Q. Isilya [þ], n. “*Monday, Moon-day”

Reference ✧ LotR/1110.2813 ✧ “third day of the Eldarin six-day week”

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Elements

Isil “Moon, (lit.) Sheen”
-ya¹ “adjective suffix”

Cognates


ᴹQ. Isilya [þ] n. “*Monday, Moon-day”

Reference ✧ PM/130.0404

Cognates


ᴱQ. Múrien pn. “Monday”

Name of Monday in the seven-day week of the Elves (otsola) in an early word list (PE14/21). The day was related to sleep and dreams, and was probably derived from ᴱ√MURU having to do with sleep. The name was first give as (rejected) Olōrien, probably derived from the root ᴱ√LORO, also related to sleep.

References ✧ PE14/021.0802; PE14/021.2501

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ᴱQ. Tinwesan pn. “Monday”

Alternate name of the second Monday in the Valinorian fortnight (PE14/22), a combination of tinwe “star” and sana “day”.

Reference ✧ PE14/022.1103 ✧ “Monday”

Elements

tinwe “star”
sana “day (24 hours)”

ᴱQ. Ulmosan pn. “Monday”

Name of the first Monday in the Valinorian fortnight (PE14/22), a combination of the name of the god Ulmo and sana “day”.

Reference ✧ PE14/022.0402 ✧ “Monday”

Elements

Ulmo “Valon of the Seas”
sana “day (24 hours)”

ᴱQ. Vaisan pn. “Monday”

Alernate name of the first Monday in the Valinorian fortnight (PE14/22), a combination Vai “Outer Ocean” and sana “day”.

Reference ✧ PE14/022.0403 ✧ “Monday”

Elements

Vai “Outer Ocean”
sana “day (24 hours)”

ᴱQ. Vardasan pn. “Monday”

Name of the second Monday in the Valinorian fortnight (PE14/22), a combination of the name of the goddess Varda and sana “day”.

Reference ✧ PE14/022.1102 ✧ “Monday”

Elements

Varda
sana “day (24 hours)”