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Gnomish

na

preposition. of (the)

Element in

Variations

  • na· ✧ GG/09
  • nan· ✧ GG/09
  • nan ✧ GG/11; GG/15; GG/15; LT2A/Duilin
  • na·² ✧ GL/59
  • nan- ✧ GL/59
Gnomish [GG/07; GG/09; GG/11; GG/15; GL/17; GL/42; GL/44; GL/59; LT1A/Turuhalmë; LT2A/Dor-na-Dhaideloth; LT2A/Duilin; LT2A/Fôs’Almir; LT2A/Nauglafring; PE13/095] Group: Eldamo. Published by

na-

verb. to be

Changes

  • nithi ✧ GL/58

Cognates

  • Eq. ná- “to be, exist”

Derivations

  • ᴱ√ “be, exist”

Element in

Variations

  • na-¹ ✧ GL/58
  • ni ✧ GL/58 (ni)
Gnomish [GG/09; GL/58] Group: Eldamo. Published by

nan

preposition. of

a

preposition. of

-a

suffix. genitive suffix

Cognates

  • Eq. -o “genitive ending” ✧ GG/10; GG/10

Derivations

  • ᴱ✶ ✧ GG/10; GG/10
Gnomish [GG/10; GL/17] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-n

suffix. genitive suffix

Cognates

  • Eq. -n “genitive suffix” ✧ GG/10
  • Eq. -o “genitive ending” ✧ GG/10

-ra

suffix. adjective suffix

Element in

  • G. gwandra “beautiful” ✧ LT1A/Vána
  • G. bodra “back(ward), hinder, rear” ✧ GL/23
  • G. cingra “plaited” ✧ GL/26
  • G. hadra “opposing, facing, opposite; equivalent” ✧ GL/47
  • G. egra “distant, far away” ✧ GL/32
  • G. aithra “piercing, sharp; thorny” ✧ GL/18
  • G. fodra “the last, latest, endmost” ✧ GL/35
  • G. gwadhra “habitable” ✧ GL/47
  • G. hamra “lowly, lowlying; base” ✧ GL/48
  • G. hagra “seated” ✧ GL/47

Variations

  • -ra ✧ GL/18 (-ra); GL/23 (-ra); GL/26 (-ra); GL/32 (-ra); GL/35 (-ra); GL/47 (-ra); GL/47 (-ra); GL/47 (-ra); GL/48 (-ra); LT1A/Vána (-ra)
Gnomish [GL/18; GL/23; GL/26; GL/32; GL/35; GL/47; GL/48; LT1A/Vána] Group: Eldamo. Published by

a(n)

preposition. of

Derivations

  • ᴱ✶ā ✧ PE13/108

Element in

Variations

  • ✧ GG/07; GL/17; GL/49; LT1A/Uolë Kúvion; LT1I/Gilfanon
  • an ✧ GG/11; GL/26; GL/26; LT2A/Cûm an-Idrisaith
  • a ✧ GG/11; GL/34; GL/46; GL/64; LT1A/Cûm a Gumlaith; LT2A/Falasquil; LT2A/Teld Quing Ilon; LT2A/Tôn a Gwedrin; PE13/093; PE13/108
Gnomish [GG/07; GG/11; GG/12; GL/17; GL/26; GL/34; GL/46; GL/49; GL/64; LT1A/Cûm a Gumlaith; LT1A/Uolë Kúvion; LT1I/Gilfanon; LT2A/Cûm an-Idrisaith; LT2A/Falasquil; LT2A/Teld Quing Ilon; LT2A/Tôn a Gwedrin; PE13/093; PE13/108] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(r)in

