Sindarin

_dag_

slain

(passive participle of dag- "slay", but treated almost like a derived noun) dangen (i nangen, o ndangen), pl. dengin (i ndengin; the spelling "in-ndengin" occurs in the Silmarillion). Compare SLAY.

dangen

adj. slain

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Quenya

-na

slain

A shorter ending -na also occurs, e.g. nahtana "slain" (VT49:24); the example hastaina "marred" would suggest that *nahtaina is equally possible. In the example aistana "blessed" (VT43:30), -na may be preferred to -ina for euphonic reasons, to avoid creating a second diphthong ai where one already occurs in the previous syllable (*aistaina). In PE17:68, the ending -ina is said to be "aorist" (unmarked as regards time and aspect); the same source states that the shorter ending -na is "no longer part of verbal conjugation", though it obviously survives in many words that are maybe now to be considered independent adjectives. See -na #4.

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nahtana

adj. slain

[VT49/24.3101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

nanca

slain

nanca adj. *"slain" (PE17:68); see -na

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nanca

adj. slain

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Primitive elvish

dankĭna

n. slain

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North sindarin

dachen

adj. slain

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