Quenya 

-ndor

suffix. land, country

Cognates

  • S. dôr “land, land, [N.] region where certain people live, [ᴱN.] country; [G.] people of the land” ✧ SA/dôr

Derivations

  • ndorē “land” ✧ SA/dôr
    • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Element in

  • Q. Andor “Land of Gift”
  • Q. Endórë “Middle-earth, (lit.) Middle Land” ✧ SA/dôr
  • Q. Laurelindórenan “(Land of the) Valley of Singing Gold” ✧ Let/308; NM/351; UT/253
  • Q. Lindelorendor “Singing-dream-land” ✧ Let/308; PE17/080
  • Q. Lómëanor “Gloomyland” ✧ Let/308; LotR/1131; PE17/081
  • Q. Númenórë “Westernesse, (lit.) West-land” ✧ SA/dôr
  • Q. Valandor “Land of the Valar” ✧ SA/dôr

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ndor > ndor[-ndor]✧ SA/dôr

Variations

  • ndor ✧ Let/308; SA/dôr; UT/253
  • nor ✧ Let/308
  • (n)dor ✧ Let/383
  • -nor ✧ LotR/1131; PE17/081
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-ndor

land

-ndor, final element in compounds: "land" (Letters:308, UT:253)

-nor

suffix. land, country

nór

land

nór noun "land" (stem nor-, PE17:106) this is land as opposed to water and sea (nor in Letters:308). Cf. nórë.

nór

noun. land

A term for “land” as in “(dry) land as opposed to the sea”, mentioned in the Quendi and Eldar essay of 1959-60 (WJ/413) and again in notes from around 1968 (PE17/106-107).

Possible Etymology: In the Quendi and Eldar essay this term was derived from primitive ✶ndōro, but in the aforementioned 1968 notes Tolkien clarified that its stem form was nŏr-. This means it was probably derived from ancient ✱ndŏr-, where the long vowel in the uninflected form was inherited from the Common Eldarin subjective form ✱ndōr, a phenomenon also seen in words like nér (ner-) “man”. I prefer this second derivation, as it makes the independent word more distinct from the suffixal form -ndor or -nóre used in the names of countries.

Derivations

  • ndorē “land” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413
  • ndōro “land” ✧ WJ/413
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ndōr > nōr[ndōr] > [nōr]✧ PE17/106
NDŌR/NDŎR- > nôr[ndōr] > [nōr]✧ PE17/107
ndōro > nór[ndōro] > [ndōr] > [nōr]✧ WJ/413

Variations

  • nōr ✧ PE17/106
  • nôr ✧ PE17/107
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nóre

noun. land

Quenya [PE 22:116, 124] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

nórë

land

nórë noun "land" (associated with a particular people) (WJ:413), "country, land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live, race, clan" (NŌ, NDOR, BAL), also used = "race, tribe, people" (SA:dôr, PE17:169; however, the normal word for "people" is lië). Early "Qenya" hasnórë "native land, nation, family, country" (in compounds -nor) (LT1:272)

torna

hard

torna adj. "hard", as in tornanga (q.v.), seemingly -storna after prefixes ending in a vowel, as in the comparative forms aristorna, anastorna (PE17:56; the forms are untranslated and may not necessarily be the same adjective "hard".)

torna

adjective. hard

Derivations

  • STOR “steadfast”

Element in

  • Q. anastorna “*extremely hard” ✧ PE17/056
  • Q. tornanga “hard-iron, iron hard, iron hard; hard-iron, *steel” ✧ PE17/056

sarda

hard

sarda adj. "hard" (VT39:17); pl. sardë "hards" may be used in the same sense as sarda tengwi, q.v. (As an independent form we would rather expect a nominal pl. sardar.)

urda

hard, difficult, arduous

urda adj. "hard, difficult, arduous" (PE17:154)

Naira

vast, wide, empty

naira (2) adj. "vast, wide, empty" (PE17:27)

yána

vast, huge; wide

yána (1) adj. "vast, huge; wide" (PE17:99, 115); also yanda, q.v.

