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Mellonamin,

Below you will find simple grammatical rules and word lists for use in creating elven phrases.
Much effort has been put into making the process as simple as possible. A section on elven roleplay
may also be found after the word list. The Grey Companys Elven is a growing language based 'loosely'
on the elven found throughout JRR Tolkiens works. As we strive to nurture its growth, all input is
encouraged and appreciated.

Lissenen ar' maska'lalaith tenna' lye omentuva


Lywnis Autumleaf, Tel'Mithrim
This dictionary and accompanying phrase guide represent uncountable hours of work by the members of the
Grey Company. Permission is given to distribute this dictionary for role-playing purposes as long as the entire
dictionary, including the credits for those who did the work, is kept intact. In other words, don't pretend you made it
when you pass it out. If you add your own words and phrases, please inform a member of the Grey Company so we
can see to it that the new words are added, you'll be given credit for it.

GRAMMAR

1) PLURALS:
* Denoted r, ea, ie, or, io, and oo. Exact choice is left up to the person creating the plural.
* Use -rim to denote great numbers or respect
Examples:
nimbrethie = birches
Aredhelrim = elf lords

2) PRONOUNS:
* when used alone pronouns express subjects (amin mela lle - I love you)
* when used in possessive phrases they express possession (melamin - my love)

I (my,mine) amin him (his) ho


we, us (ours) lye her (hers) he
he ro they ron
she re them (their) sen
it (its) ta this sina
you (yours) lle that tanya
you(p) (yours-p) llie who ya

3) POSSESSIVE PHRASES:
SIMPLE
Subject:possessor
* Append pronoun to end of object.
* Pluralize noun first.
Examples:
irmo = desire, irmoamin = my desire or irmoieamin = my desires
atar = father, atarho = his father
COMPLEX
Subject of Subject:possessor
* Seperate secondary subject (possessed by primary subject) with en
from the simple familiar of the primary subject.
Examples:
mela en coiamin love of the life of I love of my life
tinu en atarahe daughter of the mother of her her mother's daughter

SIMPLE NONFAMILIAR OR PROPER


Subject of Possessor
* use when possessor is expressing distance/separation from object
or when possessor is proper.
* Seperate subject from possessor with en.
Examples:
mellon en amin friend of I my friend (expresses distance)
megil en Lywnis sword of Lywnis Lywnis' sword

4) ADJECTIVES:
* Append to the front of the object/action they are describing.
Examples:
corialote purple flower
lashae wide ocean (last 2 ns from lann dropped)
* when expressing intensities (i.e. bright, brighter, brightest)
1) when stem ends in vowel append -n for -er and -nin for -est
Examples:
tiri = bright, brightly tirin = brighter tirinin = brightest
2)when stem ends in noun append -in for -er and -inin for -est
Examples:
calen = green calenin = greener caleninin = greenest

5) ADVERBS:
* Follows verb in unchanged form.
* Also see intensity rules listed above.
Examples:
cormamin glina tiri my heart it gleams bright my heart gleams brightly
i'aredhelrim quene hodo the elf lords they spoke wise the elf lords spoke wisely

6) VERBS:
* Conjugate to past, present, future, conditional with e,a, uva, aya
past -e
present -a
future -uva
conditional -aya
Examples:
amin elee = I saw, amin elea = I see, amin eleuva = I shall see, amin eleaya = I would see
* two or more conjugated verbs may exist in one phrase as long as are not strung together.
* use unconjugated verbs when stringing more than one together
Examples:
amin irma quen I desire to speak
lle delotha mel amin You hate to love me
* -ing endings are expressed by appending -ad or -ien to the stem if it ends in a noun
or - d if it ends in a vowel.
Example:
amin naa tulien a' i'til I am coming to the point
* -ed endings are expressed using the past tense conjugation.
Example:
nardane ron kaime e' i'liavea en' ilya n'at entwined they slept in each others arms

7) CREATION OF NEW WORDS


* keep it simple, use portions of other words, and try to remain true to the flowing nature of elven
* before using the words your new words, either post them to the GC private folder entitled Elven
Language Discussion, or get written permission from the Keeper of The Dictionary.
* rationalize your derivation, before using the words that you create. If a suitable words for
derivation do not exist than make one up keeping in mind simplicity and the nature of elven.
* when taking a noun from a verb stem:
1) conjugate to present form for direct noun (i.e. ele- to see, elea(v) sees, elea(n) sight
2) for a related term, append either o or u to the stem (i.e. eleo - eye)
3) when ascribing the verb to a person, append ar to the stem
(i.e. oht-war, ohtar - warrior)
* when creating words from two or more words, append together and drop enough letters from
the appendor to avoid cumbersome letter sequences (see below)

8) PHRASE CONSTRUCTION:
*Use subject - verb - object (add adverbs and adjectives as above)
*Phrase questions as statements followed by question maker.
*Words such as a, does, would etc. may be inferred from the context of the phrase.
* When appending pronouns or adjectives, you may drop letters from the appendor
in order to eliminate awkward sequences of letters. Examples would be avoiding
3 consonants in a row, 3 vowels in a row, or 2 of the same vowel in a row.
Examples:
Amin mela lle. I love you.
Lye nuquernuva sen e dagor We will defeat them in battle
Lle anta yulna en alu? Do you need a drink of water?
Uma, amin naa fauka. Yes, I am thirsty
Amin sinta thaliolle e dagor I know your strength in battle.

More Complex Examples:


Amin lastuva ten' aredhelamin quena hodo. I will listen because my lord (elf) speaks wisely
Llie tula mellonea, vasa ni yulna en mereth en amin. Come friends, eat and drink of my feast
Il'quen sinta mellonamin Lywnis? Does everybody know my friend Lywnis?
Uma, lye sinta he. Yes, we know him.

