Quenya 

nor-

prefix. fear

Variations

  • ñor ✧ PE17/172 (ñor)

Derivations

  • ÑGOR “dread, terror, fear, horror” ✧ PE17/172

Cognates

  • S. gor “horror, dread, fear” ✧ PE17/172

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ÑGOR > ñor[ŋgor] > [ŋor] > [nor]✧ PE17/172
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nor-

verb. run

Quenya [PE 22:155] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

nor-

run (or leap: of animals, men etc.)

nor- vb. "run (or leap: of animals, men etc.)", pa.t. nornë (PE17:58, 168); cf. nórima, nornoro-

nor-

verb. to run (or leap, of animals or men)

Variations

  • nor- ✧ PE17/168

Derivations

  • NOR “run (or leap) of animals or men, run (or leap) of animals or men; [ᴹ√] run as of wheels, roll along, [ᴱ√] go smoothly, ride, spin” ✧ PE17/168

Cognates

  • S. nor- “to run (or leap) of animals or men, to run (or leap) of animals or men; [G.] to roll [of vehicles]” ✧ PE17/168

Element in

  • Q. á norë amnórië “run with more running, run faster” ✧ PE17/094; PE17/094
  • Q. norië “race, running, running, race” ✧ PE17/168
  • Q. nórima “strong/swift at running, swiftly running a course”
  • Q. normë “race, running, race (running)” ✧ PE17/168
  • Q. nornë lintië “he ran quickly” ✧ PE17/058; PE17/059
  • Q. nornë lintieryanen “he ran as swiftly as he could, (lit.) he ran with his speed” ✧ PE17/058; PE17/059
  • Q. norolinda “*tripping lightly”
  • Q. norta- “to make run (specially used of riding horses or other animals), ride”

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
NOR > nor-[nor-]✧ PE17/168

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
nornepast“he ran”✧ PE17/058; PE17/058; PE17/059; PE17/168
noreaorist“run”✧ PE17/094
amnórieintensive gerund“with more running, faster”✧ PE17/094
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nór

noun. land

Variations

  • nōr ✧ PE17/106

Derivations

  • ndorē “land” ✧ PE17/106
    • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413
  • ndōro “land” ✧ WJ/413
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ndōr > nōr[ndōr] > [nōr]✧ PE17/106
ndōro > nór[ndōro] > [ndōr] > [nōr]✧ WJ/413

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
nŏr-stem-✧ PE17/106
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nór

land

nór noun "land" (stem nor-, PE17:106) this is land as opposed to water and sea (nor in Letters:308). Cf. nórë.

ñor

fear

[ñor noun? prefix? "fear" (PE17:172)]

-ndor

land

-ndor, final element in compounds: "land" (Letters:308, UT:253)

nornoro-

run on, run smoothly

nornoro- vb. "run on, run smoothly" (LT1:263). Compare nor-.

nóre

noun. land

Quenya [PE 22:116, 124] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

nórë

noun. land, country; †people, race, tribe, land, country, [ᴹQ.] region where certain people live, [ᴱQ.] nation; [Q.] †people, race, tribe, [ᴹQ.] folk, [ᴱQ.] family

Variations

  • nōrë ✧ Let/303
  • nóre ✧ Let/361; PE17/072; PE17/080; PE17/107; PE17/169; PE19/076; WJ/413
  • nōre ✧ PE17/072; PE17/106
  • nôr ✧ PE17/107

Derivations

  • nōrē “kindred, race” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107; PE17/169; WJ/413
    • NŌ/ONO “beget, give birth to; be born, beget, give birth to; be born; [ᴱ√] become” ✧ PE17/026; PE17/106; PE17/107; PE17/169; WJ/413
  • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/072; PE17/181
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
  • ndorē “land” ✧ PE17/107; PE19/076
    • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Cognates