Sindarin 

dor

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

The form dor in the Etymologies is a misreading, see VT/45. In composition and in toponyms, the word is nevertheless reduced to Dor

Sindarin [Ety/376, S/430, WJ/413, Letters/417, VT/45:38, R] Group: SINDICT. Published by

dôr

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

The form dor in the Etymologies is a misreading, see VT/45. In composition and in toponyms, the word is nevertheless reduced to Dor

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dôr

noun. land, land, [N.] region where certain people live, [ᴱN.] country; [G.] people of the land

Cognates

  • Q. -ndor “land, country” ✧ SA/dôr

Derivations

  • ndorē “land” ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr; WJ/413
    • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ndor > -dor[-ndorē] > [-ndore] > [-ndor] > [-dor]✧ PE17/164
ndor > dôr[ndorē] > [ndore] > [dore] > [dor] > [dōr]✧ SA/dôr
ndorē > dôr[ndorē] > [ndore] > [dore] > [dor] > [dōr]✧ WJ/413
ndorē > -ndor > -nor/-nnor[-ndorē] > [-ndore] > [-ndor] > [-nnor]✧ WJ/413

Variations

  • Dor ✧ Let/417; MR/200; PE17/133; S/121; S/188; SI/Doriath; UT/245; UTI/Doriath; WJ/192
  • dor ✧ Let/427; RC/384
  • -dor ✧ PE17/164
  • Dôr ✧ WJ/370
Sindarin [Let/417; Let/427; MR/200; PE17/133; PE17/164; RC/384; S/121; S/188; SA/dôr; SI/Doriath; UT/245; UTI/Doriath; WJ/192; WJ/370; WJ/413] Group: Eldamo. Published by

dern

hard

adj. hard, thrawn. Also used for Dwarves, esp. in pl2. dernlir. >> gorn

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gorn

hard

adj. hard, thrawn. Also used for Dwarves, esp. in pl2. gornhoth (hostile implication). >> dern

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gorn

hard

_ adj. _hard, stiff, thrawn. >> gornod, gordh

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dîr

adjective. hard

_ adj. _hard, difficult. dērā << dīrā. >> dír-

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dôr

land

1) dôr (i nôr, construct dor) (dwelling place, region), pl. dŷr (i ndŷr), coll. pl. dorath (WJ:413), 2) bâr (dwelling, house, home, family; earth) (i mâr, o mbâr, construct bar), pl. bair (i mbair). Also -bar, -mar at the end of compounds.

norn

hard

norn (twisted, knotted, crabbed, contorted), pl. nyrn. Also used as noun = ”Dwarf”. (MR:93, WJ:205)

taur

vast

taur (also tor-, tar- in compounds) (lofty, high, sublime, noble; vast, masterful, mighty, overwhelming, huge, awful), lenited daur, pl. toer. Note: homophones mean ”king (of a people)” and also ”great wood, forest”.

Nandorin 

dóri-

noun. land

Isolated from Lindórinan. The independent form of the word may differ; it is unclear where the i of the compound Lindórinan comes from. In the Etymologies, the Eldarin words for "land" are derived from a stem NDOR "dwell, stay, rest, abide" (LR:376).

No Nandorin word is there listed, but Sindarin dor is derived from primitive ndorê. Notice, however, that Tolkien many years later derived the Eldarin words for "land" from a stem DORO "dried up, hard, unyielding" (WJ:413). However, this later source does confirm that the Primitive Quendian form was ndorê, now thought to be formed by initial enrichment d > nd. This is defined as "the hard, dry land as opposed to water or bog", later developing the meaning "land in general as opposed to sea", and finally also "a land" as a particular region, "with more or less defined bounds".

Whether dóri- actually comes from ndorê is highly doubtful (this would rather yield *dora in Nandorin), but it must be derived from the same set of stems.

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Adûnaic

thâni

noun. land

A noun translated “land” (SD/435) appearing in the Adûnaic names for the Blessed Realm: Amatthâni and thâni’nAmân. Its Primitive Adûnaic form was also ✶thāni, though its primitive was glossed “realm" (SD/420).

