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Early Quenya Names


Aikaldamor m. “Broadshoulder, Broad Back” ⇐ †aika + aldamo
Ailinóne f.
Aïlior coll. “Water [Fay]”
Ailuvin f. “Lake Foam”ailo + winge
Ainatar m. “God, (lit.) Holy Father”aina + atar
Ainurarda loc. “Place of the Gods”Ainu + arda
Aiwala m.
Akairis f. “Bride”akairis
Aksan(da) loc.
Alalminóre loc. “Land of (Many) Elms”
Alandri coll. “Earth [Fay]”
Aldar coll.alda (plural)
Aldaron m. “King of Forests”
Alqalunte pn. “Swanship”
Alqaráme pn. “Swanwing”alqa + ráma
Amillo m. “One of the Happy Folk, Hilary”
Amnon m.
Amnor loc.
Andesalke loc. “Africa, (lit.) Long-grass”
Andonavestan pn. “Gates of Summer”ando(n) + avesta²
Angaino pn. “Oppressor, Tormentor”
Angali coll. “Angles”
Angamandi loc. “Hells of Iron”anga + mandu (plural)
Angaron(ti) loc. “Mountains of Iron”anga + oro (plural)
Angasan loc. “Halls of Iron”anga + san²
Angien m.Iron-godanga
Ardaliskea loc. “Place of Reeds”arda + liske
Ardalomba loc. “Secret Place”arda + lomba
Arda Valarwa loc.arda + Vala (plural possessive)
Areandor loc. “(Land of) Desert”arean + nóre
Artanor loc. “Land Beyond”arta + nóre
Arvalin loc. “Nigh Valinor”
Aryan loc. “Shadow Place”
Aule m. “Smith”
Aulenosse pn. “Kindred of Aulë”
Aulisan pn. “Tuesday”Aule + sana
Auvar m. “Wealth”
Capalini coll. “Water [Fay]”
Cuiviénen loc. “Water of Awakening”
Eanosse coll. “People of the Eagles”ea(r) + nosse
Earáme pn. “Eagle’s Pinion”
Earendel m.
Earendilyon m. “Son of Eärendel”
Easindi loc. “Eagle-stream”ea(r) + sindi
Ektelarni coll. “Water [Fay]”
Ektelion m. “Lord of the Fountain”ektele + ektele
Eldairon m. “Ælfwine”Elda + ?
Eldamar loc. “Elfhome”
Eldaros loc. “Elfhome”Elda + os
Elmavoite m. “One-handed”er¹ + mavoite
Elwe m.
Elwenil(do) m.Littleheart
Endillos loc. “Flower of the Plain”endl + losse
Eremandu loc. “Hells of Iron”ere(n) + mandu
Erinti f.
Erintion pn. “second half of January”
Eriol m. “One Who Dreams Alone”
Eriollo loc. “Ironcliffs”
Eruman loc. “beyond the abode of the Mánir”
Estirin loc. “?Outer Tower”es- + tirin
Euti coll. “Jutes”
Evadrien loc. “Coast of Iron”
loc. “Lowest Air”
Fairinoldor coll. “Free-noldoli”faire + Noldo (plural)
Falasquil loc. “Beach of Peace”falasse + qilde
Falassar m. “Ossë”falasse + qilde
Falasse Númea loc. “Western Surf”
Falassien pn. “Thursday”
Falman m. “Osse”
Falmasan pn. “Friday”Falman + sana
Falqalaure loc. “Golden Cleft”falqa + laure
Fantóran pn. “Wednesday”Fantur + sana
Fantur pn.
Faskala-númen pn. “Bath of the Setting Sun”
Fatanyu loc.
Favilna loc. “lowest air”
Feanor m.
Fentor m. “Lord of Dragons”
Finwe m.
Finwe Nóleme m.Finwe + nóleme
Fionwe m.
Firilanda f. “Long-tressed”
Firisandi coll. “Frisians”
Fui f. “Death-goddess, Nienna”
Fuinen pn. “Tuesday”
Haloisi Velike loc. “Great Sea”
Hanstovánen loc.
Haranoldor coll.har(e) + Noldo (plural)
Harwalin loc. “Near the Valar”
Helinyetille f. “Eyes of Heartsease”
Helkar loc.
Helkarakse loc. “Icefang”
Heskil f. “Winter One”
Híri loc.
Hisildi coll. “Twilight People, Dark Elves”
Hisilóme loc. “Shadowy Twilights”
Hisinan loc. “Land of Twilight”híse¹ + nan
Hongwir coll. “ogres of the north”
Ilinsor m.
Ílivarda f.
Ilkorin pn. “Not of Kôr”
Ilqingi coll.iluqinga
Ilsalunte pn. “Silver Boat, Moon”
Ilterendi pn.
Ilu m.
