S. covad-, v. “to bring together, make meet”

References ✧ Let/308.0902; LotR/0209.3201; PE17/016.2801; PE17/016.2806; PE17/016.2907; PE17/016.2910; PE17/158.0206; PE17/158.0301; PE17/158.0308; PE17/158.0601

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covannen passive-participle “art brought together” ✧ PE17/016.2910: past participle
covannen passive-participle   ✧ PE17/158.0301: late Sindarin for covan(n)
govannen passive-participle “met” ✧ Let/308.0902
govannen passive-participle   ✧ LotR/0209.3201
covant past   ✧ PE17/016.2907
go-vannen soft-mutation “met” ✧ PE17/016.2801
govannen soft-mutation passive-participle “met” ✧ PE17/158.0308

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S. govan-, v. “to meet, come to same place”

References ✧ PE17/016.2202; PE17/016.2403; PE17/016.2414; PE17/017.0104

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go-vannen passive-participle “met” ✧ PE17/016.2202: past participle; [the section is rejected, but later notes make it clear Tolkien changed his mind and restored this etymology]
govannen passive-participle   ✧ PE17/016.2414: past participle
’ovannen soft-mutation “met” ✧ PE17/017.0104

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go- “together, co-, com-” ✧ PE17/016.2207 (go-)
ban- “?to meet, come up against” ✧ PE17/016.2303 (†ba(n)-)

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N. #govad- v. “to meet”

References ✧ RS/194.2308

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govannen passive-participle “met” ✧ RS/194.2308

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go- “together”
*bad- “to travel”

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