WORD LIST
Common To Elvish Elvish to Common
himy- (v) to abide by 'khselee
beholder nwaly- (v) to ache 'ksh- evil
tyar- (v) to act -dil devotion
onot- (v) to add up -dil lover of (append)
himb- (v) to adhere -dor land of (append)
weer- (v) to agree -dur belief
nias- (v) to ally -dur faith
ruth- (v) to anger -elle little
hant- (v) to appreciate -ien -ing
rakt- (v) to arrive -men' place of (append)
host- (v) to assemble -nan valley of (append)
cronh- (v) to attack -nen water of (append)
anid- (v) to avoid -ondol rock of (append)
cuiv- (v) to awaken -ril brilliance of (append)
mast- (v) to bake -rim great number
meiv- (v) to balance -ser fondness toward
kalp- (v) to bale out a Ah!
dagor- (v) to battle are today
na- (v) to be a' to
maur- (v) to be addicted a'mael beloved
nost- (v) to be born aa' may
nwalk- (v) to be cruel aaye hail (greeting)
fini- (v) to be cunning adanedhel male elf
amad- (v) to be foolish Adaron lord of trees
seim- (v) to be gentle adu double
valin- (v) to be happy Adurant Double stream
don- (v) to be like aegnor fell fire
nev- (v) to be near Aelin-uial meres of twilight
feinil- (v) to be selfish Aerandir sea wandered
irv- (v) to be sick agar blood
din- (v) to be silent agaru crimson
lenk- (v) to be slow agarwaen blood-stained
tanak- (v) to be sure aglar brilliance
valk- (v) to be visible aglareb glorious
natul- (v) to become Aglarond glittering cavern
on- (v) to beget aglon defile, narrow pass
yest- (v) to begin ah- (v) to rage
dur- (v) to believe aha rage (n)
lungan- (v) to bend ai little
nak- (v) to bite ai short
ninquit- (v) to bleach ai small
tiht- (v) to blink ai' any
tamp- (v) to block ai'er anyone
pust- (v) to blow ai'mithe mouse
kaw- (v) to bow aikanaro hell fire
yulm- (v) to brand ailoki drake
rusv- (v) to break ailosacath snow leopard
suul- (v) to breathe aimegil shortsword
luv- (v) to brood aina' holy
tuim- (v) to bud ainast- (v) to sting
samn- (v) to build Ainulindale music of the Ainur
naar- (v) to burn ainur holy ones
yel- (v) to call aira copper (color)
glak- (v) to capture aith mark
mali- (v) to care aiya oh!
kol- (v) to carry akh duty
ist- (v) to cast spell, ensorcele Akh'Faer Army of Art
atsa- (v) to catch akh'faern mage, Army of Art
tyar- (v) to cause Akh'Velahr Army of Might
gal- (v) to celebrate akh'velahrn soldier, Army of Might
lir- (v) to chant ala- (v) to grow
quor- (v) to choke alak- (v) to rush
dethol- (v) to choose alalme elm
poik- (v) to clean, cleanse alasse' joy
rist- (v) to cleave, cut alasse' merriment
atalt- (v) to collapse alata radiance
tul - (v) to come alda bush
tuul- (v) to come from aldeon avenue of trees
ettul- (v) to come out Aldudenie Lament for the two trees
nai- (v) to command Alduya Thursday
enyal- (v) to commemorate ale' after
mauy- (v) to compel ale'quel front
nur- (v) to complain alfirin small golden flower
baug- (v) to constrain, withhold alkar glory
vas- (v) to consume Alkarinque a star
vor- (v) to continue alma wealth
tur- (v) to control almare bliss
deas- (v) to cook alqua swan
noot- (v) to count Alqualond Swan haven
tuup- (v) to cover alta big
kiris- (v) to crack alu water
kurw- (v) to craft Alu'Quessir sea elves
ont- (v) to create aly- (v) to prosper
tar- (v) to cross alya prosperous
rien- (v) to crown alya rich
rust- (v) to crumble alye' together
nall- (v) to cry am' yet
nirw- (v) to cushion am- (v) to raise
kir- (v) to cut, cleave amad- (v) to be foolish
salk- (v) to dance amada fool
ling- (v) to dangle amalda treetop
very- (v) to dare Aman blessed
wethrin- (v) to deceive amandil cleric
nuquern- (v) to defeat amarth doom
ost- (v) to defend amatikse dot above line of writing
groth- (v) to delve ambalcell flagstone
lol- (v) to deny amban hillside
wany- (v) to depart ambar bosom
ostek- (v) to describe amin I
irm- (v) to desire amin me
marty- (v) to destine amin myself
gurth- (v) to die amir necklace
fair- (v) to die naturally amon hill
qualm- (v) to die painfully amp- (v) to hook
wann- (v) to disappear ampa hook
oqueni- (v) to discuss ampano hall, wooden
um- (v) to do ampenda uphill
uum- (v) to do not amrun morning
kalp- (v) to draw water an(n) long
kaimel- (v) to dream ananta and yet
yuln- (v) to drink anar sun
lipt- (v) to drip Anarriima a constellation
quorin- (v) to drown Anarya Tuesday
bar- (v) to dwell anca jaws
grod- (v) to dwell underground andaith long mark
piik- (v) to dwindle andamunda elephant
mat- (v) to eat andatehta mark, long (in writing)
hwind- (v) to eddy andir pilgrim
fain- (v) to emit, send out ando gate
luht- (v) to enchant Andor land of gift
pel- (v) to encircle Andram long wall
tyel- (v) to end Anduin long river
termar- (v) to endure andune afternoon
nardan- (v) to entwine anfaug dry
way- (v) to envelope anfaug thirst
orar- (v) to erode anfauglir desert
usin- (v) to escape anfauglith gasping dust
tulk- (v) to establish anga iron (metal)
telt- (v) to exceed angband iron prison
palu- (v) to expand anghabar iron delvings
duil- (v) to expect angren iron (made of)
tain- (v) to extend angrenost iron fortress
quell- (v) to fade angrist iron cleaver
lant- (v) to fall anid- (v) to avoid
car- (v) to fan anka row, of teeth
gorg- (v) to fear ankalima radiant (adj)
tyav- (v) to feel (physical) anmegil longsword
feuy- (v) to feel disgust anna present
nyeer- (v) to feel grief Annatar lord of gifts
quant- (v) to fill annon door
utu- (v) to find annun sunset
tel- (v) to finish, end anor sun
tank- (v) to fix anoron dawn
runy- (v) to flame Anoron'Quessir Sunrise Elf
el- (v) to flank (go around) ant- (v) to need
wili- (v) to float (in air) anta face
lut- (v) to float (in water) antha watchful
ulund- (v) to flood anto mouth
rink- (v) to flourish antoando lip
sir- (v) to flow anwa actual
rip- (v) to fly anwa real
khil- (v) to follow, obey apanonar men (the after born)
soor- (v) to follow, track apsa herb
poldor- (v) to force ar' and
tamin- (v) to forge ar- royal
demad- (v) to forget ar- noble
leith- (v) to free aran king
hilkin- (v) to freeze aranion kingsfoil (a plant)
faug- (v) to gape Aratar the exalted
sangan- (v) to gather arato champion
erde- (v) to germinate arauka swift (adj)
tiuy- (v) to get fat Arda Earth
on- (v) to give ardhon county, province
glin- (v) to gleam aredhel noble-elf
tind- (v) to glint arfaern wing leader, Army of Art
mirily- (v) to glitter arinya early
aut- (v) to go armar goods (trade)
thar- (v) to go athwart arme'- noble (f)
kel- (v) to go away, leave arme'- royal (f)
nast- (v) to gore arnor land of the king
turn- (v) to govern arrn- (v) to storm
map- (v) to grasp arrna storm
ala- (v) to grow aru beside
nuur- (v) to growl Arvandor heaven
inty- (v) to guess arwen lady
namb- (v) to hammer asc- (v) to make haste
maht- (v) to handle asca haste (n)
ling- (v) to hang ascar impetuous
mart- (v) to happen assa hole
cron- (v) to harm assa opening (n)
deloth- (v) to hate, abhor astald brave
cael- (v) to have astald valiant
fallan- (v) to heal asto dust
kunb- (v) to heap, pile at torso
ten- (v) to hear atalan down fallen
ur- (v) to heat atalt- (v) to collapse
qalum- (v) to heave, throw atani men (the second people)
riim- (v) to hem ataque construction
gund- (v) to hew atar father
nurt- (v) to hide atara mother
kwar- (v) to hold atendea year (leap)
tess- (v) to hold onto athrad ford
unk- (v) to hollow out atost armor
amp- (v) to hook atsa- (v) to catch
estel- (v) to hope atse' herself
ngwaw- (v) to howl atso' himself
far- (v) to hunt atta 2
hort- (v) to hurry atta two
kaly- (v) to illuminate atya' same
naus- (v) to imagine atyar peer
oblet- (v) to imprison au' again
suil- (v) to incite aul- (v) to invent
pand- (v) to include aula invention
aul- (v) to invent aure sunlight
riht- (v) to jerk aut- (v) to go
yanw- (v) to join avaene without
lakwen- (v) to joke avahaire remote
lem- (v) to journey avanooti numberless
piry- (v) to juice avar- (v) to refuse, decline
turs- (v) to kindle avara refusal
miqul- (v) to kiss avari unwilling
tamn- (v) to knock awr- (v) to pain
sint- (v) to know ba dead
naini- (v) to lament baelnorn undead elven family defender
lips- (v) to lather band prison
lal- (v) to laugh bar- (v) to dwell
lirill- (v) to lay bara dwelling (n)
cor- (v) to lead barad tower
talt- (v) to lean, slope baru brown
halt- (v) to leap baug- (v) to constrain, withhold
istim- (v) to learn bauga restraint
lemb- (v) to leave behind beika excessive
tain- (v) to lengthen bel- (v) to move
sulp- (v) to lick beleg mighty
lapsa- (v) to lick frequently beleg strong
ris- (v) to lie (falsehood) belthil divine radiance
kea- (v) to lie down beme trumpet
kail- (v) to lie in bed beth word
me'- (v) to light braga explosion
last- (v) to listen bragol sudden
coi- (v) to live bragollach explosion
yelt- (v) to loathe brethil silver birch
mily- (v) to long for brilthor water fall
ma- (v) to look, glance brith gravel
mel- (v) to love buar- (v) to provoke
lov- (v) to lower burro' vassal
rwal- (v) to lust cabed cliff, precipice
karn- (v) to make cael- (v) to have
asc- (v) to make haste cair boat
karnel- (v) to make love Cala'Quessir High Elf
tur- (v) to master, overmaster calen green
lest- (v) to measure calen'loki green dragon
oment- (v) to meet calma lamp
hab- (v) to mine cam hand
palp- (v) to mix Cam'Wethrin Thief
yaiw- (v) to mock car- (v) to fan
bel- (v) to move carad red
ulmul- (v) to mumble carad'loki red dragon
ulm- (v) to mutter Caradhras redhorn
ess- (v) to name carak fang
oront- (v) to nap carak tooth
kwentr- (v) to narrate, tell a story carnim pink
ant- (v) to need cartel rose
naut- (v) to oblige caryave apple
pant- (v) to open cath cat
paly- (v) to open wide cebir stake
thang- (v) to oppress celeb silver
awr- (v) to pain celeb'loki silver dragon
waan- (v) to pass Celeb'Quessir silver elves
leneem- (v) to permit Celebrant silverlode
eht- (v) to pierce, spear celebreth diplomacy, sweet talk
simp- (v) to pipe (musical) celebrin silver like
tyal- (v) to play Cermie July
ng'and- (v) to play a harp chebin kept
saes- (v) to please/pleasure chil heir
hyar- (v) to plow circa sickle
kallasil- (v) to polish cirdan shipwright
nor- (v) to populate cirith cleft
hary- (v) to posses cirya galley (ship)
her- (v) to possess power coi- (v) to live
ulu- (v) to pour, flow coia life (n)
lait- (v) to praise coiasira time
kyerm- (v) to pray coiavano phase
erk- (v) to prick coimas life bread
tait- (v) to prolong coir- (v) to stir
aly- (v) to prosper collo cloak
var- (v) to protect cor- (v) to lead
buar- (v) to provoke cora leader
tuk- (v) to pull coria purple
roit- (v) to pursue corm heart (feeling)
tyen- (v) to quench coron mound
ah- (v) to rage creos- (v) to welcome
ros- (v) to rain creoso welcome
am- (v) to raise cron- (v) to harm
ngw- (v) to reach out cronh- (v) to attack
parm- (v) to read cu bow (weapon)
not- (v) to reckon cuar archer
usquen- (v) to reek cuiv- (v) to awaken
avar- (v) to refuse, decline cuiva awakening (n)
mary- (v) to rejoice cul golden-red
fain- (v) to release curu skill
rin- (v) to remember dae shadow
nark- (v) to rend daedeloth land of the dead
taty- (v) to repeat dagnir bane
nanquen- (v) to reply Dagor NelWiit'iri PVP
est- (v) to rest dagor- (v) to battle
entul- (v) to return dagora battle (n)
suyoll- (v) to revive dal foot
dun- (v) to rise dalnya footprint
rom- (v) to rise de up
kelum- (v) to rise (tide only) deanam possible
mist- (v) to roam deas- (v) to cook
nuor- (v) to roll deasar chef, cook
toop- (v) to roof del- (v) to worry
harn- (v) to rule deloth- (v) to hate, abhor
rim- (v) to run delotha abhorrence, hatred
alak- (v) to rush demad- (v) to forget
lung- (v) to sag deno' upon
talal- (v) to sail desiel ready
ramb- (v) to scream dethol- (v) to choose
neek- (v) to see vaguely dhaeraow traitor
ele- (v) to see, behold di'thang slave
