S. êl, n. “star”

References ✧ Let/281; LotR/238; MR/373; PE17/22, 24-25, 55, 67, 127, 139, 151; PE22/150; PM/369; RGEO/63-65, 67; SA/êl; WJ/363

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elenath class-plural   ✧ LotR/0238.0504; PE17/067.0118; PE17/127.2903; RGEO/65.1407
elenath class-plural “the (host of all) stars” ✧ PE17/024.4002: general or collective plural, properly including all of a given kind or group named
elenath class-plural “the host of stars, (all) the (visible) stars of the firmanent” ✧ PE17/025.0601
elenath class-plural “all the host of stars” ✧ PE17/151.3914: pl. 2
elenath class-plural “(of) the starry host” ✧ RGEO/63.0504
elenath class-plural “(of) the star-host” ✧ RGEO/64.0405
elenath class-plural “the host of the stars” ✧ RGEO/67.0105
elenath class-plural “all the host of the stars of heaven” ✧ WJ/363.0207
elenathon class-plural old-genitive   ✧ PE17/025.0307: full genitive
elin plural   ✧ Let/281.2611; PE17/025.1415; PE17/067.0117; PE17/127.2902; PE17/139.2606; PE22/150.1710; RGEO/65.1406; RGEO/67.0202
elin plural   ✧ PE17/024.4110: particular plural
elin plural   ✧ PE17/151.3911: pl. 1
elin plural   ✧ WJ/363.0204

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N. el n. “star”

References ✧ Ety/EL

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ᴹ√EL > el [elen] > [ele] > [el] ✧ Ety/EL.010