suffix. adjective suffix

Element in

  • G. angrin “of iron, iron” ✧ GL/19
  • G. anothrin “adult (of men), fullgrown; manly” ✧ GL/19
  • G. aulin “wrong” ✧ GL/20
  • G. baldrin “mighty” ✧ GL/21
  • G. belin “expanded, unrolled, unfurled, set (of sails)” ✧ GL/22
  • G. benin “shapely, pretty” ✧ GL/22
  • G. bedhin “wedded, married” ✧ GL/22
  • G. felegrin “equable” ✧ GL/34
  • G. felthadrin “probable” ✧ GL/34
  • G. blethrin “gracious, kind” ✧ GL/23
  • G. celchin “of glass” ✧ GL/25
  • G. celebrin “of silver” ✧ GL/25
  • G. cîrin “present (place or time), modern” ✧ GL/26
  • G. clogrin “stony, stone-like” ✧ GL/26
  • G. codrin “nutty” ✧ GL/26
  • G. crogin “hooked” ✧ GL/27
  • G. culwin “golden” ✧ GL/27
  • G. curin “magical” ✧ GL/28 (curin)
  • G. dribin “worn out” ✧ GL/30
  • G. elegrin “different, strange” ✧ GL/32
  • G. Egladrin
  • G. egrin “wide, vast, broad; far” ✧ GL/32
  • G. erethrin “isolated, solitary, lonely” ✧ GL/33
  • G. embrin “by name, named” ✧ GL/32 (embrin)
  • G. fadrin “sufficient” ✧ GL/33
  • G. fadin “sated, saturated” ✧ GL/33
  • G. fathrin “tasselled” ✧ GL/34
  • G. fegrin “free” ✧ QL/037
  • G. fidhrin “haired”
  • G. flathrin “foamy, tasseled” ✧ GL/35
  • G. fofrin “foolish” ✧ GL/35
  • G. gaisin “of steel” ✧ GL/37
  • G. gaithrin “like steel” ✧ GL/37
  • G. gedrin “sib, akin” ✧ GL/38
  • G. gîrin “bygone, old, belonging to former days, olden, former, ancient” ✧ GL/38
  • G. glanthin “cleanly, pure” ✧ GL/39
  • G. glanwethrin “cleanly, pure” ✧ GL/39
  • G. glastrin “marble” ✧ GL/39
  • G. glathrin “brilliant, lucent” ✧ GL/39
  • G. glen(d)rin “slender” ✧ GL/39
  • G. glôrin “golden, of gold” ✧ GL/40
  • G. glothrin “white, clear white” ✧ GL/40
  • G. godaithri(o)n “learned, educated” ✧ GL/40
  • G. gudhrin “inflamed, burning hot” ✧ GL/42
  • G. haithin “gone, departed, lost” ✧ GL/47
  • G. fedhin “bound by agreement; ally, friend”
  • G. gwegrin “masculine” ✧ GL/44
  • G. ganothrin “youthful” ✧ GL/37
  • G. giothrin “embryonic” ✧ GL/39
  • G. celegrin “glassy, like glass” ✧ GL/25
  • G. hethrin “of the same family (in a close sense), consanguine” ✧ GL/48
  • G. haugrin “lowly, humble, mean” ✧ GL/48
  • G. cagrin “funny, amusing” ✧ GL/24
  • G. glingrin “musical” ✧ GL/39
  • G. ausin “rich; fortune” ✧ GL/20
  • G. gwethrin “welcome, acceptable” ✧ GL/47
  • G. fagin “cut” ✧ GL/33
  • G. aurin “made (by craft of hand), wrought, fashioned” ✧ GL/20
  • G. gerin “metallic” ✧ GL/38
  • G. fostrin “odorous” ✧ GL/36

Variations

  • -rin ✧ GL/19 (-rin); GL/19 (-rin); GL/21 (-rin); GL/23 (-rin); GL/24 (-rin); GL/25 (-rin); GL/25 (-rin); GL/26 (-rin); GL/26 (-rin); GL/26 (-rin); GL/32 (-rin); GL/32 (-rin); GL/32 (-rin); GL/33 (-rin); GL/33 (-rin); GL/34 (-rin); GL/34 (-rin); GL/34 (-rin); GL/35 (-rin); GL/35 (-rin); GL/36 (-rin); GL/37 (-rin); GL/37 (-rin); GL/38 (-rin); GL/39 (-rin); GL/39 (-rin); GL/39 (-rin); GL/39 (-rin); GL/39 (-rin); GL/39 (-rin); GL/40 (-rin); GL/40 (-rin); GL/44 (-rin); GL/47 (-rin); GL/48 (-rin); GL/48 (-rin); QL/037 (-rin)
  • -in ✧ GL/20 (-in); GL/20 (-in); GL/20 (-in); GL/22 (-in); GL/22 (-in); GL/22 (-in); GL/25 (-in); GL/27 (-in); GL/27 (-in); GL/28 (-in); GL/30 (-in); GL/33 (-in); GL/33 (-in); GL/37 (-in); GL/38 (-in); GL/38 (-in); GL/39 (-in); GL/40 (-in); GL/42 (-in); GL/47 (-in)
Gnomish [GL/19; GL/20; GL/21; GL/22; GL/23; GL/24; GL/25; GL/26; GL/27; GL/28; GL/30; GL/32; GL/33; GL/34; GL/35; GL/36; GL/37; GL/38; GL/39; GL/40; GL/42; GL/44; GL/47; GL/48; QL/037] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-(i)ol

