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masta-
bake
orva
apple
lindalë
music
cenda-
read
nahta-
slay
hlócë
dragon
nol-
smell
masta
cake
tarwa
garden
nildo
friend
noa
yesterday
síra
today
enwa
tomorrow
tol (toll-)
island
norsa
giant
apsa
cooked food, meat
masta
bread
sáva
juice
pirya
juice, syrup
sulpa
soup
yávë
fruit
porë
flour, meal
culuma
orange
sulca
edible root
coimas
lembas
miruvórë
mead, a drink poured out at festivals in Valinor
limpë
wine, drink of the Valar
alda
tree
cundu
prince
heru
lord
heri
lady
roquen
knight, rider
cáno
commander
istyar
scholar
sairon
wizard
lambengolmo
linguist
tano
craftsman, smith
mahtar
warrior
aranel
princess
car (card-)
building, house
falas (falass-)
shore, beach
lis (liss-)
honey
meren (merend-)
feast, festival
pilin (pilind-)
arrow
seler (sell-)
sister
toron (torn-)
brother
atar
father
amil (amill-)
mother
huan (hún-)
hound
laman (lamn-)
animal
hína
child
vanima
beautiful, fair
halla
tall
anda
long
titta
tiny
úvëa
very large, abundant
nindë
slender
culuina
orange (the colour)
laurëa
golden
luinë
blue
malina
yellow
sindë
grey
laica
green
umë
is not
umir
are not
harya-
possess, have
ista-
know
móta-
labour, toil
anta-
give
cen-
see
hlar-
hear
mat-
eat
suc-
drink
mer-
wish, desire, want
tul-
come
quet-
speak
hir-
find
mel-
love (as friend)
lir-
sing
mac-
hew with a sword
varya-
protect
vinya
new
yerna
old, worn (of things)
nessa
young
linyenwa
old (of people)
qualin
dead
lindë
song
macil
sword
lómë
night
aurë
day
feuya-
abhor
tur-
rule, control, govern
fir-
die
mitta-
enter
now
mal
but
osto
town
anga
iron
telpë
silver
nórë
country, land, nation
vessë
wife
venno
husband
aran
king
hehta-
abandon, forsake, put aside, exclude
col-
bear, wear, carry
car-
build, make, do
rista-
cut
tec-
write
parma
book
carnë
red
mára
good, useful
morna
black
ninquë
white
lissë
sweet
ringa
cold
minë
one
atta
two
neldë
three
canta
four
ua-
not to do
vil-
to fly
alqua
swan
quetta
word
wilwarin (wilwarind-)
butterfly
ve
as, like
yondo
son
yeldë
daughter
lempë
five
enquë
six
otso
seven
tolto
eight
lanta-
to fall
ranya-
to stray
hilya-
to follow
linta
swift
rato
soon
aqua
fully, completely, wholly
oialë
forever
lassë
leaf
nertë
nine
cainen
ten
ú
without, destitute of [followed by genitive]
lauca
warm (adjective)
parca
dry (adjective)
lusta
empty, void (adjective)
nén (nen-)
water
cuilë
life (noun)
lossë
snow (noun)
mistë
rain (noun)
anta
face (noun)
tál (tal-)
foot (noun)
quén (quen-)
one, somebody, a person (noun)
sam-
have (verb)
malta
gold
tavar
wood (as a material)
ondo
stone, rock
bow
sicil
knife, dagger
tópa
roof
ramba
wall
colla
cloak
maita
hungry
soica
thirsty
mapa-
to grasp, to seize
nu
under
mal
but
var
or
or
over
laire
poem
alassë
joy
aran
king
minya
first
métima
last, final
melda
dear, beloved
voronda
faithful
valin
happy
laita-
to bless, to praise
mahta-
to fight
ilya
all, whole
rimba
numerous
equë
says, said
auta
to leave, to go away, to pass away
ruc-
to fear (+abl.)
