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Eru

the one

Eru divine name "the One" = God (VT43:32, VT44:16-17), "the One God" (Letters:387), a name reserved for the most solemn occasions (WJ:402). Often in the combination Eru Ilúvatar, "Eru Allfather" (cf. MR:112). Genitive Eruo (MR:329, VT43:28/32), dative Erun (VT44:32, 34). The adjectival form Eruva "divine" (Eruva lissëo "of divine grace", VT44:18) would be identical to the form appearing in the possessive case. Compound nouns: Eruhantalë "Thanksgiving to Eru", a Númenórean festival (UT:166, 436), Eruhin pl. Eruhíni "Children of Eru", Elves and Men (WJ:403; SA:híni, cf. _Eruhîn _in Letters:345), Eruion *"son of God" (or "God the Son"?) (VT44:16), Erukyermë "Prayer to Eru", a Númenórean festival (UT:166, 436), Erulaitalë "Praise of Eru", a Númenórean festival (UT:166, 436), Eruamillë "Mother of God" (in Tolkien's translation of the Hail Mary, VT43:32, see also VT44:7), Eruontari, Eruontarië other translations of "Mother (Begetter) of God" (VT44:7, 18), Erusén "the children of God" (RGEO:74; this is a strange form with no plural ending; contrast the synonym Eruhíni.) #Eruanna and #erulissë, various terms for "grace", literally "God-gift" and "God-sweetness", respectively (VT43:29; these words are attested in the genitive and instrumental case, respectively: Eruanno, erulissenen).

eru

noun. God, The One, The One God, The One, God, The One, He that is Alone
Quenya [Let/190.4209; Let/194.3801; Let/204.1303; Let/387.1908; LotRI/One.003; LRI/Eru.001; LT1I/Eru.001; MR/329.3409; MR/330.1308; MRI/Eru.001; PE17/075.0407; PE21/83.0810; PE22/147.2301; PE22/158.3007; PE22/165.1409; PMI/Eru.001; S/025.0504; SA/er.014; SI/Eru.001; SMI/Eru.001; UT/215.1702-1; UT/305.1603; UT/317.1806; UTI/Eru.001; VT43/32.2101; VT44/07.3505; VT44/17.3501; VT44/34.3301; VT44/34.3504; WJ/402.3201; WJI/Eru.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Eruva

eruva

Eruva, see Eru

Enu

the almighty creator who dwells without the world

Enu masc. name, "the Almighty Creator who dwells without the world" (LT2:343 - in Tolkien's later Quenya, the divine name appears as Eru instead)

nëa

once, at one time

nëa (1) "once, at one time" (in the past) (VT49:31). Also néya.

Aino

god

Aino noun "god", within Tolkien's mythos a synonym of Ainu (but since Aino is basically only a personalized form of aina "holy", hence "holy one", it could be used as a general word for "god") (PE15:72)

* aino

noun. god
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