Quenya zR5Ì#

coron oiolairë

place name. mound ever-summer

A fuller name of Corollairë, a combination of coron “mound”, oio “ever” and lairë “summer” (WJ/401).
Variations of the word: Koron Oiolairë.

Elements

WordGlossSource
oioever-
lairësummer-
coronmoundSA/coron.001
oiolairëever-summer (a species of tree)SA/coron.008

[SA/coron.007; WJ/401.1805; WJI/Korollairë.002] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Corollairë

korollairë

Corollairë ("Korollairë"), place-name; see Coron Oiolairë.

Corlairë

corlairë

Corlairë ("k"), place-name, apparently shortened from Corollairë, Coron Oiolairë (MR:107)

coron

mound

coron (1) noun "mound" (SA); Coron Oiolairë ("Koron"), place-name: the "Mound of Eversummer" where the Two Trees grew. Also contracted Corollairë (WJ:401) and Corlairë (MR:107); both are spelt with an initial k in the sources.

coron

noun. mound

coron

[SA/coron.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

laire

noun. summer

[PE 22:125; PE 22:167] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

lairë

summer

lairë (1) noun "summer" (Letters:283, VT45:26), in the calendar of Imladris a precisely defined period of 72 days, but also used without any exact definition (Appendix D). Oiolairë "Eversummer", name of a tree (UT:167), see also Coron Oiolairë. Lairelossë noun *"Summer-snow", name of a tree (UT:167), perhaps with white flowers.

lairë

noun. summer

Element in: Q. Corollairë, Q. Coron Oiolairë, Q. lairelossë, Q. Mettelairë, Q. oiolairë, Q. Úlairi

[Let/282.2508; PE17/159.3008; PE22/167.2913; LotR/1107.4107; LotR/1111.2101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Ellairë

summer

Ellairë alternative name of June (PM:135); evidently incorporating lairë "summer"; the el- part is probably an assimilated form of er-, an element meaning one or first, June being the first summer month.

oio

endless period

oio noun "an endless period" (CO) or adv. "ever" (SA:los). Oiolairë "Ever-summer" (name of a tree, UT:167; also in the name Coron Oiolairë, "Mound of Ever-summer". Oiolossë "Everwhite, Ever-snowwhite", a name of Taniquetil (OY), hence the translation "Mount Everwhite" in Tolkien's rendering of Namárië. See also SA:los. Explicit "mount" in Oron Oiolossë "Mount Everwhite" (WJ:403). Ablativic genitive Oiolossëo "from Mount Everwhite" in Namárië (Nam, RGEO:67, OY)

cumbë

mound, heap

cumbë ("k")noun "mound, heap" (KUB)

Ezellohar

the green mound

Ezellohar noun "the Green Mound" where the Two Trees grew; adopted and adapted from Valarin; also translated as Coron Oiolairë, Corollairë (WJ:401). The name must have become *Erellohar in Exilic (Noldorin) Quenya.

Sindarin iT2#7T5

laer

noun. summer

Variations of the word: Laer.

Element in: S. Cadlaer, S. Eblaer

[LotR/1107.4305; PM/136.1604] Group: Eldamo. Published by

haudh

noun. (burial) mound, grave, tomb

[Ety/363-364, S/432, LotR/A(iv)] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

cum

noun. heap, mound

coron

mound

1) coron (i goron, o choron) (globe, ball), pl. ceryn (i cheryn), 2) cûm (i gûm, o chûm, construct cum) (heap), pl. cuim (i chuim).

laer

summer

laer (no distinct pl. form). Note: a homophone means ”song”.

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

cum

noun. mound, heap

[Ety/365] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

cumb

noun. mound, heap

[Ety/365] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

haudh

noun. tomb, grave, mound

Element in: N. Haudh-na-Dengin

[Ety/KHAG.008; Ety/KHAW.030] Group: Eldamo. Published by

haudh

noun. (burial) mound, grave, tomb

[Ety/363-364, S/432, LotR/A(iv)] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

loer

noun. summer

Element in: N. Cadloer, N. Ebloer

[PM/135.3702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

cum

noun. heap, mound

Element in: N. Cûm-na-Dengin

[Ety/KUB.008] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Beware, older languages below! The languages below were invented during Tolkien's earlier period and should be used with caution. Remember to never, ever mix words from different languages!

Primitive elvish

lairē

noun. summer

[PE18/097.2415] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya zR5Ì#

laire

noun. summer

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
lairesselocativein the summerPE22/125.1819

Element in: MQ. Nólairë, MQ. Metelaire, MQ. Erlaire

[EtyAC/LAYA.002; PM/134.2804; PM/134.3005; PE22/125.1819] Group: Eldamo. Published by

úrien

proper name. summer

Another name for laire “summer” in drafts of the Lord of the Rings appendices (PM/134). Its initial element seems to be Ûr “Sun”.

[PM/134.3007] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aurinde

noun. summer, pleasant warmth

Elements

WordGlossSource
aurinpleasant warmth, summerQL/033.7401

[PME/033.8901; QL/033.7501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

kumbe

noun. mound, heap

[Ety/KUB.003] Group: Eldamo. Published by

avesta

noun. summer

Element in: EQ. Andonavestan

[PE13/137.7901; PE13/160.5005] Group: Eldamo. Published by

saiwali

noun. summer

Elements

WordGlossSource
saiwasaiwaQL/081.2201
-limanyQL/081.2301-2

[PME/081.3105; QL/081.2301] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

saiwen

noun. summer, midsummer

Variations of the word: sachwen, safwen.

Elements

WordGlossSource
sairhotGL/66.4903

Element in: G. Saiwendana

[GL/66.5004; GL/72.3502; GL/66.5102; GL/72.3501; GL/66.5001; GL/72.3503; LT1A/Sári.030] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ost

noun. summer

Variations of the word: ost², ost.

[PE13/110.9203; GL/63.3506; GL/63.3501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aust

noun. summer

Element in: G. Tarnin Austa

[GL/20.8401; GL/63.3502; LT2A/Tarnin Austa.012; PE13/110.9101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Early Noldorin

tûn

noun. mound, bare hill

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
túnainplural-PE13/154.7801

[PE13/154.7801; PE13/154.7806] Group: Eldamo. Published by

awest

noun. summer

Variations of the word: Awest, aust.

Imported inflections

WordFormGlossSource
ewaistplural-PE13/160.4901

[PE13/137.7801; PE13/160.4905; PE13/137.7802; PE13/160.4901; PE13/153.4706; PE13/160.5001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

cum(b)

noun. mound

Variations of the word: cumb, cúm.

[PE13/141.3601; PE13/141.3703; PE13/141.3603] Group: Eldamo. Published by

aust

noun. summer

Black Speech, Nandorin, Noldorin, Quendya, Quenya, Sindarin, Telerin are languages conceived by Tolkien and they do not belong to us; we neither can nor do claim affiliation with Middle-earth Enterprises nor Tolkien Estate.