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Early Quenya

ner

noun. man, husband; warrior

Cognates

  • G. drio “hero, warrior” ✧ GL/30
  • En. nîr “hero, prince, warrior-elf” ✧ PE13/164

Derivations

  • ᴱ√NERE ✧ QL/065

Element in

Variations

  • nēr ✧ GL/30; PE13/164; PE14/043; PE14/072; PE15/75; PE16/113; PE16/135
Early Quenya [GL/30; PE13/164; PE14/032; PE14/042; PE14/043; PE14/047; PE14/048; PE14/050; PE14/054; PE14/055; PE14/071; PE14/072; PE14/079; PE14/081; PE14/083; PE14/084; PE15/32; PE15/74; PE15/75; PE16/111; PE16/113; PE16/114; PE16/135; PME/065; QL/040; QL/065; QL/101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

e-

verb. to be

Derivations

  • ᴱ√Ī “be” ✧ PE16/140

Element in

Early Quenya [PE14/051; PE14/054; PE14/057; PE16/062; PE16/066; PE16/140; PE16/141; PE16/143] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ó-

verb. to be

Derivations

  • ᴱ√Ō “be, exist” ✧ QL/069

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴱ√Ō > ō-[ō-]✧ QL/069

Variations

  • ō- ✧ QL/069
Early Quenya [QL/069] Group: Eldamo. Published by