Sindarin iT2#7T5

aphad-

verb. to follow

In WJ/387, the verbal stem is given as aphad-, and the etymology as *ap-pata. If we follow the latter, the verb should perhaps read aphada-

[WJ/387] ab-+pad- "to walk behind, on a track or path". Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

aphada

follow

aphada- (i aphada, in aphadar) (WJ:387)


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Primitive elvish

khil

root. follow; to follow behind

Also glossed as “follow”, “to follow behind”.

[PE17/018.4010; PE17/101.0906; PE17/157.1101; SA/khil.001; WJ/387.3201] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ndew

root. follow

Also glossed as “come behind”.

Middle Primitive Elvish

(n)dew

root. follow

Also glossed as “come behind”.
Variations of the word: NDEW.

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
NDEWstrengthenedfollowEtyAC/DEW.001

[EtyAC/DEW.001; Ety/NDEW.001; Ety/NDŪ.020; EtyAC/DEW.004; EtyAC/KHIL.005] Group: Eldamo. Published by

beuyā́-

verb. follow

Also glossed as “serve”.

[EtyAC/BEW.009; Ety/BEW.017] Group: Eldamo. Published by

bew

root. follow

Also glossed as “serve”.

[Ety/BEW.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

khil

root. follow

Variations of the word: KHIL.

Element in: MP. tāra-khil

[Ety/KHIL.001; Ety/TUR.094; EtyAC/TĀ.099] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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