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'khselee

beholder

'ksh-

evil

-dil

devotion

-dil

lover of (append)

-dor

land of (append)

-dur

belief

-dur

faith

-elle

little

-ien

-ing

-men'

place of (append)

-nan

valley of (append)

-nen

water of (append)

-ondol

rock of (append)

-ril

brilliance of (append)

-rim

great number

-ser

fondness toward

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a

Ah!

a're

today

a'

to

a'mael

beloved

aa'

may

aaye

hail (greeting)

adanedhel

male elf

Adaron

lord of trees

adu

double

Adurant

Double stream

aegnor

fell fire

Aelin-uial

meres of twilight

Aerandir

sea wandered

agar

blood

agaru

crimson

agarwaen

blood-stained

aglar

brilliance

aglareb

glorious

Aglarond

glittering cavern

aglon

defile, narrow pass

ah-

(v) to rage

aha

rage (n)

ai

little

ai

short

ai

small

ai'

any

ai'er

anyone

ai'mithe

mouse

aikanaro

hell fire

ailoki

drake

ailosacath

snow leopard

aimegil

shortsword

aina'

holy

ainast-

(v) to sting

Ainulindale

music of the Ainur

ainur

holy ones

aira

copper (color)

aith

mark

aiya

oh!

akh

duty

Akh'Faer

Army of Art

akh'faern

mage, Army of Art

Akh'Velahr

Army of Might

akh'velahrn

soldier, Army of Might

ala-

(v) to grow

alak-

(v) to rush

alalme

elm

alasse'

joy

alasse'

merriment

alata

radiance

alda

bush

aldeon

avenue of trees

Aldudenie

Lament for the two trees

Alduya

Thursday

ale'

after

ale'quel

front

alfirin

small golden flower

alkar

glory

Alkarinque

a star

alma

wealth

almare

bliss

alqua

swan

Alqualond

Swan haven

alta

big

alu

water

Alu'Quessir

sea elves

aly-

(v) to prosper

alya

prosperous

alya

rich

alye'

together

am'

yet

am-

(v) to raise

amad-

(v) to be foolish

amada

fool

amalda

treetop

Aman

blessed

amandil

cleric

amarth

doom

amatikse

dot above line of writing

ambal

flagstone

amban

hillside

ambar

bosom

amin

I

amin

me

amin

myself

amir

necklace

amon

hill

amp-

(v) to hook

ampa

hook

ampano

hall, wooden

ampenda

uphill

amrun

morning

an(n)

long

ananta

and yet

anar

sun

Anarriima

a constellation

Anarya

Tuesday

anca

jaws

andaith

long mark

andamunda

elephant

andatehta

mark, long (in writing)

andir

pilgrim

ando

gate

Andor

land of gift

Andram

long wall

Anduin

long river

andune

afternoon

anfaug

dry

anfaug

thirst

anfauglir

desert

anfauglith

gasping dust

anga

iron (metal)

angband

iron prison

anghabar

iron delvings

angren

iron (made of)

angrenost

iron fortress

angrist

iron cleaver

anid-

(v) to avoid

anka

row, of teeth

ankalima

radiant (adj)

anmegil

longsword

anna

present

Annatar

lord of gifts

annon

door

annun

sunset

anor

sun

anoron

dawn

Anoron'Quessir

Sunrise Elf

ant-

(v) to need

anta

face

antha

watchful

anto

mouth

antoando

lip

anwa

actual

anwa

real

apanonar

men (the after born)

apsa

herb

ar'

and

ar-

royal

ar-

noble

aran

king

aranion

kingsfoil (a plant)

Aratar

the exalted

arato

champion

arauka

swift (adj)

Arda

Earth

ardhon

county, province

aredhel

noble-elf

arfaern

wing leader, Army of Art

arinya

early

armar

goods (trade)

arme'-

noble (f)

arme'-

royal (f)

arnor

land of the king

arrn-

(v) to storm

arrna

storm

aru

beside

Arvandor

heaven

arwen

lady

asc-

(v) to make haste

asca

haste (n)

ascar

impetuous

assa

hole

assa

opening (n)

astald

brave

astald

valiant

asto

dust

at

torso

atalan

down fallen

atalt-

(v) to collapse

atani

men (the second people)

ataque

construction

atar

father

atara

mother

atendea

year (leap)

athrad

ford

atost

armor

atsa-

(v) to catch

atse'

herself

atso'

himself

atta

2

atta

two

atya'

same

atyar

peer

au'

again

aul-

(v) to invent

aula

invention

aure

sunlight

aut-

(v) to go

avaene

without

avahaire

remote

avanooti

numberless

avar-

(v) to refuse, decline

avara

refusal

avari

unwilling

awr-

(v) to pain

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ba

dead

baelnorn

undead elven family defender

band

prison

bar-

(v) to dwell

bara

dwelling (n)

barad

tower

baru

brown

baug-

(v) to constrain, withhold

bauga

restraint

beika

excessive

bel-

(v) to move

beleg

mighty

beleg

strong

belthil

divine radiance

beme

trumpet

beth

word

braga

explosion

bragol

sudden

bragollach

explosion

brethil

silver birch

brilthor

water fall

brith

gravel

buar-

(v) to provoke

burro'

vassal

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cabed

cliff, precipice

cael-

(v) to have

cair

boat

Cala'Quessir

High Elf

calen

green

calen'loki

green dragon

calma

lamp

cam

hand

Cam'Wethrin

Thief

car-

(v) to fan

carad

red

carad'loki

red dragon

Caradhras

redhorn

carak

fang

carak

tooth

carnim

pink

cartel

rose

caryave

apple

cath

cat

cebir

stake

celeb

silver

celeb'loki

silver dragon

Celeb'Quessir

silver elves

Celebrant

silverlode

celebreth

diplomacy, sweet talk

celebrin

silver like

Cermie

July

chebin

kept

chil

heir

circa

sickle

cirdan

shipwright

cirith

cleft

cirya

galley (ship)

