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anta (2) noun "face" (ANA1, VT45:5) antara "very high, very lofty", the adjective tára "lofty" with the superlative prefix an- (q.v.) We might have expected *antára.

Also name Antaro (VT45:5, 36), said to be the "name of a mountain in Valinor south of Taniqetil" (VT) antë "giver" (f.) (ANA1) anto (1) "mouth", also name of tengwa #13 (Appendix E) anto (2) "giver" (m.) (ANA1)antoryamë "strengthening", used of various manipulations of a stem, such as lengthening vowels or consonants or turning a consonant or a vowel into a "blend" (see ostimë) (VT39:9) antúlien "hath returned" in the phrase I.cal' antúlien ("k") "Light hath returned" (LT0); note the "Qenya" third person ending -n.

Quettaparma Quenyallo † = poetic or archaic word (e.g. Tolkien, LT1 = The Book of Lost Tales 1, LT2 = The Book of Lost Tales 2, Nam = Namárië (in Lot R:398), CO = Cirion's Oath and its commentary in UT:305, 317, EO = Elendil's Oath in Lot R:1003, 1004; Arct = "Arctic" sentence (in The Father Christmas Letters), Markirya = the Markirya Poem and its commentary in MC:221-223; GL = Gnomish Lexicon (in Parma Eldalamberon #11), QL = Qenya Lexicon (in Parma Eldalamberon #12), PE = Parma Eldalamberon, VT = Vinyar Tengwar (PE and VT being journals publishing Tolkien material edited by C. When n in a word represents earlier ñ (ng as in "thing") and should be spelt with the letter noldo rather than númen in Tengwar writing, this is indicated by (ñ) immediately following the word in question (see for instance Noldomar). The particle a is also present in the negative imperatives ala, #ála or áva, q.v.a- (1) prefix occurring in the word Atalante, said to denote "complete". It may be prefixed to verbal stems following a noun that is the object of sense-verbs like "see" and "hear" when the verb it is prefixed to describes what happens to this noun, as in man cenuva lumbor ahosta[? ) (MC:221) ailo "lake, pool" (LT9; Tolkien's later Quenya has ailin) aimenal, aimenel - see lirulin aina "holy" (AYAN), derived from Ainu. According to VT, the word is "obsolete, except in Ainur", apparently suggesting that airë or airëa (q.v.) were the normal term for "holy" in later Quenya.

russë "corruscation, †swordblade"), * = unattested form, ** = wrong form, # = word that is only attested in a compound or as an inflected form (e.g. Wordlist last updated May 17th, 2005 a (1) vocative particle "O" in a vanimar "O beautiful ones" (Lot R3: VI ch. name, "bride" (LT2; in Tolkien's later Quenya, "bride" is rather indis) acúna ("k") see cúna Ae (Quenya? " (Nam, RGEO:66; also twice in Narqelion, untranslated.) In one (abandoned) version of the Quenya Lord's Prayer, Tolkien may seem to use ai as a vocative particle: ai Ataremma ? VT, 19 instead gives Ecyanáro as the Q form of Aegnor.) aicassë ("k") (1) "mountain peak" (AYAK)aicassë ("k") (2) "pinetree" (GL:17; this "Qenya" word is evidently obsoleted by #1 above.) ailin (" He also used Aina Eruontari for "holy Mother" in his rendering of the Sub Tuum Praesidium (WJ:399, FS, SA, VT, VT44:5, 12, 17-18) Aini feminine form of Ainu (AYAN, LT8); see Ainu. Aini (AYAN, LT8); "one of the 'order' of the Valar and Maiar, made before Eä"; pl. Ainulindalë "Music of the Ainur" (SA:lin #2), the First History (WJ:406), the Song of Creation (AYAN) aipio "plum tree, cherry tree" (GL:18) aiqua ("q") "steep" (AYAK) aiqualin ("q") "tall", plural form () (MC:216; this is "Qenya" - but cf. Aldúya fourth day of the Eldarin six-day week, dedicated to the Trees (Appendix D).

When s in a word represents earlier Þ (th as in "thing") and it should be spelt with the letter súlë instead of silmë in Tengwar writing (though Tolkien himself sometimes ignored or forgot this), this is indicated by (Þ) immediately following the word in question (see for instance asëa aranion). Alyë (VT, VT44:9) seems to be the imperative particle a with the pronominal suffix -lyë "you, thou" suffixed to indicate the subject who is to carry out the command; attested in the phrase alyë anta *"give thou" (elided aly' in VT, since the next word begins in e-: aly' eterúna me, *"do thou deliver us"). (TALÁT) a- (2) a prefix occurring in the Markirya poem (Tolkien first used na-, then changed it).

