Sindarin

-dor

suff. king, lord

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

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

-gon

suff. lord, prince

[PM/345.0910, PM/352.1501-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Ara-

pref. king

pref. king.

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

ar-

pref. king

pref. king.

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

ara

n. king

n. king. 

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

aran

n. king, lord, chief

[Let/426.1911, LotR/0305.0409, PE17/040.1902, PE17/040.1910, PE17/040.2001, PE17/111.1502, PE17/111.1505, PE17/113.0306, PE17/113.4301, PE17/147.1808, PE17/147.1812, PE17/147.4013, PM/358.1804, SA/ar(a).038, SA/ar(a).057, SD/128.3706, SD/129.0808] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aur

n. Poet

n. Poet. #sunlight, daylight. Q. aure.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:120] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

bereth

n/adj. queen, spouse; supreme, sublime

[PE17/023.0106, PE17/023.1705, RGEO/66.1206] Group: Eldamo. Published by

elein

Poet

pl2. eleniath, elenwaith n. Poet. star.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:139] < elenyā < elenā  < ELEN a star. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

ell

Poet

n. Poet. only applied to the Noldorin Exiles. A word borrowed from Quenya.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:140:152] < EL. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

elles

n. Poet

fem. n. Poet. only applied to the Noldorin Exiles. A word borrowed from Quenya.

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ellon

n. Poet

masc. n. Poet. only applied to the Noldorin Exiles. A word borrowed from Quenya.

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ennorath

n. Poet

pl2. n. Poet. 'Middle-earth', '(all) the Middle-lands', the group of central lands (between the seas). A poetic expression for the usual Ennor. o galadh-remmin ennorath lit. 'from tree-tangled middlelands'.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:20-1:25-6] < EN(ED) centre, middle+NDOR land. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

findel

Poet

n. Poet. head of hair (fax). Preserved mainly in such old names as Glorfindel 'Golden-hair'.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:17] < *spindilā. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

gorthad

n. barrow

[LotR/A(iii), PM/194] gorth+-sad "place of the dead". Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

herdir

n. master

[SD/129.0407] Group: Eldamo. Published by

hîr

n. lord, master

[LB/354.3102, Let/282.1702, Let/382.2711, PM/210.2402, SA/heru.007, SD/129.0103, UT/318.3808, VT41/09.2405, VT41/09.2805] Group: Eldamo. Published by

maw

n. Poet

n. Poet. hand. Q. .

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:162] < MAƷ serve, be of use. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

oron

Poet

pl1. œryn, eryn n. Poet. upstanding plant, general word for tree.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:153] -. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

orthor-

v. to master, conquer

rían

n. queen, (lit.) crowned-lady

[Let/423.2811-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

rîs

n. queen

sadar

Poet

pl1. sedair n. Poet. trusty follower, loyal companion (member of "comitatus" of a lord, or prince).

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:183] < *satarŏ < SAT|SATAR faithfull, trust, loyal; rely, steadfast, etc.. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

sadron

Poet

pl1. sedryn n. Poet. trusty follower, loyal companion (member of "comitatus" of a lord, or prince). Probably form of sadar with masc. suffix -on.

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taur

n. Poet

n.Bot. Poet. or Arch. #willow.

[(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:81] < tachaur < TASĀS. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

tortha-

v. to wield, control

túr

n. Poet

n.Bot. Poet. or Arch. #willow.

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tûr

n. master; mastery, victory

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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

hîr

lord

1) hîr (i chîr, o chîr; also hir-, her- at the beginning of compounds) (master), no distinct pl. form, not even with article (i chîr), coll. pl. híriath (Letters:282, 386; VT41:9); 2) heron (i cheron, o cheron) (master), pl. heryn (i cheryn), coll. pl. heronnath (VT45:22). Since the pl. heryn clashes with the fem. sg. heryn ”lady”, other words for ”lord” may be preferred. 3) brannon (i vrannon), pl. brennyn (i mrennyn), coll. pl. brannonnath; 4) tûr (i dûr, o thûr, construct tur) (mastery, power, control; master, victor), pl. tuir (i thuir), coll. pl. túrath.

