An adjective for “dead” in the Early Qenya Grammar of the 1920s based on the verb ᴱQ. maka- “die” (PE14/58).
- ᴱ√QALA “die” ✧ QL/076
Development Stages Sources ᴱ√QALA > qalna [kʷalnā] > [kʷalna] ✧ QL/076
- māna ✧ PE14/058
An adjective for “dead” implied by the stative formation narkea “is dead” in Early Qenya Word-lists of the 1920s (PE16/140), perhaps connected to some precursor of √NDAK “slay”.
An adjective for “dead” from the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s under the early root ᴱ√GWṚÐṚ “die” (QL/104), given as a cognate to G. gwarth “dead (only of persons)” in the contemporaneous Gnomish Lexicon (GL/44).
- G. gwarth “dead (only of persons)” ✧ GL/44
Development Stages Sources ᴱ✶gu̯r̄́þa > warda [gʷṝθā] > [gʷṝθa] > [wṝθa] > [warθa] > [warða] > [warda] ✧ GL/44 ᴱ√GWṚÐR > warda [gʷṝðā] > [gʷṝða] > [wṝða] > [warða] > [warda] ✧ QL/104