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from quenya to english

FURTHER, FURTHERMORE

  • 1 FURTHER, FURTHERMORE

    (adv.) entë (moreover, what is more). The word an may also be used = ”moreover, furthermore, and so – for, to proceed”, but an would often imply “for”, introducing the reason for what has already been said. –VT47:15, VT49:19

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (English-Quenya) > FURTHER, FURTHERMORE

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