S. *ael, n. “lake, pool”

[is, as suggested by Christopher Tolkien, perhaps not a correct association; the older example oeloelin (plural) in Ety/AY indicates the -in is a plural suffix] @@@ primitive ✶ai-lin- @@@ maybe singlular as ᴱN. ailin (PE13/158)

References ✧ SA/aelin.001; SA/lin¹.016

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aelin plural “lake, pool” ✧ SA/aelin.001: [glosses in SI:Aelin-uial indicate it should be plural]

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N. oel n. “pool, lake”

References ✧ Ety/AY.010; Ety/AY.012

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oelin plural ✧ Ety/AY.012

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ᴹ✶ai-lin- > oel [ailin] > [aili] > [oeli] > [oel] ✧ Ety/AY.010

ᴱN. ailin n. “lake”

References ✧ PE13/136.4001; PE13/158.4501; PE13/158.4505

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ailiniath plural ✧ PE13/158.4505

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G. ail n. “lake, pool”

References ✧ GL/17.7601; LT2A/Elwing.040

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G. ailion n. “lake, pool”

References ✧ GL/17.7801; LT2A/Elwing.043; PE13/113.5001; PE13/113.5201

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ail “lake, pool” ✧ GL/17.7601
*-(i)on “adjectival suffix” ✧ GL/17.7801-2 (*-ion)

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