Derivations

Element in

Variations

  • thāni ✧ SD/435

zâyan

noun. land

An Adûnaic word for “land” (SD/423). It has an irregular plural form zâin which is the result of the phonetic change (SD/423): [[pad|medial [w] and [j] vanished before [u] and [i]]]. Thus, the archaic plural changed from †zâyîn > zâîn > zâin.

Conceptual Development: In earlier names this word appeared as zen (SD/378, 385).

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
Ad. zāyīn > *zāīn > zâin[zājīn] > [zāīn] > [zāin]✧ SD/423

Variations

  • zāyan ✧ SD/423
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Primitive elvish

dor

root. hard, tough, dried up, unyielding

The Elvish words for “oak” had very similar forms throughout Tolkien’s life. In the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s, it was ᴱQ. nor(ne) from the root ᴱ√NOŘO, which Tolkien marked with a “?” (QL/67). Its Gnomish cognate G. dorna (GL/30) hints that the true form of this early root might have been ✱ᴱ√NDOÐO or something similar. In the 1930s the root became ᴹ√DORON with derivatives ᴹQ. norno/N. doron “oak” (Ety/DÓRON). This somewhat surprising derivation was explained in the Outline of Phonology from the early 1950s, where Tolkien said:

n ... also appears occasionally as product of [initial] d, instead of l, by assimilation to succeeding nasals, as in dorno > norno (PE19/80).

In etymological notes from the later 1950s or early 1960s, Tolkien gave the root √DOR “hard, tough”, that in Quenya was preserved only in the word “oak” and in ndŏr > nŏr “land” (PE17/181). Its connection to “oak” indicates this is a later iteration of ᴹ√DORON, though the connection to √NDOR “land” was new. A similar root √DORO “dried up, hard, unyielding” appeared in the contemporaneous Quendi and Eldar essay from around 1959-1960, again connected to √NDOR but without mention of “oak” (WJ/413). In both sets of notes, √DOR has the Sindarin derivative dorn “tough, stiff, thrawn, obdurate”, also used as another name for the dwarves.

Derivatives

  • dorno “oak”
    • Q. norno “oak” ✧ PE19/080
  • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide”
    • ndorē “land” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • Q. -ndor “land, country” ✧ SA/dôr
    • Q. nór “land” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • Q. nórë “land, country; †people, race, tribe, land, country, [ᴹQ.] region where certain people live, [ᴱQ.] nation; [Q.] †people, race, tribe, [ᴹQ.] folk, [ᴱQ.] family” ✧ PE19/076
    • S. dôr “land, land, [N.] region where certain people live, [ᴱN.] country; [G.] people of the land” ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr; WJ/413
    • Q. nórë “land, country; †people, race, tribe, land, country, [ᴹQ.] region where certain people live, [ᴱQ.] nation; [Q.] †people, race, tribe, [ᴹQ.] folk, [ᴱQ.] family” ✧ PE17/072; PE17/181
    • Q. norna “tough, stiff; hard, firm, resistant; thrawn, obdurate” ✧ PE17/106
  • ndorē “land” ✧ WJ/413
    • Q. -ndor “land, country” ✧ SA/dôr
    • Q. nór “land” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • Q. nórë “land, country; †people, race, tribe, land, country, [ᴹQ.] region where certain people live, [ᴱQ.] nation; [Q.] †people, race, tribe, [ᴹQ.] folk, [ᴱQ.] family” ✧ PE19/076
    • S. dôr “land, land, [N.] region where certain people live, [ᴱN.] country; [G.] people of the land” ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr; WJ/413
  • ndōro “land” ✧ WJ/413
    • Q. nór “land” ✧ WJ/413
  • Q. norna “tough, stiff; hard, firm, resistant; thrawn, obdurate” ✧ PE17/181; WJ/413
  • S. dorn “tough, stiff, thrawn, obdurate” ✧ PE17/181; WJ/413

Element in

  • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/181
  • Q. Poldórëa “Valiant; Breaker up of the Hard/Tough” ✧ PE17/181

Variations

  • DORO ✧ WJ/413
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ndorē

noun. land

Derivations

  • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
  • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Derivatives