map- (v) to seize din- (v) to be silent
tult- (v) to send for dina silent
tu- (v) to serve diol- (v) to thank
pany- (v) to set dol head
nuut- (v) to set (sun or moon) dolen hidden
haly- (v) to shade doltelme hood
kant- (v) to shape dome night, darkness
wain- (v) to sheath don- (v) to be like
miul- (v) to shed draug wolf
sil- (v) to shine du night, dimness
yel- (v) to shout duil- (v) to expect
girith- (v) to shudder duilar expectations
lind- (v) to sing duin river
salp- (v) to sip dulin bird
ham- (v) to sit dun- (v) to rise\cell
norolind- (v) to skip (feet) dur- (v) to believe
kiriss- (v) to slash e' in
ndengin- (v) to slay e'a into
kaim- (v) to sleep ear sea
fir- (v) to smell (the sense) ear'loke sea serpent
yuul- (v) to smolder Ear'Quessir Sea Elf
neum- (v) to snare, catch earcalen sea-green
yarr- (v) to snarl earendil half-elves
los- (v) to snow earka spine
waht- (v) to soil, dirty, stain earsira tide
hiraeth- (v) to sorrow earuile vine
lamy- (v) to sound echor fence
rend- (v) to sow ed' by
tint- (v) to sparkle edain men
quen- (v) to speak edainme woman
tenkel- (v) to spell (words) edan man
mon- (v) to spend edhel elf
puit- (v) to spit eht- (v) to pierce, spear
sank- (v) to split ehta spear (n)
palu- (v) to spread ehtar spearman
pint- (v) to spread out ehte puncture(n)
qua- (v) to squeak ehtele' spring (season)
ainast- (v) to sting eile else
holm- (v) to stink eina happiness
coir- (v) to stir eithel well
nit- (v) to stoop eket sabre
tamp- (v) to stop ektele fountain
arrn- (v) to storm el- (v) to flank (go around)
rany- (v) to stray elda, elena of the stars
lenn- (v) to stretch eldalie elven folk
pelekt- (v) to strike Eldamar Elvenhome, Evermeet
helt- (v) to strip ele- (v) to see, behold
hir- (v) to study elea sight (n)
onde- (v) to succumb/give up elear visionary
farn- (v) to suffice eledhwen elven light
quoro- (v) to suffocate elee eye
yal- (v) to summon Elemmiire a star
tolk- (v) to support elen star
inty- (v) to suppose elendil elf friend (informal)
solor- (v) to surge elendili elf friends
fios- (v) to surprise Elenya Monday
luk- (v) to swallow eligre ecstasy
siruluan'aty- (v) to sway eligri ecstatic
vest- (v) to swear, promise elin pool
tuiy- (v) to swell eller there
hwiny- (v) to swirl elmare rapture
san- (v) to take emyn hills
tukali- (v) to tangle en look (exclamation)
lam- (v) to taste en' of
sakkat- (v) to tear, rip ened middle
nyar- (v) to tell enedwaith middle-folk
diol- (v) to thank enga except
tups- (v) to thatch engwar ill
now- (v) to think ennorath middle-lands
fauk- (v) to thirst enque 6
nard- (v) to tie enquie week
nwalm- (v) to torment, sadden ento next
ungwal- (v) to torture entul- (v) to return
maink- (v) to trade enyal- (v) to commemorate
harm- (v) to treasure ephel outer fence
tintil- (v) to tremble er 1
quern- (v) to turn er one
quing- (v) to twang erchamion one-handed
rangw- (v) to understand erda deserted
magh- (v) to use erde- (v) to germinate
olvann- (v) to vanish, lose ere' only
fan- (v) to veil ereb alone
quain- (v) to wail ereb lonely
feith- (v) to wait ered seed
van- (v) to walk Ered Lithui Ashen Mountains
triall- (v) to walk ereg thorn
ran- (v) to wander eresse solitude
mern- (v) to want erin remains
oht- (v) to war erk- (v) to prick
urn- (v) to warm Eru Correlon Larethian, the One
tir- (v) to watch over, guard eruumea outer (adj)
lann- (v) to wear erya single (adj)
yery- (v) to wear out eska home
vair- (v) to weave ess- (v) to name
ver- (v) to wed essa name (n)
ni- (v) to weep est- (v) to rest
creos- (v) to welcome esta rest (n)
pirukend- (v) to whirl estanesse firstborn
luss- (v) to whisper estel (v) to hope
tury- (v) to wield (weapon) estela hope (n)
hest- (v) to wither estolad camp
moot- (v) to work, toil, labor ethir spy
del- (v) to worry etsir river mouth
onoir- (v) to worship ette outside
harw- (v) to wound ettelen foreign
wait- (v) to wrap ettul- (v) to come out
tengw- (v) to write faarea enough
yang- (v) to yawn faernaa circle leader, Army of Art
lav- (v) to yield, allow, grant faernae half-wing leader, Army of Art
-ien -ing faerne sphere leader, Army of Art
er 1 faerniir ring leader, Army of Art
kainen 10 faernil half-circle leader, Army of Art
laar 1000 paces (distance) faernos half-sphere leader, Army of Art
minque 11 faika contemptible
ratse 12 fain- (v) to emit, send out
atta 2 fain- (v) to release
nelde 3 fair- (v) to die naturally
kinta 4 falas line of surf
lempe 5 fallan- (v) to heal
enque 6 fallaner healer
otso 7 falma wave
tolto 8 falmar waves
nerte 9 falmarin nymph
Anarriima a constellation falqua pass in mountains
Menelmakar a constellation falquan halberd
Soronuume a constellation fan- (v) to veil
Telumendil a constellation Fangorn tree-beard
Wilwarin a constellation fanya veil
Alkarinque a star far- (v) to hunt
Elemmiire a star fara hunt (n)
Karnil a star farea sufficient
Luinil a star farim prey
Lumbar a star farn- (v) to suffice
Neenar a star fasse shaggy lock (hair)
Nierninwa a star faug- (v) to gape
delotha abhorrence, hatred fauk- (v) to thirst
thaur abominable, abhorrent fauka thirst (n)
uuve abundance, abundant fea spirit
mandu' abyss Feanor spirit of fire
quentale account feinil- (v) to be selfish
thar across feith- (v) to wait
tyaro actor fela cave
anwa actual fenda threshold
laike acute feuy- (v) to feel disgust
wea adult fhaor tribute
kotumo adversary filit small bird
sornion aerie fimbrethil twig
ale' after finde tress
hildor after-comers, followers findl hair, lock of
andune afternoon fine larch tree
au' again fini- (v) to be cunning
thar against fion wine
tyaro agent fios- (v) to surprise
tyelka agile fir- (v) to smell (the sense)
qualme agony firimar mortal
weera agreement (n) foa hoard
a Ah! for north
vilya air forenya northern
sereg ale formaite dexterous
kuila alive formaite right-handed
ilya all forya right (side)
niasa alliance fuin gloom
sha almost fuumella poppy
tarasse aloft gal- (v) to celebrate
ereb alone gala celebration (n)
tengwanda alphabet gandele continuous
vithel also gaur werewolf
korda altar gaya awe, dread
yaara ancient gil star
ar' and giliath stars
ananta and yet girith- (v) to shudder
rutha anger (n) giritha shudder
kelvar animals, living things, nature gladden iris
ai' any glak- (v) to capture
ai'er anyone glaka captive
caryave apple glamhoth din-horde, orcs
Viresse April glin- (v) to gleam
cuar archer glina gleam (n)
Val'istar Archmage gollo mantle
ranqui arm gon rock
atost armor gor dread
hosse army gorg- (v) to fear
Akh'Faer Army of Art gorga fear (n)
Akh'Velahr Army of Might gorgorath horror
pelu around gorgorath terror
pilin' arrow goth enemy
pilininge arrow, flight of goth foe
vee' as grod- (v) to dwell underground
orosta ascension groda underground dwelling (n)
lith ash groth- (v) to delve
Ered Lithui Ashen Mountains grotha delving (n)
lorna asleep guina undead
Sereg'wethrin Assassin guinauruloki dracolich
otorno associate gul sorcery
ie' at guldur magical weave
yallume at last gund- (v) to hew
teret auger gurth- (v) to die
Urime August gurtha death (n)
yavie autumn gwaith people
aldeon avenue of trees hab- (v) to mine
kuile awake haba mine
cuiva awakening (n) hae- far
gaya awe, dread haime habit
pelekko ax haiyasse distance
lapse' babe hala minnow
laito baby halatir kingfisher
n'alaquel back halda shadowed
umarth bad-luck, ill fated halla tall
meiva balance haloisi sea, stormy
koron ball halt- (v) to leap
dagnir bane haly- (v) to shade
lindar bard halya shade (n)
rudh bare, bald, barren ham- (v) to sit
porm bark (tree) hama chair
haudh barrow, mound hama seat
dagora battle (n) handa intelligent (adj)
luth bay handasse intelligence
sii beach handele intellect
morko bear (animal) hant- (v) to appreciate
spanga beard hanwa male
kolindo bearer har south
vanima beautiful haran king
vanim beauty haranye last year of century
ten' because harenya southern
rath bed harm- (v) to treasure
neldor beech harma treasure
n'ala before harn- (v) to rule
yesta beginning (n) harna ruler (n)
'khselee beholder harw- (v) to wound
-dur belief harwa wound (n)
nyelle bell hary- (v) to posses
kumba belly haudh barrow, mound
a'mael beloved he her
lok bend, loop he hers
nuin beneath heera principal (adj)
aru beside helda' naked
im between heledh glass
Minhiriath between the rivers helevorn black glass
tar beyond helin violet (flower)
thar beyond, distant helka icy
tulma bier helkelimbe icicle
alta big helma skin
nimbreth birch helt- (v) to strip
dulin bird henneth window
nosta birth her- (v) to possess power
mor black heren fortune (luck)
morgul black arts herenya fortunate
mor'loki black dragon heru lord
helevorn black glass hessa withered (adj)
piukka blackberry hest- (v) to wither
moore blackness hiise fog
morthond blackroot hildor after-comers, followers
tano blacksmith hilkin- (v) to freeze
hyanda blade him cool
megilindir bladesinger himb- (v) to adhere
megilindar bladesingers himba sticky (adj)
telme blanket himbar glue
urya blaze himy- (v) to abide by
Aman blessed hin child
almare bliss hini children
agar blood hir- (v) to study
agarwaen blood-stained hiraeth- (v) to sorrow
lokte blossom hirao student
motto blot hisie mist
luin blue Hisime November
luin'loki blue dragon hith misty
laiquaninwa blue-green ho him
pano board ho his
cair boat holm- (v) to stink
quenat body holma odor
verya bold hoon heart (organ)
nnar' bone hoopa harbor (n)
parma book hoore impulse
ambar bosom hoorea impulsive
yuuyo both horme urgent
sundo bottom hort- (v) to hurry
cu bow (weapon) hos folk
quingatelko bow-legged hosse army
salpua bowl host- (v) to assemble
olwa branch hostain numbered
astald brave hostar tribe
lereth bread hosti number, large
mas bread hoth horde
suula breath (n) hrive winter
hwesta breeze huan dog
iaur bridge hui murk
tiri bright huine darkness
aglar brilliance huiva murky
-ril brilliance of (append) hwan' sponge
rusva broken hwandi fungus
tankla brooch hwarin crooked, bent
nelle brook hwarma crossbar
toror' brother hwesta breeze
tirne brow hwind- (v) to eddy
baru brown hwinda eddy
kalpa bucket hwiny- (v) to swirl
samanar builder hyanda blade
samna building(n) hyar- (v) to plow
mundo bull (animal) hyarmaite left-handed
polda burly hyarya left
naara burn (n) hyatse gash
alda bush hylama sea shell
nan' but i'- the (common)
wilwarin butterfly ia void
ed' by iant old
estolad camp iaur bridge
liikuma candle ie' at
sarquindi cannibal iire when
lunte' canoe ikotane so
telimbo canopy il' every
nikerym captain, Army of Might il- not
glaka captive ilfirin immortal
cath cat ilm mansion
fela cave ilmen sky, night
gala celebration (n) ilterendi unbreakable
Rah'Edan Centaur iluov universe
randa century iluve everything
tincya chain, lit.: metal ring(s) ilya all
tincyatost chain-mail ilye each
hama chair im between
arato champion imirie jeweled
kelma channel (water) imlad narrow valley
deasar chef, cook imu' during
pio cherry imya through
hin child imyan'e throughout
hini children indo mood
luumequenta chronicle indyo descendent
mallen circle inge trajectory
faernaa circle leader, Army of Art inty- (v) to guess
tal city inty- (v) to suppose
nyalme clamor intya guess (n)
noore clan inya female
tangwa clasp iolaa section leader, Army of Might
rakka claw iriador ruby (gemstone)
poika clean irm- (v) to desire
latina clearing irma desire (n)
cirith cleft irv- (v) to be sick
amandil cleric isilme moonlight
cabed cliff, precipice Isilya Wednesday
collo cloak iska pale (adj)
lanne' cloth ist- (v) to cast spell, ensorcele
lanat clothes ista spell
lanna clothing istalindar spellsingers
loomi cloud istalindir spellsinger
vernien coast, beach istar wizard
liine cobweb istim- (v) to learn
ringwe cold Ita'istar Illusionist