coi-

(v) to live

coia

life (n)

coiasira

time

coiavano

phase

coimas

life bread

coir-

(v) to stir

collo

cloak

cor-

(v) to lead

cora

leader

coria

purple

corm

heart (feeling)

coron

mound

creos-

(v) to welcome

creoso

welcome

cron-

(v) to harm

cronh-

(v) to attack

cu

bow (weapon)

cuar

archer

cuiv-

(v) to awaken

cuiva

awakening (n)

cul

golden-red

curu

skill

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dae

shadow

daedeloth

land of the dead

dagnir

bane

Dagor NelWiit'iri

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dagor-

(v) to battle

dagora

battle (n)

dal

foot

dalnya

footprint

de

up

deanam

possible

deas-

(v) to cook

deasar

chef, cook

del-

(v) to worry

deloth-

(v) to hate, abhor

delotha

abhorrence, hatred

demad-

(v) to forget

deno'

upon

desiel

ready

dethol-

(v) to choose

dhaeraow

traitor

di'thang

slave

din-

(v) to be silent

dina

silent

diol-

(v) to thank

dol

head

dolen

hidden

doltelme

hood

dome

night, darkness

don-

(v) to be like

draug

wolf

du

night, dimness

duil-

(v) to expect

duilar

expectations

duin

river

dulin

bird

dun-

(v) to rise

dur-

(v) to believe

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e'

in

e'a

into

ear

sea

ear'loke

sea serpent

Ear'Quessir

Sea Elf

earcalen

sea-green

earendil

half-elves

earka

spine

earsira

tide

earuile

vine

echor

fence

ed'

by

edain

men

edainme

woman

edan

man

edhel

elf

eht-

(v) to pierce, spear

ehta

spear (n)

ehtar

spearman

ehte

puncture(n)

ehtele'

spring (season)

eile

else

eina

happiness

eithel

well

eket

sabre

ektele

fountain

el-

(v) to flank (go around)

elda, elena

of the stars

eldalie

elven folk

Eldamar

Elvenhome, Evermeet

ele-

(v) to see, behold

elea

sight (n)

elear

visionary

eledhwen

elven light

elee

eye

Elemmiire

a star

elen

star

elendil

elf friend (informal)

elendili

elf friends

Elenya

Monday

eligre

ecstasy

eligri

ecstatic

elin

pool

eller

there

elmare

rapture

emyn

hills

en

look (exclamation)

en'

of

ened

middle

enedwaith

middle-folk

enga

except

engwar

ill

ennorath

middle-lands

enque

6

enquie

week

ento

next

entul-

(v) to return

enyal-

(v) to commemorate

ephel

outer fence

er

1

er

one

erchamion

one-handed

erda

deserted

erde-

(v) to germinate

ere'

only

ereb

alone

ereb

lonely

ered

seed

Ered Lithui

Ashen Mountains

ereg

thorn

eresse

solitude

erin

remains

erk-

(v) to prick

Eru

Correlon Larethian, the One

eruumea

outer (adj)

erya

single (adj)

eska

home

ess-

(v) to name

essa

name (n)

est-

(v) to rest

esta

rest (n)

estanesse

firstborn

estel

(v) to hope

estela

hope (n)

estolad

camp

ethir

spy

etsir

river mouth

ette

outside

ettelen

foreign

ettul-

(v) to come out

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faarea

enough

faernaa

circle leader, Army of Art

faernae

half-wing leader, Army of Art

faerne

sphere leader, Army of Art

faerniir

ring leader, Army of Art

faernil

half-circle leader, Army of Art

faernos

half-sphere leader, Army of Art

faika

contemptible

fain-

(v) to emit, send out

fain-

(v) to release

fair-

(v) to die naturally

falas

line of surf

fallan-

(v) to heal

fallaner

healer

falma

wave

falmar

waves

falmarin

nymph

falqua

pass in mountains

falquan

halberd

fan-

(v) to veil

Fangorn

tree-beard

fanya

veil

far-

(v) to hunt

fara

hunt (n)

farea

sufficient

farim

prey

farn-

(v) to suffice

fasse

shaggy lock (hair)

faug-

(v) to gape

fauk-

(v) to thirst

fauka

thirst (n)

fea

spirit

Feanor

spirit of fire

feinil-

(v) to be selfish

feith-

(v) to wait

fela

cave

fenda

threshold

feuy-

(v) to feel disgust

fhaor

tribute

filit

small bird

fimbrethil

twig

finde

tress

findl

hair, lock of

fine

larch tree

fini-

(v) to be cunning

fion

wine

fios-

(v) to surprise

fir-

(v) to smell (the sense)

firimar

mortal

foa

hoard

for

north

forenya

northern

formaite

dexterous

formaite

right-handed

forya

right (side)

fuin

gloom

fuumella

poppy

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gal-

(v) to celebrate

gala

celebration (n)

gandele

continuous

gaur

werewolf

gaya

awe, dread

gil

star

giliath

stars

girith-

(v) to shudder

giritha

shudder

gladden

iris

glak-

(v) to capture

glaka

captive

glamhoth

din-horde, orcs

glin-

(v) to gleam

glina

gleam (n)

gollo

mantle

gon

rock

gor

dread

gorg-

(v) to fear

gorga

fear (n)

gorgorath

horror

gorgorath

terror

goth

enemy

goth

foe

grod-

(v) to dwell underground

groda

underground dwelling (n)

