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Thingol

noun. 'Grey-cloak'

prop. n. 'Grey-cloak'. Q. Sindacollo, Sindikollo. >> thin, thind, thinn

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thin

adjective. grey

adj. grey. Q. sinda. >> thind, Thingol, thinn

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thind

adjective. grey, pale

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thind

adjective. grey, grey, [N.] pale

if from þindā, why no a-affection? @@@

Cognates

  • Q. sinda “grey” ✧ PE17/072; SA/thin(d)
  • Q. sindë “grey, pale or silvery grey, grey, pale or silvery grey, [ᴹQ.] pale” ✧ PE17/141

Derivations

  • thindā “grey” ✧ PE17/072
  • thindi “grey” ✧ PE17/140; PE17/141
    • THIN “*grey” ✧ WJ/384

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Phonetic Developments

DevelopmentStagesSources
þindā > thin(n)[tʰindā] > [tʰinda] > [θinda] > [θind] > [θinn]✧ PE17/072
þindĭ- > thind[tʰindi] > [tʰinde] > [θinde] > [θind]✧ PE17/140

Variations

  • thin(n) ✧ PE17/072; PE17/112
  • thinn ✧ PE17/141
  • thin(d) ✧ SA/thin(d)
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thind

adjective. grey

_ adj. _grey. Obsolete except in names as Thingol. >> hithren

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thind

adjective. grey

adj. grey. Q. sinda. >> thin, Thingol, thinn

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thinn

adjective. grey

_adj. _grey. Q. sinde.

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thinn

adjective. grey

adj. grey. Q. sinda. >> thin, thind, Thingol

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thinn

adjective. grey

hithren

adjective. grey

_ adj. _grey. >> thind

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hithren

adjective. grey

Elements

WordGloss
hîth“mist”

mithren

adjective. grey

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Elements

WordGloss
mith“grey, light grey, pale grey”
-ren“adjective suffix”
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mithren

adjective. grey

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mith

adjective. (pale) grey

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mith

grey

adj. grey, light grey. >> Mithrandir, mithril

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ernil

noun. prince

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ernil

noun. prince

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Elements

WordGloss
aran“king, lord, chief, (lit.) high or noble person, king, lord, chief, (lit.) high or noble person; [N.] lord (of a specific region)”
hîl“heir”

Variations

  • Ernil ✧ Let/425; LotR/0768; LotR/0807; UT/245
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caun

prince

pl1. cónin {ō} n. prince, chief, head.

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cund

noun. prince

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caun

noun. prince, ruler

Sindarin [LotR/VI:IV, Letters/308] MS *kaun, Q. cáno. Group: SINDICT. Published by

Thingol

Greycloak

His epessë (honorary name) was Thingol (thind "grey" and coll "mantle") which means "Greycloak".

Quenya tradition names him Elwë and Singollo.

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Thingol

Thingol

His epessë (honorary name) was Thingol (thind "grey" and coll "mantle") which means "Greycloak". Quenya tradition names him Elwë and Singollo.

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mithren

grey

1) *mithren (lenited vithren, pl. mithrin). 2) thind (pale); no distinct pl. form. 3) (pale grey) mith (lenited vith; no distinct pl. form). David Salo would read mîth with a long vowel. Note: a homophone means ”white fog, wet mist”.

ernil

prince

1) ernil (no distinct pl. form), 2) †cund (i gund, o chund, construct cun), pl. cynd (i chynd) (VT45:24). 3) The plural form conin (i chonin), occurring in the Cormallen Praise, is translated "princes" (Conin en Annûn = "princes of the west", Letters:308), but it is unclear what the singular would be. (David Salo suggests caun, though this word has two different meanings already; see SHOUT, VALOUR)