naia command (n) ithil moon
kano commander Ithil'Quessir Moon Elf
mauya compulsion ithildin star-moon
minda conspicuous kaane valor
ataque construction kail- (v) to lie in bed
vaasa consumer kaim- (v) to sleep
faika contemptible kaima sleep (n)
gandele continuous kaimel- (v) to dream
naan contrary, on the kaimelar dreamer
him cool kainen 10
aira copper (color) kaivo corpse
tambe copper (metal) kaivokalma will-o'-the-wisp
sarkuva corporeal kalina light (color) (adj)
kaivo corpse kallasil- (v) to polish
Eru Correlon Larethian, the One kallo' hero
russe coruscation kalmindon lighthouse
ardhon county, province kalp- (v) to bale out
rant course kalp- (v) to draw water
selen cousin kalpa bucket
karaar cow kaly- (v) to illuminate
nandor coward kano commander
kurwa craft, art kant- (v) to shape
kurwaer craftsman kanta shape (n)
onna creature kanu lead (metal)
siril creek kanuva lead (made of)
kuune crescent karaar cow
kuu crescent moon karakse spike
agaru crimson kard house (dwelling)
hwarin crooked, bent karka tusk
hwarma crossbar karn- (v) to make
korko crow karneambara robin
rimbe crowd karnel- (v) to make love
sanga crowd Karnil a star
nwalka cruel karythar crusader
karythar crusader kauka humped (adj)
nalla cry kauko humpback
kwayuln cup kaurea timid
koromindo cupola kaw- (v) to bow
nirwa cushion kea- (v) to lie down
rista cut (n) kel- (v) to go away, leave
tincmaeg dagger, lit.: metal-pointed kelma channel (water)
ringa damp kelum- (v) to rise (tide only)
salka dance (n) kelvar animals, living things, nature
veryien daring kemen earth
mori dark kemen soil
lumbo dark cloud kentano potter
morchiant dark shapes kerta rune
morwen dark, daughter of the khelek ice
morion dark, son of the khil- (v) to follow, obey
huine darkness khila follower
tinu daughter kiirar lorekeeper
thalion dauntless kilya gorge
anoron dawn kinta 4
re day kir- (v) to cut, cleave
ba dead kiris- (v) to crack
melyanna dear gift kiriss- (v) to slash
gurtha death (n) kirma part (n)
wethrina deceit (n) kirya ship
Ringare December koire spring, early
pende declivity (downward slope) kol- (v) to carry
yerna decrepit kolindo bearer
tumba deep korda altar
taureliloomea deep forest shadows kordon idol
nuquerna defeat (n) korima round
osta defender korin enclosure
osta tel'quessir defender of the people korko crow
aglon defile, narrow pass korma ring
ulundo deformed korna globed
nal dell korne loaf
grotha delving (n) koromindo cupola
maikar demi-god koromindo dome
rauko demon koron ball
mar den koron globe
indyo descendent kosta quarrel (bolt)
anfauglir desert kotumo adversary
erda deserted kotya hostile
irma desire (n) kua dove
maranwe destiny kuila alive
nilaa detachment leader, Might kuile awake
tanwe device kuluina orange (color)
-dil devotion kuluma orange (fruit)
rosse dew kumba belly
formaite dexterous kunb- (v) to heap, pile
n'ataya different kunba pile (n)
glamhoth din-horde, orcs kuruni witch
celebreth diplomacy, sweet talk kurw- (v) to craft
tie direction kurwa craft, art
waara dirty kurwaer craftsman
puurea discolored kuu crescent moon
vene dish kuune crescent
ruukina disordered kwar- (v) to hold
haiyasse distance kwayuln cup
valya divine authority kwentr- (v) to narrate, tell a story
belthil divine radiance kwentra narrator (n)
valasse divinity kyerm- (v) to pray
huan dog kyerma prayer
koromindo dome laar 1000 paces (distance)
orteluume dome, high laara' flat
amarth doom lad field
annon door lad plain
tikse dot Lai'Quessir sylvan elves
amatikse dot above line of writing laide meadow
nuntikse dot below line of writing laika piercing (adj)
adu double laike acute
Adurant Double stream laike keen
makse dough laiquaninwa blue-green
kua dove laire summer
ndu down lait- (v) to praise
atalan down fallen laita praise (n)
guinauruloki dracolich laito baby
sgiathatch dragon laive ointment
uruloki dragon laiwa sickly
ailoki drake lakil victor
gor dread lakilea victory
kaimelar dreamer lakwen- (v) to joke
runda driftwood lakwenta joked
yulna drink (n) lal- (v) to laugh
lipta drop of water lala laugh(n)
morimatra Drow spiced wine lalai mirth
Mori'Quessir Drow, dark elves lalaith laughter
lorda drowsy lam- (v) to taste
Taur'Amandil Druid lambe tongue
anfaug dry lammen language
nandin dryad lamy- (v) to sound
ujere dull lamya sound
imu' during lanat clothes
moth dusk langon throat
lome dusk, evening lann wide
lomelindel dusksingers lann- (v) to wear
asto dust lanna clothing
akh duty lanne' cloth
naug dwarf lant- (v) to fall
naugrim dwarves lanta fall (n)
bara dwelling (n) lantaraana setting moon
orofarne dwelling on a mountain lapsa- (v) to lick frequently
ilye each lapse' babe
thoron eagle lasse leaf
arinya early last- (v) to listen
Arda Earth late honored
kemen earth latina clearing
rhun east latuuken tin (metal)
rhunenya eastern latuukenda tin, made of
lom echo laure mead
lomi echoes Laurelin tree found in Evermeet
eligre ecstasy lav- (v) to yield, allow, grant
eligri ecstatic leith- (v) to free
hwinda eddy leitha free (n)
reena' edge lekmee letter (message)
yee eek! lem- (v) to journey
ooleme elbow lema journey (n)
andamunda elephant lemb- (v) to leave behind
edhel elf lemba left behind
Sha'Quessir elf friend (Formal) lembas journey bread
elendil elf friend (informal) lempe 5
elendili elf friends leneem- (v) to permit
telella elf, young leneema permission (n)
alalme elm lenk- (v) to be slow
eile else lenn- (v) to stretch
eldalie elven folk lenwa narrow
eledhwen elven light lereth bread
Eldamar Elvenhome, Evermeet lest- (v) to measure
Tel'Quessir elves. literally 'The People' leuthil gem
yuula ember lhach leaping flame
lost empty lia thread (n)
luhta enchantment liante spider
pela encirclement liiko wax
korin enclosure liikuma candle
tela end (n) liine cobweb
termara endurance limpe milk
goth enemy lin mere
faarea enough lina song (n)
nardane entwined linae lake
orara erosion lind- (v) to sing
oira eternal lindale music
quettasundolie etymology lindar singers
undome evening lindar bard
oio ever lindel melody
oiolaire ever summer lindelea melodious
il' every lindir singer
iluve everything lindor songbird
'ksh- evil lindornea oaks, a stand of
varda exalted ling- (v) to dangle
enga except ling- (v) to hang
beika excessive lingwe fish
palla expansive lips- (v) to lather
duilar expectations lipsa soap
braga explosion lipt- (v) to drip
bragollach explosion lipta drop of water
taina extension liquis transparent
elee eye lir- (v) to chant
anta face lirill- (v) to lay
quella fade, fading (n) lirima lovely
vanya fair lirit poem
shee fairy lirva sickness (n)
-dur faith liske reed
voronda faithful lisse' sweet
lanta fall (n) lissuin mint
talant fallen lisyul nectar
malwa fallow lith ash
moina familiar (adj) Lithlad plain of ashes
nosse family litse sand (n)
carak fang lle you
hae- far lle yours
palan far and wide llie you all
palantir far watcher llie you all's
namaarie farewell loeg pond
tiuka fat (adj) lok bend, loop
umbar fate loki snake
atar father lokte blossom
ragwe fathom (6 feet) lol- (v) to deny
gorga fear (n) lom echo
mereth feast lome dusk, evening
quesse feather lomelindel dusksingers
Nenime February lomi echoes
talwi feet lond haven
aegnor fell fire londe havens
inya female loomi cloud
nisse female sentient being lorda drowsy
echor fence lorna asleep
Pelennor fenced land los- (v) to snow
merende festival losa snow (n)
merya festive loske hair
n'nir few losse snow white
marta fey lost empty
lad field lote flower
uruite fiery Lotesse May (month)
narwa fiery red lov- (v) to lower
uuranor fiery sun luht- (v) to enchant
meetima final luhta enchantment
tereva fine luin blue
mau' finger luin'loki blue dragon
tela finish (n) Luinil a star
naur fire luk- (v) to swallow
sanda firm luma' heavy
yeste' first Lumbar a star
estanesse firstborn lumbo dark cloud
lingwe fish lumbule shadow, heavy
paur fist lumna ominous
ambal flagstone lung- (v) to sag
runya flame (n) lungan- (v) to bend
ruin flame-red lunte' canoe
laara' flat luss- (v) to whisper
ue fleece lut- (v) to float (in water)
sarko flesh luth bay
sarqua fleshy luu' occasion
ripa flight (n) luume' time
tinga flint luumequenta chronicle
talan floor luurea overcast
pore flour luv- (v) to brood
sira flow (n) lye our
lote flower lye us
simpina flute lye we
wing foam ma- (v) to look, glance
goth foe maa glance (n)
hiise fog maa look (n)
hos folk maama sheep
khila follower maara useful
-ser fondness toward maeg sharp
vasa food (n) magh- (v) to use
amada fool mahalma throne
dal foot maht- (v) to handle
dalnya footprint mahta handle (n)
ten' for maikar demi-god
athrad ford maink- (v) to trade
ettelen foreign mainka trade (n)
taure forest mainkar trader
taurea forested maite handy
tauron forester maite skilled
ten'oio forever maiwe seagull
tamina forge maksa soft
yaa former makse dough
yaare former days mal'loki gold dragon
nost fortress Mal'Quessir gold elf
herenya fortunate mal- golden
heren fortune (luck) malda gold (metal)
mande fortune (riches) mali- (v) to care
saura' foul malina yellow
saurikumba foulbellied malle' road
talma foundation malle' street
ektele fountain mallen circle
ronyo fox Mallorn golden tree
leitha free (n) malmallen golden circle
rimba frequent malo pollen
wenya fresh malta gold (color)
ween freshness malwa fallow
Menelya Friday man which
mellon friend man- unmarred
tuulo' from mande fortune (riches)
ale'quel front mandu' abyss
yave fruit mani what
quanta full manka if
hwandi fungus manke where
cirya galley (ship) mankoi why
tyalie game (fun) mano whose
riel garland manu spirit, departed
hyatse gash map- (v) to grasp
anfauglith gasping dust map- (v) to seize
ando gate maquissar minstrel
Sirannon gate stream mar den
leuthil gem maranwe destiny
norsa giant marde hall
ona gift (n) Marquelie October
maa glance (n) mart- (v) to happen
heledh glass marta fey
glina gleam (n) marth luck
Aglarond glittering cavern marty- (v) to destine
rilma glittering light mary- (v) to rejoice
koron globe mas bread
korna globed mast- (v) to bake
fuin gloom mat- (v) to eat
morna gloomy mau' finger
aglareb glorious maur- (v) to be addicted
alkar glory mauy- (v) to compel
himbar glue mauya compulsion
nogoth gnome mavar shepherd
nyeene goat me'- (v) to light
sulo goblet me'a light (n)
Seldarine gods mear gore (bloodiness)
malta gold (color) meena region
malda gold (metal) meetima final
mal'loki gold dragon megil sword
MalQuessir gold elf megilar swordsman
mal- golden megilindar bladesingers
malmallen golden circle megilindir bladesinger
Mallorn golden tree meiv- (v) to balance
Mellryn golden trees meiva balance
cul golden-red mel- (v) to love
wanwa gone mela love (n)
tombo gong melar lover
quel good mele passion
armar goods (trade) melima lovable
waani goose melindo lover, male
mear gore (bloodiness) melisse lover, female
kilya gorge mellon friend
tyeller grades Mellryn golden trees
tengwesta grammar melyanna dear gift
salque grass men path
sapsa grave men way
brith gravel menel sky, day
mith gray Menelmakar a constellation
Mith'Quessir Gray Elf meneluin sky-blue
mithollo gray mantle Menelya Friday
mithlin gray-blue merende festival
rond great hall mereth feast
-rim great number Merethond hall of feasts
milme greed (n) merka wild
milka greedy (adj) mern- (v) to want
calen green merya festive
calen'loki green dragon Methedras last peak
winde grey, pale (adj) milka greedy (adj)
talar' ground milme greed (n)
intya guess (n) mily- (v) to long for
nalwi gull minas tower
yaawe gully minda conspicuous
haime habit minda prominent
aaye hail (greeting) mindon turret (of castle)
loske hair Minhiriath between the rivers
findl hair, lock of minque 11
falquan halberd minya second (not time)
perya half miqul- (v) to kiss