Ilúvatar m. “Heavenly Father, Sky-father”ilu + atar
Ilvaran loc. “Hall of the Moon King”ilsa + ᴱ√MBARA
Ilverin m. “Littleheart”
Indi coll. “Men, Earth Dwellers”
Indor m. “Lord of House”
Indorion m.Indor + -ion
Ing m.
Ingil m.
Ingilnóre loc. “Tol Eressea, England”Ingil + nóre
Ingwaiwar coll.
I Nori Landar loc. “*The Great Lands”
Inwe m.
Inwilis pn. “Faëry”
Inwinóre loc. “Fäery”Inwe + nóre
Inwir coll. “Kindred of Inwë”
Ion m. “*Christ”
Irilde f. “Mortal Maiden”
Irmaldi coll. “Creatures of the Earth”irmin + mardo
Irmina Telume pn. “End of the World, Great End”
Irtinsa pn.
Ísi f.
Isil m.
Isil Inwe m.Isil + Inwe
Isilmo m.
Issemindon pn.
Iswinde f.
i Torqeler loc. “The Tropics”
Itselokte pn. “Pleiades, (lit.) Cluster of (Silver) Flies”itse + lokte
Iváre m.
I Vene Kemen pn. “*Shape of the Earth, Vessel of the Earth”i + vene + kemen
Íverin loc. “Ireland”
Kalainis pn. “May”
Kalavente pn. “Ship of Light”kala + vene
Kalimban loc. “Barbary, Germany”
Kalimbardi coll. “goblins; Germans”kalimbo + mardo (plural)
Kalmo m.
Kalorme loc. “Hill Crest over which the Sun Rises”
Kampo m. “Leaper”
Kapalimor m.
Kapalinda loc.
Kapalindar coll.kapalinda (plural)
Karkaras m. “Knife-fang”
Kaukaeldar coll. “False-fairies”kauka + Elda (plural)
Kelusindi loc.
Kémi f. “Earth-lady, Mother Earth”
Kémisan pn. “Sunday”Kémi + sana
Kiris Iluqingatelda loc. “Gully of the Rainbow Roof”
Koiretári f.koire + tári
Koirisan pn. “Wednesday”koire + sana
Koivie-néni loc. “Waters of Awakening”koivie + nen¹ (plural)
Kópas loc. “Haven”
Kópas Alqalunte loc. “Haven of the Swanships”
Kôr loc.
Koreldar coll. “Elves of Kôr”Kôr + Elda (plural)
Koromas loc. “Resting of the Exiles of Kôr”Kôr + -mas
Korosintl pn. “Ball of Crystal” ⇐ ᴱ√KORO + sintl
Kortirion loc.
Kosartami coll.kos + artan (plural)
Kosomoko m. “War-hate”
Kostorin m.
Kulufindl m.kulu + findl
Kulullin pn. “Gold-song”
Kúne Malle loc. “Road of Arches”
Kûruki m.
Kúvion pn.
Laiqalasse m. “Green-leaf”
Langon m.
Laurelin pn. “Singing-gold”laure + lin¹
Laurifindl m.laure + findl
Laurundo m.laure + ?
Lindelokte pn. “Singing Cluster”
Lindo m.
Linqil m.
Linwe Tinto pn.
Lirillion pn.Lirillo
Lirillo m.
Lómear pn. “Child of Gloom”
Lórien pn. “King of Dreams”
Lóter Kuluinai coll.
Lotesse f.
Lotession pn. “May”
Lumbi loc.
Lunde Kalaina pn. “May”
Lunde Lótea pn. “May”
Lunde Niq(il)issea pn. “January”
Lunde Susúlima pn. “March”
Lunde Timpínea pn. “April”
Lunde Tiqilindea pn. “February”
Luvier pn. “*Clouds”
Mailin m.
Maiwe f.
Maiwendi pn.
Makar m. “God of Battle”
Makarnea m.
Makarnisan pn. “Saturday”Makar + sana
Malkamekte m.
Malkarauke pn.malkane + (a)rauke
Malko pn.
Mandos m. “hell”
Manimuine loc. “Purgatory”
Manwe m.
Manwisan pn. “Sunday”Manwe + sana
Mar m.
Marasan pn. “Tuesday”mar¹ + sana
Mar Vanwa Tyaliéva loc. “Cottage of the Lost Play”
Maulir coll. “trolls”
Mavoine f.
Meásse f.
Melesta f.
Meleth pn.
Melinir m.
Melinon m.
Melko m.
Meril-i-Turinqi f. “Queen of Flowers”
Morion m. “Son of the Dark” ⇐ ᴱ√MORO + yondo
Moritarnon pn. “Door of Night”
Mormakil m. “Black Sword”
Mornie pn. “Black Grief”
Morniento loc.
