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Early Quenya

melko

masculine name. Melko

Variations

  • melko ✧ PE14/069

Changes

  • MelkoMelkor ✧ LT1/079

Derivations

Cognates

  • G. Belcha “Melko” ✧ GL/18; GL/22; LT2I/Belcha; PE15/08; PE15/21; SMI/Belcha; LT1A/Melko; PE13/101; PE14/012
  • En. Maileg ✧ PE13/149

Element in

  • Eq. nalto fustúme ma Melkon i “*they can be smelled out by Melko whom” ✧ PE15/32
  • Eq. Malkarauke “Balrogs, fire-demons, balrogs, fire demon, Melko’s demons” ✧ QL/060 (melkaraukir)

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
Melkongenitive-✧ PE15/32
Early Quenya [GL/18; GL/22; LBI/Melko; LT1/079; LT1A/Melko; LT1I/Melko; LT2I/Belcha; LT2I/Melko; PE13/101; PE13/149; PE14/012; PE14/069; PE15/08; PE15/21; PE15/32; QL/060; SMI/Belcha] Group: Eldamo. Published by

yelur

masculine name. Melko

A name of Melko in the Qenya and Gnomish Lexicons from the 1910s (QL/106; GL/18), along with other early name lists (PE13/103; PE14/12). It was derived from the root ᴱ√DYELE having to do with the cold (QL/106). The variants Yeloimu and Yelusto also appeared (GL/38; PE13/103; PE15/24).

Variations

  • Yeloimu ✧ GL/38; LT1A/Melko; PE15/21
  • Yelusto ✧ PE13/103; PE15/24 (Yelusto)
  • Yeloisu ✧ PE15/21 (Yeloisu)
  • Yeliomu ✧ PE15/24
  • ’Yelur ✧ QL/106

Changes

  • YeloisuYeloimu ✧ PE15/21
  • YelustoYeliomu ✧ PE15/24

Derivations

  • ᴱ√DYELE “*cold” ✧ LT1A/Melko; QL/106

Cognates

  • G. Geluim “Ice” ✧ GL/38; PE15/21; PE15/24; GL/18; LT1A/Melko; PE13/103; PE14/012

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
’Yelur-stem-✧ QL/106
’Yelus-stem-✧ QL/106
Early Quenya [GL/18; GL/38; LT1A/Melko; PE13/103; PE14/012; PE15/21; PE15/24; QL/106] Group: Eldamo. Published by