Primitive elvish

saw

root. disgusting, foul, vile; bad, unhealthy, ill, wretched

Variations

  • SAWA ✧ PE17/172 (SAWA); PE17/183; PE17/184 (SAWA)

Changes

  • SAWÞAW ✧ PE17/068
  • SAWATHAW “disgusting, foul, vile” ✧ PE17/184

Derivatives

  • sawā “filth” ✧ PE17/183
    • Q. soa “filth” ✧ PE17/183
    • S. saw “filth, putrescence” ✧ PE17/183
  • Q. sau- “very badly” ✧ PE17/183
  • Q. saura “cruel, evil, vile; stinking, foul; bad, unhealthy, ill, wretched, stinking, foul, [ᴹQ.] evil-smelling, putrid; [Q.] cruel, evil, vile; [Q.] bad, unhealthy, ill, wretched” ✧ PE17/172; PE17/183
  • S. saur “bad (of food), putrid” ✧ PE17/183
  • S. thaur “abominable, horrible” ✧ PE17/172
Primitive elvish [PE17/068; PE17/172; PE17/183; PE17/184] Group: Eldamo. Published by

sawā

noun. filth

Derivatives

  • Q. soa “filth” ✧ PE17/183
  • S. saw “filth, putrescence” ✧ PE17/183

Derivations

  • SAW “disgusting, foul, vile; bad, unhealthy, ill, wretched” ✧ PE17/183
Primitive elvish [PE17/183] Group: Eldamo. Published by