peredhil half elf miqula kiss (n)
faernil half-circle leader, Army of Art mir jewel
peredhel half-elven mirdain jewel smith
earendil half-elves mire jewels
faernos half-sphere leader, Army of Art mirily- (v) to glitter
faernae half-wing leader, Army of Art mist- (v) to roam
marde hall mith gray
Merethond hall of feasts Mith'Quessir Gray Elf
oromarde hall, lofty mithlin gray-blue
ampano hall, wooden mithollo gray mantle
namba hammer (n) mitya interior
cam hand miul- (v) to shed
mahta handle (n) moile tarn (mountain lake)
maite handy moina familiar (adj)
eina happiness mon- (v) to spend
hoopa harbor (n) mone spent
ng'ande harp mool servant
nandaro harper moore blackness
naraka harsh moot- (v) to work, toil, labor
yaavan harvest mor black
asca haste (n) mor'loki black dragon
lond haven morambath panther
londe havens morchiant dark shapes
ro he mordo obscurity
dol head morgul black arts
fallaner healer mori dark
corm heart (feeling) Mori'Quessir Drow, dark elves
hoon heart (organ) morimatra Drow spiced wine
ura heat (n) morinuin Underdark
Arvandor heaven morion dark, son of the
luma' heavy morko bear (animal)
taarie height morlin navy-blue
chil heir morna gloomy
aikanaro hell fire morthond blackroot
thol helm morwen dark, daughter of the
riima hem (n) moth dusk
he her motto blot
apsa herb mundo bull (animal)
sinome here numa no
kallo' hero n'- not, not of
he hers n'ala before
atse' herself n'alaquel back
dolen hidden n'at other
taurn high n'ataya different
CalaQuessir High elf n'e out
amon hill n'ner less
tolmen hill, isolated n'nir few
emyn hills N'Shanesti not elf friend
amban hillside n'taurn low
ho him N'Tel'Quess not of the people (drow & others)
atso' himself n'tyene unquenched
tella hind portion na- (v) to be
ho his naan contrary, on the
quenta history naar- (v) to burn
nierwes hive naara burn (n)
foa hoard nai- (v) to command
periannath hobbits naia command (n)
assa hole naik sharp pain
ungue hollow naikelea painful
nogrod hollow delving naini- (v) to lament
piosenna holly tree nak- (v) to bite
aina' holy nal dell
ainur holy ones nal vale
yaana holy place nall- (v) to cry
eska home nalla cry
nekte honey nalwi gull
nier honeybee namaarie farewell
late honored namb- (v) to hammer
doltelme hood namba hammer (n)
ampa hook namo judge
estela hope (n) nan' but
hoth horde nanda swamp
tarka horn (animal) nandaro harper
rass horn (mountain) nandin dryad
romba horn (musical) nandor coward
tilion horned nanquen- (v) to reply
gorgorath horror naraka harsh
roch horse nard- (v) to tie
Rohirrim horse riders narda' knot
rokko horses nardan- (v) to entwine
rimde host (army) nardane entwined
kotya hostile Narie June
urra hot nark- (v) to rend
kard house (dwelling) narn story
nosse house (familial) narn tale
opele house, walled Narvinye January
sut how narwa fiery red
ngwawa howl (n) nast- (v) to gore
nukumna humble nastar spearhead
tumpo hump nat' thing
kauko humpback natse net
kauka humped (adj) natul- (v) to become
fara hunt (n) naug dwarf
verno' husband naugrim dwarves
amin I naur fire
khelek ice naus- (v) to imagine
helkelimbe icicle nausa imagination (n)
helka icy naut- (v) to oblige
noa idea ndengin slain (n)
kordon idol ndengin- (v) to slay
manka if ndor land
engwar ill ndu down
Ita'istar Illusionist neek- (v) to see vaguely
nausa imagination (n) Neenar a star
ilfirin immortal neenuvar waterlily
tualka immovable neithan one who goes without
ascar impetuous nekte honey
hoore impulse nelde 3
hoorea impulsive nelde three
e' in neldor beech
penda inclined (upward slope) nelle brook
handele intellect neltil triangle
handasse intelligence NelWiitiri NW's and NWA's
handa intelligent (adj) nenda watery (adj)
mitya interior nengwea nasal
e'a into nengwi nose
aula invention Nenime February
gladden iris ner more
angren iron (made of) nerte 9
anga iron (metal) nessa young
angrist iron cleaver nesse youth
anghabar iron delvings nessima youthful
angrenost iron fortress neum- (v) to snare, catch
angband iron prison neuma trap
tol isle neuro successor
yatta isthmus nev- (v) to be near
ta it neva near
ta its ng'and- (v) to play a harp
Narvinye January ng'ande harp
anca jaws ngw- (v) to reach out
mir jewel ngwaw- (v) to howl
mirdain jewel smith ngwawa howl (n)
imirie jeweled ni- (v) to weep
mire jewels nia weeping (n)
lakwenta joked nias- (v) to ally
lema journey (n) niasa alliance
lembas journey bread nibin petty
alasse' joy nibin trite
namo judge nieninque snowdrop (plant)
pirya juice nienor mourning
Cermie July nier honeybee
Narie June Nierninwa a star
laike keen nierwes hive
chebin kept niire tear (sad, not rip)
nosse kin niite moist
nostale kind nikerym captain, Army of Might
tursa kindling nikym platoon leader, Army of Might
aran king nilaa detachment leader, Might
haran king nim white
halatir kingfisher nim'loki white dragon
aranion kingsfoil (a plant) nim'ohtar paladin
miqula kiss (n) nimbreth birch
sikil knife nimphel pearl
tolos knob nimras white horn, Unicorn
noola knoll nin wet
narda' knot ninde slender
sinta knowledge (n) ninniach rainbow
arwen lady ninquit- (v) to bleach
linae lake niphred pallor
Aldudenie Lament for the two trees nir' many
calma lamp nirw- (v) to cushion
ndor land nirwa cushion
-dor land of (append) nisse female sentient being
Andor land of gift nit- (v) to stoop
Rochand, Rohan land of horses nnar' bone
daedeloth land of the dead no' on
arnor land of the king no'a onto
numendor land of the west noa idea
lammen language nogoth gnome
fine larch tree nogrod hollow delving
ure large noldo wise
tella last nole lore
Methedras last peak nomin wisdom
haranye last year of century nomo oak
telwa late noola knoll
lala laugh(n) noore clan
lalaith laughter noot- (v) to count
sanye law nooti number
palis lawn nor- (v) to populate
kanuva lead (made of) nora population
kanu lead (metal) norn wheel
cora leader norolind- (v) to skip (feet)
lasse leaf norsa giant
lhach leaping flame nosse family
hyarya left nosse house (familial)
lemba left behind nosse kin
hyarmaite left-handed nost fortress
telko leg nost- (v) to be born
n'ner less nosta birth
tengwer letter (alphabetical) nostale kind
lekmee letter (message) not- (v) to reckon
risa lie (falsehood) (n) now- (v) to think
shaalth lieutenant, Army of Might nu under
coia life (n) nuin beneath
coimas life bread nukumna humble
kalina light (color) (adj) nulla obscure (adj)
me'a light (n) numen west
kalmindon lighthouse numendor land of the west
ve' like numenenya western
teema line numenore people of the west
falas line of surf nuntikse dot below line of writing
tea line, straight (precise) nuor- (v) to roll
raa lion nuquern- (v) to defeat
ravenne lioness nuquerna defeat (n)
antoando lip nur- (v) to complain
siirima liquid nurt- (v) to hide
-elle little nuur- (v) to growl
ai little nuut- (v) to set (sun or moon)
korne loaf nwalk- (v) to be cruel
yelta loathing nwalka cruel
tara lofty nwalm- (v) to torment, sadden
ereb lonely nwalma sadness (n)
an(n) long nwalma torment (n)
andaith long mark nwaly- (v) to ache
Anduin long river nyaare saga
andram long wall nyalme clamor
anmegil longsword nyano rat
en look (exclamation) nyar- (v) to tell
maa look (n) nyeene goat
windele loom nyeer- (v) to feel grief
heru lord nyelle bell
Annatar lord of gifts o' one (subj)
Adaron lord of trees oaris mermaid
nole lore oblet- (v) to imprison
kiirar lorekeeper obleta prison cell
wanwa lost (adj) oht- (v) to war
melima lovable ohta war (n)
mela love (n) ohtar warrior
lirima lovely oio ever
melar lover oiolaire ever summer
-dil lover of (append) oira eternal
melisse lover, female olin secret
melindo lover, male oline secrecy
n'taurn low olinima secretive
marth luck olva plant
tolos lump olvann- (v) to vanish, lose
salma lyre olwa branch
akh'faern mage, Army of Art olwen stick (n)
templa magic oment- (v) to meet
selu magical arts omenta meeting (n)
guldur magical weave on- (v) to beget
wen maiden on- (v) to give
wendele maidenhood ona gift (n)
hanwa male onde- (v) to succumb/give up
adanedhel male elf ondo stone
edan man onna creature
vie' manhood onoir- (v) to worship
wea manly onot- (v) to add up
ilm mansion ont- (v) to create
gollo mantle ontaro parent
nir' many ooleme elbow
Sulime March (month) ooma voice
aith mark\cell opele house, walled
andatehta mark, long (in writing) oqueni- (v) to discuss
veru' married pair orar- (v) to erode
tyulmi mast orara erosion
tura master (n) ore sub-conscious
ture mastery (n) orme violence
vesta matrimony orn tree
aa' may ornpirya syrup
Lotesse May (month) orod mountain
amin me orofarne dwelling on a mountain
laure mead oromarde hall, lofty
laide meadow oront- (v) to nap
sarpsa meat orosta ascension
omenta meeting (n) orqu orc
lindelea melodious orteluume dome, high
lindel melody ossa moat
rina memory (n) ost- (v) to defend
edain men osta defender
apanonar men (the after born) osta tel'quessir defender of the people
atani men (the second people) ostar town
lin mere ostek- (v) to describe
Aelin-uial meres of twilight otorno associate
oaris mermaid otso 7
alasse' merriment otso seven
rem mesh palan far and wide
tinco metal palantir far watcher
ened middle palis lawn
enedwaith middle-folk palla expansive
ennorath middle-lands palme surface (n)
beleg mighty palp- (v) to mix
limpe milk palu- (v) to expand
haba mine palu- (v) to spread
hala minnow palurin world
maquissar minstrel paly- (v) to open wide
lissuin mint pand- (v) to include
lalai mirth pano board
hisie mist pant- (v) to open
hith misty pany- (v) to set
ossa moat parm- (v) to read
niite moist parma book
Elenya Monday parth sward
uuvanimo monster parymo scroll
indo mood paur fist
ithil Moon pel- (v) to encircle
Ithil'Quessir Moon Elf pela encirclement
isilme moonlight pelekko ax
ner more pelekt- (v) to strike
amrun morning Pelennor fenced land
firimar mortal peltas' pivot
atara mother pelu around
coron mound penda inclined (upward slope)
orod mountain pende declivity (downward slope)
nienor mourning peredhel half-elven
ai'mithe mouse peredhil half elf
anto mouth periannath hobbits
sai- much perya half
hui murk piik- (v) to dwindle
huiva murky pilin' arrow
tuo muscle pilininge arrow, flight of
lindale music pinnath ridges
Ainulindale music of the Ainur pinque thin
ulma muttering pint- (v) to spread out
amin myself pio cherry
takse nail piosenna holly tree
helda' naked pirukend- (v) to whirl
essa name (n) piry- (v) to juice
kwentra narrator (n) pirya juice
lenwa narrow piukka blackberry
imlad narrow valley poik- (v) to clean, cleanse
nengwea nasal poika clean
seorsa nature poika pure
morlin navy-blue polda burly
neva near poldor- (v) to force
yat' neck poldora strength, brute force
amir necklace pole oat
lisyul nectar pore flour
natse net porm bark (tree)
qual neutral puit- (v) to spit
qualentie neutral-person pust- (v) to blow
winya new putta stop (punctuation)
winyar newbie puurea discolored
ento next qalum- (v) to heave, throw
dome night, darkness qua- (v) to squeak
du night, dimness quain- (v) to wail
tindomerel nightingale quaina wailing (n)
n'uma no qual neutral
ar- noble qualentie neutral-person
arme'- noble (f) qualm- (v) to die painfully
aredhel noble-elf qualme agony
uuner nobody quant- (v) to fill
raun noise quanta full
raumo noise, of a storm quel good
suu noise, of wind quelie waning (adj)
sanya normal quell- (v) to fade
for north quella fade, fading (n)
forenya northern quen- (v) to speak
nengwi nose quena speech (n)
il- not quenat body
N'Shanesti not elf friend quendi speakers
N'Tel'Quess not of the people (drow & others) quenta history
n'- not, not of quentale account
Hisime November quentele sentence
sii' now quern- (v) to turn
nooti number quesse feather
