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Qenya 

sirya-

verb. to flow [smoothly]

Variations

  • sirya ✧ PE22/107; PE22/115
  • siry(a) ✧ PE22/114

Derivations

  • ᴹ✶sirya- “to flow smoothly”
    • ᴹ√SIR “flow”

Element in

Inflections

WordFormGlossSource
†sirilyaimperfect-participle“flowing”✧ PE22/107 (strong)
sireaactive-participle“flowing, liquid”✧ PE22/111; PE22/114
siryaaorist-✧ PE22/114
siriegerund-✧ PE22/114
siryaregerund-✧ PE22/114
siryavegerund-✧ PE22/114
-siryavegerund-✧ PE22/114; PE22/116
-siryavaactive-participle-✧ PE22/114; PE22/116
-siryanapassive-participle-✧ PE22/114
siryalyaimperfect-participle-✧ PE22/115
sirinyepast“flowed”✧ PE22/115
sírepast-✧ PE22/115
**isirinieperfect-✧ PE22/115
sirinyellapast-✧ PE22/115
isírieperfect-✧ PE22/115
siryuvafuture-✧ PE22/115
-silyaryaimperfect-participle-✧ PE22/115
Qenya [PE22/107; PE22/111; PE22/114; PE22/115; PE22/116] Group: Eldamo. Published by

sir-

verb. to flow

Derivations

  • ᴹ√SIR “flow” ✧ Ety/SIR

Cognates

  • On. sirya- “flow” ✧ Ety/SIR
  • N. siria- “to flow” ✧ Ety/SIR

Element in

  • ᴹQ. etsir “mouth of a river, mouth of a river, *(lit.) outflow”

Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
ᴹ√SIR > sir-[sir-]✧ Ety/SIR