Q. úsië, an cé mo quernë cendelë númenna, ve senya “on the contrary, for if one turned the face westward, as was usual”

Q. úsië, an cé mo quernë cendelë númenna, ve senya, “on the contrary, for if one turned the face westward, as was usual”

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{lasi >> la >>} lasir >> ūsir úsir   úsir >> úsie
{pan >> an >>} an ké mo
{nanquerne >> númequerna >>} querne {quernesse >>} quernes querne quere querne
immo kanwarya kendele
númenna (ve senya) númenna
(ve ...)   (ve senwa) (ve senya) {i hyarma} númenna ve senya

References ✧ VT49/6-8

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Elements

lasir “rather the reverse” ✧ VT49/17 (lasi); VT49/18
quer- “to turn” past 3rd-sg ✧ VT49/20 (quernesse); VT49/20 (quernes); VT49/21 (quere); VT49/20 (querne)
immo “same one (person), self” ✧ VT49/21
úsir “on the contrary” ✧ VT49/18 (ūsir); VT49/18
cé¹ “if” ✧ VT49/19 (ke); VT49/19 ()
#canwa² “face” 3rd-pl-poss ✧ VT49/21 (kanwarya)
senya “usual” ✧ VT49/22 (senwa); VT49/22
úsië “on the contrary” ✧ VT49/18
an “for, but, then, or; moreover, furthermore” ✧ VT49/18
mo “one, anyone, someone, somebody” ✧ VT49/20
cendelë “face” ✧ VT49/21 (kendele)
númen “west, direction or region of the sunset, occident, (lit.) going down” allative ✧ VT49/22 (númenna)
ve¹ “as, like, similar, after the manner [of]” ✧ VT49/22

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