Quenya zR5Ì#

-tar 0

king

-tar or tar-, element meaning "king" or "queen" in compounds and names (TĀ/TA3), e.g. Valatar; compare the independent nouns tár, tári. Prefix Tar- especially in the names of the Kings and Queens of Númenor (e.g. Tar-Amandil); see their individual names (like Amandil in this case), cf. also Tar-Mairon "King Excellent", title used by Sauron (PE17:183). Also in Tareldar "High-elves"; see also Tarmenel.

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-tar 0

suffix. honorific

Also glossed as “singular honorific”, “plural honorific”, “dual honorific”, “second person singular honorific”, “second person plural honorific”, “second person dual honorific”, “second person singular possessive honorific”, “second person plural possessive honorific”, “second person dual possessive honorific”, “2nd person singular possessive”, “2nd person plural possessive”.
Variations of the word: tar.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
-táriongenitive plural-PE17/058.0901
-tárogenitive-PE17/058.0813
-táruogenitive dual-PE17/058.0902

[PE17/057.3403; PE17/057.3303; PE17/057.3402; PE17/057.3201; PE17/057.3301; PE17/057.3302; PE17/057.3401; PE17/057.3102; PE17/057.3103; PE17/058.1511; PE17/057.3101; PE17/132.1607; PE17/058.0901; PE17/132.1007; PE17/058.0813; PE17/058.0902] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aran 0

king

aran noun "king"; pl. arani (WJ:369, VT45:16, PE17:186); gen.pl. aranion "of kings" in asëa aranion, q.v.; aranya "my king" (aran + nya) (UT:193). Aran Meletyalda "king your mighty" = "your majesty" (WJ:369); aran Ondórëo, "a king of Gondor" (VT49:27). Also in arandil "king's friend, royalist", arandur "king's servant, minister" (Letters:386); Arantar masc. name, "King-Lord" (Appendix A); Arandor "Kingsland" region in Númenor (UT:165); the long form Arandórë appears as a name of Arnor in PE17:28 (elsewhere Arnanórë, q.v.) Othercompounds ingaran, Noldóran, Núaran, q.v.

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aran 0

noun. king

Also glossed as “King”.
Variations of the word: Aran.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
aranipluralkingsWJ/369.1109; WJ/369.1113
araniongenitive pluralof the KingsLotR/0864.4201; LotRI/Asëa aranion.002; PE17/049.0712; PE17/100.1603
aranya1st-sg-poss-UT/193.3202

Element in: Q. arandil, Q. arandur, Q. aranel, Q. aranië, Q. Aranórë, Q. Arantar, Q. aranus(së), Q. Aranwë, Q. Ciriáran, Q. ingaran, Q. Noldóran

[PE17/186.1301; VT49/27.3909; PE22/158.0606; PE17/118.4311; PE17/147.4001; WJ/369.1608; WJ/369.1703; WJ/369.3702; MR/121.1306; PE17/147.1805; WJ/369.1109; WJ/369.1113; PE17/100.1603; PE17/049.0712; LotRI/Asëa aranion.002; LotR/0864.4201; UT/193.3202; WJ/369.1109|WJ/369.1113; LotR/0864.4201|LotRI/Asëa aranion.002|PE17/049.0712|PE17/100.1603] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aranus(së) 0

noun. kingship

Elements

WordGlossSource
aranking-
-ssëabstract noun-

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haran 0

king, chieftain

haran (#harn-, as in pl. harni) noun "king, chieftain" (3AR, TĀ/TA3, VT45:17; for "king", the word aran is to be preferred in LotR-style Quenya). In a deleted entry in the Etymologies, haran was glossed "chief" (VT45:17)

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haran 0

noun. king

Also glossed as “chieftain”, “lord or king of a specified region”.

tár 0

king

tár noun "king" (only used of the legitimate kings of whole tribes); the pl. tári "kings" must not be confused with the sg. tári "queen" (TĀ/TA3). Prefix tar-, compare -tar above. The normal Quenya word for "king" is aran, but compare Tarumbar.

