Adûnaic

zigûr

noun. wizard

A noun translated “wizard” and given as an example of a noun with a long vowel in its final syllable that (archaically) uses the declension for a strong-noun (SD/437), the rare class of Strong-Ib nouns. By the time of Classical Adûnaic, it could be declined as an ordinary weak-noun instead. As the proper name Zigûr, it was the Adûnaic name for Sauron.

Adûnaic [SD/437.0206; SD/437.0404; SD/437.0504; SD/437.0603; SD/437.0704; SD/437.0805; SD/437.0904] Group: Eldamo. Published by

zigûr

masculine name. Sauron

The Adûnaic name (or title) for Sauron (SD/250). It simply the word zigûr “wizard” used as a name.

Adûnaic [SD/247.0402; SD/250.0606; SD/250.0607; SD/311.3202; SD/345.0308; SDI2/Sauron.007; SDI2/Zigûr.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by