_ adj. _red, ruddy. Caradhras
car-verb. to do
car-verb. to do, make
caroverb. do! make!
gaeradjective. red, copper-coloured, ruddy
napreposition. to, towards, at
napreposition. with, by (also used as a genitive sign)
_ suff. _head (often applied to hills or mountains that had _not _a sharp apex). Fanuidhol
-itasuffix. general infinitive
suff. general infinitive.
ruinadjective. (fiery) red
dolnoun. hill or mountain
_ prep. _with. Q. lé.
edhellenadjective. elvish, of the Elves
_ adj. _Elvish. annon edhellen edro hi ammen! 'Elvish gate open now for us'. edhel
edhellen (of language apparently = ”Sindarin”), pl. edhellin
car- (i gâr, i cherir), pa.t. agor (make, build) (WJ:415),
1) car- (i gâr, i cherir), pa.t. agor (do, build) (WJ:415), 2) echad- (i echad, in echedir) (fashion, shape), pa.t. echant (VT45:19)
1) caran (lenited garan, pl. cerain). Also carn (lenited garn, pl. cern), 2) coll (scarlet), lenited goll, pl. cyll (VT45:15, 24). Note: homophones mean "hollow" and also "cloak". 3) born (hot), lenited vorn, pl. byrn, 4) (fiery red) naru (analogical pl. nery). The archaic fom narw is also listed (LR:374 s.v. _NAR_1). 5) rhosc (russet, brown), lenited ?throsc or ?rosc (the lenition product of rh is uncertain), pl. rhysc. Cf. also
(in instrumental sense?) na (followed by lenition), with article nan (followed by ”mixed mutation”, according to David Salos reconstruction). The preposition has various meanings: ”with, by, near” and also ”to, toward, at; of”
dôl (i dhôl, construct dol) (hill), pl. dŷl (i nŷl). Note: In the Etymologies, this word was derived from a root with initial nd- (NDOL), which would make the mutations different (i nôl, pl. i ndŷl). However, the later name Fanuidhol "Cloudyhead" apparently indicates that the lenited form of this d was later to be dh (whereas it would be n if the former derivation had been maintained).
*suith (i huith, o suith), no distinct pl. form except with article (i suith). Suggested Sindarin form of ”Noldorin” sûth.
* yllnoun. draught