Sindarin 

iaur

adjective. old, old; [N.] ancient, olden

Cognates

  • Q. yára “old, ancient, old, ancient, [ᴹQ.] belonging to or descending from former times” ✧ RC/579

Derivations

  • YA “*there, over there; (of time) back, ago, [ᴹ√] there, over there; (of time) back, ago”

Element in

Variations

  • Iaur ✧ RC/523; UT/384; WJ/192
Sindarin [RC/523; RC/579; SA/iaur; UT/384; WJ/192] Group: Eldamo. Published by

iaur

adjective. ancient, old, original

Sindarin [Ety/358, Ety/399, S/433, UT/384] Group: SINDICT. Published by

iaur

adjective. older, former

Sindarin [Ety/358, Ety/399, S/433, UT/384] Group: SINDICT. Published by

iaur

old

1) iaur (ior-, iar-) (ancient, former), pl. ioer. Compare ELDER, ELDEST, q.v. 2) brûn (long endured, long established, long in use), lenited vrûn, pl. bruin. Cf. also

iaur

former

iaur (ior-, iar-) (ancient, old), pl. ioer

iaur

ancient

iaur (in compounds ior-, iar-) (old, former), pl. ioer

iarwain

eldest

iarwain (based on Iarwain as a name of Tom Bombadil, perhaps literally ”old-new”).