An otherwise unexplained root Tolkien gave to illustrate a pronunciation example. It may not be a real root.
- Ad. sapda “[unglossed]” ✧ SD/421
An otherwise unexplained root Tolkien gave to illustrate a pronunciation example (SD/421). It may not be a real root. If it is real, it is either a biconsonantal-root with vowel-prefixion or a triconsonantal-root with a lost initial consonant such as [ɣ] or [ʔ].
- Ad. asdi “[unglossed]” ✧ SD/421
An otherwise unexplained root that Tolkien used to illustrate the processes of Primitive Adûnaic word formation (SD/422-3). It may have no real meaning. Even if it were, certainly only a few of its derivatives could be real words in Classical Adûnaic.
- NAK- ✧ SD/422
Word Form Gloss Source NAKA full-form - ✧ SD/422; SD/423 ANAK vowel-prefixion - ✧ SD/422 -NKA vowel-suppression - ✧ SD/422 ANKA vowel-prefixion vowel-suppression - ✧ SD/422 DA-NKA vowel-suppression - ✧ SD/422 NAKI subordinate-vowel-variation - ✧ SD/423 NAKU subordinate-vowel-variation - ✧ SD/423