Quenya 

ondoher

masculine name. Stone Lord

The 31st king of Gondor (LotR/1038). His name is a compound ondo “stone” and heru “lord”.

Conceptual Development: In the drafts of the Lord of the Rings appendices, Tolkien first gave his name as Ondohir, with a transient variation Ondonir (PM/195, 200). Ondohir was a “mixed name” whose final element was Sindarin S. hîr “lord” (PM/210). In the 2nd edition of The Lord of the Rings, Tolkien changed it to the pure Quenya name Ondoher.

Quenya [LotRI/Ondoher.001; PM/210.2112; PMI/Ondohir.010; UTI/Ondoher.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ondo

noun. stone, stone (as material), (large mass of) rock, stone as material, large mass of stone or great rock
Quenya [Let/410.1112; MC/222.3001; MC/222.3613; PE17/029.2011; PE18/099.2206; PE19/070.1814; RC/347.1902; SA/gond.027; UTI/Ondosto.021] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ondo

stone

ondo noun "stone" as a material, also "rock" (UT:459, GOND). Pl. ondor in an earlier variant of Markirya; partitive pl. locative ondolissë "on rocks" in the final version. Compounded in ondomaitar "sculptor in stone" (PE17:163), Ondoher masc.name, *"Stone-lord" (ondo alluding to Ondonórë = Sindarin Gondor, "stone-land") (Appendix A), #ondolunca ("k") "stonewain", possessive form in the place-name Nand Ondoluncava "Stonewain Valley" (PE17:28, also Ondoluncanan(do) as a compound). Ondolindë place-name "Gondolin" (SA:gond, J.R.R. Tolkien: Artist & Illustrator p. 193); see Ondo. Earlier "Qenya" has Ondolinda _(changed from Ondolin) "singing stone, Gondolin" (LT1:254)_

ʼondō

noun. stone

PQ. stone

Quenya [PE 19:70] Group: Mellonath Daeron. Published by

on

stone

on, ondo noun "stone" (LT2:342, LT1:254 probably only ondo in LotR-style Quenya, see below). Various "Qenya" forms: ondoli "rocks" (MC:213; this would be a partitive plural in LotR-style Quenya), ondolin "rocks" (MC:220), ondoisen "upon rocks" (MC:221), ondolissen "rocks-on" (MC:214; the latter form, partitive plural locative, is still valid in LotR-style Quenya).

* ondoher

Ondoher

Ondoher means "Stone Lord" in Quenya (from ondo = "stone" and hér = "lord"), in reference to Gondor, the "Stone Land". The name "Ondoher" was spelled as Ondohir in early manuscripts, changed to Ondonir in a later manuscript, reverted to Ondohir in the first edition of The Return of the King, and finally became Ondoher in the second edition.

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* sar

noun. stone, stone (small)

@@@ the later stem form seems to be sarn- as in genitive Elessarno, which is also more compatible with S. sarn

Quenya [LotR/0375.1514-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Sindarin 

gondren

adjective. (made) of stone
Sindarin [Toll-ondren TI/268, TI/287] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

gond

noun. stone, stone, rock
Sindarin [PE17/028.2913; PE17/028.3206; PE17/029.2006; PE17/029.2007; RC/347.2207; SA/gond.001; WJ/201.0706] Group: Eldamo. Published by

gond

noun. great stone, rock
Sindarin [Ety/359, S/431, X/ND1] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

gond

stone

_n. _stone, rock. Archaic S. gond > gonn. Q. ondo. Gondor

Sindarin [(PE17 Sindarin Corpus) PE17:28-9] < *PQ _gondō_ stone, general as a substance or material. Group: Parma Eldalamberon 17 Sindarin Corpus. Published by

sarn

noun. small stone

Sern in UT/463 is a misprint, see VT/42:11

Sindarin [Ety/385, S/437, UT/463, VT/42:11, RC/327] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

sarn

noun. stone (as a material)

Sern in UT/463 is a misprint, see VT/42:11

Sindarin [Ety/385, S/437, UT/463, VT/42:11, RC/327] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

* sarn

stone

1) (small stone, or stone as material) sarn (i harn, o sarn), pl. sern (i sern); also used as adj. ”stony, made of stone”. 2) gôn (i **ôn, construct gon); pl. gŷn, coll. pl. #**gonath as in Argonath. 3) (larger stone) gond (i **ond, construct gon) (great stone or rock), pl. gynd (i ngynd = i ñynd), coll. pl. gonnath** (Letters:410).

Noldorin 

gondram

noun. hewn stone
Noldorin [Ety/354] gond+drafn. Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

gondrafn

noun. hewn stone
Noldorin [Ety/354] gond+drafn. Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

gonn

noun. great stone, rock
Noldorin [Ety/359, S/431, X/ND1] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

sarn

noun. small stone

Sern in UT/463 is a misprint, see VT/42:11

Noldorin [Ety/385, S/437, UT/463, VT/42:11, RC/327] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

sarn

noun. stone (as a material)

Sern in UT/463 is a misprint, see VT/42:11

Noldorin [Ety/385, S/437, UT/463, VT/42:11, RC/327] Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

Beware, older languages below! The languages below were invented during Tolkien's earlier period and should be used with caution. Remember to never, ever mix words from different languages!

