Quenya zR5Ì#

ia

ever

[ia adv. "ever" (GEY, EY); replaced by oia.]

oi

ever

oi adv. "ever" (OY)

oi

adverb. ever

Also glossed as “everlastingly”.

oio

noun/adverb. ever

Also glossed as “everlastingly; an endless period”, “ever (everlastingly)”, “everlastingly”, “an endless period”.

Element in: Q. Coron Oiolairë, Q. Oiencarmë, Q. oiolairë, Q. Oiolossë, Q. Oiomúrë, Q. tennoio

[PE17/069.3202; RGEO/61.6503; SA/los.006; UT/317.1907] Group: Eldamo. Published by

úlumë

ever

úlumë adv. "ever", at all times (in a series or period) (PE17:156). Cf. ullumë.

úlume

adverb. ever

Also glossed as “at all times (in a series or period)”.

[PE17/156.3802] Group: Eldamo. Published by

vor

ever

vor, voro adv. "ever" (BOR, LT1:250, 273 [only voro_ in the Etymologies]; also in Narqelion)_

vórë

lasting

vórë noun? "lasting" (as noun? i.e. *"lasting quality"?) Compare the derived adj. vórea. (VT45:7)

vórë

noun. lasting

vórëa

continuous, enduring, lasting

vórëa adj. "continuous, enduring, lasting" (VT45:7)

vórëa

adjective. continuous

Also glossed as “enduring”, “lasting”.

voro

ever, continually

voro, voro- adv. "ever, continually" (BOR, Narqelion) Compare vor. (Focusing on the gloss "continually", post-Tolkien writers have sometimes used voro for "still, yet", but for this sense the term en is available.) The variants vora, vorë were used for "always" in drafts for a Quenya version of the Sub Tuum Praesidium, but Tolkien eventually replaced such forms with the unrelated word illumë (VT44:9). Compare vórë, vórëa.

voro

adverb. ever

Also glossed as “continually”.

Element in: Q. vórima, Q. Vorondil

Sindarin iT2#7T5

ui

adverb. ever

Element in: S. Fanuilos, S. Uilos

[Let/278.3101] Group: Eldamo. Published by

ui-

prefix. ever

[uidafnen, uilos (see these words)] Cognate of the quenya oi. Group: Hiswelókë's Sindarin Dictionary. Published by

bronadui

lasting

bronadui (enduring). Lenited vronadui. No distinct pl. form.

ui

ever

ui (always); also used as adj. ”everlasting, eternal”. Also as prefix, as in *uidafnen ”ever-closed) (WJ:341, where the spelling ”uidavnen” is used), pl. uidefnin

Noldorin 5^mY7T5

ui

adverb. ever

Also glossed as “everlasting”.

Element in: N. Mindor Uilas, N. Uilos, N. Guilos

[Ety/GEY.021-1; WR/341.1104-1; Ety/EY.016-1; Ety/OY.023-1] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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Primitive elvish

oio

adverb. ever

[Let/278.3104] Group: Eldamo. Published by

oy

root. ever

Also glossed as “continual”, “unceasing”.
Variations of the word: OY.

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Qenya zR5Ì#

ia

noun/adverb. ever

Element in: MQ. Iolosse, MQ. Ialasse

[Ety/EY.008; Ety/GEY.004] Group: Eldamo. Published by

oi

noun/adverb. ever

[Ety/OY.005] Group: Eldamo. Published by

vor(o)

adverb. ever

Also glossed as “always”.
Variations of the word: voro.

Element in: EQ. vorima

[LT1A/Bronweg.037; QL/102.2401; LT1A/Bronweg.038; LT1A/Vorotemnar.003; QL/102.2402; PE15/69.2203] Group: Eldamo. Published by

vóre

noun. lasting

@@@ apparently a noun, as suggested by Helge Fauskanger (QQ/vórë)

Element in: MQ. vórea

[EtyAC/BOR.032] Group: Eldamo. Published by

vórea

adjective. continuous

Also glossed as “enduring”, “lasting”.

Elements

WordGlossSource
vórelasting-
-aadjectival suffix-

[EtyAC/BOR.034] Group: Eldamo. Published by

vórima

adjective. continuous

Also glossed as “enduring”, “repeated”, “continual”.

Elements

WordGlossSource
voroever-
-imaable to be done-

[EtyAC/BOR.051; Ety/BOR.019] Group: Eldamo. Published by

voro

adverb. ever

Also glossed as “continually”.

Element in: MQ. vórima, MQ. vor(o)-, MQ. vorongandele, MQ. vorosanya

[Ety/BOR.004] Group: Eldamo. Published by

Middle Primitive Elvish

geiā

adverb. ever

Variations of the word: eyā, geiā.

[Ety/EY.009; EtyAC/EY.012; EtyAC/GEY.005; Ety/GEY.006] Group: Eldamo. Published by

oy

root. ever

Also glossed as “eternal”.
Variations of the word: OY.

[Ety/EY.057; Ety/GEY.056; Ety/OY.001] Group: Eldamo. Published by

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