groth-

(v) to delve

grotha

delving (n)

guina

undead

guinauruloki

dracolich

gul

sorcery

guldur

magical weave

gund-

(v) to hew

gurth-

(v) to die

gurtha

death (n)

gwaith

people

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hab-

(v) to mine

haba

mine

hae-

far

haime

habit

haiyasse

distance

hala

minnow

halatir

kingfisher

halda

shadowed

halla

tall

haloisi

sea, stormy

halt-

(v) to leap

haly-

(v) to shade

halya

shade (n)

ham-

(v) to sit

hama

chair

hama

seat

handa

intelligent (adj)

handasse

intelligence

handele

intellect

hant-

(v) to appreciate

hanwa

male

har

south

haran

king

haranye

last year of century

harenya

southern

harm-

(v) to treasure

harma

treasure

harn-

(v) to rule

harna

ruler (n)

harw-

(v) to wound

harwa

wound (n)

hary-

(v) to posses

haudh

barrow, mound

he

her

he

hers

heera

principal (adj)

helda'

naked

heledh

glass

helevorn

black glass

helin

violet (flower)

helka

icy

helkelimbe

icicle

helma

skin

helt-

(v) to strip

henneth

window

her-

(v) to possess power

heren

fortune (luck)

herenya

fortunate

heru

lord

hessa

withered (adj)

hest-

(v) to wither

hiise

fog

hildor

after-comers, followers

hilkin-

(v) to freeze

him

cool

himb-

(v) to adhere

himba

sticky (adj)

himbar

glue

himy-

(v) to abide by

hin

child

hini

children

hir-

(v) to study

hiraeth-

(v) to sorrow

hirao

student

hisie

mist

Hisime

November

hith

misty

ho

him

ho

his

holm-

(v) to stink

holma

odor

hoon

heart (organ)

hoopa

harbor (n)

hoore

impulse

hoorea

impulsive

horme

urgent

hort-

(v) to hurry

hos

folk

hosse

army

host-

(v) to assemble

hostain

numbered

hostar

tribe

hosti

number, large

hoth

horde

hrive

winter

huan

dog

hui

murk

huine

darkness

huiva

murky

hwan'

sponge

hwandi

fungus

hwarin

crooked, bent

hwarma

crossbar

hwesta

breeze

hwind-

(v) to eddy

hwinda

eddy

hwiny-

(v) to swirl

hyanda

blade

hyar-

(v) to plow

hyarmaite

left-handed

hyarya

left

hyatse

gash

hylama

sea shell

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i'-

the (common)

ia

void

iant

old

iaur

bridge

ie'

at

iire

when

ikotane

so

il'

every

il-

not

ilfirin

immortal

ilm

mansion

ilmen

sky, night

ilterendi

unbreakable

iluov

universe

iluve

everything

ilya

all

ilye

each

im

between

imirie

jeweled

imlad

narrow valley

imu'

during

imya

through

imyan'e

throughout

indo

mood

indyo

descendent

inge

trajectory

inty-

(v) to guess

inty-

(v) to suppose

intya

guess (n)

inya

female

iolaa

section leader, Army of Might

iriador

ruby (gemstone)

irm-

(v) to desire

irma

desire (n)

irv-

(v) to be sick

isilme

moonlight

Isilya

Wednesday

iska

pale (adj)

ist-

(v) to cast spell, ensorcele

ista

spell

istalindar

spellsingers

istalindir

spellsinger

istar

wizard

istim-

(v) to learn

Ita'istar

Illusionist

ithil

moon

Ithil'Quessir

Moon Elf

ithildin

star-moon

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kaane

valor

kail-

(v) to lie in bed

kaim-

(v) to sleep

kaima

sleep (n)

kaimel-

(v) to dream

kaimelar

dreamer

kainen

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kaivo

corpse

kaivokalma

will-o'-the-wisp

kalina

light (color) (adj)

kallasil-

(v) to polish

kallo'

hero

kalmindon

lighthouse

kalp-

(v) to bale out

kalp-

(v) to draw water

kalpa

bucket

kaly-

(v) to illuminate

kano

commander

kant-

(v) to shape

kanta

shape (n)

kanu

lead (metal)

kanuva

lead (made of)

karaar

cow

karakse

spike

kard

house (dwelling)

karka

tusk

karn-

(v) to make

karneambara

robin

karnel-

(v) to make love

Karnil

a star

karythar

crusader

kauka

humped (adj)

kauko

humpback

kaurea

timid

kaw-

(v) to bow

kea-

(v) to lie down

kel-

(v) to go away, leave

kelma

channel (water)

kelum-

(v) to rise (tide only)

kelvar

animals, living things, nature

kemen

earth

kemen

soil

kentano

potter

kerta

rune

khelek

ice

khil-

(v) to follow, obey

khila

follower

kiirar

lorekeeper

kilya

gorge

kinta

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kir-

(v) to cut, cleave

kiris-

(v) to crack

kiriss-

(v) to slash

kirma

part (n)

kirya

ship

koire

spring, early

kol-

(v) to carry

kolindo

bearer

korda

altar

kordon

idol

korima

round

korin

enclosure

korko

crow

korma

ring

korna

globed

korne

loaf

koromindo

cupola

koromindo

dome

koron

ball

koron

globe

kosta

quarrel (bolt)

kotumo

adversary

kotya

hostile

kua

dove

kuila

alive

kuile

awake

kuluina

orange (color)

kuluma

orange (fruit)

kumba

belly

kunb-

(v) to heap, pile

kunba

pile (n)

kuruni

witch

kurw-

(v) to craft

kurwa

craft, art

kurwaer

craftsman

kuu

crescent moon

kuune

crescent

kwar-

(v) to hold

kwayuln

cup

kwentr-

(v) to narrate, tell a story

kwentra

narrator (n)