(Appendix A, Silm, UT:166, NDÛ/VT) Andúril "Flame of the West", sword-name (Lot R1: II ch.

3) Andustar the "Westlands" of Númenor (UT:165) anessë "given (or added) name" (encompassing both epessi and amilessi) (MR:217) anga "iron", also name of tengwa #7 (ANGÂ, Appendix E, SA, PM:347, LT9, 268). also Angainor the chain with which Melkor was bound (Silm) angaina "of iron" (ANGÂ) angaitya "torment" (LT9) Angamando "Iron-gaol", Sindarin Angband (MR:350).

= past tense, fut = future tense, perf = perfect tense, freq = frequentative form, inf = infinitive, gen = genitive, pl = plural form, sg = singular form.

Wynne; please refer to the individual journals here referenced to determine which editors are involved in any given case), vb = verb, adj = adjective, interj = interjection, pa.t.6, translated in Letters:308); also attested repeatedly in VT (cf. ) "day" (LEP/LEPEN/LEPEK - ae was written over ar [# 2] in the names of the Valinorean week, but ar was not struck out.) aha "rage", also name of tengwa #11, earlier called harma (Appendix E) ahosta see hosta #ahya- "change", only attested in the past tense: ahyanë (PM:395) ai! "o our Father" (VT, 13) aia interjection "hail", variant of aiya (VT) aica (1) ("k") "sharp" (AYAK) or "fell, terrible, dire" (PM:347; according to PM:363 seldom applied to evil things). aica (2) ("k") "broad, vast" (LT8 - this early "Qenya" form is probably obsoleted by # 1 above) aicalë ("k") "a peak" (AYAK)Aicanáro ("k") "Sharp Flame, Fell Fire", masc. ailinen", in Tolkien's later Quenya ) "pool, lake" (AY, LIN1, LT9)#ailinë (nominative uncertain) a "Qenya" word for "shore, beach" (in Tolkien's later Quenya rather hresta). aiqua above.) aiquen "if anybody, whoever" (WJ:372) aira (1) "red, copper-coloured, ruddy" (GAY) aira (2) "holy"; see airë. The latter source states that primitive *galadâ, whence Quenya alda, originally applied to stouter and more spreading trees such as oaks or beeches, while straighter and more slender trees such as birches were called *ornê, Quenya ornë - but this distinction was not always observed in Quenya, and it seems that alda became the general word. The word seems to include *Aldu, a dual form referring to the Two Trees.15): A Hrísto *"o Christ", A Eruion *"o God the son/son of God", a Aina Fairë *"o Holy Spirit", a aina Maria *"o holy Mary". aira (3) "old" (MC:214; this is "Qenya") [aira (4) "eternal" (EY, VT)] airë (1) "holy", #Airefëa "the Holy Spirit" (VT, dative airefëan on the previous page), airetári or Airë Tári "holy queen" (a title of Varda, PM:363), genitive aire-tário "holy-queen's" (Nam, RGEO:67 - but according to PM:363, airë is the noun "sanctity", while aira is the adjective "holy"; VT refers to an etymological note of "Sept.-Oct. Alatairë "Great Sea", name of Western Ocean between Beleriand and Valinor, called Belegaer in Sindarin (ÁLAT, AYAR/AIR) alca ("k") "ray of light" (AKLA-R) alcantaméren ("k") "made it shine" (with a Place-name Aldalómë *"Tree-night" or *"Tree-twilight" (Lot R2: III ch. The Númenóreans altered the name to Aldëa (presumably Warfare is a great matter to a nation; it is the ground of death and of life; it is the way of survival and of destruction, and must be examined.Several occurrences in FS: antalto "they gave"; strangely, no past tense marker seems to be present (se -lto for the ending); antar a pl.verb translated "they gave", though in Lot R-style Quenya it would rather be the present tense "give" (pl.); antaróta "he gave it" (anta-ró-ta "gave-he-it"), another verb occurring in Fíriel's Song, once again with no past tense marker.Despite its English gloss, anca is a singular word (in Etym the gloss is indeed "jaw", not "jaws"). In Andafangar "Longbeards", one of the tribes of the Dwarves (= Khuzdul Sigin-tarâg and Sindarin Anfangrim) (PM:320); andavë "long", as adverb. 4, translated in Letters:308) andamunda "elephant" ("long-mouth", anda munda) (MBUD) andatehta "long-mark" (TEK), indicated to be an accent-like symbol ´ used to mark long vowels (VT) ando (1) "gate", also name of tengwa #5 (AD, Appendix E).