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Qenya 


masculine name. Lord of Death-cloud

A surname of Mandos as lord of the dead in Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s (LR/207). In The Etymologies it was given as a compound of nuru “death” and Fantur “Lord of Cloud”, the latter of which also appeared in the surname of his brother, Olofantur (Ety/ÑGUR, SPAN).

Conceptual Development: The first form of this name in the earliest Lost Tales was ᴱQ. Vefántur “Fantur of Death”, where the initial element ᴱQ. was another name of Mandos (LT1/76; QL/37, 100). In early Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s this became ᴹQ. Nefantur (SM/166) and finally Nurufantur (LR/207). This name disappeared from Silmarillion revisions from the 1950s-60s, but the term Q. Fëanturi was still used to collectively describe Mandos and Lórien.

Qenya [Ety/ÑGUR; Ety/SPAN; EtyAC/ÑGUR; LR/207; LRI/Nefantur; LRI/Nurufantur; LRI/Vefántur; MRI/Nurufantur; UT/397; UTI/Nurufantur] Group: Eldamo. Published by


noun. death

Variations of the word: nuru.

Element in: MQ. Nurufantur

Qenya [EtyAC/ÑGUR.012; LR/047.1204; LR/056.3203; SD/310.2904; Ety/ÑGUR.013] Group: Eldamo. Published by


noun. death
Qenya [GL/43; LT2A/Gurtholfin; QL/104] Group: Eldamo. Published by


noun. death, agony
Qenya [LT1A/Qalmë-Tári; PE16/144; PME/076; QL/076] Group: Eldamo. Published by


noun. death
Qenya [QL/076] Group: Eldamo. Published by