aica (1) ("k") adj. "sharp" _(AYAK) or "fell, terrible, dire" (PM:347; according to PM:363 seldom applied to evil things)_. In Aicanáro, q.v.
adjective. fell, terrible, dire, fell, terrible, dire; [ᴹQ.] sharp
- S. goeol “*fell, terrible, dire” ✧ PM/363
- Q. Aicanáro “Fell Fire; Sharp Flame”
Development Stages Sources ✶gayakā > aika [gajakā] > [gajkā] > [gaikā] > [ɣaikā] > [aikā] > [aika] ✧ PM/363
- aika ✧ PM/347; PM/363; PM/363
keen, sharp, acute, piercing
laica (2) ("k")adj."keen, sharp, acute, piercing" _(LAIK, LT2:337 in the Etymologies as printed in LR, the final vowel is misread as -_e instead of -a, VT45:25). Possibly obsoleted by #1 above. Compare aica #1.
maica (1) ("k")adj. "sharp, piercing" (SA:maeg), cf. hendumaica and the noun maica below.
#ecya adj. "sharp" in Ecyanáro ("k") "Sharp Flame", masc. name, Sindarin Aegnor(VT41:14, 19). The Quenya form of Aegnor is elsewhere given as Aicanáro instead.
nerca adj. "sharp, angular" (PE17:55), variant nexa (reading uncertain).
nexa adj. "sharp, angular" (PE17:55; the editor indicates that the reading is uncertain, so the variant nerca may be preferred.)
aica (2) ("k") adj. "broad, vast" (LT2:338 - this early "Qenya" form is probably obsoleted by # 1 above)