  • S. nos(s) “family, kindred, clan, house; race, tribe, people” ✧ PE17/169

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
NDOR > nōre[ndōre] > [nōre]✧ PE17/072
nōrē > nórë[nōrē] > [nōre]✧ PE17/106
nō-rē > nóre[nōrē] > [nōre]✧ PE17/107
NDŌR/NDŎR- > nôr[ndōr] > [nōr]✧ PE17/107
(o)nō-re > nóre[nōre]✧ PE17/169
ndŏr > nŏr[ndor] > [nor]✧ PE17/181
ndōrē > nóre[ndōrē] > [nōrē] > [nōre]✧ PE19/076
nōrē > nóre[nōrē] > [nōre]✧ WJ/413

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
-norsuffix-✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
nŏr-prefix-✧ PE17/107
nŏraffix“land”✧ PE17/181
nóreogenitive“of the land”✧ UT/305; UT/317
#nórëogenitive-✧ WJ/369
Quenya [Let/303; Let/361; PE17/072; PE17/080; PE17/106; PE17/107; PE17/169; PE17/181; PE19/076; SA/dôr; UT/305; UT/317; WJ/369; WJ/413] Group: Eldamo. Published by

nórë

land

nórë noun "land" (associated with a particular people) (WJ:413), "country, land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live, race, clan" (NŌ, NDOR, BAL), also used = "race, tribe, people" (SA:dôr, PE17:169; however, the normal word for "people" is lië). Early "Qenya" hasnórë "native land, nation, family, country" (in compounds -nor) (LT1:272)

nórima

strong/swift at running

nórima adj. "strong/swift at running" (VT49:29); see nor-

yur-

run

yur- vb. "run" (quoted in form yurin, translated "runs", but within Tolkien's later framework it looks like a 1st person aorist "I run")-QL:106 (cf. entry YUR in Etym)

caurë

fear

caurë _("k")_noun "fear" (LT1:257)

thosso

fear

thosso (þossë) noun "fear" in Old Quenya (PE17:87, there spelt with the letter þ, not the digraph th)

þossë

noun. fear

Variations

  • þosse ✧ PE17/087 (þosse)

Derivations

  • THOS “frighten, terrify; show dread of” ✧ PE17/087

Cognates

  • S. thoss “fear” ✧ PE17/087

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ÞOS > þosse[tʰosse] > [θosse] > [sosse]✧ PE17/087
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yur-

verb. to run

Derivations

  • ᴹ√YUR “run”
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yur-

verb. to run

sossë

noun. fear

Derivations

  • THOS “frighten, terrify; show dread of”

Element in

  • ᴺQ. sossëa “fearful, afraid”
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Sindarin 

nor-

verb. to run

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nor-

verb. to run (or leap) of animals or men, to run (or leap) of animals or men; [G.] to roll [of vehicles]

Derivations

  • NOR “run (or leap) of animals or men, run (or leap) of animals or men; [ᴹ√] run as of wheels, roll along, [ᴱ√] go smoothly, ride, spin” ✧ PE17/168

Cognates

  • Q. nor- “to run (or leap, of animals or men)” ✧ PE17/168

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
NOR > nor-[nor-]✧ PE17/168
NOR > onur[onōre] > [onūre] > [onūr] > [onur]✧ PE17/168

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
noroimperative-✧ LotR/0213; PE17/018
onurpast-✧ PE17/168 preterite
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nor-

verb. to ride

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nor-

verb. run (of men and animals using legs : not of fluids

_v. _run (of men and animals using legs : not of fluids, etc.). Pret. onur. >> noro, northa-

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:18:168] < NOR run (or leap: of animals, men, _etc._). Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

dor

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

The form dor in the Etymologies is a misreading, see VT/45. In composition and in toponyms, the word is nevertheless reduced to Dor

Sindarin [Ety/376, S/430, WJ/413, Letters/417, VT/45:38, R] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

dôr

noun. land, land, [N.] region where certain people live, [ᴱN.] country; [G.] people of the land

Variations

  • Dor ✧ Let/417; MR/200; PE17/133; S/121; S/188; SI/Doriath; UT/245; UTI/Doriath; WJ/192
  • dor ✧ Let/427; RC/384
  • -dor ✧ PE17/164
  • Dôr ✧ WJ/370

Derivations

  • ndorē “land” ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr; WJ/413
    • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Cognates

