Sindarin 

maed

adjective. handy, skillful, handy, skillful, [N.] skilled

Variations

  • maed ✧ VT47/06

Cognates

  • Q. maitë “handy, skillful; having a hand, handed; shapely, handy, skillful, [ᴹQ.] skilled; [Q.] having a hand, handed; shapely” ✧ VT47/06

Element in

Sindarin [VT47/06] Group: Eldamo. Published by

maed

adjective. shapely, *pretty

Variations

  • maed ✧ PM/366; VT41/10

Derivations

  • magiti “handy, skilled; shapely” ✧ PM/366; VT41/10

Element in

  • S. Maedhros “*Shapely and Red-haired” ✧ PM/366; VT41/10
  • S. rovaed “*most shapely” ✧ PE17/147

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
magiti- > maed[magiti] > [maɣiti] > [maɣit] > [maɣid] > [maid] > [maed]✧ VT41/10

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
vaedsoft-mutation-✧ PE17/147
Sindarin [PE17/147; PM/366; VT41/10] Group: Eldamo. Published by

maed

adjective. handy, skilled, skilful

Sindarin [Ety/371, VT/47:6, X/OE] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

maed

adjective. shapely

Sindarin [PM/366, VT/41:10] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

maed

handy

maed (lenited vaed; no distinct pl. form) (skilled). Note: a homophone means ”shapely”.

maed

skilled

1) maed (lenited vaed; no distinct pl. form) (handy). Note: a homophone means ”shapely”. 2) maen (lenited vaen; no distinct pl. form) (clever), 3) #flâd (construct flad, pl. flaid). Isolated from the name Fladrif ”skin-bark”.ee HEAVEN. SKY-BRIDGE, see RAINBOW

cadwar

shapely

1) cadwar (lenited gadwar, pl. cedwair), also cadwor (lenited gadwor, pl. cadwoer). Archaic *cadwaur. 2) maed (lenited vaed; no distinct pl. form) (handy). Note: a homophone means ”skilled, handy”.