Móru f. “Primeval Night”
Morwen pn. “daughter of the dark”
Morwinyon pn. “Glint at Dusk, Glint in the Dark; Arcturus”
Múrien pn. “Monday”
Murmenalda loc. “Vale of Sleep”
Murmuran loc.
Naimi f. “Éadgifu”
Nambare coll.
Nardi f. “a flower fairy”
Nemorie loc.
Nen(e) loc.
Neni Erúmear loc. “Outermost Waters”nen¹ (plural) + erúmea (plural)
Nenuvar coll. “Water [Fay]”
Nessa f.
Nessaran pn. “Thursday”Nessa + sana
Nielíqui f.
Nielluin pn. “Bee of Azure, Blue Bee, Sirius”
Nienna f.
Nienóri f. “Lamentation”nyéna-
Nieriltasinwa pn. “Unnumbered Tears”
Nierninwa pn. “Sirius, Blue bee”
Ninwi pn. “Nineveh”
Noldarer coll.noldare (plural)
Noldo pn. “Gnome”
Noldolion pn. “descendant of the Gnomes”
Noldomar loc. “Gnomeland”
Noldorin m.
Noldórinan loc.
Nóleme m.
Nornore m. “Herald of the Gods”
Nosse Tuilinda pn. “*People of Tuilindo”
Numessir loc.
Núri f. “Fui”
Ô pn. “The Sea, Ocean”
Oikeroi m.
Olofantur m. “Fantur of Dreams”
Olóre Malle loc. “Path of Dreams”
Ómar m.
Ondolie coll.
Ondolinda loc. “Singing Stone”ondo + #linda²
Ondolindear pn.
Ondomard- loc.
Ondostamard- loc.
Ónen f.
Onensan pn. “Friday”Ónen + sana
Oreros pn. “Eastwind”
Oresul pn. “Eastwind”
Or(i)qaldo pn.
Oromatsile m. “Great Bear”
Orome m.
Orome Aldaron m.
Orossi coll. “Fays of the Mountains”
Osorot pn.
Osse m. “God of Sea”
Ostor pn. “the East, the Sun when she issues from her white gates”
Óswine m.
Pairemo m. “The Avenger”
Pakalane pn.
Palisor loc.
Palúrien¹ f. “Wide World”
Palúrien² pn. “Friday”
Palyanoldor coll.paláva + Noldo (plural)
Parma Kuluinen pn. “Golden Book”
Peksiporoku m. “Chanticleer”
Pelek m. “Axe”
Pelekkion m.
Pelloini coll. “Earth [Fay]”
Pendelot m.
Pilkir coll. “pygmies”
Poldórea m.poldórea
Poldórien pn. “Sunday”
Poldosan pn. “Thursday”poldor + sana
Pómelaire loc. “North Fields”
Ponóre loc. “Norway”
Ponórir loc. “the Northlands, Scandanavia”
Qalme-Tári f. “Mistress of Death”
Qalmisan pn. “Tuesday”qalme + sana
Qalvanda loc. “Road of Death”
Qerkaringa loc. “Chill Gulf”
Qorinómi pn. “Drowned in the Sea”
Ramandor m. “Shouter, Screecher”
Ramandur m.
Rása loc.
Raustar m.
Rávi f.
Ringil pn.
Róka m.
Ruamóre loc.
Rúmil m.
Rúsitaurion m. “Son of the Weary Forest”
Sahóra loc. “the South”
Sainen pn. “Saturday”
Sairon m.
Saksani coll. “Saxons”
Salakanto m.
Salkinóre loc. “Africa”
Salmar m.
Salmar² coll.
Samírien pn. “Feast of Double Mirth”
Sangahyando pn. “cleaver of throngs”
Sangayando pn. “dealer of wounds”
Sankossi coll. “Goblins”
Sári pn. “Sun”
Sarqin pn. “Cannibal-ogre”
Sáya m.
Serindo m. “Stephen”
Silindo pn. “Jupiter”
Silindrin pn. “Moon-cauldron”
Silmaril pn. “*Moon-pearl”
Silmarinko pn. “the Orbéd Moon”
Silmo m. “the Moon”
Silpion pn. “Cherry-moon”
Simpi coll.
Singoldo pn. “*Grey-wise” ⇐ ᴹQ. sinde + ᴹ✶ñgolda
Sirion loc.
Sirnúmen loc. “Western Stream”
Solóre f.
Solosimpe pn. “Shore Piper”
Sornekiris loc. “Eagles’ Cleft”
Sornontur loc.
Sorontur m. “King of Eagles”
Sovalle pn. “Purification”
Súlimi f. “Varda”
Súlimo m. “Manwe”
Súlisan pn. “Sunday”súlime + sana
Taimavar m. “Shepherd of the Sky”
Taimoinen pn. “Wednesday”
Taimordo pn. “*Sky-warrior”taime + mordo
Taimósi pn.taime
Taitelon loc.