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taran 0

king

taran (1) noun "king", possibly ephemeral variant of aran, q.v. (PE17:186)

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túr 0

king

túr, tur noun "king" (PE16:138, LT1:260); rather aran in LotR-style Quenya, but cf. the verb tur-. Also compare the final element -tur, -ntur "lord" in names like Axantur, Falastur, Fëanturi, Vëantur (q.v.)

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vardar 0

king

vardar noun "king" (LT1:273; rather aran in LotR-style Quenya)

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Sindarin iT2#7T5

-dor 0

suffix. king

Also glossed as “lord”.
[properly the suffix is -tor, but it always undergoes soft-mutation to -dor]
Variations of the word: -dor.

Elements

WordGlossSource
taurking (of a whole tribe)-

Element in: S. Arador, S. bardor, S. Celebrindor, S. Findor, S. Galador, S. Galdor, S. Gildor, S. Meneldor, S. Orchaldor, S. Thorondor, S. Uldor

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ar- 0

prefix. king

pref. king. ara-, Arathorn

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:113] < S. _aran_. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

ara 0

noun. king

_ n. _king. 

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:147] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

Ara- 0

prefix. king

pref. king. ar-, Arathorn

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:113] < S. _aran_. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

aran 0

noun. king (used of a lord or king of a specified region)

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aran 0

noun. king

Also glossed as “lord”, “chief”, “Lord”, “king/chief”.
Variations of the word: aran.

Elements

WordGlossSource
arn(a)-kingSA/ar(a).001

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
erainplural-PE17/040.1902; PE17/111.1505
ErainpluralkingsSA/ar(a).038

Element in: S. Aranarth, S. Aranel, S. Aranrúth, S. Aranuir, S. Araphant, S. Araphor, S. Arathorn, S. arnad, S. aranarth, S. Ereinion, S. Fornost Erain

[PE17/147.1808; Let/426.1911; SA/ar(a).038; PE17/147.4013; PE17/147.1812; SD/128.3706; PE17/113.0306; PE17/113.4301; PE17/040.2001; PE17/040.1902; PE17/111.1505; SD/129.0808; PM/358.1804; LotR/0305.0409; PE17/111.1502; PE17/040.1910; SA/ar(a).057; PE17/040.1902|PE17/111.1505] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aran 0

king

1) (king of a region) aran (pl. erain). Coll. pl. aranath. Also †âr with stem-form aran- (also with pl. erain; the longer form aran may be a back-formation from this plural). 2) (king of a people)taur (i daur, o thaur) (said in LR:389 s.v. _T_Ā to refer to ”legitimate kings of the whole tribes”), pl. toer (i thoer), coll. pl. torath.

Adûnaic

ar- 0

prefix. king or queen

Also glossed as “prefix for names of Kings”, “king”, “King”.
A prefix appearing before the Adûnaic names of kings and queens, the equivalent of Q. Tar- “High” (SA/ar(a)). It is most likely either a prefixal form of Ad. ârû “king” or derived from the same root. Conceptual Development: This prefix was introduced in the earliest versions of Adûnaic from the 1940s (SD/311, SD/248), and survived in the later Adûnaic names of The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion.

Elements

WordGlossSource
ârûking-

Element in: AD. Arminalêth

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ârû 0

noun. king

A noun translated as “king” (SD/429). The Adûnaic word for “queen” is not attested, but could be a feminized form of this word, such as *ârî.

Element in: AD. Ar-, AD. Arûn

Khuzdûl

durin 0

masculine name. king

Variations of the word: Durin.

[LotR/0305.0408; LotRI/Durin.001; PE17/040.0703; PM/304.1601; PMI/Durin.001; RSI/Durin.001; SDI1/Durin.001; SI/Durin.001; TI/182.1702; TII/Durin.001; UTI/Durin.001; WJI/Durin.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

-dor 0

suffix. king

Also glossed as “lord”.
Variations of the word: -dor.