tûr

mastery

tûr (i dûr, o thûr, construct tur) (victory, power, control; victor, lord), pl. tuir (i thuir), coll. pl. túrath

tûr

power

tûr (i dûr, o thûr, construct tur) (victory, mastery, control; master, victor, lord), pl. tuir (i thuir), coll. pl. túrath.

tûr

victor, victory

tûr (i dûr, o thûr, construct tur) (mastery, power, control; master, lord), pl. tuir (i thuir), coll. pl. túrath

tûr

master, mastery

tûr (i dûr, o thûr, construct tur) (victory, power, control; victor, lord), pl. tuir (i thuir), coll. pl. túrath

tûr

control

(noun) tûr (i dûr, o thûr, construct tur) (mastery, power; master, victor, lord), pl. tuir (i thuir), coll. pl. túrath

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. TĀ to refer to ”legitimate kings of the whole tribes”), pl. toer (i thoer), coll. pl. torath.

gorthad

barrow

1) gorthad (i ngorthad = i ñorthad, o ngorthad = o ñgorthad), pl. gerthaid (in gerthaid = i ñgerthaid). The literal meaning may be ”place of the dead”: gorth ”dead” + sâd, -had ”place”. Archaic pl. ”goerthaid” = görthaid (PM:194), 2) haudh (i chaudh, o chaudh) (burial mound, grave, tomb), pl. hoedh (i choedh), coll. pl. hodhath

matha

wield

1) matha- (i vatha, i mathar) (stroke, feel, handle), 2) maetha- (i vaetha, i maethar) (handle, manage, deal with). In Tolkiens earlier material, the verb maetha- meant ”fight”. 3) tortha- (i dortha, i thorthar) (control)

orthor

master

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

rîs

queen

1) rîs, no distinct pl. except with article preceding (idh rîs); coll. pl. ?rissath; 2) rían (”crown-gift”), pl. ríain (idh ríain); 3) bereth (i vereth) (spouse), pl. berith (i mberith), 4) ríen (crowned lady), pl. ?rîn (idh rîn). The adjective rîn ”crowned” may also be used as a noun ”crowned woman” = ”queen”, but with no distinct pl. form except when article precedes (idh rîn again); coll. pl. ríniath. Note: a homophone means ”remembrance”.

tortha

control

(verb) tortha- (i dortha, i thorthar) (wield)

Noldorin

Bala

n. Power, God

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Balane

n. Power, God (f.)

[Ety/BAL.076] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Balano

n. Power, God (m.)

[Ety/BAL.074] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aran

n. king

[PE22/027.1206] Group: Eldamo. Published by

khēro

n. master

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

tûr

n. mastery, victory

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

Quenya

tur-

wield, control, govern

tur- vb. "wield, control, govern" (1st pers. aorist turin "I wield" etc.), pa.t. turnë (TUR). The verb is elsewhere defined "master, conquer, win" (PE17:115), virtually the same meanings are elsewhere assigned to turu- #1, q.v.

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tur-

v. to master, conquer, dominate, win; to wield, control, govern

[PE17/115.2406, PE17/124.0803] Group: Eldamo. Published by

turinqui

queen

turinqui ("q") noun "queen" (LT1:260; apparently the fem. of tur. In Tolkien's later Quenya, "queen" is tári.)

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turnë

turnë

turnë pa.t. of tur-(TUR)

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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.

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turu-

v. to master, defeat, have victory over

[PE17/113.1804, S/223.3401, UT/138.2207] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-tur

suff. master, lord, ruler, victor

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

Malantur

lord, ruler

Malantur, masc. name. Apparently includes -(n)tur "lord, ruler". The initial element is unlikely to connect with the early "Qenya" element mala- "hurt, pain", and may rather reflect the root MALAT "gold" (PM:366): Malat-ntur > Malantur "Gold-ruler"? (UT:210)

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heru-

to rule

heru- vb. "to rule" (LT1:272; rather tur- in LotR-style Quenya)

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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.)

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túrë

mastery, victory

túrë noun "mastery, victory" (TUR), "strength, might" (QL:95), "power" (QL:96)

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vala-

to rule

vala- (2) vb. "to rule", only with reference to the Valar (see Vala). Future tense valuva is attested (WJ:404)

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-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.

