ur(u)- prefix denoting difficulty (PE17:154, 172), cf. urcárima, urucarin
uru noun "fire" (LT1:271)
úrnoun. fire, heat
úr noun "fire" (UR)This stem was struck out in Etym, but a word that must be derived from it occurs in LotR, so it seems that Tolkien restored it. Early "Qenya" also has Ûr, noun "the Sun" (also Úri, Úrinci ("k"), Urwen) (LT1:271). Cf. Úri.
úrënoun. heat, [ᴹQ.] fire
urya- vb. "be hot" (PE17:148), "burn" (intransitive) (LT1:271)
úr(in)proper name. Sun
A late remnant of earlier names for the Sun: ᴱQ. Ûr and ᴹQ. Úrin. In Silmarillion revisions from the 1950s-60s, this name was changed from Úrin >> Naira >> Vása (MR/198), but the form Úr(in) occasionally appeared in some later writings (PE17/148, MR/377). This name was a derivative of the root √UR “heat, be hot” (PE17/148).
Conceptual Development: In the earliest Lost Tales, this name was ᴱQ. Ûr, Ur or Úri “Sun”, but literally meaning “Fire” (LT1/187, QL/98). The name became ᴹQ. Úrin in Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s (LR/240). It was rejected in The Etymologies along with the root form ᴹ√UR, but reappeared sometimes in later writing as noted above.
ruinënoun. fire, blaze
sá noun "fire" (LT1:265; "Qenya" spelling sâ. Rather nárë in LotR-style Quenya.)
yánaadjective. wide, vast, huge
hrai- prefix denoting difficulty (PE17:154, 185), cf. ur(u)-
paldaadjective. wide, broad, **expansive
ruinëfire, a blaze
ruinë noun "a fire, a blaze" (PE17:183). Compare nárë.
yonda²adjective. wide, roomy, extensive
asta-to heat, bake (by exposure to sun)
asta- (2) vb. "to heat, bake (by exposure to sun)" (PE17:148)
yondawide, roomy, extensive
yonda adj."wide, roomy, extensive" (PE17:43), also (as alternative form of yonna) glossed "enclosed", with the latter meaning perhaps intended as the passive participle of the verb yor-
landanoun/adjective. wide, plain
landa (2) adj. "wide" (LAD). Maybe in landatavárë = *"wide-wood"? (TI:415)
palla adj. "wide, expansive" (PAL)
yanda adj. "wide" (PE17:115); variant of yána #1, q.v.