Q. me, pron. “us (exclusive)”

References ✧ LotR/377; PE17/14, 73, 76, 130, 135; RGEO/58-59; VT43/18-19, 22-23, 33; VT44/5, 9, 15, 18; VT47/11; VT49/51

Glosses

Variations

Related

Changes

Inflections

mello ablative “*[from] us” ✧ VT43/19.0501
men dative “*us” ✧ VT43/18.0201; VT43/33.1206
men dative “*[for] us” ✧ VT43/19.0510-2; VT43/22.1906
men dative   ✧ VT44/05.3703
men dative “*on us” ✧ VT44/15.0215
ómen dative “*on us” ✧ VT44/15.0406
met dual “us” ✧ LotR/0377.4004; RGEO/58.1704
met dual “us two, us twain” ✧ PE17/073.1702
met dual “she and me, we (dual)” ✧ PE17/076.2617: archaic and exclusive
met dual “2nd person dual exclusive pronoun” ✧ PE17/130.0707
met dual “us two” ✧ PE17/135.2705: “Varda and me”, excluding those to whom Galadriel is singing
met dual “us-two” ✧ RGEO/59.1105: Varda and Galadriel
met dual “you and me” ✧ VT47/11.3105
met dual “Dual 1[a]” ✧ VT49/51.0918
m’ elided   ✧ VT43/23.3208-1
(o)messe locative “*on us” ✧ VT44/15.1110
omesse locative “*on us” ✧ VT44/15.0201
ómesse locative “*on us” ✧ VT44/15.1104

Element In

Derivations


ᴹQ. me pron. “we, us”

References ✧ LR/47, 56; PE22/112, 118-119, 123-124, 127; SD/310

Glosses

Variations

Inflections

mel ? “us” ✧ LR/047.1205
mēne ? “on-us” ✧ SD/310.3101
miet stative dual   ✧ PE22/123.3402
mier stative plural   ✧ PE22/123.3303
ménet stative-past dual   ✧ PE22/123.3902
méner stative-past plural   ✧ PE22/123.3803

Element In


ᴱQ. me¹ pron. “we; 1st pl. exclusive pronoun”

References ✧ PE14/52-54, 56, 59, 85

Glosses

Variations

Inflections

mello ablative   ✧ PE14/054.1209
me accusative   ✧ PE14/053.1101
mer dative   ✧ PE14/053.2501
mer dative “to us” ✧ PE14/085.2913
men genitive   ✧ PE14/053.2001

Element In