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Vala

power, god, angelic power

Vala (1) noun "Power, God, angelic power", pl. Valar or Vali (BAL, Appendix E, LT2:348), described as "angelic governors" or "angelic guardians" (Letters:354, 407). The Valar are a group of immensely powerful spirits guarding the world on behalf of its Creator; they are sometimes called Gods (as when Valacirca, q.v., is translated "Sickle of the Gods"), but this is strictly wrong according to Christian terminology: the Valar were created beings. The noun vala is also the name of tengwa #22 (Appendix E). Genitive plural Valion "of the Valar" (FS, MR:18); this form shows the pl. Vali, (irregular) alternative to Valar (the straightforward gen. pl. Valaron is also attested, PE17:175). Pl. allative valannar *"to/on the Valar" (LR:47, 56; SD:246). Feminine form Valië (Silm), in Tolkiens earlier material also Valdë; his early writings also list Valon or Valmo (q.v.) as specifically masc. forms. The gender-specific forms are not obligatory; thus in PE17:22 Varda is called a Vala (not a Valië), likewise Yavanna in PE17:93. Vala is properly or originally a verb "has power" (sc. over the matter of , the universe), also used as a noun "a Power" (WJ:403). The verb vala- "rule, order", exclusively used with reference to the Valar, is only attested in the sentences á vala Manwë! "may Manwë order it!" and Valar valuvar "the will of the Valar will be done" (WJ:404). However, Tolkien did not originally intend the word Valar to signify "powers"; in his early conception it apparently meant "the happy ones", cf. valto, vald- (LT2:348). For various compounds including the word Vala(r), see below.

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aran

n. king

[LotR/0864.4201, LotRI/Asëa aranion.002, PE17/049.0712, PE17/100.1603, PE17/118.4311, PE17/147.1805, PE17/147.4001, PE17/186.1301, UT/193.3202, VT49/27.3909, WJ/369.1109, WJ/369.1113, WJ/369.1608, WJ/369.1703, WJ/369.3702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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.

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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)

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heru

lord, master

heru (also hér) noun "lord, master" (PM:210, KHER, LT1:272, VT44:12); Letters:283 gives hér (heru); the form Héru with a long vowel refers to God in the source where it appears (i Héru "the Lord", VT43:29). In names like Herumor *"Black Lord" and Herunúmen "Lord of the West" (SA:heru). The form heruion is evidently a gen.pl. of heru "lord": *"of the lords" (SD:290); herunúmen "Lord-of-West" (LR:47), title of Manwë. Pl. númeheruvi "Lords-of-West" (*"West-lords") in SD:246, a title of the Valar; does this form suggest that #heruvi is the regular plural of heru?

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heru

n. lord, master

[Let/282.1802, PE17/097.4213, PM/210.2202, SA/heru.001, SA/roch.022, VT41/09.2402, VT43/29.0802, VT44/12.3501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

hér

lord

hér noun "lord" (VT41:9), also heru, q.v.

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taran

king

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

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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.

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tári

n. queen

[LotR/0377.3403, PE17/067.2505, PE17/067.3202, PE17/076.2901, PE17/076.2913, PE17/076.2915, PM/363.4510, PM/364.0209, RGEO/58.1103, RGEO/59.0107, SA/tar.019, UT/179.1911, VT49/40.1211] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tári

queen

tári noun "queen", used especially of Varda (TĀ/TA3, LT1:264), etymologically "she that is high" (SA:tar). Dative tárin in the Elaine inscription (VT49:40), genitive tário in Namárië. Elentári "Starqueen", a title of Varda. (Nam, RGEO:67). Tarinya "my queen" (UT:179; sic, not *tárinya). Táris or tárissë "queenship" (PE17:155)

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túrë

n. mastery, victory

vardar

king

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

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varni

queen

varni noun "queen" (LT1:273; rather tári in Tolkien's later Quenya)

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Adûnaic

Avalô

n. Power, God

An Adûnaic noun translated as “God” or “Power” (SD/247, 305), the equivalent of (and possibly derived from) Q. Vala. It is probably pronounced [awalō], since the sound [w] in Adûnaic was sometime written “v” (SD/434). It frequently appeared in its plural or subjective plural forms Avalôi(m) “Powers, Gods”.
Conceptual Development: In early drafts of Adûnaic its plural was Avalâi with a long â instead of ô, perhaps indicating an earlier singular form Avalâ closer to Vala. Earlier still this word was given as plural Balāi, a more direct derivative of the Elvish root form ᴹ√BAL.