kyerm-

(v) to pray

kyerma

prayer

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laar

1000 paces (distance)

laara'

flat

lad

field

lad

plain

Lai'Quessir

sylvan elves

laide

meadow

laika

piercing (adj)

laike

acute

laike

keen

laiquaninwa

blue-green

laire

summer

lait-

(v) to praise

laita

praise (n)

laito

baby

laive

ointment

laiwa

sickly

lakil

victor

lakilea

victory

lakwen-

(v) to joke

lakwenta

joked

lal-

(v) to laugh

lala

laugh(n)

lalai

mirth

lalaith

laughter

lam-

(v) to taste

lambe

tongue

lammen

language

lamy-

(v) to sound

lamya

sound

lanat

clothes

langon

throat

lann

wide

lann-

(v) to wear

lanna

clothing

lanne'

cloth

lant-

(v) to fall

lanta

fall (n)

lantaraana

setting moon

lapsa-

(v) to lick frequently

lapse'

babe

lasse

leaf

last-

(v) to listen

late

honored

latina

clearing

latuuken

tin (metal)

latuukenda

tin, made of

laure

mead

Laurelin

tree found in Evermeet

lav-

(v) to yield, allow, grant

leith-

(v) to free

leitha

free (n)

lekmee

letter (message)

lem-

(v) to journey

lema

journey (n)

lemb-

(v) to leave behind

lemba

left behind

lembas

journey bread

lempe

5

leneem-

(v) to permit

leneema

permission (n)

lenk-

(v) to be slow

lenn-

(v) to stretch

lenwa

narrow

lereth

bread

lest-

(v) to measure

leuthil

gem

lhach

leaping flame

lia

thread (n)

liante

spider

liiko

wax

liikuma

candle

liine

cobweb

limpe

milk

lin

mere

lina

song (n)

linae

lake

lind-

(v) to sing

lindale

music

lindar

singers

lindar

bard

lindel

melody

lindelea

melodious

lindir

singer

lindor

songbird

lindornea

oaks, a stand of

ling-

(v) to dangle

ling-

(v) to hang

lingwe

fish

lips-

(v) to lather

lipsa

soap

lipt-

(v) to drip

lipta

drop of water

liquis

transparent

lir-

(v) to chant

lirill-

(v) to lay

lirima

lovely

lirit

poem

lirva

sickness (n)

liske

reed

lisse'

sweet

lissuin

mint

lisyul

nectar

lith

ash

Lithlad

plain of ashes

litse

sand (n)

lle

you

lle

yours

llie

you all

llie

you all's

loeg

pond

lok

bend, loop

loki

snake

lokte

blossom

lol-

(v) to deny

lom

echo

lome

dusk, evening

lomelindel

dusksingers

lomi

echoes

lond

haven

londe

havens

loomi

cloud

lorda

drowsy

lorna

asleep

los-

(v) to snow

losa

snow (n)

loske

hair

losse

snow white

lost

empty

lote

flower

Lotesse

May (month)

lov-

(v) to lower

luht-

(v) to enchant

luhta

enchantment

luin

blue

luin'loki

blue dragon

Luinil

a star

luk-

(v) to swallow

luma'

heavy

Lumbar

a star

lumbo

dark cloud

lumbule

shadow, heavy

lumna

ominous

lung-

(v) to sag

lungan-

(v) to bend

lunte'

canoe

luss-

(v) to whisper

lut-

(v) to float (in water)

luth

bay

luu'

occasion

luume'

time

luumequenta

chronicle

luurea

overcast

luv-

(v) to brood

lye

our

lye

us

lye

we

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ma-

(v) to look, glance

maa

glance (n)

maa

look (n)

maama

sheep

maara

useful

maeg

sharp

magh-

(v) to use

mahalma

throne

maht-

(v) to handle

mahta

handle (n)

maikar

demi-god

maink-

(v) to trade

mainka

trade (n)

mainkar

trader

maite

handy

maite

skilled

maiwe

seagull

maksa

soft

makse

dough

mal'loki

gold dragon

Mal'Quessir

gold elf

mal-

golden

malda

gold (metal)

mali-

(v) to care

malina

yellow

malle'

road

malle'

street

mallen

circle

Mallorn

golden tree

malmallen

golden circle

malo

pollen

malta

gold (color)

malwa

fallow

man

which

man-

unmarred

mande

fortune (riches)

mandu'

abyss

mani

what

manka

if

manke

where

mankoi

why

mano

whose

manu

spirit, departed

map-

(v) to grasp

map-

(v) to seize

maquissar

minstrel

mar

den

maranwe

destiny

marde

hall

Marquelie

October

mart-

(v) to happen

marta

fey

marth

luck

marty-

(v) to destine

mary-

(v) to rejoice

mas

bread

mast-

(v) to bake

mat-

(v) to eat

mau'

finger

maur-

(v) to be addicted

mauy-

(v) to compel

mauya

compulsion

mavar

shepherd

me'-

(v) to light

me'a

light (n)

mear

gore (bloodiness)

meena

region

meetima

final

megil

sword

megilar

swordsman

megilindar

bladesingers

megilindir

bladesinger

meiv-

(v) to balance

meiva

balance

mel-

(v) to love

mela

love (n)

melar

lover

mele

passion

melima

lovable

melindo

lover, male

melisse

lover, female

mellon

friend

Mellryn

golden trees

melyanna

dear gift

men

path

men

way

menel

sky, day

Menelmakar

a constellation

meneluin

sky-blue

Menelya

Friday

merende

festival

mereth

feast

Merethond

hall of feasts

merka

wild

mern-

(v) to want

merya

festive

Methedras

last peak

milka

greedy (adj)

milme

greed (n)

mily-

(v) to long for

minas

tower

minda

conspicuous

minda

prominent

mindon

turret (of castle)

