Quenya zR5Ì#

-tur

suffix. lord, master, ruler, victor

Elements

WordGlossSource
turomaster-

Element in: Q. Axantur, Q. Ciryatur, Q. Falastur, Q. Fëanturi, Q. Malantur, Q. Minyatur, Q. Turambar, Q. Turondo, Q. Vëantur

[SA/tur.001-1] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-tar

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.

turo

noun. master, victor, lord

Element in: Q. Quettúri, Q. -tur

túr

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.)

turu-

master, defeat, have victory over

turu- (1) vb. "master, defeat, have victory over" (PE17:113, not clearly said to be Quenya, but the Q name Turucundo "Victory-prince" is listed immediately afterwards). Compare tur-; cf. also *turúna.

tár

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.

tár

noun. king

taran

king

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

aran

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.

aran

noun. king

Imported 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

haran

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)

haran

noun. lord or king of a specified region, chieftain, king

vardar

king

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

aranus(së)

noun. kingship

Elements

WordGlossSource
aranking-
-ssëabstract noun-

[PE17/155.2506] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Sindarin iT2#7T5

-dor

suffix. king, lord

[properly the suffix is -tor, but it always undergoes soft-mutation to -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

[Let/427.2801-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

herdir

noun. master

[i-Cherdir SD/129-31] hîr+dîr. Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

ar-

prefix. king

pref. king. ara-, Arathorn

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

ara

noun. king

_ n. _king. 

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

Ara-

prefix. king

pref. king. ar-, Arathorn

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

aran

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

[Ety/360, S/428, LotR/II:IV, LotR/VI:VII, SD/129-] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

aran

noun. king, king/chief, chief, lord

Elements

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

Imported 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

hîr

noun. master, lord

[Ety/364, S/432, SD/129-31, Letters/382, LB/354, ] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

herdir

master

(noun) 1) herdir (i cherdir), no distinct pl. form, not even with article (i cherdir). Possibly used = ”Mr.” (i cherdir Perhael ”the Master Samwise” or *”Mr. Samwise”). (SD:128-31). Coll. pl. ?herdiriath. 2) heron (i cheron, o cheron) (lord), pl. heryn (i cheryn), coll. pl. heronnath. (VT45:22)._ Since the pl. heryn clashes with the fem. sg. heryn ”lady”, other words for ”lord, master” may be preferred. 3) hîr (i chîr, o chîr; also hir-, her- at the beginning of compounds) (lord), no distinct pl. form even with article (i chîr). (Letters:282, 386; VT41:9)_ 4) (also used = ”mastery”) tûr (i dûr, o thûr, construct tur) (victory, power, control; victor, lord), pl. tuir (i thuir), coll. pl. túrath

herdir

noun. master

Elements

WordGlossSource
hîrlord-
dîrman-

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Cherdirsoft-mutationmasterSD/129.0407

[SD/129.0407] Group: Eldamo. Published by

orthor

master

(vb.) orthor (i orthor, in ertherir for archaic in örtherir) (conquer)

aran

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.

Khuzdûl

durin

masculine name. king

[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

Adûnaic

ar-

prefix. king or queen, prefix for names of kings, 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

[SD/248.3713; SA/ar(a).066; SD/428.3902; SD/429.1403; SD/435.27081] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ârû

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

[SD/429.3302] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

taur

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

[Ety/389, Ety/395] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

-dor

suffix. lord, king

Elements

WordGlossSource
taur-Ety/TĀ.016

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

[Ety/KHŌ-N.009-2; Ety/TĀ.037; Ety/THOR.049-2; Ety/ÚLUG.033-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

heron

noun. master

[VT/45:22] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

hîr

noun. lord, master

Element in: N. Dunhirion, N. Barahir, N. Galathir, N. Gwaihir, N. heron, N. herven(n), N. hervess, N. hiril, N. Rohiroth, N. Rohirwaith

[Ety/KHER.019; EtyAC/KHER.017; TI/249.2403] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aran

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

[Ety/360, S/428, LotR/II:IV, LotR/VI:VII, SD/129-] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

aran

noun. lord (of a specific region), king, lord, lord or king of a specified region

Variations of the word: âr.

