Telerin 1RjR7T5


suffix. future suffix

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suffix. future suffix

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Qenya zR5Ì#


suffix. future suffix, future ending

[VT48/32.1805; PE22/097.1508; PE22/097.1007] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Old Noldorin


suffix. future suffix

[PE22/097.0611] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Middle Telerin


suffix. future suffix, future

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suffix. noun or adjective suffix

Element in: G. baptha-, G. belectha-, G. beltha-, G. bentha-, G. biltha-, G. bractha-, G. braitha-, G. brantha-, G. cactha-, G. cailtha-, G. caitha-, G. caltha, G. caltha-, G. cantha, G. captha-, G. cartha-, G. cautha-, G. cautha-, G. cectha-, G. celeptha, G. curtha-, G. croctha-, G. cuctha, G. cuitha-, G. cwiptha-, G. dair(th)a-, G. daltha-, G. dantha-, G. dortha-, G. drintha-, G. dultha, G. dultha-, G. eltha, G. eltha-, G. entha, G. entha-, G. er(e)tha-, G. failtha-, G. fairtha-, G. faltha-, G. fartha-, G. fectha-, G. felectha-, G. feltha, G. feltha-, G. fintha, G. flantha-, G. foltha-, G. fôtha-, G. fuctha-, G. fuitha-, G. fuitha-, G. galtha-, G. gentha-, G. glantha-, G. gwailtha-, G. gwaltha, G. gwaltha-, G. gwectha-, G. gweltha-, G. gwiltha-, G. gwintha-, G. hautha-, G. heltha-, G. crectha-

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suffix. noun or adjective suffix

Element in: G. balc, G. brinc

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Early Noldorin


suffix. causative suffix


tha-causative suffixPE13/153.7201

Imported inflections

thogpresent masc-PE13/153.7602

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