-wë a suffix occurring in many personal names, generally but not exclusively masculine (Elenwë is the sole certain example of a fem. name with this ending); it is derived from a stem simply meaning "person" (PM:340, WJ:399). In Etym, -wë is simply defined as an element that is frequent in masculine names, and it is there derived from a stem (WEG) having to do with "(manly) vigour".
ennonoun. being, person
-o (2), also -ó, "a person, somebody", pronominal suffix (PM:340)
eopronoun. a person, somebody (unnamed), person
Word Gloss Source WĒ/EWE a person or being PM/340.2105 -ō̆ pronominal suffix PM/340.2502
quénnoun. person, individual, man or woman, one, somebody
Variations of the word: quen, -quen.
Word Form Gloss Source -quen suffix - WJ/407.2906 queni plural people, they WJ/372.1302; WJ/361.3103
nassëperson, an individual
nassë (1) "a person, an individual" (VT49:30). Also translated "true-being" (pl. nasser is attested), the inner "true" being of a person. With a pronominal suffix in the form nassentar "their true-being" (PE17:175, cf. -nta #2), in the source referring to the "true" spiritual nature of the Valar, as hidden within their visible shapes. The word nassentar would seem to be plural, *"their true-beings". Not to be confused with the verb nassë/násë "he/she is"; see ná #1.
námonoun. somebody (unnamed), person, a person
námo (2) noun "a person, somebody" (PM:340 writers may prefer the synonym quén to avoid confusion with # 1)