S. Nogoth, n. “[Greater] Dwarf”

References ✧ LotR/0307.1402; PE17/045.2302; PE17/045.2502; PE17/045.2507; PE17/045.2510; PE17/045.2801; PE17/045.2902; PE17/045.3916; PE17/045.4011; PE17/046.0103; PE17/046.0104; PE17/046.0109; SA/naug.018; SA/naug.020; SA/naug.026; UT/318.4207; UTI/Nogothrim.001; WJ/338.4007; WJ/338.4008-1; WJ/388.0801; WJ/388.0803; WJ/388.0806; WJ/413.1601; WJI; WJI/Nogoth.003; WJI/Nogoth.004

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Nogothrim class-plural “all Dwarves, the Dwarf-people” ✧ UT/318.4207
Nogothrim class-plural “The Dwarves” ✧ UTI/Nogothrim.001
Nogothrim class-plural   ✧ WJ/388.0806; WJI/Nogoth.004
nogoth-rim class-plural “dwarf-folk” ✧ PE17/045.2510
nogothrim class-plural   ✧ LotR/0307.1402; SA/naug.026
nogothrim class-plural “of the Dwarf-people” ✧ PE17/045.2302
nogothrim/nogothlir class-plural   ✧ PE17/046.0104
nogrim class-plural   ✧ PE17/046.0103
Negyth plural “Dwarves” ✧ WJ/338.4008-1
Noegyth plural   ✧ WJ/388.0803; WJI/Nogoth.003
negyth plural   ✧ PE17/045.4011
noegyth plural   ✧ SA/naug.020
nogoth plural “dwarves” ✧ PE17/045.2502

Elements

naug “dwarf(ed), stunted; dwarf” ✧ PE17/045.4002; SA/naug.001
-oth “augmentative suffix” ✧ PE17/045.4006

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