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Early Quenya


noun. Autumn


  • G. narcolas “the fall of the leaf, Autumn”


  • Narquelion ✧ LT1/041; LT1I/Narquelion
Early Quenya [LT1/041; LT1I/Narquelion; PME/051; PME/068; PME/072; QL/068] Group: Eldamo. Published by




n·alalmino lalantila“*from the elm-tree falling one by one”
ne·súme lasser pínea“*small leaves were in the wind”
ve sangar voro úmeai“*like throngs ever large”
oïkta rámavoite malinai“*of yellow birds on the wing”
ai lintuilind(ov)a Lasselanta“*oh Fall with its many swallows”
piliningwe súyer nalla qanta“*the airs are so full”
kuluvai ya karnevalinar“*of golden feathers and orange-red ones too”
v’ematte sinqi Eldamar“*that they call to mind the gems of Elven-home”
san rotser simpetalla pinqe“*then pipes playing their thin music”
súlimarya sildai, hiswa timpe“*slender columns of pearl, a dim rain”
san sirilla ter i·aldar“*at that time following through the trees”
lilta lie noldorinwa“*the dancing gnome-folk”
ómalingwe lir’ amaldar“*sang a gentle tune with many voices”
sinqitalla laiqaninwa“*sparkling green and blue”
n·alalmino hyá lanta lasse“*from the elm-tree here a leaf falls”
torwa pior má tarasse“*the dark-brown fruit in the hand of the hawthorns”
tukalla sangar úmeai“*attracting large throngs”
oïkta rámavoite karneambarai“*of red-breasted birds on the wing”
ai lindórea Lasselanta“*oh with singing at dawn Fall”
nierme mintya náre qanta“*reminds me that it is filled with grief”