissen, q.v. Pronouns take the simple ending -ssë, even if the pronoun is plural by its meaning (messë "on us", VT44:12). The part. pl. (-lissë or -lissen) and dual (-tsë) locative endings are known from the Plotz letter only.

-ssë

respective

-s (2) ending for the mysterious case sometimes called "respective", actually probably a shorter variant of the locative in -ssë. Pl. -is, dual -tes, partitive pl. -lis.

-ssë

-ssë

-ssë (3) possible longer form of the 3rd person ending -s; see -s #1. Such an ending probably could not coexist with -ssë #2 above. In one source, Tolkien first queried, then deleted this ending (VT49:49).

-ssë⁴

suffix. he, she, it

-tsë

-tsë

-tsë, dual locative ending (Plotz); see -ssë

-s

suffix. 3rd person objective singular, 3rd person singular, he, she, it, him, her, it

[PE17/057.2501; PE17/057.2601; PE17/075.1801; PE17/075.4003; PE17/110.3408; PE17/190.2804; PE22/161.2710; VT49/16.3801; VT49/28.4103; VT49/48.3603; VT49/51.2702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

se

at, in

se (2), also long , preposition "at, in" (VT43:30; compare the "locative prefix" se- possibly occurring in an early "Qenya" text, VT27:25)

-is

respective

-is ending for the plural form of an unidentified case, by some called "respective" or "short locative" (Plotz)

-ië

suffix. abstract noun, adverb

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-iel

suffix. feminine suffix, -daughter

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-ttë

they love themselves

-ttë (2), 3rd person pl. reflexive ending, as in melittë "they love themselves" (VT49:21). This ending can hardly coexist with #1 above; an alternative wording would be the analytical construction *meliltë intë. Compare -ssë #2.

ye

preposition. at

-ssë

suffix. abstract noun

[VT49/30.2910] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-më

suffix. abstract noun

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

-rë

suffix. abstract noun

Sindarin iT2#7T5

-iel

suffix. feminine suffix, daughter

[PE17/023.2507; PE17/049.3206-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(r)il

suffix. feminine suffix

[SA/heru.012-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

na

preposition. at

prep. at (a point of time or place). Ai na vedui Dúnadan. Mae g'ovannen. 'Ah! At last, Dúnadan ! Well met !'.

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na

at

na (followed by lenition), with article nan (followed by ”mixed mutation”, according to David Salos reconstruction). The preposition has various meanings: ”with, by, near” and also ”to, toward, at; of”

-as

suffix. abstract noun

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

Adûnaic

-zê

preposition. at

A prepositional suffix translated “at” (SD/429), but not appearing in any example sentences. It is perhaps a later repurposing of the draft-dative case suffix -s, since the other draft-cases became prepositional suffixes in later versions of the Adûnaic grammar: draft genitive versus later preposition “from”, draft instrumental -ma versus later preposition -mâ “with”.

[SD/429.0706] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-êth

suffix. feminine suffix

A feminine suffix appearing in several names, as suggested by Carl Hostetter and Patrick Wynn (AAD/11). On SD/427, Tolkien said that the affix -th was often found in feminine forms.

suffix. feminine suffix

A suffix used to form feminine nouns from common or masculine nouns (SD/435). Another common variant was (SD/438).

[SD/435.0504] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

-iel

suffix. feminine suffix, daughter

[Ety/PHIR.051-2; Ety/YEL.007; Ety/YEL.058; EtyAC/YEL.065] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(r)il

suffix. feminine suffix

[Ety/BARÁD.051-1; Ety/BERÉTH.058-1; Ety/MEL.042-1; Ety/SLIG.014-1] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-as

suffix. abstract noun

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Primitive elvish

preposition. at

[VT43/30.1209] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-lē

suffix. abstract noun, adverb

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

-iel

suffix. feminine suffix

[MR/388.2908] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(a)rē

suffix. abstract noun

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

adverb. at

Primitive adûnaic

-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).

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Qenya zR5Ì#

-sse

suffix. locative ending

-sse

suffix. at, in, by, inessive, inessive suffix

[PE14/046.0801; PE14/047.0105; PE14/047.0207; PE14/047.0212; PE14/047.1006; PE14/078.0301; PE14/078.0306; PE14/078.1012; PE14/078.1401; PE14/078.1402; PE14/078.1406; PE14/078.1407; PE14/078.3110; PE14/078.3112; QL/056.7305] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ie

suffix. abstract noun

-ie

suffix. abstract noun

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

-le

suffix. abstract noun

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

-le

suffix. abstract noun

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ye

preposition. at

[PE21/27.0903] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-sse

suffix. feminine suffix

[QL/040.5001-2; QL/055.8501-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-sse

suffix. abstract noun

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

-sse

suffix. abstract noun

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

-me

suffix. abstract noun

-me

suffix. abstract noun

[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

-si

suffix. feminine suffix

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-ni

suffix. feminine suffix

[QL/036.7201-2; QL/039.6001-2; QL/040.2701-2; QL/040.4602-2; QL/049.4501-2; QL/095.8601-2; QL/100.1902-2; QL/101.0901-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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. -sse² and N. -as, though Helge Fauskanger suggested instead that it is related to the locative suffix ᴹQ. -sse¹ (AL-Ilkorin/thalos).

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

-il

suffix. feminine suffix

Apparently a feminine suffix attested in the name Thuringwethil “(Woman of) Secret Shadow” (Ety/THUR) and the noun tóril “queen” (Ety/TĀ).

[Ety/TĀ.188-2; Ety/THUR.035-3] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Old Noldorin

-sse

suffix. abstract ending

[EtyAC/GAP.004-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-le

suffix. abstract ending

[Ety/SPIN.014-1] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Middle Primitive Elvish

adverb. at

[PE21/27.0808] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

ar

preposition. at, at, to, to, to, towards

[GL/19.9501; GL/19.9605; GL/34.8906; PE13/110.5101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-os

suffix. abstract noun

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

-iel

suffix. feminine suffix

[GL/45.8601-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-ri

suffix. abstract noun

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-oth

suffix. abstract noun

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