2EaTj suff. victor

1. See Hyarmendacil, Romendacil, Umbardacil.
2. In Sindarin, it would be degil, which is only found as part of a compound (Findegil).
3. It is probable that -cil itself is an ending, meaning "person"/"man"(such as in tarcil, meaning "king's-man" in Quenya), "-er"/"-or" (such as in -dacil, meaning victor). Also seen in macil, a Quenya noun with unknown translation found only in compounds (Calimacil, Narmacil). Note on macil: Sindarin form would be megil (translation unknown), as seen integrated into the compound names Arvegil and Malvegil.

[Allan, Jim, editor. An Introduction to Elvish and to Other Tongues and Proper Names and Writing Systems of the Third Age of the Western Lands of Middle Earth as Set Forth in the Published Writings of the Professor John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. 1978. The Bath Press, 2003; Noel, Ruth S. The Languages of Tolkien's Middle-earth. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1980] According to Noel's book, it is from root word ndak, "battle" (which is also the root word of dagor, "battle", and dagnir, "bane"). According to Allan's book, "Initial form would be lacil or nacil (both hypothetical), depending on whether it derives from a [Proto-Eldarin] form dacil or ndacil.". Published by

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