  • Q. -ndor “land, country” ✧ SA/dôr
  • Q. nór “land” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
  • Q. nórë “land, country; †people, race, tribe, land, country, [ᴹQ.] region where certain people live, [ᴱQ.] nation; [Q.] †people, race, tribe, [ᴹQ.] folk, [ᴱQ.] family” ✧ PE19/076
  • S. dôr “land, land, [N.] region where certain people live, [ᴱN.] country; [G.] people of the land” ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr; WJ/413

Element in

  • etlā-ndŏrē “Eglador” ✧ VT42/04; VT42/04
  • mbar-ndor “home land, native land” ✧ PE17/164
  • Q. Endórë “Middle-earth, (lit.) Middle Land” ✧ Let/384
  • Q. Valandor “Land of the Valar” ✧ WJ/413
  • S. Ennor “Middle-earth” ✧ Let/384
  • S. Eriador “Lonely Land” ✧ VT42/04
  • S. Thonador ✧ VT42/04

Variations

  • (n)dor ✧ Let/384
  • ndōr ✧ PE17/106
  • NDŌR/NDŎR- ✧ PE17/107
  • ndor ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr
  • ndōrē ✧ PE19/076; VT42/04
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ndōro

noun. land

Derivations

  • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Derivatives

  • Q. nór “land” ✧ WJ/413
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Noldorin 

dor

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

The form dor in the Etymologies is a misreading, see VT/45. In composition and in toponyms, the word is nevertheless reduced to Dor

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dôr

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

Cognates

  • Ilk. dôr “land” ✧ Ety/NDOR
  • ᴹQ. nóre “land, country, region where certain people live; clan, race, folk, kindred” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Derivations

  • ᴹ✶ndorē “land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live” ✧ Ety/NDOR
    • ᴹ√NDOR “dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴹ✶ndorē > Dôr[ndorē] > [ndore] > [dore] > [dor] > [dōr]✧ Ety/NDOR
N. dy̆r > dȳr[ndori] > [dori] > [duri] > [dyri] > [dyr] > [dȳr]✧ PE22/038

Variations

  • Dôr ✧ Ety/NDOR
  • Dor ✧ Ety/PHAU; Ety/THŌN; LR/265
  • dor ✧ EtyAC/NDOR
  • dór ✧ PE22/033; PE22/036
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taur

adjective. vast, mighty, overwhelming, awful, huge; high, sublime

An adjective in The Etymologies of the 1930s glossed “mighty, vast, overwhelming, huge, awful” derived from primitive ᴹ✶taurā “masterful, mighty” based the root ᴹ√TUR “power, control, mastery, victory” (Ety/TÁWAR, TUR). It was also influenced by ᴹ✶tārā “lofty” and as such had the alternate meaning “high, sublime”. Thus its gloss “awful” has the sense “causing awe” rather than its modern English meaning “terrible”, and its general meaning seems to something that is mighty (in strength or size) and also induces awe, either inspiring or terrifying. Its Quenya equivalent Q. taura continued to appear in later writings (PE17/115, VT39/10), indicating that this Noldorin word probably remained valid in Sindarin.

Conceptual Development: The Gnomish Lexicon of the 1910s had the adjective G. taura “powerful” and the (archaic) noun G. †taur “ability, power” (GL/69), both based on the early root ᴱ√TURU “am strong” (GL/72; QL/95).

Cognates

  • ᴹQ. tára “lofty, high” ✧ Ety/TĀ; Ety/TÁWAR
  • ᴹQ. taura “mighty” ✧ Ety/TUR

Derivations

  • ᴹ✶taurā “masterful, mighty” ✧ Ety/TĀ; Ety/TÁWAR; Ety/TUR
    • ᴹ√TUR “power, control, mastery, victory” ✧ Ety/TĀ; Ety/TÁWAR; Ety/TUR

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴹ✶tau̯rā > taur[taurā] > [taura] > [tǭra] > [toura] > [taura] > [taur]✧ Ety/TĀ

Variations

  • taur ✧ Ety/TĀ; Ety/TÁWAR; Ety/TUR
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Doriathrin

dôr

noun. land

A Doriathrin noun for “land” (EtyAC/NDOR) apparently from primitive ᴹ✶ndorē (Ety/NDOR). If its primitive form indeed had a short [o], then this word may be an example of how short vowels sometimes lengthened in monosyllables in Ilkorin.

