Quenya zR5Ì#

Harmen

south

[Harmen] noun "south" (MEN)(Changed to hyarmen.)

Hyarastorni

south

Hyarastorni place-name, region in Númenor, apparently including hyar- "south" and perhaps orni "trees" (UT:210)

hyarmen

south

hyarmen, Hyarmen noun "south" (SA, SA:men, KHYAR), literally "lefthand-direction" (VT49:12), since the Elves named the directions as they were to a person facing the Blessed Realm in the West Also name of tengwa #33 (Appendix E). In Hyarmendacil masc.name, "South-victor" (Appendix A), apparently also in the place-name Hyarmentir (name of a mountain; the element -tir means *"watch[ing point]".) (SA) Hyarnustar "the Southwestlands" of Númenor; Hyarrostar the "Southeastlands" (UT:165)

Sindarin iT2#7T5

harn

adjective. south, south, southern, southern

[PE17/018.3810; PE17/018.3811; SA/hyarmen.007; SA/hyarmen.008; WJI/Taur-na-Chardhîn.003] Group: Eldamo. Published by

harad

noun. south

[Ety/365, S/432, LotR/E] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

harad

adjective. south

_adj. _south, southern. Q. hyarmen, hyarna. har-

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harad

noun. south

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harad

south

1) (”the South” as an area) Harad (i Charad, o Charad, 2) hâr (i châr, o châr, construct har) (also = ”left”). 3) The word Harven (i Charven, o Charven) may refer primarily to ”south” as a direction; the final element -ven means ”way”. (VT45:23). Adj.

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

harad

noun. south

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harad

noun. south

[Ety/KHYAR.022; EtyAC/KHYAR.044] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Qenya zR5Ì#

sahóra

place name. South, the South

Name for “the South” in the Qenya Lexicon and Poetic and Mythological Words of Eldarissa from the 1910s (QL/81; PME/81), where it appeared under the root ᴱ√SAH(Y)A “be hot” derived from the primitive form ᴱ✶saχ+þōra (QL/81). In the contemporaneous Qenyaqesta, however its primitive form was revised from ᴱ✶þaχþōđa >> ᴱ✶saχsōđa (PE12/18), and ᴱ✶saχ-sōđa was given the gloss “house of fire”.

The primitive forms ᴱ✶þōra, ᴱ✶þōđa and ᴱ✶sōđa would all produce ᴱQ. sóra. The closest equivalent is ᴱQ. sóra¹ “seat”, but that word was derived from the root ᴱ√ÐORO “sit” (QL/85). It is unclear whether Tolkien intended any relationship between the two, but SOŘO (= *SOÐO) did appear as a rejected variant of this root (QL/86), hinting that such a relationship is at least a possibility.

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