  • Q. -ndor “land, country” ✧ SA/dôr

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ndor > -dor[-ndorē] > [-ndore] > [-ndor] > [-dor]✧ PE17/164
ndor > dôr[ndorē] > [ndore] > [dore] > [dor] > [dōr]✧ SA/dôr
ndorē > dôr[ndorē] > [ndore] > [dore] > [dor] > [dōr]✧ WJ/413
ndorē > -ndor > -nor/-nnor[-ndorē] > [-ndore] > [-ndor] > [-nnor]✧ WJ/413

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
-nor/-nnorsuffix“land”✧ WJ/413
Sindarin [Let/417; Let/427; MR/200; PE17/133; PE17/164; RC/384; S/121; S/188; SA/dôr; SI/Doriath; UT/245; UTI/Doriath; WJ/192; WJ/370; WJ/413] Group: Eldamo. Published by

dôr

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

The form dor in the Etymologies is a misreading, see VT/45. In composition and in toponyms, the word is nevertheless reduced to Dor

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thos

noun. fear

_ n. _fear. O.Q. þosse. >> di'nguruthos

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:87] < ÞOS frighten, terrify. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

thoss

noun. fear

Variations

  • thos(s) ✧ PE17/087

Derivations

  • THOS “frighten, terrify; show dread of” ✧ PE17/087

Cognates

Element in

  • S. guruthos “death-horror, shadow of death, death-horror, shadow of death, [N.] fear of death” ✧ PE17/087
  • ᴺS. thossui “fearful, afraid”

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ÞOS > thos(s)[tʰosse] > [θosse] > [θoss]✧ PE17/087
Sindarin [PE17/087] Group: Eldamo. Published by

nor

run

(verb) 1) nor- (i nôr, in nerir). Only attested as imperative noro! 2) *yr-. Only the ”Old Noldorin” form yurine* ”I run” is given in the source; the verbal stem would become ior**- in ”Noldorin”, but apparently *yr- in Sindarin. Compare COURSE, q.v., where the words come from the same root __-.

dôr

land

1) dôr (i nôr, construct dor) (dwelling place, region), pl. dŷr (i ndŷr), coll. pl. dorath (WJ:413), 2) bâr (dwelling, house, home, family; earth) (i mâr, o mbâr, construct bar), pl. bair (i mbair). Also -bar, -mar at the end of compounds.

achas

fear

(noun) 1) achas (dread), pl. echais. It is possible that the word is lenited in the source, and that it should have an initial g-; if so read gachas (i **achas), pl. gechais (i ngechais = i ñechais), 2) dêl (i dhêl, construct del) (disgust, loathing, horror), pl. dîl (i nîl), 3) delos (i dhelos) (horror, abhorrence, dread, detestation, loathing), pl. delys (i nelys), coll. pl. delossath. Note: a side-form ends in -oth (pl. -yth) instead of -os (-ys). 4) gôr (i ngôr = i ñor, o n**gôr = o ñgôr, construct gor) (dread, horror), pl. gŷr (i ngŷr = i ñŷr). Note: a homophone means ”vigour” but has different mutations. 5) niphred (pallor); pl. niphrid.

Nandorin 

dóri-

noun. land

Isolated from Lindórinan. The independent form of the word may differ; it is unclear where the i of the compound Lindórinan comes from. In the Etymologies, the Eldarin words for "land" are derived from a stem NDOR "dwell, stay, rest, abide" (LR:376).

No Nandorin word is there listed, but Sindarin dor is derived from primitive ndorê. Notice, however, that Tolkien many years later derived the Eldarin words for "land" from a stem DORO "dried up, hard, unyielding" (WJ:413). However, this later source does confirm that the Primitive Quendian form was ndorê, now thought to be formed by initial enrichment d > nd. This is defined as "the hard, dry land as opposed to water or bog", later developing the meaning "land in general as opposed to sea", and finally also "a land" as a particular region, "with more or less defined bounds".

Whether dóri- actually comes from ndorê is highly doubtful (this would rather yield *dora in Nandorin), but it must be derived from the same set of stems.

