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Early Primitive Elvish

ðana

root. day

A primitive form in the Gnome Lexicon of the 1910s with derivatives meaning “day” (GL/38). There were a variety of different roots for “day” in later writings such ᴹ√AR or √UR.

Variations

  • ðana ✧ GL/66 (ðana)

Derivatives

  • Eq. sana “day (24 hours)”
  • G. dana “day (24 hours)”
  • G. dôn “[unglossed]”

Element in

Early Primitive Elvish [GL/66] Group: Eldamo. Published by