Minhiriath

between the rivers

minque

11

minya

second (not time)

miqul-

(v) to kiss

miqula

kiss (n)

mir

jewel

mirdain

jewel smith

mire

jewels

mirily-

(v) to glitter

mist-

(v) to roam

mith

gray

Mith'Quessir

Gray Elf

mithlin

gray-blue

mithollo

gray mantle

mitya

interior

miul-

(v) to shed

moile

tarn (mountain lake)

moina

familiar (adj)

mon-

(v) to spend

mone

spent

mool

servant

moore

blackness

moot-

(v) to work, toil, labor

mor

black

mor'loki

black dragon

morambath

panther

morchiant

dark shapes

mordo

obscurity

morgul

black arts

mori

dark

Mori'Quessir

Drow, dark elves

morimatra

Drow spiced wine

morinuin

Underdark

morion

dark, son of the

morko

bear (animal)

morlin

navy-blue

morna

gloomy

morthond

blackroot

morwen

dark, daughter of the

moth

dusk

motto

blot

mundo

bull (animal)

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n'uma

no

n'-

not, not of

n'ala

before

n'alaquel

back

n'at

other

n'ataya

different

n'e

out

n'ner

less

n'nir

few

N'Shanesti

not elf friend

n'taurn

low

N'Tel'Quess

not of the people (drow & others)

n'tyene

unquenched

na-

(v) to be

naan

contrary, on the

naar-

(v) to burn

naara

burn (n)

nai-

(v) to command

naia

command (n)

naik

sharp pain

naikelea

painful

naini-

(v) to lament

nak-

(v) to bite

nal

dell

nal

vale

nall-

(v) to cry

nalla

cry

nalwi

gull

namaarie

farewell

namb-

(v) to hammer

namba

hammer (n)

namo

judge

nan'

but

nanda

swamp

nandaro

harper

nandin

dryad

nandor

coward

nanquen-

(v) to reply

naraka

harsh

nard-

(v) to tie

narda'

knot

nardan-

(v) to entwine

nardane

entwined

Narie

June

nark-

(v) to rend

narn

story

narn

tale

Narvinye

January

narwa

fiery red

nast-

(v) to gore

nastar

spearhead

nat'

thing

natse

net

natul-

(v) to become

naug

dwarf

naugrim

dwarves

naur

fire

naus-

(v) to imagine

nausa

imagination (n)

naut-

(v) to oblige

ndengin

slain (n)

ndengin-

(v) to slay

ndor

land

ndu

down

neek-

(v) to see vaguely

Neenar

a star

neenuvar

waterlily

neithan

one who goes without

nekte

honey

nelde

3

nelde

three

neldor

beech

nelle

brook

neltil

triangle

NelWiitiri

NW's and NWA's

nenda

watery (adj)

nengwea

nasal

nengwi

nose

Nenime

February

ner

more

nerte

9

nessa

young

nesse

youth

nessima

youthful

neum-

(v) to snare, catch

neuma

trap

neuro

successor

nev-

(v) to be near

neva

near

ng'and-

(v) to play a harp

ng'ande

harp

ngw-

(v) to reach out

ngwaw-

(v) to howl

ngwawa

howl (n)

ni-

(v) to weep

nia

weeping (n)

nias-

(v) to ally

niasa

alliance

nibin

petty

nibin

trite

nieninque

snowdrop (plant)

nienor

mourning

nier

honeybee

Nierninwa

a star

nierwes

hive

niire

tear (sad, not rip)

niite

moist

nikerym

captain, Army of Might

nikym

platoon leader, Army of Might

nilaa

detachment leader, Might

nim

white

nim'loki

white dragon

nim'ohtar

paladin

nimbreth

birch

nimphel

pearl

nimras

white horn, Unicorn

nin

wet

ninde

slender

ninniach

rainbow

ninquit-

(v) to bleach

niphred

pallor

nir'

many

nirw-

(v) to cushion

nirwa

cushion

nisse

female sentient being

nit-

(v) to stoop

nnar'

bone

no'

on

no'a

onto

noa

idea

nogoth

gnome

nogrod

hollow delving

noldo

wise

nole

lore

nomin

wisdom

nomo

oak

noola

knoll

noore

clan

noot-

(v) to count

nooti

number

nor-

(v) to populate

nora

population

norn

wheel

norolind-

(v) to skip (feet)

norsa

giant

nosse

family

nosse

house (familial)

nosse

kin

nost

fortress

nost-

(v) to be born

nosta

birth

nostale

kind

not-

(v) to reckon

now-

(v) to think

nu

under

nuin

beneath

nukumna

humble

nulla

obscure (adj)

numen

west

numendor

land of the west

numenenya

western

numenore

people of the west

nuntikse

dot below line of writing

nuor-

(v) to roll

nuquern-

(v) to defeat

nuquerna

defeat (n)

nur-

(v) to complain

nurt-

(v) to hide

nuur-

(v) to growl

nuut-

(v) to set (sun or moon)

nwalk-

(v) to be cruel

nwalka

cruel

nwalm-

(v) to torment, sadden

nwalma

sadness (n)

nwalma

torment (n)

nwaly-

(v) to ache

nyaare

saga

nyalme

clamor

nyano

rat

nyar-

(v) to tell

nyeene

goat

nyeer-

(v) to feel grief

nyelle

bell

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o'

one (subj)

oaris

mermaid

oblet-

(v) to imprison

obleta

prison cell

oht-

(v) to war

ohta

war (n)