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Adûnaic

thâni

noun. land

A noun translated “land” (SD/435) appearing in the Adûnaic names for the Blessed Realm: Amatthâni and thâni’nAmân. Its Primitive Adûnaic form was also ✶thāni, though its primitive was glossed “realm" (SD/420).

Variations

  • thāni ✧ SD/435

Derivations

Element in

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zâyan

noun. land

An Adûnaic word for “land” (SD/423). It has an irregular plural form zâin which is the result of the phonetic change (SD/423): [[pad|medial [w] and [j] vanished before [u] and [i]]]. Thus, the archaic plural changed from †zâyîn > zâîn > zâin.

Conceptual Development: In earlier names this word appeared as zen (SD/378, 385).

Variations

  • zāyan ✧ SD/423

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
Ad. zāyīn > *zāīn > zâin[zājīn] > [zāīn] > [zāin]✧ SD/423

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
zâinplural-✧ SD/423
†zāyīnplural-✧ SD/423
zāinplural-✧ SD/429; SD/435
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Primitive elvish

ndorē

noun. land

Variations

  • (n)dor ✧ Let/384
  • ndōr ✧ PE17/106
  • NDŌR/NDŎR- ✧ PE17/107
  • ndor ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr
  • ndōrē ✧ PE19/076; VT42/04

Derivatives

  • Q. -ndor “land, country” ✧ SA/dôr
  • Q. nór “land” ✧ PE17/106
  • Q. nórë “land, country; †people, race, tribe, land, country, [ᴹQ.] region where certain people live, [ᴱQ.] nation; [Q.] †people, race, tribe, [ᴹQ.] folk, [ᴱQ.] family” ✧ PE17/107; PE19/076
  • S. dôr “land, land, [N.] region where certain people live, [ᴱN.] country; [G.] people of the land” ✧ PE17/164; SA/dôr; WJ/413

Derivations

  • NDOR “land; hard, firm; [ᴹ√] dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ PE17/106; PE17/107
    • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding”
  • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413

Element in

  • etlā-ndŏrē “Eglador” ✧ VT42/04; VT42/04
  • mbar-ndor “home land, native land” ✧ PE17/164
  • Q. Endórë “Middle Earth, (lit.) Middle Land” ✧ Let/384
  • Q. Valandor “Land of the Valar” ✧ WJ/413
  • S. Ennor “Middle-earth” ✧ Let/384
  • S. Eriador “Lonely Land” ✧ VT42/04
  • S. Thonador ✧ VT42/04
Primitive elvish [Let/384; PE17/106; PE17/107; PE17/164; PE19/076; SA/dôr; VT42/04; WJ/413] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ndōro

noun. land

Derivatives

  • Q. nór “land” ✧ WJ/413

Derivations

  • DOR “hard, tough, dried up, unyielding” ✧ WJ/413
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Noldorin 

nor-

verb. *to run

Derivations

  • ᴹ√NOR “run as of wheels, roll along”

Element in

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
noraimperative-✧ RS/196
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dor

noun. land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live

The form dor in the Etymologies is a misreading, see VT/45. In composition and in toponyms, the word is nevertheless reduced to Dor

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gosta-

verb. to fear exceedingly

Noldorin [Ety/359] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

del

noun. fear, disgust, loathing, horror

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Qenya 

nyor-

verb. to run

Doriathrin

dôr

noun. land

A Doriathrin noun for “land” (EtyAC/NDOR) apparently from primitive ᴹ✶ndorē (Ety/NDOR). If its primitive form indeed had a short [o], then this word may be an example of how short vowels sometimes lengthened in monosyllables in Ilkorin.

