Q. palantír, n. “far-gazer, far-seer, that which looks far away”

References ✧ Let/427.0803; LotR/0594.2712; LotR/0597.2203; LotRI; LotRI/Palantír.005; LRI/Palantíri.001; MRI/Palantíri.001; PE17/025.2506; PE17/025.2611; PE17/086.2702; PE17/086.2706; PE17/086.2812; PE17/086.2902; PE17/086.2904; PM/186.1311; PMI/Gwahaedir.003; PMI/Palantir.001; PMI/Palantir.002; RGEO/65.2906; S/292.2411; SA/palan.007; SA/tir.008; SI/Palantíri.001; SI/Seeing Stones.004; TII; UT/401.2704; UTI/palantíri.001; UTI/palantíri.003

Glosses

Variations

Inflections

Palantíri plural   ✧ LRI/Palantíri.001; MRI/Palantíri.001; PMI/Gwahaedir.003; PMI/Palantir.002
Palantíri plural “Those that watch from afar” ✧ S/292.2411; SI/Palantíri.001
Palantíri plural “Seeing Stones” ✧ SI/Seeing Stones.004
palantíri plural “that which looks far away” ✧ LotR/0597.2203
palantíri plural   ✧ LotRI/Palantír.005; PE17/086.2706; PE17/086.2904; PM/186.1311; SA/palan.007; SA/tir.008; UTI/palantíri.001

Elements

palan “far, wide, afar, distant; to a great extent, over a wide space, to a distance” ✧ PE17/025.2602; PE17/086.2802; SA/palan.001; UT/401.2610
tir- “to watch (over), guard, heed; to look (at), gaze, observe” ✧ PE17/025.2702; PE17/086.2812-1 (tíra)
TIR “watch (over), look at, observe” ✧ RGEO/65.2804; SA/tir.001

Cognates

Derivations


ᴹQ. palantir n. “far-seer”

References ✧ Ety/PAL.049; Ety/TIR.044; SDI1/palantír.001; WR/076.1203; WRI/palantír.001

Glosses

Variations

Elements

palan “far, distant, wide, to a great extent, over a wide space, to a distance” ✧ Ety/PAL.041
ᴹ√TIR “watch, guard” ✧ Ety/TIR.001