Q. [m] (tengwa #18)

References ✧ PE17/124.0205; PE19/071.3402-1; PE19/077.1407; PE19/079.1505; PE19/080.1801; PE19/082.0603; PE19/092.2201; PE19/097.1016; PE19/097.1205; PE19/101.2116

Variations

Element In

Phonetic Development

m- < mb- ✧ PE17/124.0205 (mb > mm > m; initial)
AQ. syllabic nasals developed a preceding vowel of similar quality umb- < ṃb- ✧ PE19/077.1407 (*[ṃb-] > *[umb-])
Q. initial voiceless nasals [hm], [hn] became voiced [m], [n] m- < m̥- ✧ PE19/079.1505 (hm > m; initially)
Q. [z] assimilated to following [m], [n] mm < zm ✧ PE19/082.0603 (zm > mm); PE19/101.2116 (zm > mm)
Van. [mm], [nn] became [mb], [nd] mm > mb ✧ PE19/092.2205 (mm > mb)

Q. [m-]

Reference ✧ PE17/104.1511


Q. [-mb-] (tengwa #6)

Reference ✧ PE17/104.0510 ✧ for example: umbar “fate”


Q. [-mp-] (tengwa #14)

References ✧ PE17/104.0612; VT42/24.4204-1; VT42/24.4205-1

Variations


ᴹQ. [m]

Reference ✧ PE22/065.1504m

Element In


ᴱQ. [m]

References ✧ PE12/016.2508; PE12/016.2607; PE12/016.2708; PE12/024.0502; PE14/041.0902; PE14/060.0706

Variations

Element In

Phonetic Development

ᴱQ. [no change] m < m ✧ PE12/016.2508 (m > m); PE12/016.2607 (m > m)
ᴱQ. initial nasalized stops became nasals m- < mb- ✧ PE12/016.2708 (mb > b)
ᴱQ. nasals became [n] before [j] mj > nj ✧ PE12/024.0506-2 (m + y > ny)