Translation: from quenya to english

from english to quenya

she

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    "k", also ce “k” “may be” VT49:19, 27, particle indicating uncertainty VT42:34; ce in Bill Welden's note is a misspelling, VT44:38, but the short form ce does occur in other texts, cf. VT49:18-19. In VT42, Welden wrote that Tolkien altered ké to kwí or kwíta, q.v., but Welden later noted that "it does not follow that because the form was changed in another sentence it would necessarily have been corrected in the examples cited" VT44:38. So cé/ké may still be a conceptually valid form. The forms in kw- rather than qu- seem abnormal for Quenya, at least as far as spelling is concerned. In another conceptual phase, cé was also used = “if” VT49:19, but this conjunction appears as qui elsewhere. Examples of cé, ce meaning “if” said to be “usually used with aorist” include cé mo quetë ulca “k”, “q” *”if one speaks evil”, cé tulis, nauvan tanomë “k” *”if she comes, I will be there” VT49:19, cé mo*“if one…”, ce formenna *“if northwards” VT49:26

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  • 22 ravennë

    noun "she-lion" LT1:260

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  • 23 ane-

    form of copula “was” when pronominal endings follow: anen “I was”, anel “you were”, anes “she/it was” VT49:28, 29; see ná \#1.

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  • 24 fanya

    noun "white cloud" translated "sky" in FS; pl. fanyar in Namárië Nam, RGEO:67.. Used “only of white clouds, sunlit or moonlit, or clouds gilded or silvered at the edges by light behind them”, not “of storm clouds or cloud canopies shutting out the light” PE17:174. Cf. lumbo, q.v. According to VT46:15, fanya was originally given as an adjective "white" in the Etymologies; the printed version in LR wrongly implies that fanya and fána both mean "cloud", whereas actually the first was at this stage meant to be an adjective "white" whereas fána is both noun "cloud" and adj. "white". However, Namárië and later emendations to the entry SPAN in Etym indicate that Tolkien would later think of fanya as a noun "cloud", perhaps giving it the same double meaning as fána: noun "cloud" as well as adjective "white". According to PE17:26, fanya was originally an adjectival form “white and shining” that was however often used as a noun “applied to various things, notably to white clouds lit by sun or moon”. In Namárië, the word is used poetically with reference to the hands of Varda she lifted her hands ve fanyar “like clouds”.

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  • 25 massa

    noun "bread" massamma "our bread", VT43:18; massánië "breadgiver", used as a title of the highest woman among any Elvish people, since she had the keeping and gift of the coimas lembas. Also simply translated "Lady" PM:404

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