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Primitive Elvish Names


Aika-nār- m. “Fell Fire”
Ámān loc. “Unmarred State”
arāt-chír m. “Noble Lord”
bálāre loc.
Bali(a)nōrē pn. “Valian folk”
Denethara m. “lithe-and-lank”dene + thara²
Denwego m.
Eldăkāzā m.
Eledandore loc. “*Elf-land”
Eled-nil m. “Star-lover”
Enel m. “Three”
Enelye f.
etlā-ndōrē loc. “Eglador”
findarātō m.
Gala(da)ndil m. “Lover of Trees”
Gondō̆-lindē loc.
Gondo-ndor- loc. “Stone-land”
gor-ngoroth loc. “deadly fear”
Goss m. “Osse”
Gothombauk- m.
Gothorauk- pn. “Dread-demon”
hekla pn. “any thing (or person) put aside from or left out from its normal company”
hekla-mbar loc. “Eglamar”
hekla-rista loc. “Eglarest”
χīþilōmē loc. “Hithlum”
Imin m. “One”
Iminye f.
Indise f.
Īthe f.
Kalajondo m.
Kalatāna loc.
Karani-stīrē m.
**Kelec-orna m. “Swift-tall”
Khōgore m. “heart-vigour, courage”
Lindānā loc. “Lindon”
lingikā̆la pn. “Hanging-flame”
maka-glawar m.
Malaphinde m. “Goldlocks”
Mandostŏ loc.
Manwege m. “Manwe”
^Mbartamō m. “World-artificer”mbar(ă) + tamō
Mbelekōre m. “Might(y) Arising”(m)beleke + *ōre
Melyanna f. “Dear Gift”MEL + annā
Mi-srawanwe pn. “put into flesh”
Moriñgotho m. “Black Foe”
Mornyā loc. “Black Pit”
nāba-grota loc.
nēn-talma loc. “Wetwang, Nindalf”
Neresā f. “she that has manlike valour or strength”
Ñ(g)alatā-rigelle f. “Lady with garland of sunlight”ñ(g)alatā + rigelle
Ñgillingalati m. “radiant stars, Gil-galad”ñgillē + ñ(g)alatā
ñgor(o)-thūsō m. “Mist of Fear”
Ninkwitil(di) Tára loc. “High White Horn”
Ṇ̃golondē pn. “country of the Noldor”
Olosphantur m. “Lórien”
Orǭmē m. “Orome”
Ossai m. “Ossë”
Phayanāro m. “Spirit of Fire”
Pheganir m.
Phind-ambar m.
Phinde-rauto m.
Phiniñgornā m. “Fingon”
Rānā pn. “Moon”
rass loc. “horn”
rīg-anna f. “crown-gift”
silimarille pn.
siriānā loc. “Sirion”
slōno loc. “Lhûn”
Spanturo m. “lord of cloud”
tār(a)-ninqui-tilte loc. “High White Peak”
*tarkhilde pn.
Tata m. “Two”
Tatie f.
^thangasyandō pn. “throng-cleaver, throng-hewer” ⇐ ^thangā + syandō
Thār m.
thaurā m. “detestable”
Thaurond- m.
Tindōmiselde f. “Nightingale, (lit.) Daughter of Twilight”
Tūgore m. “strength-vigor”
Tūnā loc.
tura-mbar m. “master of fate”
Turukāno m. “Ruling Lord”
Turukondō m.
Ulmō m.
Utupnu loc.
^Wairē f. “Weaver”
Wāyārō m.
Wolwē m.