alqua noun "swan" _(ÁLAK [there spelt _alqa, as in LT1:249/LT2:335], SA:alqua, UT:265, VT42:7). The alternative form alquë ("q") mentioned in early material (LT1:249) may or may not be valid in LotR-style Quenya.
vanië noun "beauty" (PE17:56), apparently formed from vanya #1. Synonym vanessë.
vanwaadjective. departed, gone, departed, gone, lost, departed, vanished, past, over, no longer to be had, passed away, dead, gone, lost, no longer to be had, vanished, departed, dead, past, past and over, gone, past, lost, gone, past, vanished, over, lost, having departed, gone, lost, lost, past, over, passed away, gone, dead
vanessë noun "beauty" (LT1:272, PE17:56). Also vanië.