Sindarin 

lond

noun. (land-locked) haven, (land-locked) haven; [N.] narrow path, strait, pass

Cognates

  • Q. londë “(land-locked) haven, (land-locked) haven; [ᴹQ.] road (in sea), fairway, entrance to harbour; gulf” ✧ SA/londë; VT42/10

Derivations

  • LON “*haven, harbour” ✧ VT42/10

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
LON > lond > lonn[londē] > [londe] > [lond] > [lonn]✧ VT42/10

Variations

  • lonn ✧ SA/londë; VT42/10
  • Lond ✧ UT/264
Sindarin [SA/londë; UT/255; UT/264; VT42/10] Group: Eldamo. Published by

lond

noun. narrow path or strait

Sindarin [Ety/348, Ety/370, S/434, UT/450, VT/42:10, X/LH,] Group: SINDICT. Published by

lond

noun. entrance to harbour, land-locked haven

Sindarin [Ety/348, Ety/370, S/434, UT/450, VT/42:10, X/LH,] Group: SINDICT. Published by

lonn

noun. (land-locked) haven, (land-locked) haven; [N.] pass

lonn

noun. entrance to harbour, land-locked haven

Sindarin [Ety/348, Ety/370, S/434, UT/450, VT/42:10, X/LH,] Group: SINDICT. Published by

lonn

noun. narrow path or strait

Sindarin [Ety/348, Ety/370, S/434, UT/450, VT/42:10, X/LH,] Group: SINDICT. Published by

lonnath

noun. havens

Sindarin [WR/294, WR/370] Group: SINDICT. Published by

círbann

noun. haven

Sindarin [Ety/380, X/ND4] cair+pand. Group: SINDICT. Published by

Speculative

noun. path

Element in

lond

haven

lond (harbour, pass, strait; narrow path), pl. lynd, coll. pl. lonnath (as in the name Lonnath Ernin, WR:294)

lond

narrow path

lond (harbour, haven, pass, strait), pl. lynd, coll. pl. lonnath (as in the name Lonnath Ernin, WR:294).

lond

narrow path

lond (harbour, haven, pass, strait), pl. lynd, coll. pl. lonnath (as in the name Lonnath Ernin, WR:294). Verb

lond

strait

lond (harbour, haven, pass; narrow path), pl. lynd, coll. pl. lonnath (as in the name Lonnath Ernin, WR:294)

lorn

haven

lorn (anchorage, harbour, quiet water), pl. lyrn (VT45:29)

cirbann

noun. haven

@@@ círbann in HSD

Sindarin Group: Eldamo - fan adaptations. Published by

círbann

haven

círbann (i gírbann, o chírbann, construct círban), pl. círbain (i chírbain).

hûb

haven

hûb (i chûb, o chûb, contruct hub) (harbor, small landlocked bay), pl. huib (i chuib)

imrad

path

(between mountains, hills or through trackless forest) imrad (pass), pl. imraid.

râd

path

râd (track), construct rad, pl. raid (idh raidh).