hosti number, large quesset pillow
hostain numbered quessir people (elves)
avanooti numberless quettasundolie etymology
rimba numerous quing- (v) to twang
NelWiitiri NW's and NWA's quingatelko bow-legged
falmarin nymph quor- (v) to choke
nomo oak quorin- (v) to drown
lindornea oaks, a stand of quoro- (v) to suffocate
pole oat raa lion
vesta oath raama wing (n)
nulla obscure (adj) raamavoite winged
mordo obscurity raava riverbank
luu' occasion raavea roaring (adj)
shae ocean ragwe fathom (6 feet)
Marquelie\cell October Rah'Edan Centaur
holma odor raika wrong (adj)
en' of rais peaks
tel' of the rakka claw
elda, elena of the stars rakt- (v) to arrive
aiya oh! ram wall
laive ointment ramb- (v) to scream
iant old ran- (v) to wander
lumna ominous rana wander
no' on randa century
yaluumesse once upon a time ranga pace (distance)
er one rangw- (v) to understand
o' one (subj) rangwa understanding (n)
neithan one who goes without ranqui arm
erchamion one-handed rant course
ere' only rany- (v) to stray
no'a onto ras peak
assa opening (n) rashwe trouble
thanga oppression (n) rass horn (mountain)
ri' or rast shore
kuluina orange (color) rath bed
kuluma orange (fruit) rato soon
orqu orc ratse 12
n'at other rauko demon
lye our raumo noise, of a storm
n'e out raun noise
eruumea outer (adj) ravenne lioness
ephel outer fence re day
ette outside re she
urnai oven re'na while
vanwa over (past) reena' edge
luurea overcast rem mesh
taruku ox rend- (v) to sow
ranga pace (distance) rhovanion wilderness
naikelea painful rhun east
nim'ohtar paladin rhunenya eastern
iska pale (adj) ri' or
niphred pallor riel garland
morambath panther rien- (v) to crown
ontaro parent rig wreathe
kirma part (n) riht- (v) to jerk
falqua pass in mountains riim- (v) to hem
tarna passage riima hem (n)
mele passion rilma glittering light
wanwie past (time) (n) rim- (v) to run
men path rimba frequent
rimbor paw rimba numerous
seere peace rimbe crowd
ras peak rimbor paw
rais peaks rimde host (army)
nimphel pearl rin- (v) to remember
sarnie pebbles rina memory (n)
atyar peer ringa damp
gwaith people Ringare December
quessir people (elves) ringwe cold
numenore people of the west rink- (v) to flourish
valilnore people of valar rip- (v) to fly
leneema permission (n) ripa flight (n)
sintar person of knowledge ris- (v) to lie (falsehood)
nibin petty risa lie (falsehood) (n)
coiavano phase rist- (v) to cleave, cut
laika piercing (adj) rista cut (n)
kunba pile (n) ro he
andir pilgrim roch horse
tarma pillar Rochand, Rohan land of horses
quesset pillow Rohirrim horse riders
tankil pin roina ruddy
thon pine tree roit- (v) to pursue
carnim pink rokko horses
simpa pipe (musical) rom sound of horns
simpetar piper rom- (v) to rise
sungwa pitcher roma uprising (n)
peltas' pivot romba horn (musical)
yamen' place romen sunrise
-men' place of (append) ron their
lad plain ron they
Lithlad plain of ashes rond great hall
olva plant rond vaulted roof
taratost platemail (king body fortress) ronyo fox
nikym platoon leader, Army of Might rooma shoulder
seasu pleasant roota tube
seasa pleasure ros- (v) to rain
saipio plum rosa rain
lirit poem rosse dew
til point rudh bare, bald, barren
tulwe pole (n) ruin flame-red
malo pollen ruin red flame
loeg pond runda driftwood
elin pool runy- (v) to flame
tyulusse poplar tree runya flame (n)
fuumella poppy russe coruscation
nora population rust- (v) to crumble
deanam possible rusv- (v) to break
sama post (n) rusva broken
kentano potter ruth- (v) to anger
val power rutha anger (n)
laita praise (n) ruukina disordered
kyerma prayer rwal- (v) to lust
anna present saes- (v) to please/pleasure
yana previous sai- much
farim prey sai- very
taren prince saipio plum
tarien princess sakkat- (v) to tear, rip
heera principal (adj) sal' still
band prison salk- (v) to dance
obleta prison cell salka dance (n)
tumna profound salma lyre
minda prominent salp- (v) to sip
vesta promise (n) salpua bowl
alya prosperous salque grass
vara protection (n) sama post (n)
ehte puncture(n) samanar builder
poika pure sambe room, chamber
coria purple samn- (v) to build
saura' putrid samna building(n)
Dagor NelWiit'iri PVP san' then
kosta quarrel (bolt) san- (v) to take
tari queen sanda firm
tyene quenched sanga crowd
tekil quill pen sanga throng
wainole quiver (for arrows) sangan- (v) to gather
alata radiance sank- (v) to split
ankalima radiant (adj) sanya normal
vene raft sanya regular
aha rage (n) sanye law
rosa rain sapsa grave
timpe rain, misty drizzle sara wheat
ninniach rainbow sarko flesh
taur'ohtar ranger, woodsman sarkuva corporeal
elmare rapture sarn small stone
tearc rare sarnie pebbles
nyano rat sarpsa meat
desiel ready sarqua fleshy
anwa real sarquindi cannibal
carad red satulwe standard (flag)
carad'loki red dragon saura' foul
ruin red flame saura' putrid
Caradhras redhorn saurikumba foulbellied
liske reed seasa pleasure
avara refusal seasu pleasant
meena region seere peace
sanya regular seere repose
erin remains seim- (v) to be gentle
avahaire remote Seldarine gods
seere repose selen cousin
esta rest (n) seler' sister
bauga restraint selu magical arts
alya rich sen them
pinnath ridges seorsa nature
forya right (side) sereg ale
formaite right-handed Sereg'wethrin Assassin
korma ring serinde seamstress
faerniir ring leader, Army of Art sgiathatch dragon
yatost ringmail sha almost
duin river Sha'Quessir elf friend (Formal)
etsir river mouth shaalth lieutenant, Army of Might
raava riverbank shae ocean
malle' road shee fairy
raavea roaring (adj) sii beach
waima robe sii' now
karneambara robin siirima liquid
gon rock sikil knife
-ondol rock of (append) sil- (v) to shine
toopa roof silma starlight
telda roof, having a simp- (v) to pipe (musical)
sambe room, chamber simpa pipe (musical)
thond root simpetar piper
cartel rose simpina flute
korima round sina this
teema row sinome here
anka row, of teeth sint- (v) to know
ar- royal sinta knowledge (n)
arme'- royal (f) sintar person of knowledge
iriador ruby (gemstone) sintar sage
roina ruddy sir- (v) to flow
harna ruler (n) sira flow (n)
kerta rune sira stream (n)
eket sabre Sirannon gate stream
nwalma sadness (n) siril creek
varna safe siruluan'aty- (v) to sway
nyaare saga solor- (v) to surge
sintar sage solos surf
atya' same soor- (v) to follow, track
litse sand (n) sornion aerie
Valanya Saturday Soronuume a constellation
parymo scroll spanga beard
ear sea suil- (v) to incite
EarQuessir Sea elf suilpar soup
Alu'Quessir sea elves sul wind
ear'loke sea serpent Sulime March (month)
hylama sea shell sulo goblet
wing sea spray sulp- (v) to lick
Aerandir sea wandered sundo bottom
haloisi sea, stormy sungwa pitcher
earcalen sea-green sut how
maiwe seagull suu noise, of wind
serinde seamstress suul- (v) to breathe
hama seat suula breath (n)
uile seaweed suyoll- (v) to revive
minya second (not time) ta it
oline secrecy ta its
olin secret taarie height
olinima secretive tai' toe
iolaa section leader, Army of Might tain- (v) to extend
ered seed tain- (v) to lengthen
quentele sentence taina extension
Yavannie September tait- (v) to prolong
temar series takse nail
mool servant tal city
tuar servant (n) talal- (v) to sail
tua service (n) talan floor
lantaraana setting moon talant fallen
otso seven talar' ground
halya shade (n) talath tundra
dae shadow tallune sole of foot
lumbule shadow, heavy talma foundation
halda shadowed talt- (v) to lean, slope
wethril shadowy talwi feet
fasse shaggy lock (hair) tambaro woodpecker
kanta shape (n) tambe copper (metal)
maeg sharp tamin- (v) to forge
naik sharp pain tamina forge
re she tamn- (v) to knock
waina sheath (n) tamp- (v) to stop
maama sheep tamp- (v) to block
mavar shepherd tampa stopper
tinechor shield tanak- (v) to be sure
kirya ship tangaa tough
cirdan shipwright tangwa clasp
rast shore tank- (v) to fix
ai short tankil pin
aimegil shortsword tankla brooch
rooma shoulder tanna toward
yela shout (n) tano blacksmith
giritha shudder tanwe device
circa sickle tanya that
laiwa sickly tar beyond
lirva sickness (n) tar- (v) to cross
elea sight (n) tara lofty
tehta sign tarambo stud (n)
tehtar signs tarasse aloft
dina silent taratost platemail (king body fortress)
celeb silver taren prince
brethil silver birch tari queen
celeb'loki silver dragon tarien princess
Celeb'Quessir silver elves Tarion Sunday
celebrin silver like tarka horn (animal)
Celebrant silverlode tarma pillar
lindir singer tarna passage
lindar singers taruku ox
erya single (adj) tarya stiff (adj)
seler' sister tathar willow
curu skill taty- (v) to repeat
maite skilled taur wood (forest)
helma skin Taur'Amandil Druid
menel sky, day taur'ohtar ranger, woodsman
ilmen sky, night Taur'Quessir wood elves
meneluin sky-blue Taur'Quessir Sylvan Elf
ndengin slain (n) taure forest
di'thang slave taurea forested
kaima sleep (n) taureliloomea deep forest shadows
ninde slender taurina wooden
ai small taurn high
filit small bird tauron forester
alfirin small golden flower tavar wood (substance)
sarn small stone tea line, straight (precise)
loki snake tearc rare
yarra snarling teema line
losa snow (n) teema row
ailosacath snow leopard teena' straight
losse snow white tehta sign
nieninque snowdrop (plant) tehtar signs
ikotane so tekil quill pen
lipsa soap Tel' the (when expressing importance)
maksa soft tel' of the
kemen soil Tel'Quessir elves. literally 'The People'
akh'velahrn soldier, Army of Might Tel'Quessir The People (elves)
tallune sole of foot tel- (v) to finish, end
eresse solitude tela end (n)
utinu son tela finish (n)
lina song (n) telco stem
lindor songbird telda roof, having a
rato soon telella elf, young
gul sorcery telimbo canopy
lamya sound telko leg
rom sound of horns tella hind portion
suilpar soup tella last
har south tellare yesterday
harenya southern telluma vault
tinta sparkle (n) telme blanket
quendi speakers telmello top
ehta spear (n) telt- (v) to exceed
nastar spearhead Telumendil a constellation
ehtar spearman telwa late
quena speech (n) temar series
ista spell templa magic
istalindir spellsinger ten' because
istalindar spellsingers ten' for
mone spent ten'oio forever
faerne sphere leader, Army of Art ten- (v) to hear
liante spider tengw- (v) to write
ungwe spiders web tengwa writing (n)
karakse spike tengwanda alphabet
earka spine tengwer letter (alphabetical)
fea spirit tengwesta grammar
Feanor spirit of fire tenkel- (v) to spell (words)
manu spirit, departed tenna' until
hwan' sponge teret auger
ehtele' spring (season) tereva fine
tuile spring (water) termar- (v) to endure
koire spring, early termara endurance
ethir spy tess- (v) to hold onto
wandil staff thalion dauntless
waen stained thang- (v) to oppress
cebir stake thanga oppression (n)
satulwe standard (flag) thar across
elen star thar against
gil star thar beyond, distant
tindome star lit thar- (v) to go athwart
tingilinde star, twinkling thaur abominable, abhorrent
ithildin star-moon thol helm
silma starlight thon pine tree
tindome starry evening thond root
giliath stars thoron eagle
voronwe steadfast tie direction
tulunka steady tiht- (v) to blink
telco stem tikse dot
vano step til point
olwen stick (n) tilion horned
himba sticky (adj) timpe rain, misty drizzle
tarya stiff (adj) tincmaeg dagger, lit.: metal-pointed
sal' still tinco metal
ondo stone tincya chain, lit.: metal ring(s)
putta stop (punctuation) tincyatost chain-mail
tampa stopper tind- (v) to glint
arrna storm tindome star lit
narn story tindome starry evening
teena' straight tindomerel nightingale
sira stream (n) tinechor shield
malle' street tinga flint
poldora strength, brute force tingilinde star, twinkling
beleg strong tint- (v) to sparkle
tarambo stud (n) tinta sparkle (n)