Primitive elvish

gon-

noun. stone
Primitive elvish [Let/410.0207; PE17/028.3208] Group: Eldamo. Published by

gonod

root. stone
Primitive elvish Group: Eldamo. Published by

Edain

bor

noun. stone
Edain [WJ/309.2501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Qenya 

ondo

noun. stone, stone, large rock or the name of the substance, stone, rock
Qenya [LT1A/Gondolin.009; LT2A/Gondolin.025; MC/213.3301; MC/214.1302; MC/220.4501; MC/221.0703; PE14/043.2109; PE14/044.0601; PE14/044.0602; PE14/044.0603; PE14/044.0604; PE14/044.0704; PE14/070.1407; PE14/070.1409; PE14/073.2705; PE14/073.3101; PE14/073.3102; PE14/073.3103; PE14/073.3104; PE14/073.3501; PE14/073.3502; PE14/073.3503; PE14/073.3504; PE15/25.8504; PE15/77.4704; PE15/77.4801; PE16/057.3301; PE16/060.2801; PE16/062.1901; PE16/062.2703; PE16/064.0504; PE16/065.1603; PE16/072.2301; PE16/072.3103; PE16/074.2101; PE16/074.3103; PE16/077.1201; PE16/077.2004; PE16/111.0202; PE16/111.0203; PE16/111.0204; PE16/111.0302; PE16/111.0303; PE16/111.0304; PE16/111.0402; PE16/111.0403; PE16/111.0404; PE16/111.0502; PE16/111.0503; PE16/111.0504; PE16/113.0405; PE16/113.0504; PE16/113.0604; PE16/113.0705; PE16/113.0804; PE16/113.1005; PE16/113.1104; PE16/113.1204; PE16/113.1405; PE16/113.1605; PE16/113.1704; PE16/113.1906; PE16/113.2004; PE16/113.2106; PE16/113.2412; PE16/114.0205; PE16/114.0301; PE16/114.0405; PE16/114.0501; PE16/114.0601; PE16/114.0705; PE16/114.0805; PE16/114.1005; PE16/114.1104; PE16/114.1204; PE16/114.1304; PE16/114.1404; PE16/114.1503; PE16/114.1604; PE16/114.1704; PE16/114.2709; PE16/114.2901; PE16/115.0205; PE16/115.0303; PE16/115.0405; PE16/115.0503; PE16/115.0605; PE16/115.0703; PE16/115.0805; PE16/115.0903; PE16/115.1005; PE16/115.1205; PE16/115.1305; PE16/115.1405; PE16/115.1605; PE16/115.1705; PE16/115.2114; PE16/115.2204; PE16/138.2901; PME/070.3006; QL/070.2501] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ondo

noun. stone, stone (as material)
Qenya [Ety/GOND.004; PE19/052.1403; PE21/05.0203; PE21/05.0304; PE21/05.0403; PE21/05.0503; PE21/05.0603; PE21/05.0604; PE21/05.0703; PE21/05.0803; PE21/05.0903; PE21/05.1003; PE21/05.1103; PE21/05.1203; PE21/05.1401; PE21/05.1402; PE21/05.1403; PE21/05.1404; PE21/05.1405; PE21/05.1501; PE21/05.1502; PE21/05.1503; PE21/05.1504; PE21/05.1505; PE21/05.1704; PE21/05.1803; PE21/05.1903; PE21/05.2003; PE21/05.2103; PE21/05.2203; PE21/05.2303; PE21/05.2403; PE21/05.2503; PE21/05.2603; PE21/05.2703; PE21/05.2804; PE21/08.2308; PE21/08.2309; PE21/08.2310; PE21/08.2313; PE21/08.2401; PE21/08.2402; PE21/08.2403; PE21/08.2404; PE21/08.2405; PE21/08.2603; PE21/08.2801; PE21/08.2802; PE21/08.2803; PE21/08.4015; PE21/09.0504; PE21/09.0505; PE21/09.0506; PE21/11.1809; PE21/11.1915; PE21/58.1902; PE21/63.2805] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Middle Primitive Elvish

gonod

root. stone
Middle Primitive Elvish [Ety/GOND.001; Ety/GOND.027; EtyAC/GOND.005] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Gnomish

gond

noun. stone
Gnomish Group: Eldamo. Published by

cloch

noun. stone, stone (small), stone of fruit
Gnomish [GL/26.3301; GL/26.3302; GL/26.3403] Group: Eldamo. Published by

clochiol

adjective. stone
Gnomish [GL/40.7702] Group: Eldamo. Published by

sarn

noun. stone
Gnomish [GL/67.1801; LT2A/Sarnathrod.003] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Early Noldorin

gonn

noun. stone, stone, rock
Early Noldorin [PE13/123.0201; PE13/123.0203; PE13/123.3015; PE13/145.4101; PE13/145.4102; PE13/162.4501; PE13/162.4505] Group: Eldamo. Published by

* sarn

noun. stone
Early Noldorin [PE13/156.0601-2] Group: Eldamo. Published by