[SD/241.1006, SD/247.0801, SD/305.3702, SD/311.3604, SD/344.1707, SD/357.3408, SD/387.4001, SD/387.4003, SDI2/Avalâi.001, SDI2/Avalôi.001, SDI2/Avalôim.001, SDI2/Balâi.005] Group: Eldamo. Published by

khôr

n. lord

An element meaning “lord” appearing only in the name Adûnakhôr “Lord of the West”, though a similar form appears in the earlier names Kherû “Lord” and Mulkhêr “Lord of Darkness”. It isn’t clear whether this element is *akhôr or *khôr, but khôr resembles the Primitive Elvish root √KHER “rule, govern, possess”, to which it may be related.
This possible relationship has been suggested by various authors (/Adûnaic, /KHUR). Andreas Moehn rejected the relationship, pointing out that Primitive Elvish ✶khēru “lord” would have developed phonetically into Ad. **khîru (). However, khôr may be derived from some more ancient Avari loan word, which underwent different phonetic developments than those of the Eldarin languages, perhaps ✶kher- &gt; khar &gt; khaur &gt; Ad. khôr.

ârû

n. 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.

[SD/429.3302] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Khuzdûl

uzbad

n. lord

[PE17/047.2102] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Westron

tûrac

n. king

[PM/053.1004] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Primitive elvish

tūrē

n. mastery, victory

tūrō

suff. master, victor, lord

barathī

n. queen

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kherū

n. lord, master

[Let/282.1708, PE17/097.4209, VT41/09.2502] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tārī

n. queen

[PE17/067.2106] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tārō

n. king

¤kurwē

n. power, ability

[PE 22:151] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

árātō

n. lord

[PE17/118.4607] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Edain

dar

n. mastery, lordship

[WJ/309.2401] Group: Eldamo. Published by

gundu

n. lord

[PE17/113.1507] Group: Eldamo. Published by

tûr

n. barrow

[S/147.2303] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya

turinqi

n. queen

[LT1A/Meril-i-Turinqi.010, LT2I/Meril-i-Turinqi.011, PME/096.3104, QL/095.8101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

malko

n. lord, sir

[PME/062.1601, QL/062.0801, QL/062.0802] Group: Eldamo. Published by

túrani

n. queen

[QL/095.8601] Group: Eldamo. Published by

túranu

n. king

[QL/095.8001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

vardar

n. king

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

varni

n. queen

[LT1A/Varda.014, QL/087.8302, QL/102.4401] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Doriathrin

garon

n. lord

A Doriathrin noun for “lord” derived from the root ᴹ√ƷAR or possibly ᴹ√GAR (Ety/ƷAR), perhaps from a primitive form *✶ɣarān-. If so, the [[initial [ɣ] became [g]]], while the long [[[ā] became [ō]]] and then [[shortened to [o] in the final syllable of a polysyllable]].
Conceptual Development: An earlier version of this entry had Dor. garan, which likely had a short [a] in the second syllable which was preserved. Since it did not undergo the Ilkorin Syncope, the primitive form likely either had no final vowel or ended in a short [a], so the second [a] was in the final syllable, which seems to have prevented the syncope; this theory is supported by its Quenya cognate ᴹQ. haran.

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tóril

n. queen

A noun for “queen”, a combination of tôr “king” with the feminine suffix -il, though according to Tolkien it was used only as a title for Melian (Ety/TĀ).

[Ety/TĀ.188, EtyAC/TĀ.024] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

turwin

n. queen

[GL/72.1401, LT1A/Meril-i-Turinqi.042, PE13/095.1309] Group: Eldamo. Published by

bridh(n)ir

n. queen, princess

[GL/24.1501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

dori

n. queen

[GL/30.5301] Group: Eldamo. Published by

gwir

n. master, lord, possessor

[GL/43.0801] Group: Eldamo. Published by

maithri

n. control

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malc

n. lord

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polod

n. power, might, authority

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