róma (1) noun "horn" (WJ:368 - this refers to a "horn" as an instrument rather than as part of an animal; see rassë, tarca_)._Loose compound Oromë róma "an Oromë horn", sc. "one of Orome's horns (if he had more than one)" (WJ:368).
noun. horn, horn; [ᴹQ.] loud sound, trumpet-sound, *blare
- √ROM “horn noise, horn noise; [ᴹ√] loud noise”
loud sound, trumpet-sound
róma (2) noun "loud sound, trumpet-sound" (ROM). In the pre-classical Tengwar system presupposed in the Etymologies, róma was also the name of tengwa #30, which letter Tolkien would later call silmë nuquerna instead.
róma (3) noun "shoulder" (LT2:335; evidently obsoleted by # 1 and # 2 above.)
romba noun "horn, trumpet" (ROM)
rassë, also rasco, noun "horn" (especially on living animal, but also applied to mountains) (RAS/VT46:10, PM:69)
noun. horn, horn [of both animals and mountains]
A noun appearing as ᴹQ. rasse “horn” in The Etymologies of the 1930s derived from the root ᴹ√RAS “stick up” along with a variant form rasko (Ety/RAS). In that document Tolkien said it was used “especially on living animal, but also applied to mountains”. The word rasse “horn” reappeared on a (rejected) page of verb forms from 1948 (PE22/127 note #152), and again in notes from the 1950s or 60s discussing the mountain name S. Caradhras (PE17/36).
- S. rass “horn, horn [of both animals and mountains]” ✧ PE17/036
- √RAS “horn, horn; [ᴹ√] stick up”
- rasse ✧ PE17/036
tarca ("k")noun "horn" (TARÁK)
taru noun "horn" (LT2:337, 347; Tolkien's later Quenya has tarca)