ohtar

warrior

oio

ever

oiolaire

ever summer

oira

eternal

olin

secret

oline

secrecy

olinima

secretive

olva

plant

olvann-

(v) to vanish, lose

olwa

branch

olwen

stick (n)

oment-

(v) to meet

omenta

meeting (n)

on-

(v) to beget

on-

(v) to give

ona

gift (n)

onde-

(v) to succumb/give up

ondo

stone

onna

creature

onoir-

(v) to worship

onot-

(v) to add up

ont-

(v) to create

ontaro

parent

ooleme

elbow

ooma

voice

opele

house, walled

oqueni-

(v) to discuss

orar-

(v) to erode

orara

erosion

ore

sub-conscious

orme

violence

orn

tree

ornpirya

syrup

orod

mountain

orofarne

dwelling on a mountain

oromarde

hall, lofty

oront-

(v) to nap

orosta

ascension

orqu

orc

orteluume

dome, high

ossa

moat

ost-

(v) to defend

osta

defender

osta tel'quessir

defender of the people

ostar

town

ostek-

(v) to describe

otorno

associate

otso

7

otso

seven

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palan

far and wide

palantir

far watcher

palis

lawn

palla

expansive

palme

surface (n)

palp-

(v) to mix

palu-

(v) to expand

palu-

(v) to spread

palurin

world

paly-

(v) to open wide

pand-

(v) to include

pano

board

pant-

(v) to open

pany-

(v) to set

parm-

(v) to read

parma

book

parth

sward

parymo

scroll

paur

fist

pel-

(v) to encircle

pela

encirclement

pelekko

ax

pelekt-

(v) to strike

Pelennor

fenced land

peltas'

pivot

pelu

around

penda

inclined (upward slope)

pende

declivity (downward slope)

peredhel

half-elven

peredhil

half elf

periannath

hobbits

perya

half

piik-

(v) to dwindle

pilin'

arrow

pilininge

arrow, flight of

pinnath

ridges

pinque

thin

pint-

(v) to spread out

pio

cherry

piosenna

holly tree

pirukend-

(v) to whirl

piry-

(v) to juice

pirya

juice

piukka

blackberry

poik-

(v) to clean, cleanse

poika

clean

poika

pure

polda

burly

poldor-

(v) to force

poldora

strength, brute force

pole

oat

pore

flour

porm

bark (tree)

puit-

(v) to spit

pust-

(v) to blow

putta

stop (punctuation)

puurea

discolored

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qalum-

(v) to heave, throw

qua-

(v) to squeak

quain-

(v) to wail

quaina

wailing (n)

qual

neutral

qualentie

neutral-person

qualm-

(v) to die painfully

qualme

agony

quant-

(v) to fill

quanta

full

quel

good

quelie

waning (adj)

quell-

(v) to fade

quella

fade, fading (n)

quen-

(v) to speak

quena

speech (n)

quenat

body

quendi

speakers

quenta

history

quentale

account

quentele

sentence

quern-

(v) to turn

quesse

feather

quesset

pillow

quessir

people (elves)

quettasundolie

etymology

quing-

(v) to twang

quingatelko

bow-legged

quor-

(v) to choke

quorin-

(v) to drown

quoro-

(v) to suffocate

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raa

lion

raama

wing (n)

raamavoite

winged

raava

riverbank

raavea

roaring (adj)

ragwe

fathom (6 feet)

Rah'Edan

Centaur

raika

wrong (adj)

rais

peaks

rakka

claw

rakt-

(v) to arrive

ram

wall

ramb-

(v) to scream

ran-

(v) to wander

rana

wander

randa

century

ranga

pace (distance)

rangw-

(v) to understand

rangwa

understanding (n)

ranqui

arm

rant

course

rany-

(v) to stray

ras

peak

rashwe

trouble

rass

horn (mountain)

rast

shore

rath

bed

rato

soon

ratse

12

rauko

demon

raumo

noise, of a storm

raun

noise

ravenne

lioness

re

day

re

she

re'na

while

reena'

edge

rem

mesh

rend-

(v) to sow

rhovanion

wilderness

rhun

east

rhunenya

eastern

ri'

or

riel

garland

rien-

(v) to crown

rig

wreathe

riht-

(v) to jerk

riim-

(v) to hem

riima

hem (n)

rilma

glittering light

rim-

(v) to run

rimba

frequent

rimba

numerous

rimbe

crowd

rimbor

paw

rimde

host (army)

rin-

(v) to remember

rina

memory (n)

ringa

damp

Ringare

December

ringwe

cold

rink-

(v) to flourish

rip-

(v) to fly

ripa

flight (n)

ris-

(v) to lie (falsehood)

risa

lie (falsehood) (n)

rist-

(v) to cleave, cut

rista

cut (n)

ro

he

roch

horse

Rochand, Rohan

land of horses

Rohirrim

horse riders

roina

ruddy

roit-

(v) to pursue

rokko

horses

rom

sound of horns

rom-

(v) to rise

roma

uprising (n)

romba

horn (musical)

romen

sunrise

ron

their

ron

they

rond

great hall

rond

vaulted roof

ronyo

fox

rooma

shoulder

roota

tube

ros-

(v) to rain

rosa

rain

rosse

dew

rudh

bare, bald, barren

ruin

flame-red

ruin

red flame

runda

driftwood

runy-

(v) to flame

runya

flame (n)

russe

coruscation

rust-

(v) to crumble

rusv-

(v) to break

rusva

broken

ruth-

(v) to anger

rutha

anger (n)

ruukina

disordered

rwal-

(v) to lust

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saes-

(v) to please/pleasure

sai-

much

sai-

very

saipio

plum

sakkat-

(v) to tear, rip

sal'

