Quenya zR5Ì#

úvana

adjective. marred, monstrous

Elements

WordGlossSource
ú-no-
vanyafair-

[PE17/149.3702; PE17/150.0305] Group: Eldamo. Published by

úvana

unmarred

úvana adj. "unmarred" (PE17:150), rejected meaning: "monstrous" (PE17:149). The word for "unmarred" is alahasta (q.v.) in a more widely published source.

úharin

adjective. unmarred

úχarin

unmarred

úχarin adj. "unmarred" (PE17:150), this would be úharin in more standard spelling (and later pronunciation). In a more widely published source, the word for "unmarred" is alahasta, q.v.

úχarin

adjective. unmarred

Elements

WordGlossSource
ú-noPE17/150.0303-1
χarinamarredPE17/150.0309

[PE17/150.0303] Group: Eldamo. Published by

harina

adjective. marred

χarina

adjective. marred

Element in: Q. Arda Harina, Q. úχarin

[PE17/150.0309] Group: Eldamo. Published by

alahasta

unmarred

alahasta adj. "unmarred" (MR:254)

hastaina

adjective. marred

Elements

WordGlossSource
hasta-to mar-
-inapassive (past) participle; adjective suffix-

[MR/254.3902] Group: Eldamo. Published by

harin

marred

*harin adj. "marred" (PE17:150). The word is given as χarin*, where the initial Greek chi presumably represents [x]; in later [MET] pronunciation and spelling, this would become harin**.

sahta

adjective. marred

Element in: Q. úsahtië

[MR/405.2112] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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