caita-
to lie (e.g. in a bed)
hosta-
to collect, to gather
et
out, from (+abl)
ëar
sea
an
for (in the sense 'because')
minna
into
Formen
(the) North
Hyarmen
(the) South
mar-
to dwell, to abide
mi
in
in the
ya
that, which, who
nossë
family, clan, kin
melmë
love
caima
bed
caimassëa
sick, bedridden
lairë
summer
hrívë
winter
nauva
will be
Rómen
(the) East
Númen
(the) West
as
with (= together with)
lelya
to go, to travel
alya
rich, prosperous, blessed
úmëa
evil
lunga
heavy
anna
gift
nér (ner-)
man (= adult male)
nís (niss-)
woman
rocco
horse
mírë
jewel
taurë
forest
pelecco
axe
sina
this
tana
that
enta
that (over there, yonder; in the future)
yana
that (former, in the past)
ango (angu-)
snake
sangwa
poison
vendë
maiden
tuile
spring (the season)
yávië
autumn
attëa
second (ordinal number)
neldëa
third
pol-
be [physically] able to
ni
I / me
lye
you (polite singular)
tye
you (familiar singular)
se
he / she, him / her
sa
it
ve
we / us (inclusive)
me
we / us (exclusive)
le
you (plural)
te
they / them
óla-
(impersonal verb) to dream
or-
(impersonal verb) to urge, impel
mauya-
(impersonal verb) to compel
beyond (comparison), not (negation)
saila
wise
alta
large
loa
year
ago
pella
beyond
írë
when
man
who?
mana
what?
manen
how?
inyë
I (emphatic pronoun)
elyë
you (emphatic pronoun)
elmë
we (exclusive, emphatic pronoun)
elvë
we (inclusive, emphatic pronoun)
emmë
we (dual, emphatic pronoun)
entë
they (emphatic pronoun)
ma
(possible interrogative particle)
sa
that
sinomë
here (literally in this place)
tenna
until, as far as
ëa
is, exists
maquet-
to ask
lerta-
can, to be allowed to
ista-
to know
lambë
language, tongue
oron (oront-)
mountain
liantë
spider
tári
queen
lepsë (lepsi-)
finger
tecil
pen
lirit
poem (a sung poem)
fanya
(white) cloud
rusco (ruscu-)
fox
quesset (quessec-)
pillow
mauya-
have to, compel
rá (rav-)
lion
namárië
goodbye
núta-
sink
raumo
storm
nurta-
hide
úra
nasty
narmo
wolf
nauco
dwarf
harma
treasure
ailin
lake
hróta
cave
indis (indiss-)
bride
hwan (hwand-)
sponge
laupë
shirt
carma
helmet
cén (cem-)
soil, earth
hlas (hlar-)
ear
fion (fiond-)
hawk
hyapa
shoe
salquë
grass
nac-
bite
miril (mirill-)
jewel
ríë
crown
Anar
Sun
Isil
Moon
cal-
shine
cala
light
menel
sky
poita-
cleanse
poica
clean
vára
dirty
ohtar
soldier
túrion (túriond-)
palace
corda
temple
masto
village
máma
sheep
ento
next to
nyellë
bell
mindo
tower
nárë
flame
tir-
guard, watch over
yén
year (elvish)
culusta
gold coin
manca-
trade
ranya-
wander
nor-
run
lenda
journey
acca
too
er
only, but, still
ranga
pace
lár
league
írë
when
qui
if
nai
may it be, I hope that
maybe
hya
or
loa
year
asta
month
otsola
week
day (of 24 hours)
corma
ring
colindo
bearer
nosta
birthday
esta-
name
mornië
darkness
tar-
stand
imbë
between
ambë
more
Arda
Earth
meren (merend-)
feast
ilquen
everyone, everybody
sana-
think
acas, axë
noun neck, the bony
part of the neck, rock ridges
acca
adv. too
accar
do back, react, avenge
acúna
bent, curved
aha
rage, also name of tengwa #11
ahosta
large number
ahtar
do back, react, avenge
ahya
change
ai!
Ah! Alas!