still

salk-

(v) to dance

salka

dance (n)

salma

lyre

salp-

(v) to sip

salpua

bowl

salque

grass

sama

post (n)

samanar

builder

sambe

room, chamber

samn-

(v) to build

samna

building(n)

san'

then

san-

(v) to take

sanda

firm

sanga

crowd

sanga

throng

sangan-

(v) to gather

sank-

(v) to split

sanya

normal

sanya

regular

sanye

law

sapsa

grave

sara

wheat

sarko

flesh

sarkuva

corporeal

sarn

small stone

sarnie

pebbles

sarpsa

meat

sarqua

fleshy

sarquindi

cannibal

satulwe

standard (flag)

saura'

foul

saura'

putrid

saurikumba

foulbellied

seasa

pleasure

seasu

pleasant

seere

peace

seere

repose

seim-

(v) to be gentle

Seldarine

gods

selen

cousin

seler'

sister

selu

magical arts

sen

them

seorsa

nature

sereg

ale

Sereg'wethrin

Assassin

serinde

seamstress

sgiathatch

dragon

sha

almost

Sha'Quessir

elf friend (Formal)

shaalth

lieutenant, Army of Might

shae

ocean

shee

fairy

sii

beach

sii'

now

siirima

liquid

sikil

knife

sil-

(v) to shine

silma

starlight

simp-

(v) to pipe (musical)

simpa

pipe (musical)

simpetar

piper

simpina

flute

sina

this

sinome

here

sint-

(v) to know

sinta

knowledge (n)

sintar

person of knowledge

sintar

sage

sir-

(v) to flow

sira

flow (n)

sira

stream (n)

Sirannon

gate stream

siril

creek

siruluan'aty-

(v) to sway

solor-

(v) to surge

solos

surf

soor-

(v) to follow, track

sornion

aerie

Soronuume

a constellation

spanga

beard

suil-

(v) to incite

suilpar

soup

sul

wind

Sulime

March (month)

sulo

goblet

sulp-

(v) to lick

sundo

bottom

sungwa

pitcher

sut

how

suu

noise, of wind

suul-

(v) to breathe

suula

breath (n)

suyoll-

(v) to revive

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ta

it

ta

its

taarie

height

tai'

toe

tain-

(v) to extend

tain-

(v) to lengthen

taina

extension

tait-

(v) to prolong

takse

nail

tal

city

talal-

(v) to sail

talan

floor

talant

fallen

talar'

ground

talath

tundra

tallune

sole of foot

talma

foundation

talt-

(v) to lean, slope

talwi

feet

tambaro

woodpecker

tambe

copper (metal)

tamin-

(v) to forge

tamina

forge

tamn-

(v) to knock

tamp-

(v) to stop

tamp-

(v) to block

tampa

stopper

tanak-

(v) to be sure

tangaa

tough

tangwa

clasp

tank-

(v) to fix

tankil

pin

tankla

brooch

tanna

toward

tano

blacksmith

tanwe

device

tanya

that

tar

beyond

tar-

(v) to cross

tara

lofty

tarambo

stud (n)

tarasse

aloft

taratost

platemail (king body fortress)

taren

prince

tari

queen

tarien

princess

Tarion

Sunday

tarka

horn (animal)

tarma

pillar

tarna

passage

taruku

ox

tarya

stiff (adj)

tathar

willow

taty-

(v) to repeat

taur

wood (forest)

Taur'Amandil

Druid

taur'ohtar

ranger, woodsman

Taur'Quessir

wood elves

Taur'Quessir

Sylvan Elf

taure

forest

taurea

forested

taureliloomea

deep forest shadows

taurina

wooden

taurn

high

tauron

forester

tavar

wood (substance)

tea

line, straight (precise)

tearc

rare

teema

line

teema

row

teena'

straight

tehta

sign

tehtar

signs

tekil

quill pen

Tel'

the (when expressing importance)

tel'

of the

Tel'Quessir

elves. literally 'The People'

Tel'Quessir

The People (elves)

tel-

(v) to finish, end

tela

end (n)

tela

finish (n)

telco

stem

telda

roof, having a

telella

elf, young

telimbo

canopy

telko

leg

tella

hind portion

tella

last

tella're

yesterday

telluma

vault

telme

blanket

telmello

top

telt-

(v) to exceed

Telumendil

a constellation

telwa

late

temar

series

templa

magic

ten'

because

ten'

for

ten'oio

forever

ten-

(v) to hear

tengw-

(v) to write

tengwa

writing (n)

tengwanda

alphabet

tengwer

letter (alphabetical)

tengwesta

grammar

tenkel-

(v) to spell (words)

tenna'

until

teret

auger

tereva

fine

termar-

(v) to endure

termara

endurance

tess-

(v) to hold onto

thalion

dauntless

thang-

(v) to oppress

thanga

oppression (n)

thar

across

thar

against

thar

beyond, distant

thar-

(v) to go athwart

thaur

abominable, abhorrent

thol

helm

thon

pine tree

thond

root

thoron

eagle

tie

direction

tiht-

(v) to blink

tikse

dot

til

point

tilion

horned

timpe

rain, misty drizzle

tincmaeg

dagger, lit.: metal-pointed

tinco

metal

tincya

chain, lit.: metal ring(s)

tincyatost

chain-mail

tind-

(v) to glint

tindome

star lit

tindome

starry evening

tindomerel

nightingale

tinechor

shield

tinga

flint

tingilinde

star, twinkling

tint-

(v) to sparkle

tinta

sparkle (n)

tintil-

(v) to tremble

tinu

daughter

tir-

(v) to watch over, guard

tiri

bright

tirion

watchtower

tiris

town, walled

tirne

brow

titta

tiny (size)

