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Middle Primitive Elvish

mor

root. *black, dark

Derivatives

  • Ilk. myrilind “nightingale” ✧ Ety/TIN
  • ᴹ✶mori “black” ✧ Ety/MOR
    • ᴹQ. more “black, dark” ✧ Ety/MOR
    • N. môr “black” ✧ Ety/MOR
  • ᴹ✶mǭri “blackness, dark, night” ✧ Ety/MOR
    • Ilk. môr “night” ✧ EtyAC/MOR
    • ᴹQ. móre “blackness, dark, night” ✧ EtyAC/MOR
    • N. maur “gloom” ✧ EtyAC/MOR
  • ᴹQ. mordo “[dark] stain, smear; obscurity, dimness, shadow” ✧ Ety/MOR
  • ᴹQ. morna “gloomy, sombre” ✧ Ety/MOR
  • N. morn “black” ✧ Ety/MOR

Element in

  • ᴹQ. Morimando “Dark Mando” ✧ Ety/MOR
  • ᴹQ. Mormakil “Black Sword”
  • N. Helevorn “Black Glass” ✧ Ety/KHYEL(ES)
  • N. môr “black” ✧ EtyAC/LOƷ (môr)
  • N. Morannon “Black Gate”
  • N. Morbenn “Dark Elf” ✧ Ety/MOR (Morbenn)
  • N. Morgoth “Black Foe” ✧ Ety/MOR
Middle Primitive Elvish [Ety/KHYEL(ES); Ety/MOR; Ety/TIN; EtyAC/LOƷ; EtyAC/MAK] Group: Eldamo. Published by

mori

adjective. black

Derivatives

  • ᴹQ. more “black, dark” ✧ Ety/MOR
  • N. môr “black” ✧ Ety/MOR

Derivations

  • ᴹ√MOR “*black, dark” ✧ Ety/MOR

Element in

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