Sindarin 

ninglor

noun. golden water-flower, golden water-flower, *yellow iris

Cognates

  • ᴺQ. nendalaurë “golden water-flower, yellow iris”

Element in

Elements

WordGloss
nîn“wet, *watery”
glaur“gold [light or colour]”

Variations

  • Ninglor ✧ UT/280

ninglor

noun. golden water-flower, gladden

Sindarin [UT/280-81, UT/450] nîn+glaur "water gold". Group: SINDICT. Published by

elloth

noun. (single) flower

Sindarin [VT/42:18] er- + loth. Group: SINDICT. Published by

lotheg

noun. (single) flower

Sindarin [VT/42:18] loth + -eg. Group: SINDICT. Published by

alf

noun. flower

Cognates

  • Q. alba “flower” ✧ PE17/153

Derivations

  • GALAB “flower” ✧ PE17/153
    • GAL “grow (like plants), flourish, be healthy, be vigorous, bloom, grow (like plants), flourish, be healthy, be vigorous, bloom, [ᴹ√] thrive” ✧ PE17/153

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
GAL-AB > alf[alba] > [alva] > [alv]✧ PE17/153

elanor

noun. a flower, a kind of enlarged pimpernel bearing golden and silver flowers

Sindarin [LotR/VI:IX, UT/432, Letters/402] êl+anor "star-sun". Group: SINDICT. Published by

loth

noun. flower

_n._flower, a single bloom. Q. lóte, lōs.

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:26] < _lotho/a_. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

niphredil

noun. a pale winter flower, snowdrop

Sindarin [Ety/376, Ety/378, LotR/II:VI, Letters/402, X/PH] niphred+-il "little pallor". Group: SINDICT. Published by

loth

noun. flower, inflorescence, a head of small flowers

The noun is collective, a single flower being lotheg

Sindarin [Ety/370, LB/354, VT/42:18, X/LH] Group: SINDICT. Published by

mallos

noun. a golden flower

Sindarin [UT/451, Letters/248] malt+los "flower of gold". Group: SINDICT. Published by

ninglor

gladden

_(noun, _the flower yellow-flag) ninglor (pl.ningloer). Archaic *ninglaur.

edlothia

flower

(verb) #edlothia- (i edlothia, in edlothiar) (to blossom);

loth

flower

loth, pl. lyth (but loth is also glossed ”blossom” and may itself function as a collective term: all the flowers of a plant. For individual flowers cf. the following:)