suffix. adjective suffix

Element in

  • G. aglar(i)ol “glorious” ✧ GL/17
  • G. barchol “terrible, awful” ✧ GL/22
  • G. bodruithol “vengeful (by nature)” ✧ GL/23 (bodruithol)
  • G. bronniol “constant, faithful” ✧ GL/24
  • G. cancol “laughing” ✧ GL/24 (cancol)
  • G. cauthiol “tasteful, endowed with good taste; discreet, circumspect” ✧ GL/24
  • G. clochiol “stone” ✧ GL/40
  • G. gumriol “burdensome” ✧ GL/43
  • G. cucthol “painstaking” ✧ GL/27
  • G. cunghol “painstaking” ✧ GL/27
  • G. diriol “tedious” ✧ GL/30
  • G. drauthiol “arduous, labourious” ✧ GL/30
  • G. egriol “excessive”
  • G. enwiol “nominal” ✧ GL/32
  • G. dairiol “merry (of things), funny” ✧ GL/29
  • G. glarossiol “dazzling” ✧ GL/39
  • G. glôriol “golden, like gold” ✧ GL/40
  • G. gudhriol “inflamed, inflammatory” ✧ GL/42
  • G. gwassiol “rushing, noisy, loud, rustling or splashing” ✧ GL/44
  • G. gwenniniol “maiden(ly), girlish” ✧ GL/45
  • G. gwilbriniol “like a butterfly” ✧ GL/45
  • G. gwirthol “reluctant” ✧ GL/46
  • G. bridol “changing, varying, variable” ✧ GL/24
  • G. hadhol “abiding; enduring, constant, faithful” ✧ GL/47
  • G. hadruithol “vengeful” ✧ GL/47
  • G. hiriol “anxious” ✧ GL/49
  • G. gwiniol “feminine” ✧ GL/45
  • G. gimriol “audible, noticeable” ✧ GL/38
  • G. gwesol “affable” ✧ GL/47
  • G. gothriol “warlike” ✧ GL/42
  • G. brigol “afraid; fearful, timid” ✧ GL/24

Variations

  • -ol ✧ GL/17 (-ol); GL/22 (-ol); GL/23 (-ol); GL/24 (-ol); GL/24 (-ol); GL/24 (-ol); GL/27 (-ol); GL/27 (-ol); GL/38 (-ol); GL/42 (-ol); GL/42 (-ol); GL/43 (-ol); GL/46 (-ol); GL/47 (-ol); GL/47 (-ol); GL/47 (-ol)
  • -iol ✧ GL/24 (-iol); GL/24 (-iol); GL/29 (-iol); GL/30 (-iol); GL/30 (-iol); GL/32 (-iol); GL/39 (-iol); GL/40 (-iol); GL/40 (-iol); GL/44 (-iol); GL/45 (-iol); GL/45 (-iol); GL/45 (-iol); GL/49 (-iol)
Gnomish [GL/17; GL/22; GL/23; GL/24; GL/27; GL/29; GL/30; GL/32; GL/38; GL/39; GL/40; GL/42; GL/43; GL/44; GL/45; GL/46; GL/47; GL/49] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-r(i)ol

suffix. adjective suffix

Element in

Variations

  • -rol ✧ GL/17 (-rol); GL/25 (-rol); GL/48 (-rol)
  • -riol ✧ GL/24 (-riol); GL/25 (-riol); GL/29 (-riol); GL/32 (-riol); GL/42 (-riol)
Gnomish [GL/17; GL/24; GL/25; GL/29; GL/32; GL/42; GL/48] Group: Eldamo. Published by

-wed

suffix. adjective suffix

Element in

  • G. caithonwed “original” ✧ GL/24
  • G. celchwed “glassy” ✧ GL/25
  • G. clogwed “stony, stone-covered” ✧ GL/26
  • G. codwed “nutbearing” ✧ GL/26
  • G. dairwed “merry, funny (common)” ✧ GL/29
  • G. deldrinwed “beechen” ✧ GL/30
  • G. drogwed “servile, slavish; base, mean” ✧ GL/31
  • G. faronwed “foreign” ✧ GL/34
  • G. egwed “far, distant” ✧ PE13/113
  • G. fathwed “tasselled” ✧ GL/34
  • G. galwed “brilliant, shining” ✧ PE13/114
  • G. godaithrinwed “grammatical” ✧ GL/40
  • G. gonwed “rocky” ✧ GL/41
  • G. grithonwed “thoughtful, careful; unselfish” ✧ GL/42
  • G. gwavwed “windy” ✧ GL/43
  • G. gwegwed “male” ✧ GL/44
  • G. hilwed “adolescent” ✧ GL/49
  • G. gwinwed “female” ✧ GL/45
  • G. erwed “unique” ✧ GL/33
  • G. fedhwed “lawful”
  • G. calwed “flourishing, adolescent” ✧ GL/25
  • G. fabwed “corpulent” ✧ GL/34
Gnomish [GL/24; GL/25; GL/26; GL/29; GL/30; GL/31; GL/33; GL/34; GL/40; GL/41; GL/42; GL/43; GL/44; GL/45; GL/49; PE13/113; PE13/114] Group: Eldamo. Published by

to

proper name. To

Cognates

  • Eq. Tombo “Gong (of the Children)” ✧ PE15/07

-thol Reconstructed

suffix. adjective suffix

Element in