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CLOAK

  • 1 sinda(þ)

    adj. "grey" PE17:72; nominal pl. Sindar used = "Grey-elves", lit. *"Grey ones"; see WJ:375. Gen. pl. Sindaron in WJ:369. With general meaning "grey" also in Sindacollo Singollo "Grey-cloak, Thingol" SA:thind, PE17:72; see also sindë, Sindicollo;†sindanórië "grey land", ablative sindanóriello "from/out of a grey country" Nam; the reference is to a “mythical region of shadows lying at outer feet of the Mountains of Valinor” PE17:72. However, other sources give sindë q.v. as the Quenya word for "grey"; perhaps sinda came to mean primarily "Grey-elf" as a noun. Derived adjective Sindarin "Grey-elven", normally used as a noun to refer to the Grey-elven language. Appendix F

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  • 2 Sindicollo(þ)

    noun "Grey-cloak", title of Elwë Elu. Sindarin Thingol. WJ:410, MR:217.Sindi- in this name is a compound form of sindë, q.v. Original form Thindicollo WJ:333. The Silmarillion appendix SA:thind gives Sindacollo.

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  • 3 colla

    passive participle "borne, worn" compare \#col- "bear"; also used as a noun = "vestment, cloak" MR:385. Variant form collo "cloak" SA:thind in the name Sindicollo q.v., sc. colla with a masculine ending.

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  • 4 vacco

    "k" noun "jacket, cloak" GL:21, QL:100

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  • 5 fanta-

    vb. "to veil, cloak, mantle" VT43:22, mainly used of veils cast over things that shone, or that were brighter and more vivid PE17:174; according to Tolkien usually the strong past tense fánë and perfect afánië were used, but later also fantanë in the past tense and then perhaps *afantië in the perfect? PE17:179-180 Cf halya- q.v., the stem of which Tolkien contrasted with the stem of this verb PE17:184.

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  • 6 arwa

    1 adj. "in control of, possessing" followed by genitive, e.g. *arwa collo, "having a cloak colla". Also suffix -arwa"having", as in aldarwa "having trees, tree-grown" 3AR. In a deleted entry in the Etymologies, -arwa was glossed "having, possessing, holding, controlling" VT45:14 2 noun "possessions, belongings, wealth VT45:14

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