aia
interjection hail, variant of
aiya
aian
holy thing or object or
place
aica
fell, terrible
aicalë
peak
aicassë
mountain peak
ailin
pool, lake
aimenal, aimenel
lark
aina
hallow, bless, treat as
holy
ainas
hallow, fane
Aini
feminine form of Ainu
ainima
blessed, holy (of
things)
Aino
god
Ainu
holy one, angelic spirit; fem. Aini
aipio
plum tree, cherry tree
aiqua
steep
aiquen
if anybody,
whoever
aira
red, ruddy
airë
sea
airon
ocean
aista
bless
aiwë
small bird
Aiwenor, Aiwenorë
place-name
Birdland = lower air
aiya
hail
al
thrive
ala
not, unala-
vb. plant, grow
alaco
rush, rushing flight,
wild wind
alahasta
unmarred
alaië
no, not
alalbinóre
land of many
Elms
alalmë
elm, elm-tree
alalmë
inflorescence
alalvëa
having many elms
alalvinore
land of many
Elms
Alamanya
Elves who
started on the march from
Cuiviénen but did not reach
Aman
alaquenta
well (happily) said
alarca
swift, rapid
alas (alast)
marble
alasaila
unwise
alassë
joy, merriment
alat
large, great
albë
elm
alca
ray of light
alcar
glory, brilliance,
splendour
alcarinqua
radiant, glorious
Alcorin
Ilcorin
alda
tree
Aldalemnar
week of the
Trees, Midyear week
aldarembina
tree-tangled
aldarwa
having trees
Aldëa
fourth day of the
Eldarin six-day week, dedicated
to Telperion, the White Tree
aldëon
avenue of trees
aldinga
treetop
alenessënicotiana,
pipeweed
alima
fair, good
alla!
hail! welcome!
alma
good fortune, wealth
alma
flower
almarë
blessedness, good
fortune
almárëa
blessed
almë
good thing, blessing,
piece of good fortune
almië
blessedness, good
fortune
Alqualondë
place-name capital
of the Teleri
Alquarámë
Swan-wing
alta
large, great
alta
radiance
Altariel
name Galadriel,
maiden crowned with a radiant
garland
alu
dressed leather
alvë
elm
alya
rich, abundant
alya
cause to prosper, bless
(a work), help one
alya
fair, good
am
up
amal
mother
aman
blessed, free from evil
amanya
blessed
amatixë
dot or point placed
above the line of writing
amba
up
amba
and noun more
ambal
shaped stone, flag
ambalë
yellow bird
ambalotsë
uprising-flower
amban noun upward slope, hillside
ambapenda
uphill
ambar
Earth, world
ambar
doom
ambassë
breast-plate,
hauberk
ambë
more
ambela
further still beyond,
far away beyond
ambena
nearer to, (to a
further point in the motion)
towards an object
ambo
hill
ambos (ambost)
breast,
chest
ambuna
of flat ground
dotted with hills etc.
amil
mother
amilyë
mummy
amorta
heave
ampa
hook, also name of
tengwa #14
ampano
building
(especially of wood), wooden hall
ampendë
upward slope
amya
good
amya
my mother used in
address
an
conj. and prep. for
an
intensive or superlative, very, most
ana
to, towards
ananta
and yet, but yet
Anar
Sun
anarórë
sunrise
anca
jaws, row of teeth
Ancalë
radiant one = Sun
ancalima
brightest
anda
long
andamacil
long sword
andamunda
elephant
andanéya
long ago, once
upon a time
ando
gate, also name of
tengwa #5
ando
long
andon (andond-)
great gate
Andórë
full form of Andor,
land of gift, name of Númenor
andúna
western
andúnë
sunset, west,
evening
Andúril
Flame of the West,
sword-name
anel
daughter
anessë
given name
anga
iron
angaina
of iron
angaitya
torment
angayanda
miserable
angayassë
misery
ango (angu-, pl. angwi)
snake
angulócë
dragon
anna
gift
anon
son
anqualë
agony, death
anta
give
anto
giver
anto
mouth, also name of
tengwa #13
antoryamë
strengthening
anwa
real, actual, true
ap
touch (one) in the
figurative sense; concern, affect
apa
after
apa
on (contact of vertical
surfaces)
apa
but
apacenyë
foresight
apairë
victory
Apanónar
After-born, an
Elvish name of Mortal Men as the
Second-born of Ilúvatar
aparuivë
wild fire - fire as
conflagration
appa
touch (in the literal
sense)
apsa
cooked food, meat
apsene
forgive
aqua
fully, completely
aquapahtië
privacy
ar
outside, beside
ar
prep. by
ar
conj. and
ar
day
Ar Manwen
Day of Manwe
Ar Ulmon noun Day of Ulmo
Ar Veruen
Day of the
Spouses (Aule and Yavanna)
Ar Fanturion
Day of the
Fanturi (Mandos and Lorien)
ára
dawn
Ara
noble
aran
king
Arandóre
King's-land =
Arnor