hirao student tintil- (v) to tremble
ore sub-conscious tinu daughter
neuro successor tir- (v) to watch over, guard
bragol sudden tiri bright
farea sufficient tirion watchtower
laire summer tiris town, walled
anar sun tirne brow
anor sun titta tiny (size)
Tarion Sunday tiuka fat (adj)
aure sunlight tiuka thick
romen sunrise tiuko thigh
Anoron'Quessir Sunrise Elf tiuy- (v) to get fat
annun sunset tol isle
solos surf tolk- (v) to support
palme surface (n) tolmen hill, isolated
tuilindo swallow (bird) tolos knob
nanda swamp tolos lump
alqua swan tolto 8
Alqualond Swan haven tombo gong
parth sward too' wool
lisse' sweet toop- (v) to roof
arauka swift (adj) toopa roof
megil sword toror' brother
megilar swordsman triall- (v) to walk
Taur'Quessir Sylvan Elf tu- (v) to serve
Lai'Quessir sylvan elves tua service (n)
ornpirya syrup tualka immovable
narn tale tuar servant (n)
halla tall tug vigor
moile tarn (mountain lake) tugea vigorous
niire tear (sad, not rip) tuile spring (water)
yaana temple tuilindo swallow (bird)
gorgorath terror tuim- (v) to bud
tanya that tuiy- (v) to swell
tupsa thatch tuk- (v) to pull
i'- the (common) tukali- (v) to tangle
Tel' the (when expressing importance) tulre tomorrow
Aratar the exalted tul - (v) to come
Tel'Quessir The People (elves) tulk- (v) to establish
ron their tulma bier
sen them tult- (v) to send for
san' then tulunka steady
eller there tulwe pole (n)
ron they tum valley
tiuka thick tumba deep
Cam'Wethrin Thief tumbale valley, deep
tiuko thigh tumbo vale, dark
pinque thin tumna profound
nat' thing tumpo hump
anfaug thirst tunga tight
fauka thirst (n) tuo muscle
sina this tups- (v) to thatch
ereg thorn tupsa thatch
lia thread (n) tur- (v) to control
nelde three tur- (v) to master, overmaster
fenda threshold tura master (n)
langon throat ture mastery (n)
mahalma throne turn- (v) to govern
sanga throng turs- (v) to kindle
imya through tursa kindling
imyan'e throughout tury- (v) to wield (weapon)
Alduya Thursday tusture tinder
earsira tide tuul- (v) to come from
tunga tight tuulo' from
coiasira time tuup- (v) to cover
luume' time tyal- (v) to play
kaurea timid tyalie game (fun)
latuuken tin (metal) tyar- (v) to act
latuukenda tin, made of tyar- (v) to cause
tusture tinder tyaro actor
titta tiny (size) tyaro agent
a' to tyav- (v) to feel (physical)
are today tyel- (v) to end
tai' toe tyelka agile
alye' together tyeller grades
tulre tomorrow tyen- (v) to quench
lambe tongue tyene quenched
carak tooth tyulmi mast
telmello top tyulusse poplar tree
nwalma torment (n) ue fleece
at torso uial twilight
tangaa tough uile seaweed
tanna toward uin whale
barad tower ujere dull
minas tower ulm- (v) to mutter
ostar town ulma muttering
tiris town, walled ulmul- (v) to mumble
mainka trade (n) ulu- (v) to pour, flow
mainkar trader ulund- (v) to flood
dhaeraow traitor ulundo deformed
inge trajectory um- (v) to do
liquis transparent uma yes
neuma trap umarth bad-luck, ill fated
harma treasure umbar fate
orn tree undome evening
Laurelin tree found in Evermeet ungue hollow
Fangorn tree-beard ungwal- (v) to torture
amalda treetop ungwe spiders web
finde tress unk- (v) to hollow out
neltil triangle ur- (v) to heat
hostar tribe ura heat (n)
fhaor tribute ure large
nibin trite Urime August
rashwe trouble urn- (v) to warm
beme trumpet urna warmth
roota tube urnai oven
Anarya Tuesday urnu warm
talath tundra urra hot
yanta tunnel uruite fiery
mindon turret (of castle) uruloki dragon
karka tusk urya blaze
fimbrethil twig usin- (v) to escape
uial twilight usquen- (v) to reek
atta two utinu son
uu- un- utu- (v) to find
ilterendi unbreakable uu- un-
guina undead uum- (v) to do not
baelnorn undead elven family defender uuner nobody
nu under uuranor fiery sun
morinuin Underdark uuvanimo monster
groda underground dwelling (n) uuve abundance, abundant
rangwa understanding (n) vaasa consumer
iluov universe vair- (v) to weave
man- unmarred vaira weave
n'tyene unquenched vairar weaver
tenna' until val power
avari unwilling Val'istar Archmage
de up Valanya Saturday
ampenda uphill valasse divinity
deno' upon valilnore people of valar\cell
roma uprising (n) valin- (v) to be happy
horme urgent valk- (v) to be visible
lye us valya divine authority
maara useful van- (v) to walk
nal vale vanim beauty
tumbo vale, dark vanima beautiful
astald valiant vano step
tum valley vanwa over (past)
-nan valley of (append) vanya fair
tumbale valley, deep var- (v) to protect
kaane valor vara protection (n)
burro' vassal varda exalted
telluma vault varna safe
rond vaulted roof vas- (v) to consume
fanya veil vasa food (n)
sai- very ve' like
lakil victor vee' as
lakilea victory vene dish
tug vigor vene raft
tugea vigorous ver- (v) to wed
earuile vine vera wedding (n)
orme violence verne' wife
helin violet (flower) vernien coast, beach
wenesse virginity verno' husband
elear visionary veru' married pair
ooma voice very- (v) to dare
ia void verya bold
quaina wailing (n) veryien daring
ram wall vest- (v) to swear, promise
rana wander vesta matrimony
quelie waning (adj) vesta oath
ohta war (n) vesta promise (n)
urnu warm vie' manhood
urna warmth vieme' womanhood
ohtar warrior vilya air
antha watchful Viresse April
tirion watchtower vithel also
alu water vor- (v) to continue
brilthor water fall voronda faithful
-nen water of (append) voronwe steadfast
neenuvar waterlily waan- (v) to pass
nenda watery (adj) waani goose
falma wave waara dirty
falmar waves waen stained
liiko wax waht- (v) to soil, dirty, stain
men way waima robe
lye we wain- (v) to sheath
alma wealth waina sheath (n)
vaira weave wainole quiver (for arrows)
vairar weaver wait- (v) to wrap
vera wedding (n) wandil staff
Isilya Wednesday wann- (v) to disappear
enquie week wanwa gone
nia weeping (n) wanwa lost (adj)
creoso welcome wanwie past (time) (n)
eithel well wany- (v) to depart
gaur werewolf way- (v) to envelope
numen west wea adult
numenenya western wea manly
nin wet ween freshness
uin whale weer- (v) to agree
mani what weera agreement (n)
sara wheat wen maiden
norn wheel wendele maidenhood
iire when wenesse virginity
manke where wenya fresh
man which wethril shadowy
re'na while wethrin- (v) to deceive
nim white wethrina deceit (n)
nim'loki white dragon wili- (v) to float (in air)
nimras white horn, Unicorn Wilwarin a constellation
ya who wilwarin butterfly
mano whose winde grey, pale (adj)
mankoi why windele loom
lann wide wing foam
verne' wife wing sea spray
merka wild winya new
rhovanion wilderness winyar newbie
kaivokalma will-o'-the-wisp ya who
tathar willow yaa former
sul wind yaana holy place
henneth window yaana temple
fion wine yaara ancient
raama wing (n) yaare former days
arfaern wing leader, Army of Art yaavan harvest
raamavoite winged yaawe gully
hrive winter yaiw- (v) to mock
nomin wisdom yal- (v) to summon
noldo wise yallume at last
kuruni witch yaluumesse once upon a time
yassen with yamen' place
hessa withered (adj) yana previous
yassene within yang- (v) to yawn
avaene without yanta tunnel
istar wizard yanw- (v) to join
draug wolf yarr- (v) to snarl
edainme woman yarra snarling
vieme' womanhood yassen with
taur wood (forest) yassene within
tavar wood (substance) yat' neck
Taur'Quessir wood elves yatost ringmail
taurina wooden yatta isthmus
tambaro woodpecker Yavannie September
too' wool yave fruit
beth word yavie autumn
palurin world yee eek!
harwa wound (n) yel- (v) to call
rig wreathe yel- (v) to shout
tengwa writing (n) yela shout (n)
raika wrong (adj) yelt- (v) to loathe
yen year yelta loathing
atendea year (leap) yen year
malina yellow yerna decrepit
uma yes yery- (v) to wear out
tellare yesterday yest- (v) to begin
am' yet yesta beginning (n)
lle you yeste' first
llie you all yulm- (v) to brand
llie you all's yuln- (v) to drink
nessa young yulna drink (n)
lle yours yuul- (v) to smolder
nesse youth yuula ember
nessima youthful yuuyo both
Roleplaying Aids
Story of the elves:
There are many creation stories of how the elven race came about. Elves and magic originated close to the
same time, and it was only later that the creation of humans, dwarves and other lesser races came about. Although
interesting, the following is where we are at today as this world often becomes a confusing place.
There are four primary branches of the elven race, most common being the high elves, then gray and wood
elves and unfortunately, dark, drow elves. Elves tend to be a bit slimmer than most humans, and depending upon
variety, either taller or shorter than humans, but rarely an average height. They do not have facial hair. (Although
some elves have been seen with beard disguises, <not popular with our sword master>)
The spoken language is one that is as flowing as a melodic brook. An elf may live to be older than 1,200
years and is generally about 130 before he earns the stature of being accepted as mature by other elves. It is very
rare, if ever, that an elf is ever known to pass from this life due to the wearing of years. Before that happens, they
become compelled to depart the realms of men. Where they go is uncertain.
Elves are generally not evil, with few exceptions such as the drow. Most would be considered neutral as the
world is seen more as gray or a balance of good and evil, life and death. Often times there will be a tendency to lean
towards being good, just because of the caring of others and nature.
Elves are quite handsome and have a greater appreciation for natures beauty, dancing and singing. Their
humor is clever, as well as is their song and poetry.
As compared to human and dwarves, elves are generally brave and not foolhardy. Their common drink is,
unless of course a good Fey wine would happen to be available <sometimes even a poor one if given the choice of
ale> that of mead, preferably heated to a blood warm temperature. Drinking to the excess is uncommon, although
there are times when a bit of Fey wine or a bit of Dwarven spirits are misjudged. Ale is a very uncommon and
somewhat bitter beverage. However some of us have traveled so much with the dwarven clan, a slight taste has
been acquired in order to become a gracious acceptor of an offered mug.
Relationships with humans is often times distant. Whether it is by choice or that a human is often hasty,
indecisive, and comparatively short lived is questionable. Dwarves are competent allies and some make good friends,
but they have different lifestyles that are not generally compatible with elves. Elves do not care for the caverns,
caves or mines that our dwarf neighbors are so fond of.
To some other races, elves are sometimes considered aloof, snooty and frivolous and have personalities that
are impossible to fathom. In fact they are not, perhaps because of their longevity. Elves have learned the benefits of
patients before passing judgment and take time before making judgments. This is also why the waiting period before
acceptance into the Grey Company is generally one month. For an elf to not even have patience that long
sometimes shows traces of having spent to much times with the other races and their values.
Although they do not make friends easily, elves consider oftentimes associates and friends as near equals.
An elf-friend is a very close, dear and honorary title that is difficult to earn and given to those who are stoic,
honorable and follow many elven ways. Likewise, an enemy of the elves is never forgotten, especially the evil ones
of the woods.
All and all it becomes apparent why the elves have always endured throughout the years and are the most
superior of races. With values, pure hearts, respect, honor and closely held blood ties, the elven race will continue far
long after man has gone.

