Q. vilya, n. “air, sky”

References ✧ LotR/1123.0504; LotR/1123.0508; PE16/096.0503

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wilyar plural ✧ PE16/096.0503

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ᴹQ. wilma n. “inner or lower air”

References ✧ Ety/WIL.024; Ety/WIL.122; EtyAC/WIL.045; EtyAC/WIL.089; LR/012.2608; LRI/Wilwa.001; SM/240.1010; SMI/Wilwa.001

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ᴱQ. Vilna loc. “air (lower)”

Innermost layer of air in the earliest Lost Tales (LT1/65), given as a derivative of the root ᴱ√VILI in the Qenya Lexicon, along with a variant form Vilya (QL/101). This second form reappeared decades later in The Lord of the Rings as Q. vilya “air, sky” (LotR/1123).

References ✧ LT1/085.3404; LT1A/Vilna.012; LT1A/Vilna.016; LT1A/Vilna.113; LT1I; MC/215.3203; PE15/68.5404; PE16/090.0403; PE16/092.2403; QL/037.0602; QL/101.4701; QL/101.5205; SMI

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vilyar plural “airs” ✧ PE16/090.0403; PE16/092.2403

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ᴱ√VILI > Vilya [βilnā] > [βilna] > [vilna] ✧ QL/101.4701