Quenya zR5Ì#

nár

flame

nár noun "flame", also nárë (NAR1).Translated "fire" in some names, see Aicanár(o), Fëanáro (where nár apparently has the masculine ending -o added to it). According to PE17:183, nár- is "fire as an element" (a concrete fire or blaze is rather called a ruinë).

nárë

flame

nárë, also short nár, noun "flame" (NAR1, Narqelion). Translated "fire" in some names, see Aicanáro, Fëanáro (where nár apparently has the masculine ending -o, though in the latter name it may also be the genitive ending since Fëa-náro** is translated "Spirit of Fire"). At one point, Tolkien mentioned "nār-" as the word for "fire (as an element)" (PE17:183). Cf. ruinë** as the word for "a fire" (a concrete instance of fire) in the same source.

nárë

noun. flame

velca

flame

velca ("k") noun "flame" (LT1:260; nár, nárë would be the normal word in Tolkien's later Quenya)

Sindarin iT2#7T5

lach

noun. (leaping) flame

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lacha-

verb. to flame

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lacho

verb. flame!

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naur

noun. flame

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naur

noun. fire

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lach

flame

(noun) 1) lach (leaping flame), pl. laich; 2) naur (in compounds nar-, -nor) (fire, sun), pl. noer, coll. pl. norath, 3) rill (construct ril) (brilliance, glittering reflected light), no distinct pl. form except with article (idh rill).

lacha

flame

(verb) *lacha- (i lacha, i lachar). Only the imperative form lacho is attested.

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

cûl

noun. flame

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lhach

noun. (leaping) flame

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naur

noun. flame

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naur

noun. fire

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Primitive elvish

phāy

noun. flame

Also glossed as “ray of light”.

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Qenya zR5Ì#

kulo

noun. flame

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nár(e)

noun. flame

Variations of the word: náre, Nar.

Element in: MQ. Nárie

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velka

noun. flame

Also glossed as “a flame”.

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Middle Primitive Elvish

nar

root. flame

Also glossed as “fire”.
Variations of the word: NAR¹.

Element in: MP. Narsil

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Gnomish

cantha

noun. flame

Elements

WordGlossSource
KṆÐṆshine-
-t(h)averb suffix-

Element in: G. cantharol, G. Canthil, G. canthor

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tang

noun. flame

Also glossed as “flash”, “a flame”, “a flash”.

Element in: G. Tanfa

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Early Noldorin

lhacha

noun. flame

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