-ro pronominal ending "he", in antaváro, q.v. In Tolkiens later Quenya, the ending -s covers both "he", "she" and "it".
epronoun. one, (neut[er]) it, a thing, *(neuter) it, *[ᴹQ.] he, *she
-ssuffix. he, she, it
-s(së)suffix. he, she, it, him, her
-sësuffix. he, she, it
eradverb/adjective. one, alone, *[ᴱQ.] only, *a single
er cardinal "one, alone" (ERE, VT48:6, VT49:54), in an early source also adv. "only, but, still" (LT1:269); Eru er "one God" (VT44:17; er was here emended by Tolkien from erëa, which seems to be an adjectival form *"one, single".)
essë (2) pron? "he" (and also "she, it"?), possible emphatic 3rd sg. emphatic pronoun, attested in the sentence essë úpa nas "he is dumb" (PE17:126)
essë²pronoun. he, *she, it (emphatic)
et prep. (and adv.?) "out", when followed by ablative "out of" (VT45:13) or literally "out from", as in EO: et Eärello "out of the Great Sea"; cf. also et sillumello "from this hour" in VT44:35. Et i pe/péti, untranslated phrase, perhaps "out of the mouth" (VT47:35). Prefixet- "forth, out" (ET), also in longer form ete- (as in etelehta, eteminya); verb ettuler "are coming forth" (ettul- = et + tul-). (SD:290; read probably *ettulir or continuative *ettúlar in Tolkien's later Quenya). The forms etemmë and etengwë (VT43:36) seem to incorporate pronominal suffixes for "us", hence ?"out of us", inclusive and exclusive respectively. The pronoun -mmë denoted plural inclusive "we" when this was written, though Tolkien would later make it dual exclusive instead (see -mmë). Second person forms are also given: etelyë, etellë ?"out of you", sg. and pl. respectively (Tolkien would later change the ending for pl. "you" from -llë to -ldë).
issëpronoun. he, *she, it (emphatic)
sehe, she, it
se (1) pron. "he, she, it" also object "him, her, it", 3rd person sg. Used "of living things including plants" (VT49:37; the corresponding inaimate pronoun is sa). The pronoun comes directly from se as the original stem-form (VT49:50). Stressed form sé, VT49:51, attested in object position in melin sé "I love him" (VT49:21). Ósë "with him/her", VT43:29; see ó-. Long dative/allative sena "[to/for] him" or "at him", VT49:14, allative senna "to him/her" (VT49:45, 46). Compare the reflexive pronoun insë *"himself, herself".
se¹pronoun. he, she, it (animate)
é adverbial particle "indeed" that may be prefixed to a sentence (VT45:11). Short e in the sentence e man antaváro? "what will he give indeed?" (LR:63).
erëa adj.? "one" or *"single", apparently an adjectival form (see er) (VT44:17)
mincardinal. one, *[ᴱQ.] one (in a series), *the first
min numeral "one", also minë (VT45:34, VT48:6)
minë numeral "one", also min (MINI, VT45:34)
mir (2) cardinal "one" (LT1:260; in LotR-style Quenya rather minë)
mopronoun. one, anyone, someone, somebody
ye-verb. to be
ëa-verb. to be, exist, *[ᴹQ.] have being, *be found extant in the real world
nandë (2) ("ñ")noun "harp" (ÑGAN/ÑGÁNAD; according to VT46:3, Tolkien changed the final vowel from -a to -ë)
ná-verb. to be, *[ᴱQ.] exist
quénone, (some)body, person, individual, man or woman
quén (quen-, as in pl. queni; as final element in compounds -quen) noun "one, (some)body, person, individual, man or woman", pl. queni = "persons", "(some) people", "they" with the most general meaning (as in "they [= people in general] say that..."). The element is combined with noun and adjective stems in old compounds to denote habitual occupations or functions, or to describe those having some notable (permanent) quality; examples include roquen, ciryaquen, arquen, q.v. Also in aiquen "whoever", ilquen "everybody" (WJ:361 cf. 360, 372).
naitiëadverb. indeed, truly, **really
@@@ gloss “really” suggested by Tamas Ferencz
erúmëa adj. "outer, outermost" (LT1:262)
am(a)-prefix. intensive prefix
an-prefix. intensive prefix
moone, someone, anyone
mo, indefinite pronoun "one, someone, anyone" (VT42:34, VT49:19, 20, 26)
tanta (1) noun "harp", also as verb tanta- "to play a harp" (VT41:10)
tantila noun "harp" (VT41:10)
* telustaadjective. outer, extreme, ultimate