Imported 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

hîr

noun. master, lord

[Ety/364, S/432, SD/129-31, Letters/382, LB/354, ] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

âr

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

[Ety/389] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

orthor-

verb. to master, conquer

[Ety/395] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

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Primitive elvish

tūrō

suffix. victor, lord, master

ortur-

verb. master, conquer

tārō

noun. king

tār(ō)

noun. king

Westron

tûrac

noun. king

Variations of the word: tūran.

[PM/053.1004; PM/060.4405] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya zR5Ì#

-tur

suffix. master, lord, victor

Elements

WordGlossSource
turomaster, victor, lordEty/TUR.044

Element in: MQ. Fantur

[Ety/TUR.045] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tur

noun. king

Variations of the word: -tur, túr.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
tûr-stem-QL/096.1001

Element in: EQ. turinqi, EQ. Turondo

[LT1A/Meril-i-Turinqi.030; LT1A/Sorontur.018; QL/096.1001; PE13/154.4804; PE16/138.2201; QL/096.1002] Group: Eldamo. Published by

turo

noun. lord, victor, master

Element in: MQ. Turkil, MQ. -tur

[Ety/TUR.044] Group: Eldamo. Published by

túranu

noun. king

Elements

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

[QL/095.8001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tár

noun. king

Variations of the word: tār.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
táriplural-Ety/TĀ.119

Element in: MQ. tar-

[Ety/TĀ.119; LR/047.1906; Ety/TĀ.121] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aran

noun. king

Element in: MQ. aranaite, MQ. Nuaran

[PE22/106.2814; PE22/124.3201; PE22/125.3009] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aran

noun. king

Variations of the word: aran.

Element in: MQ. aranaite, MQ. Nuaran

[PE22/106.2814; PE22/124.3201; PE22/125.3009] Group: Eldamo. Published by

haran

noun. chieftain, chief, lord or king of a specified region, king

Imported 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

vardar

noun. king

Elements

WordGlossSource
vard-kingLT1A/Varda.009
-(a)rmasculine/agental suffixQL/102.4501-2

[LT1A/Varda.012; QL/102.4501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Doriathrin

tôr

noun. king

A noun for “king” derived from primitive ᴹ✶tār(ō), 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.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
tōrinpluralkingsEty/BAL.088

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

[Ety/THIN.041-1; Ety/THOR.052-1; Ety/TĀ.125; EtyAC/BAL.013; Ety/BAL.088] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Old Noldorin

khēro

noun. master

Variations of the word: khéro, hīro.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
ikhīrodefinitethe masterPE22/029.1105

[PE22/029.1015; PE22/029.1105; EtyAC/KHER.012; Ety/KHER.014] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aran

noun. king

[PE22/027.1206] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Middle Primitive Elvish

tūrō

suffix. master, lord, victor

[Ety/TĀ.046; Ety/TUR.040] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ortur-

verb. master, conquer

Elements

WordGlossSource
TURmaster, conquerEty/TUR.001

[EtyAC/TUR.010; Ety/TUR.067] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tārō

noun. king

[Ety/TĀ.043; Ety/TĀ.051] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tār(ō)

noun. king

Variations of the word: tā-ro.

[PE21/55.2103; PE21/55.2105; Ety/TĀ.043; Ety/TĀ.051] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

tûr

noun. king

Variations of the word: Tur.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Turiongenitive plural-GG/15.3404

Element in: G. turioth

[PE13/115.5001; GG/15.1306-1; GG/15.3404; GL/72.1301; LT1A/Meril-i-Turinqi.040; GG/15.3403-1] Group: Eldamo. Published by

gwir

noun. possessor, lord, master

[GL/43.0801] Group: Eldamo. Published by

bridhon

noun. (king) prince, prince, king

Elements

WordGlossSource
VṚÐṚVṚÐṚ-
-(r)onagental suffix-

Element in: G. Bridhon Miaugion

[GL/22.0605; GL/49.3606; LT2A/Hirilorn.012; LT2A/Tevildo.054; GL/24.1701] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Early Noldorin

tîr

noun. king

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
tiriantplural-PE13/154.4801
tirinplural-PE13/154.4801

Element in: EN. balthir

[PE13/155.4501-2; PE13/148.2204; PE13/154.4801; PE13/154.4807; PE13/154.4806] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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