Cognates

  • N. dôr “land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Derivations

  • ᴹ✶ndorē “land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live” ✧ Ety/NDOR
    • ᴹ√NDOR “dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴹ✶ndorē > dôr[ndorē] > [ndore] > [ndor] > [ndōr] > [dōr]✧ Ety/NDOR

Variations

  • Dor ✧ Ety/THŌN
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Middle Primitive Elvish

ndorē

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

Changes

  • nōrenōrē “land” ✧ PE18/056

Derivations

  • ᴹ√NDOR “dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Derivatives

  • Ilk. dôr “land” ✧ Ety/NDOR
  • ᴹQ. -ndor “-land”
  • ᴹQ. nóre “land, country, region where certain people live; clan, race, folk, kindred” ✧ PE18/056; PE19/036; PE19/059
  • N. dôr “land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Element in

Variations

  • nōre ✧ PE18/056 (nōre)
  • nōrē ✧ PE18/056
  • ndōrē ✧ PE19/036; PE21/32
  • ndṓrē ✧ PE19/059
  • ndō-rē ✧ PE21/32
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noun. land

Derivatives

  • ᴹQ. “land, region” ✧ PE21/38

Variations

  • mā- ✧ PE21/38
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Gnomish

dôr

noun. land, country (inhabited), people of the land

Changes

  • dôrDor ✧ PE13/112

Cognates

  • Eq. nóre “(native) land, nation, family, country” ✧ PE15/22; LT1A/Valinor

Derivations

  • ᴱ✶ndore ✧ LT1A/Dor Faidwen

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴱ✶ndor- > dôr[ndore] > [ndor] > [dor] > [dōr]✧ LT1A/Dor Faidwen

Variations

  • dor ✧ GG/08; GG/09
  • Dor ✧ GL/30; LT2A/Dor-na-Dhaideloth; PE13/112; PE15/22
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redhos

noun. land

Early Noldorin

dôr

noun. land, country

Cognates

  • Eq. nóre “(native) land, nation, family, country” ✧ PE13/161

Derivations

Element in

  • En. doirion “lord (of a certain district), chief” ✧ PE13/161
  • En. Dor-na-Fauglith “Plain of Thirst” ✧ LB/275
  • En. urnor “landless” ✧ PE13/156
  • En. unnor “without a land” ✧ PE13/155 (unnor)

Variations

  • Dor ✧ LB/275
  • dór ✧ PE13/142
  • nor ✧ PE13/155 (nor)
  • dor ✧ PE13/161
  • ndor- ✧ PE13/161 (ndor-)
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Early Primitive Elvish

ʒono Reconstructed

root. hard

Derivatives

  • ᴱ√NOHO “extended” ✧ QL/066; QL/067
    • ᴱ✶nold
    • G. nôl “head” ✧ GL/61
    • Eq. nohto- “to stick out” ✧ QL/067
    • Eq. nóla “summit, head, top (only used of mountains etc.); (round) hill; crown of head” ✧ QL/067
    • G. nog “hill, knob, prominence”
    • G. nogra- “to excell, exceed”
  • Eq. omba “hard (*as stone)” ✧ QL/070
  • Eq. ondo “stone, rock” ✧ LT1A/Gondolin; QL/070
  • Eq. hon “stone, rock”
  • Eq. on(d) “(a) stone” ✧ QL/070
  • Eq. onwa “stony” ✧ QL/070
  • Eq. onin “anvil” ✧ QL/070
  • En. gonn “stone, rock”
  • G. gonn “(great) stone, rock”
  • G. gontha “pillar, stele, memorial”

Variations

  • ONO ✧ LT1A/Gondolin; QL/067
  • ONO¹ ✧ QL/066; QL/070
Early Primitive Elvish [LT1A/Gondolin; QL/066; QL/067; QL/070] Group: Eldamo. Published by