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Qenya 

númen

noun. west

Changes

  • nū-mennúme-/nú-men ✧ EtyAC/NDŪ

Cognates

  • Ad. adûn “west, westward” ✧ SD/240
  • N. dûn “west” ✧ Ety/NDŪ
  • N. annûn “west” ✧ Ety/NDŪ
  • N. dúven “*western” ✧ Ety/NDŪ

Element in

Variations

  • Númen ✧ Ety/MEN; SMI/Númen
  • núme- ✧ Ety/NDŪ
  • nú-men ✧ Ety/NDŪ
  • nū-men ✧ EtyAC/NDŪ (nū-men)
  • nūmen ✧ PE22/050
  • nūme ✧ SD/240; SD/305
  • nūmē ✧ SD/303
Qenya [Ety/MEN; Ety/NDŪ; EtyAC/NDŪ; LR/047; LR/056; LR/071; LR/072; PE22/023; PE22/050; SD/240; SD/303; SD/305; SD/310; SMI/Númen] Group: Eldamo. Published by

núme

noun. west

númenya

adjective. western

Elements

WordGloss
númen“west”
-ya“adjective suffix”

Variations

  • Númenya ✧ PE18/028
Qenya [Ety/NDŪ; LR/072; PE18/028] Group: Eldamo. Published by

andúne

noun. sunset

Derivations

  • ᴹ✶ṇdūnē “sunset” ✧ Ety/NDŪ
    • ᴹ√NDŪ “go down, sink, set (of Sun)” ✧ Ety/NDŪ

Element in

  • ᴹQ. Andúnie “Sunset(land)” ✧ Ety/NDŪ

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴹ✶ṇdūnē > andūne[ṇdūnē] > [andūnē] > [andūne]✧ Ety/NDŪ

Variations

  • andūne ✧ Ety/NDŪ