Elements

WordGlossSource
taur-Ety/TĀ.016

Element in: N. Hundor, N. Baldor, N. Galador, N. Gildor, N. Meneldor, N. Thorondor, N. Uldor

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âr 0

noun. king (used of a lord or king of a specified region)

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aran 0

noun. king (used of a lord or king of a specified region)

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aran 0

noun. king

Also glossed as “lord (of a specific region)”, “lord or king of a specified region”, “King”, “lord”.
Variations of the word: âr.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
erainplural-Ety/ƷAR.047; EtyAC/ƷARA.012

Element in: N. Arafain, N. Aran Chithlum, N. Aran Dinnu, N. Aramir, N. Sern Aranath, N. Galdaran

[Ety/TĀ.096; Ety/ƷAR.047; Ety/TĀ.095; EtyAC/ƷARA.012; PE22/033.1215; Ety/THIN.048-1; TI/182.1703; Ety/ƷAR.050; EtyAC/ƷARA.013; Ety/ƷAR.047|EtyAC/ƷARA.012] Group: Eldamo. Published by

taur 0

noun. king (only used of the legitimate kings of whole tribes)

In LotR/IV:IV, Frodo is called Daur, which might be the mutated form of this word

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Westron

tûrac 0

noun. king

Variations of the word: tūran.

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Qenya zR5Ì#

aran 0

noun. king

Variations of the word: aran.

Element in: MQ. aranaite, MQ. Nuaran

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haran 0

noun. king

Also glossed as “chieftain”, “lord or king of a specified region”, “chief”.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
harniplural-Ety/ƷAR.033; EtyAC/ƷARA.007

[Ety/ƷAR.033; Ety/TĀ.098; EtyAC/ƷARA.007; Ety/ƷAR.035; EtyAC/ƷARA.009; Ety/ƷAR.033|EtyAC/ƷARA.007] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tár 0

noun. king

Variations of the word: tār.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
táriplural-Ety/TĀ.119

Element in: MQ. tar-

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tur 0

noun. king

Variations of the word: -tur, túr.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
tûr-stem-QL/096.1001

Element in: EQ. turinqi, EQ. Turondo

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túranu 0

noun. king

Elements

WordGlossSource
Tur-QL/096.1001
-numasculine suffixQL/095.8001-2

vardar 0

noun. king

Elements

WordGlossSource
vard-kingLT1A/Varda.009

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Doriathrin

tôr 0

noun. kings

Also glossed as “king”.
A noun for “king” derived from primitive ᴹ✶tārō, also appearing in its plural form tórin (Ety/TĀ, BAL). Tolkien said that it was “only used of the legitimate kings of whole tribes”, though apparently it also survived in compounds like Torthurnion “King of Eagles” (Ety/THOR) and Balthor “Vala-king” (Ety/BAL). It is an example of how [[ā] became [ō]](/w/[ā], [ǭ] became [ō]) in Ilkorin, as noted by Helge Fauskanger (AL-Ilkorin/tôr).
Variations of the word: Tor, tórin.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
tōrinpluralkingsEty/BAL.088

Element in: ILK. Balthor, ILK. Thorntor, ILK. tóril, ILK. Tor Thingol, ILK. Torthurnion, ILK. Tor Tinduma

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Old Noldorin

aran 0

noun. king

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Middle Primitive Elvish

tārō 0

noun. king

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Gnomish

bridhon 0

noun. king

Also glossed as “prince”, “(King) prince”.
Variations of the word: bridhon.

Elements

WordGlossSource
VṚÐṚVṚÐṚ-
-(r)onagental suffix-

Element in: G. Bridhon Miaugion

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tûr 0

noun. king

Variations of the word: Tur.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Turiongenitive plural-GG/15.3404

Element in: G. turioth

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Early Noldorin

tîr 0

noun. king

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
tiriantplural-PE13/154.4801
tirinplural-PE13/154.4801

Element in: EN. balthir

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