Talka Marda m. “Smith of the World”
Taltelepta f. “Of the Silver Feet”
Tamar m.
Taniqetil loc. “Lofty Snowcap”tá¹ + niqetil
Tanyasalpe pn. “Bowl of Fire”
Tarambolaika pn. “Thudder-sharp”
Taramborlaike pn.
Tári-Laisi f. “Mistress of Life”
Tarkil f.
Taruktarna loc. “Oxford”
Tasarinan loc. “Land of Willows”tasarin + nan
Tauler coll.
Taulir coll. “mountainous-giants”
Taurosse loc. “Haywood”
Teamalle loc. “High St.”
Telelle pn. “little elf”
Telellin pn.
Teler pn. “little elf”
Telerin pn.
Telerines loc.
Telimektar pn. “Orion, (lit.) Swordsman of Heaven”
Telimpë pn.
Telpea Kalka pn. “*Silvern Sickle”
Telpetalwi f.
Tetille f.
Tevildo m. “Prince of Cats”
Til pn.
Tilio pn. “Sirius”
Tilkal pn.
Timpinen m. “Fluter”
Tindariel f.
Tinto Ellu pn.
Tinwe Linto pn.
Tinwesan pn. “Monday”tinwe + sana
Tinwetári f. “Queen of Stars”
Tiranne pn.
Tirin loc. “Tower”
Tirios Otsoyáma loc. “City of Seven Names”
Tiri(o)stirion loc.
Tirunil f.
Tol Eressea loc. “Lonely Isle”tol + eressea
Tolli Kimpelear loc. “*Twilit Isles”
Tolli Kuruvar loc. “Magic Isles”
Tombo pn. “Gong (of the Children)”
Tórin pn.
Toros Valinoriva loc. “*Mountains of Valinor”
Tramorie loc.
Tuiléris f.
Tuilindo m.tuilindo
Tuilindor coll.tuilindo (plural)
Tuivána f.
Tulkas m.
Tulkassan pn. “Thursday”Tulkas + sana
Tulkastor pn.
Tuord- m.
Turambar m. “Conqueror of Fate”
Turondo m.tur + ondo
Turuhalme pn. “Logdrawing”
Ui f.
Uin pn.
Ui Oarista f. “Queen of the Mermaids”Ui + oaris (genitive)
Ulbandi f.ulban
Ulmo m. “Valon of the Seas”
Ulmonan loc. “Ulmo’s Halls”Ulmo + ?
Ulmosan pn. “Monday”Ulmo + sana
Umuiyan m.
Ungwe Fuiva f. “the Spider of Night”
Ungweliante f. “Great Spider Who Enmeshes”
Uole pn.
Uole Kúvion pn. “Man in the Moon, Moonking”
Ûr pn. “Sun, (lit.) Fire”
Urdolwen pn. “Wand of Death”
Úrinki f. “Orbed Sun”
Úrion m.
Urwendi f. “Sun-maiden”Ûr + wen(di)
Uswevanda loc. “Way of Escape”
Utumna loc. “lower regions”
Utumnas m.
Vai pn. “Outer Ocean”
Vailimo m.
Vainóni f.
Vaire f.
Vaisan pn. “Monday”Vai + sana
Vaitya pn. “Outermost Airs”
Valahíru m. “Lord of the Valar”
Valatúru m.
Valinor loc. “Land of the Gods”Vala (plural) + nóre
Valkarauke pn.valka + (a)rauke
Valmar loc. “*Dwelling of the Gods”Vala + mar¹
Valpio pn. “Holy Cherry of Valinor”Vala + pio
Valwe f.
Vána f.
Vána-Laisi f.
Vanar coll. “Valar”
Vanasan pn. “Wednesday”Vána + sana
Vansamírin loc. “Road of the Feast of Double Mirth”
Vansil pn. “Fairgleam”
Varavilindo m.
Varda f.
Vardasan pn. “Monday”Varda + sana
Vardo Meoita m. “Prince of Cats”
m.
Veanne f.
Vefántur m. “Fantur of Death”
Vendinuru f.
Veneste f.
Vilmar loc.
Vilna loc. “air (lower)”
Vinyamar pn.
Virtinoldor coll. “thrall-noldoli”virt + Noldo (plural)
Voronwe m. “the Faithful”
Vorotemnar pn.
Walien loc. “land of the brown men, tropics”
Wanwavoisi coll. “Manwë and Varda”
Wendelin f.
Wendíne f.
Wingilla f.
Wingilot pn. “Foam-flower”winge + lóte
Wirilóme f. “Gloomweaver”
Wiruin loc.
Yarendl m.
Yavanna f.
Yelur m. “Melko”