Elven holidays
Yenearsira - Winter Solstice, the Elven new year. A day of rebirth.
Sheelala - A day of games and practical jokes celebrated in early spring.
Ehtele'mele - Vernal equinox. A week of romance and song.
Faradome - Summer Solstice. A celebration of the battle between Corellon and Gruumsh One-Eye.
A night of orc hunting.
Yavieba - Autumnal equinox. A week of reflection and a time to remember those who have left this world.
Most important decisions and judgments are made during this week.

Favorite Elven Wines


Saerloonian Glowfire-pale wine, luminous, taste reminiscent of pears.
Saerloonian Topaz-yellow amber wine w/ nutty quality and bold fruit overtones.
Mead-sweet wine of fermented honey.
Elverquisst- a ruby-colored liquor magically distilled from sunshine and rare summer fruits. Utterly
smooth, the liquor is nonetheless flecked with gold and has an iridescence of both color and
flavor. It is highly prized at all times, but in the autumn rituals it is savored as if it is the gift
of one final, perfect summer day.
Evermead-THE elven mead, imported from evermeet. The one to which all others are compared
and found wanting
Clarry-table wine blend sweetened w/ honey and spices.
Arabellan Dry-fine red wine, very dry woodsy overtones and a slight berry taste.
Berdruskan Dark-heavy sweet and burning, almost black, HIGH alcohol content.
Morimatra-a spiced wine favored by the Drow.

Other Items Of Interest


Kholiast-elven card game consisting of a 1000 card deck, dice and a very difficult method of counting
points. A high elf favorite.
Shalaquin-long necked elven instrument, plucked or strummed string tension is controlled by a
ratcheting wheel.
The Grey Company
GUILD MOTTO: With the ancient is wisdom; and in lengths of days understanding.

Captain: Thranduil Graywolf


Lieutenant: Nalynn
Priest: Strongbow Firehand
Swordmaster: Riklaun Saambria
Chronicler: Brisid Celemegil

MEMBERSHIP:Approximately 30 Elves
STATUS: Private
REQUIREMENTS: Non evil and of Elven Blood.

GUILD GOALS:
The Grey Company represents Elven interests here, particularly the security of Yew as a port of call for Elven
vessels. The company provides an Elven society, forming friendships among the Elves here, bestowing upon those
worthy the titles of Elflord (Aredhel or Etriel), and titling the most esteemed outsiders Elf-Friend. The company
encourages Elven role-playing, adventures, and battle, and provides a resource for Elven information.

HISTORY:
Founded in the fall of 1992 in the lands around Neverwinter, the Grey Company was sanctioned in December of that
year, then attained Private Status one year later. The Company strives to incite exciting adventures and role-
playing.

THE ELVEN WAY:


All eves follow the way- "No Elf shall do intentional harm to another Elf, and except in a case where an Elf acts with
malicious intent, he shall be helped by other Elves." This pact protects all those of Elven blood. Any Elf found to be
in violation of the Way through action or inaction shall be cast out (N'Tel Quess).

PVP:
Most Grey Company Elves do not engage in PVP, preferring to adventure to the unknown reaches of the world
peacefully. Of course, there are notable exceptions. In all things, the Company encourages each Elf to decide for
themselves where they will stand, then stand there proudly.

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Prospective members must complete the following:
1) Post an application containing a role playing history in the Guild public folder.
2) Spend time with the elves of the Company, be it adventuring or drinking in an Inn.
3) Obtain the sponsorship of a current member of the Grey Company.

If your application is accepted, you will be granted private access to the guild hall.

HONORS:
Elves who show particular talents or perform certain duties beyond expectations are granted titles.

Professional Honors

Warrior - Ohtar
Wizard - Istar
Healer - Amandil
Rogue - Wethril

Performance Honors

Elflord - Aredhel
Elflady - Etriel
Scout - Ethir
Golden Warrior - ArOhtar
Golden Eagle - ArTauron
Scholar - Sintar

Contributors:
Lywnis Autumnleaf Othar, Istar, Wethril, Sintar, Ethir
Arrow Landsrest Aredhel, Sintar
CarnalDave Aredhel, Captain
Wild Wil Aredhel
Culindar Aredhel
Thranduil Graywolf Aredhel, Ethir, Ar'Ohtar, Ar'Tauron
Coriadae Ohtar
Riklaun Sambria Bladesinger, Swordsmaster
Elenlanta Ranar
Wal i'Atya
Aule
Laerithil Irithyl

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