Q. auta-¹, v. “to go (away), depart, leave; to disappear, be lost, pass away”

References ✧ LotR/0377.3005; PE17/063.2102; PE17/063.2109; PE17/063.2112; PE17/063.2201; PE17/063.2205; PE17/063.2301; PE17/063.2402; PE17/063.2802; PE17/063.2804; PE17/063.2806; PE17/063.2808; PE17/063.2902; PE17/063.3001; PE17/063.3106; PE17/063.3202; PE17/063.3204; PE17/063.3207; PE17/063.3209; PE17/063.3211; PE17/148.2611; PE17/148.2614; PE17/148.2616; PE17/148.2703; PE17/162.3807; PE22/164.1601; PE22/164.1602; PE22/164.1607; PE22/164.1608; PE22/164.1609; PE22/164.1610; RC/341.1306; RGEO/58.0705; RGEO/58.4406; S/190.4003; WJ/166.2506; WJ/366.1103; WJ/366.1207; WJ/366.1402; WJ/366.1403; WJ/366.2203; WJ/366.2204; WJ/366.2210; WJ/366.3003; WJ/366.3007

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Auta aorist “is passing” ✧ S/190.4003; WJ/166.2506
auta aorist   ✧ PE22/164.1601
ava aorist   ✧ PE17/063.3202
oan aorist 1st-sg “go away” ✧ PE22/164.1602
autuva future   ✧ PE17/063.2808
auva future   ✧ PE17/063.3211
áva imperative “go” ✧ PE17/162.3807
vāne past   ✧ PE17/063.2112; PE17/063.3207
vāne past   ✧ WJ/366.1402: commonly used past tense; from stem
(a)vánie perfect   ✧ PE17/063.2806
avánie perfect “have gone, past away” ✧ PE17/063.2902
avānie perfect   ✧ PE17/063.3209
avānie perfect   ✧ WJ/366.1403: commonly used perfect tense; from stem
avānie perfect   ✧ WJ/366.2210: with the intrusion of the n from the past form, past and perfect became progressively more associated in Quenya
awāwe perfect   ✧ PE22/164.1609
vánie perfect augmentless   ✧ PE17/063.3001
vánie- perfect augmentless   ✧ PE17/063.2402
vānie perfect augmentless   ✧ PE17/063.2201
vānie perfect augmentless   ✧ WJ/366.3007: a form appearing in verse without an augment, probably a phonetic development after a preceding vowel, but such forms are not uncommon in verse
avánier perfect plural “have passed” ✧ LotR/0377.3005
avānier perfect plural “have passed away (pl.)” ✧ RGEO/58.4406
avāniër perfect plural “have passed” ✧ RGEO/58.0705
vánier perfect plural augmentless “have passed away” ✧ PE17/063.2102
vánier perfect plural augmentless “have departed” ✧ PE17/063.2301
vánier perfect plural augmentless   ✧ RC/341.1306
vānier perfect plural augmentless “have passed away” ✧ PE17/063.2205
anwe perfective-participle   ✧ PE17/148.2616: past participle
autya present   ✧ PE22/164.1607
avea present   ✧ PE17/063.3204
anwe strong-past   ✧ WJ/366.1207: old strong past only found in archaic language
avante strong-past   ✧ PE17/063.2804
oante strong-past   ✧ PE22/164.1608
oantë strong-past “went away (to another place)” ✧ WJ/366.2203: a regular form for -ta verbs of this class
oantë strong-past   ✧ WJ/366.3003
oänte strong-past   ✧ PE17/148.2614
oantië strong-perfect   ✧ WJ/366.2204: a regular form for -ta verbs of this class
oávie strong-perfect   ✧ PE22/164.1610
öávie strong-perfect   ✧ PE17/148.2703

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