ta (1) pron. "that, it" (TA); compare antaróta** "he gave it" (FS); see anta-. The forms tar/tara/tanna "thither", talo/tó "thence" and tás/tassë* "there" are originally inflected forms of this pronoun: "to that", "from that" and "in that" (place), respectively. Compare "there" as one gloss of ta (see #4).
tapronoun. that, that, there, there
tar (1) adv. or technically pron. with old allative ending: "thither" (TA). This is ta #1 with the same allative ending -r (from primitive -da) as in mir "into". Compare tanna. According to VT49:11, tar may also appear in the logner form tara.
toaadjective. of wool, woollen
i, antevokaliskt inconjunction. that
ne (2) conj. "that" (as in "I know that you are here") (PE14:54), evidently replaced by i in Tolkiens later Quenya (see i #3).
savin elessar ar <u>i</u> nánë aran ondórëothat
i (3) conj. "that". Savin Elessar ar i nánë aran Ondórëo "I believe that Elessar really existed and that [he] was a king of Gondor" (VT49:27), savin…i E[lesarno] quetië naitë *"I believe that Elessars speaking [is] true" (VT49:28) Also cf. nai, nái "be it that" (see nai #1), which may seem to incorporate this conjunction.
tana (1) demonstrative "that" (said to be "anaphoric") (TA). According to VT49:11, tana is the adjective corresponding to ta, "that" as a pronoun.
tanya demonstrative "that" (MC:215; this is "Qenya", perhaps corresponding to later tana)
tara adv. "thither"; see tar #1.
yana demonstrative "that" (the former) (YA)
tamen adv. "thither" (VT49:33). Compare simen.
tande adv. "thither" (MC:215; this is "Qenya")
tanna (2) pron. in allative "thither" (VT14:5, PE16:96; evidently to be understood as the allative of ta #2: "to that [place]"). Compare tar and locative tassë.
tavar (1) noun "wood" (TÁWAR)
@@@ adjective as suggested by Helge Fauskanger (QQ/toina)
tar(a)adverb. thither, beyond
oa (2) noun "wool" (LT1:249; evidently replaced by tó in Tolkien's later Quenya)
tó 1) noun "wool" (TOW)
turu (3) noun "wood" (properly firewood, but used of wood in general) (LT1:270)