tiuka

fat (adj)

tiuka

thick

tiuko

thigh

tiuy-

(v) to get fat

tol

isle

tolk-

(v) to support

tolmen

hill, isolated

tolos

knob

tolos

lump

tolto

8

tombo

gong

too'

wool

toop-

(v) to roof

toopa

roof

toror'

brother

triall-

(v) to walk

tu-

(v) to serve

tua

service (n)

tualka

immovable

tuar

servant (n)

tug

vigor

tugea

vigorous

tuile

spring (water)

tuilindo

swallow (bird)

tuim-

(v) to bud

tuiy-

(v) to swell

tuk-

(v) to pull

tukali-

(v) to tangle

tul're

tomorrow

tul -

(v) to come

tulk-

(v) to establish

tulma

bier

tult-

(v) to send for

tulunka

steady

tulwe

pole (n)

tum

valley

tumba

deep

tumbale

valley, deep

tumbo

vale, dark

tumna

profound

tumpo

hump

tunga

tight

tuo

muscle

tups-

(v) to thatch

tupsa

thatch

tur-

(v) to control

tur-

(v) to master, overmaster

tura

master (n)

ture

mastery (n)

turn-

(v) to govern

turs-

(v) to kindle

tursa

kindling

tury-

(v) to wield (weapon)

tusture

tinder

tuul-

(v) to come from

tuulo'

from

tuup-

(v) to cover

tyal-

(v) to play

tyalie

game (fun)

tyar-

(v) to act

tyar-

(v) to cause

tyaro

actor

tyaro

agent

tyav-

(v) to feel (physical)

tyel-

(v) to end

tyelka

agile

tyeller

grades

tyen-

(v) to quench

tyene

quenched

tyulmi

mast

tyulusse

poplar tree

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ue

fleece

uial

twilight

uile

seaweed

uin

whale

ujere

dull

ulm-

(v) to mutter

ulma

muttering

ulmul-

(v) to mumble

ulu-

(v) to pour, flow

ulund-

(v) to flood

ulundo

deformed

um-

(v) to do

uma

yes

umarth

bad-luck, ill fated

umbar

fate

undome

evening

ungue

hollow

ungwal-

(v) to torture

ungwe

spiders web

unk-

(v) to hollow out

ur-

(v) to heat

ura

heat (n)

ure

large

Urime

August

urn-

(v) to warm

urna

warmth

urnai

oven

urnu

warm

urra

hot

uruite

fiery

uruloki

dragon

urya

blaze

usin-

(v) to escape

usquen-

(v) to reek

utinu

son

utu-

(v) to find

uu-

un-

uum-

(v) to do not

uuner

nobody

uuranor

fiery sun

uuvanimo

monster

uuve

abundance, abundant

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vaasa

consumer

vair-

(v) to weave

vaira

weave

vairar

weaver

val

power

Val'istar

Archmage

Valanya

Saturday

valasse

divinity

valilnore

people of valar

valin-

(v) to be happy

valk-

(v) to be visible

valya

divine authority

van-

(v) to walk

vanim

beauty

vanima

beautiful

vano

step

vanwa

over (past)

vanya

fair

var-

(v) to protect

vara

protection (n)

varda

exalted

varna

safe

vas-

(v) to consume

vasa

food (n)

ve'

like

vee'

as

vene

dish

vene

raft

ver-

(v) to wed

vera

wedding (n)

verne'

wife

vernien

coast, beach

verno'

husband

veru'

married pair

very-

(v) to dare

verya

bold

veryien

daring

vest-

(v) to swear, promise

vesta

matrimony

vesta

oath

vesta

promise (n)

vie'

manhood

vieme'

womanhood

vilya

air

Viresse

April

vithel

also

vor-

(v) to continue

voronda

faithful

voronwe

steadfast

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waan-

(v) to pass

waani

goose

waara

dirty

waen

stained

waht-

(v) to soil, dirty, stain

waima

robe

wain-

(v) to sheath

waina

sheath (n)

wainole

quiver (for arrows)

wait-

(v) to wrap

wandil

staff

wann-

(v) to disappear

wanwa

gone

wanwa

lost (adj)

wanwie

past (time) (n)

wany-

(v) to depart

way-

(v) to envelope

wea

adult

wea

manly

ween

freshness

weer-

(v) to agree

weera

agreement (n)

wen

maiden

wendele

maidenhood

wenesse

virginity

wenya

fresh

wethril

shadowy

wethrin-

(v) to deceive

wethrina

deceit (n)

wili-

(v) to float (in air)

Wilwarin

a constellation

wilwarin

butterfly

winde

grey, pale (adj)

windele

loom

wing

foam

wing

sea spray

winya

new

winyar

newbie

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ya

who

yaa

former

yaana

holy place

yaana

temple

yaara

ancient

yaare

former days

yaavan

harvest

yaawe

gully

yaiw-

(v) to mock

yal-

(v) to summon

yallume

at last

yaluumesse

once upon a time

yamen'

place

yana

previous

yang-

(v) to yawn

yanta

tunnel

yanw-

(v) to join

yarr-

(v) to snarl

yarra

snarling

yassen

with

yassene

within

yat'

neck

yatost

ringmail

yatta

isthmus

Yavannie

September

yave

fruit

yavie

autumn

yee

eek!

yel-

(v) to call

yel-

(v) to shout

yela

shout (n)

yelt-

(v) to loathe

yelta

loathing

yen

year

yerna

decrepit

yery-

(v) to wear out

yest-

(v) to begin

yesta

beginning (n)

yeste'

first

yulm-

(v) to brand

yuln-

(v) to drink

yulna

drink (n)

yuul-

(v) to smolder

yuula

ember

yuuyo

both

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