Variations

  • Dor ✧ Ety/THŌN

Derivations

  • ᴹ✶ndorē “land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live” ✧ Ety/NDOR
    • ᴹ√NDOR “dwell, stay, rest, abide” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Cognates

  • N. dôr “land, dwelling-place, region where certain people live” ✧ Ety/NDOR

Element in

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴹ✶ndorē > dôr[ndorē] > [ndore] > [ndor] > [ndōr] > [dōr]✧ Ety/NDOR
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Old Noldorin 

yur-

verb. to run

Derivations

  • ᴹ√YUR “run” ✧ Ety/YUR

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴹ√YUR > yurine[jur-]✧ Ety/YUR

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
yurineaorist 1st-sg“I run”✧ Ety/YUR
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Middle Primitive Elvish

yur

root. run

A root in The Etymologies of the 1930s glossed “run” with derivatives like ON. yur- “run” and N. iôr “course” (Ety/YUR). It was a later iteration of ᴱ√ẎURU “run” from the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s with derivatives like ᴱQ. yuro “a run, race” and ᴱQ. yuru- “run” (QL/106). For purposes of Neo-Eldarin, it is probably better to stick to the better attested root √NOR.

Derivatives

  • ᴺQ. yur- “to run”
  • On. yur- “to run” ✧ Ety/YUR
  • On. yura “course” ✧ Ety/YUR
    • N. iôr “course” ✧ Ety/YUR
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gayas

root. fear

A root in The Etymologies of the 1930s glossed “fear” (Ety/GÁYAS). One of its derivatives, N. gaer “dreadful” (< ᴹ✶gaisrā), was given a new etymology in the Quendi and Eldar essay of 1959-60, where S. gaer “awful, fearful” was derived from ✶gairā (WJ/400). However, it is conceivable that √GAYAS could have survived as an extension of later the root √GAY “astound, make aghast”.

Variations

  • GÁYAS ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
  • GAISA ✧ PE18/039

Derivatives

  • ᴹ✶gaisrā “dreadful” ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
    • On. gērrha “dreadful” ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
    • N. gaer “dreadful” ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
  • ᴹ✶gais- “to dread” ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
    • ᴹQ. aista- “to dread” ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
  • On. gaia “dread” ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
    • N. gae “dread” ✧ Ety/GÁYAS
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noun. land

Variations

  • mā- ✧ PE21/38

Derivatives

  • ᴹQ. “land, region” ✧ PE21/38
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Gnomish

nor-

verb. to run, roll

Derivations

  • ᴱ√NORO “run, go smoothly, ride, spin” ✧ LT1A/Nornorë

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
nûripast-✧ GL/61
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Early Noldorin

gost

noun. fear

Early Noldorin [PE13/145] Group: Eldamo. Published by

pant

noun. fear

Variations

  • cwant ✧ PE13/121
  • pant ✧ PE13/121; PE13/152

Changes

  • cwantpant “fear” ✧ PE13/121

Element in

  • En. pathren “fearful” ✧ PE13/152

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
i·gwantsoft-mutation-✧ PE13/121
o·chwantstop-mutation-✧ PE13/121
i·chwaintnasal-mutation plural-✧ PE13/121
-o·chwaintstop-mutation-✧ PE13/121
i·bantsoft-mutation-✧ PE13/121
o·fantstop-mutation-✧ PE13/121
i·faintnasal-mutation plural-✧ PE13/121
Early Noldorin [PE13/121; PE13/152] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Early Primitive Elvish

ẏuru

root. run

Derivatives

  • Eq. yuro “a run, race” ✧ QL/106
  • Eq. yuru- “to run” ✧ QL/106
Early Primitive Elvish [QL/106] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Early Quenya

nyor-

verb. to run

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nyoro-

verb. to run

Variations

  • nyor ✧ PE16/132 (nyor)
  • nyor- ✧ PE16/134

Changes

  • nyornyoro- ✧ PE16/132
Early Quenya [PE16/132; PE16/134] Group: Eldamo. Published by

yuru-

verb. to run

Derivations

  • ᴱ√ẎURU “run” ✧ QL/106

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴱ√ẎURU > yurin[ðʲuru-] > [juru-]✧ QL/106

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
yurin3rd-sg“runs”✧ QL/106
yūrepast-✧ QL/106
Early Quenya [QL/106] Group: Eldamo. Published by

pelte-

verb. to run

Derivations

  • ᴱ√PELE “*revolve” ✧ QL/073

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴱ√PELE² > pelte-[pelete-] > [pelte-]✧ QL/073

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
pelente-past-✧ QL/073
Early Quenya [QL/073] Group: Eldamo. Published by