[ia adv. "ever" (GEY, EY); replaced by oia.]
oi adv. "ever" (OY)
Also glossed as “everlastingly”.
Also glossed as “everlastingly; an endless period”, “ever (everlastingly)”, “everlastingly”, “an endless period”.
úlumë adv. "ever", at all times (in a series or period) (PE17:156). Cf. ullumë.
Also glossed as “at all times (in a series or period)”.
vor, voro adv. "ever" (BOR, LT1:250, 273 [only voro_ in the Etymologies]; also in Narqelion)_
vórë noun? "lasting" (as noun? i.e. *"lasting quality"?) Compare the derived adj. vórea. (VT45:7)
vórëacontinuous, enduring, lasting
vórëa adj. "continuous, enduring, lasting" (VT45:7)
Also glossed as “enduring”, “lasting”.
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.
Also glossed as “continually”.