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bereth

theology. a form of Elbereth seldom used

_theon._a form of _Elbereth _seldom used.

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bereth

noun. spouse

_n. _spouse, used of one who is queen as spouse of a king. Tolkien notes the parallel with the word queen "being in origin only an ancient word for wife or woman already in Old English reserved for the King's wife".

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bereth

noun. feminine personalized form

_n. _feminine personalized form, probably = 'supreme, sublime, queen'. Q. *Varsi.

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bereth

noun. queen, spouse
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bereth

noun/adjective. queen, spouse, supreme, sublime

@@@ unclear why it was not beraith since it was derived from barathī; however Elaran deduced that Tolkien may have re-etymologized this word as a derivative of √BER “marry”, given its later gloss “spouse” in addition to “queen” (PE17/23; RGEO/66); possibly also because [[n|[ei] sometimes became [e] in unstressed final syllables]]

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mereth

noun. feast, festival

The word was changed to bereth in the Etymologies, but was never changed in the texts (cf. Mereth Aderthad and the compound Merethrond)

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mereth

noun. feast, [N.] festival
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brethil

noun. beech, beech-tree, silver birch
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neldor

noun. beech
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rîs

noun. queen
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rîs

noun. queen
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* bereth

spouse

(fem.) bereth (i vereth) (queen), pl. berith (i mberith)

* mereth

feast

mereth (i vereth) (festival), pl. merith (i merith). Note: In the Etymologies, Tolkien changed the relevant root from _ to

* fêr

beech

fêr (stem feren-, pl. ferin) (mast);

* rían

noun. queen, **(lit.) crowned-lady
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* 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”.

* rîs

noun. queen
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