Sindarin iT2#7T5

iphant

adjective. aged, having lived long, old (with no connotation of weakness)
Sindarin [Ety/358, Ety/399, VT/46:23, X/PH] în+pant "year-full". Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

ifant

adjective. aged
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* iphant

adjective. aged
Sindarin [WJ/192.0309] Group: Eldamo. Published by

* iphant

aged

iphant (long-lived, litearally ”year-full”), pl. iphaint. The spelling used in the source is ”ifant” (LR:400 s.v. YEN), but since the f arises from earlier (n > m +) p via nasal mutation, it should be written ph according to the spelling conventions described in LotR Appendix E.

* iphant

full of years

iphant (aged, long-lived), pl. iphaint. The spelling used in the source is ”ifant” (LR:400 s.v. YEN), but since the f arises from earlier (n > m +) p via nasal mutation, it should be written ph according to the spelling conventions described in LotR Appendix E.

* iphant

full of years

iphant (aged, long-lived), pl. iphaint. The spelling used in the source is ”ifant” (LR:400 s.v. YEN), but since the f arises from earlier (n > m +) p via nasal mutation, it should be written ph according to the spelling conventions described in LotR Appendix E.

* iphant

long-lived

iphant (aged, literally ”year-full”), pl. iphaint. The spelling used in the source is ”ifant” (LR:400 s.v. YEN), but since the f arises from earlier (n > m +) p via nasal mutation, it should be written ph according to the spelling conventions described in LotR Appendix E.

* iphant

long-lived

iphant (aged, literally ”year-full”), pl. iphaint. The spelling used in the source is ”ifant” (LR:400 s.v. YEN), but since the f arises from earlier (n > m +) p via nasal mutation, it should be written ph according to the spelling conventions described in LotR Appendix E. LONG-SNOUTED ONE (= elephant), annabon, pl. ennebyn, coll. pl. annabonnath. (Archaic form andabon.)

* iphant

year-full

L” (old) iphant (aged, long-lived), pl. iphaint. The spelling used in the source is ”ifant” (LR:400 s.v. YEN), but since the f arises from earlier (n > m +) p via nasal mutation, it should be written ph according to the spelling conventions described in LotR Appendix E.

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

ifant

adjective. aged, having lived long, old (with no connotation of weakness)
Noldorin [Ety/358, Ety/399, VT/46:23, X/PH] în+pant "year-full". Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by