Translation: from quenya to english

from english to quenya

EVER

  • 1 ita

    adv. 2 “very, extremely” PE17:112. Like \#1 above, this element emerged as part of Tolkien’s efforts to explain the initial element of the name Idril Q Itaril, so it is questionable if \#1 and \#2 were ever meant to coexist in the “same” version of Quenya. 3 pron “that which” VT49:12, emended from tai \#1, q.v. The form ita is compounded from the relative pronoun i + the pronoun ta “that, it”.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > ita

  • 2 íta

    noun "a flash" PM:363 adv. 2 “very, extremely” PE17:112. Like \#1 above, this element emerged as part of Tolkien’s efforts to explain the initial element of the name Idril Q Itaril, so it is questionable if \#1 and \#2 were ever meant to coexist in the “same” version of Quenya.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > íta

  • 3 úlumë

    adv. “ever”, at all times in a series or period PE17:156. Cf. ullumë.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > úlumë

  • 4 tenna

    prep. "until, up to, as far as" CO, "unto" VT44:35-36, “to the point”, “right up to a point” of time/place, “until”, “to the object, up to, to reach, as far as”VT49:22, 23, 24, PE17:187, elided tenn' in the phrase tenn' Ambar-metta "unto the ending of the world" in EO, because the next word begins in a similar vowel; cf. tennoio "for ever" tenna + oio, q.v. The unelided form appears in PE17:105: Tenna Ambar-metta.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > tenna

  • 5 tennoio

    adv. “for ever” CO; see tenna

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > tennoio

  • 6 ullumë

    adv.? a word occurring in Fíriel's Song, evidently meaning "not for ever". Cf. ú-, lúmë and úlumë.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > ullumë

  • 7 Oiomúrë

    place-name; noun *"Ever-?mist" Silm

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > Oiomúrë

  • 8 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.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > voro-

  • 9 voro

    adv. "ever" BOR, LT1:250, 273 only voro in the Etymologies; also in Narqelion 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.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > voro

  • 10 oio

    noun "an endless period" CO or adv. "ever" SA:los. Oiolairë "Ever-summer" name of a tree, UT:167; also in the name Coron Oiolairë, "Mound of Ever-summer". Oiolossë "Everwhite, Ever-snowwhite", a name of Taniquetil OY, hence the translation "Mount Everwhite" in Tolkien's rendering of Namárië. See also SA:los. Explicit "mount" in Oron Oiolossë "Mount Everwhite" WJ:403. Ablativic genitive Oiolossëo "from Mount Everwhite" in Namárië Nam, RGEO:67, OY

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > oio

  • 11 ia

    adv. "ever" GEY, EY; replaced by oia.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > ia

  • 12 vorosanya(þ)

    adj. "regular, law-abiding, normal" VT46:16; also just sanya þ. The prefix voro- means “ever” or “continually”.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > vorosanya(þ)

  • 13 sanya(þ)

    1 adj. "regular, law-abiding, normal" STAN; variant vorosanya with a prefixed element meaning "ever" VT46:16 2 noun ?"name" reading of gloss uncertain, VT46:16 3 noun "truth, fact" VT46:16

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > sanya(þ)

  • 14 oi

    adv. "ever" OY

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > oi

  • 15 vor

    adv. "ever" BOR, LT1:250, 273 only voro in the Etymologies; also in Narqelion

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > vor

  • 16 Vairë

    1 fem. name "the Weaver", name of a Valië, spouse of Mandos Silm, WEY. The name is translated "Ever-weaving" in VT39:10, and it is implied that the archaic form was *Wairē rather than ¤Weirē, the reconstruction given in the Etymologies entry WEY. Tolkien considered changing the name to Vérë PE17:33 One source glosses the literal meaning as “weaving” rather than “weaver” PE17:191.

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English) > Vairë

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