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” ✧ VT49/17.4003 (lasi); VT49/18.0211
quer- “to turn” past 3rd-sg ✧ VT49/20.3703 (quernesse); VT49/20.3612 (quernes); VT49/21.1413 (quere); VT49/20.1601 (querne)
immo “same one (person), self” ✧ VT49/21.1501
úsir “on the contrary” ✧ VT49/18.1711 (ūsir); VT49/18.1806
cé¹ “if” ✧ VT49/19.1208 (ke); VT49/19.1201 ()
#canwa² “face” 3rd-pl-poss ✧ VT49/21.2305 (kanwarya)
senya “usual” ✧ VT49/22.0912 (senwa); VT49/22.0602
úsië “on the contrary” ✧ VT49/18.2002
an “for, but, then, or; moreover, furthermore” ✧ VT49/18.2401
mo “one, anyone, someone, somebody” ✧ VT49/20.1201
cendelë “face” ✧ VT49/21.3005 (kendele)
númen “west, direction or region of the sunset, occident, (lit.) going down” allative ✧ VT49/22.0301 (númenna)
ve¹ “like, as, similar, after the manner [of]” ✧ VT49/22.0601

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