In the earliest Lost Tales, the name of the son of ᴱQ. Inwe (LT1/22). The son’s name contains an earlier, rejected name ᴱQ. Ing for his father. In unrelated story fragments from the 1920s, the name Ing was also used for a great lord who ruled England (LT2/301), and as such Ingil appeared as an element of the name ᴱQ. Ingilnóre “England” (QL/42). The name ᴹQ. Ingil still appeared in The Etymologies as a derivative of ᴹ√ING (Ety/ING), but in the contemporaneous narratives the name was changed to ᴹQ. Ingwiel. See Q. Ingwion for later developments of this name.
masculine name. Ingil
Ingilmo→ Ingil ✧ LT1/022 Ingilmo→ Ingil ✧ LT1I/Ingil
- Eq. Ingilnóre “Tol Eressea, England” ✧ LT1A/Inwë; QL/042
- Ingilmo ✧ LT1/022 (
Ingilmo); LT1I/Ingil ( Ingilmo)
- INGIL ✧ PE13/099
- Ilwir ✧ PE15/07