Quenya zR5Ì#

atalante

verb. collapsed

collapsed, fell down

Quenya [PE 18:35] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

atalantë

noun. collapse, downfall
Quenya [MC/223.2602; PE18/088.3503; PE18/088.3506] Group: Eldamo. Published by

atalantë

proper name. Downfall(en), Downfallen

A Quenya name of Númenor after its fall into the sea (S/281), it is simply the noun atalantë “collapse, downfall” used as a name (MC/223).

Conceptual Development: The name ᴹQ. Atalante appeared in the earliest tales of the fall of Númenor (LR/11, 25), usually in this form though at least once appearing as Atalantie (Let/347). Its resemblance to the name Atlantis was intentional (Let/347), created as part of the background for Tolkien’s (unfinished) time-travel story about Atlantis: “The Lost Road” (LR/36-104).

Quenya [Let/347.3412; LRI/Atalantë.018; PM/158.0411; PMI/Atalantë.001; S/281.0907; SI/Akallabêth.012; SI/Atalantë.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

atalantë

downfall, overthrow, especially as name [atalantë] of the [downfallen] land of númenor

atalantë noun "downfall, overthrow, especially as name [Atalantë] of the [downfallen] land of Númenor" (DAT/DANT, TALÁT, Akallabêth, SD:247, 310; also LR:47, VT45:26). Variant atalantië "Downfall", said to be a normal noun-formation in Quenya (Letters:347, footnote). From the common noun atalantë "collapse, downfall" is derived the adj. atalantëa "ruinous, downfallen", pl. atalantië in Markirya (changed to sg. atalantëa this change does not make immediate sense, since the adjective undoubtedly modifies a plural noun, but Tolkien does not always let adjectives agree in number).

atalantëa

ruinous, downfallen

atalantëa adj. "ruinous, downfallen"; see atalantë

ataltare

noun. collapse
Quenya [PE 22:110] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

ataltarë

noun. collapse
Quenya Group: Eldamo. Published by

atalta-

verb. to collapse, fall in, fall down, slip down in ruin
Quenya Group: Eldamo. Published by

atalta-

collapse, fall in

atalta- vb. "collapse, fall in" (TALÁT), weak pa.t. ataltanë "down-fell, fell down" in LR:47 and SD:247, but strong past tense atalantë "down-fell" in LR:56


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Qenya zR5Ì#

atalante

proper name. Downfall(en), downfall, overthrow, Downfallen, Fallen, She That Has Fallen Down
Qenya [Ety/DAT.033; Ety/TALÁT.046; Ety/TALÁT.073; Ety/TALÁT.088; LR/011.2504; LR/014.1802; LR/025.0707; LR/047.1403; LR/047.2107; LRI/Atalantë.001; PE18/035.2813; SD/247.2904; SD/249.2911; SD/310.3105; SD/375.1607; SDI2/Akallabêth.006; SDI2/Atalante.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ataltare

noun. collapse
Qenya [PE22/110.1812] Group: Eldamo. Published by

atalta-

verb. to collapse, fall in, fall down, slip down in ruin
Qenya [Ety/TALÁT.138; LR/047.0704; LR/056.3101; SD/247.0105; SD/249.2903; SD/310.1205] Group: Eldamo. Published by