Neo-Quenya Neologisms

Words in this section are neologisms (fan-invented words) for Neo-Quenya. These words are listed here to make it easier to evaluate these words independently of words created by Tolkien. Many of these “neologisms” are actually Tolkien-invented words (or adaptations of such words) that have been updated to be more consistent with the later forms of his languages. The language of the original form is in brackets, for example: ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] occa “knee” is an adaptation of Early Qenya okka, updated to the spelling conventions of the later Quenya language. Words adapted from the earliest versions of the language (Early Qenya or ᴱQ. from 1910-1930) are also treated as neologisms to more accurately reflect their degree of acceptance among authors of Neo-Quenya.

There can be considerable disagreement among fans of about the “right” way to add words into Tolkien’s languages. However, some of these neologisms have gone through some kind of community vetting process and are more generally accepted. Where available, the creator of each word as well as the process used to vet the word (if any) is listed next to the neologism. Unmarked “neologisms” are simply early words from before 1930 adopted without any changes beyond simple orthographic updates. Those marked with a “^” are early words that have gone through some minor changes from early forms to better fit the linguistic structures of Tolkien’s later languages. Those marked with a “!” are pure inventions, though they are generally based in some way on Tolkien’s linguistic elements.



Version 0.6.6

ᴺQ. !anat prep. “against” < ✶anak [created by Ицхак Пензев (Yitzik Penzev)]
ᴺQ. !anqua adj. and adv. “opposite, against” < ✶anak [created by Tamas Ferencz]
ᴺQ. !cainu- v. “to lie down, *bend down; [with locative] to endure, suffer (from)” < ✶kainu-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] calainë n. “serenity, ⚠️serene” < √KAL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] calas (calass-) n. “brass” < √KAL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] calassina adj. “made of brass”calas
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] callë n. “fair weather, clear sky, blue sky” < √KAL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] calleva adj. “fair (weather or complexion)”callë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^calwa adj. “lurid” < √KAL « ᴱQ. kanwa¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cáma n. “guilt, responsibility” < ᴺ√KAH
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] campo n. “flea” < ✶kamprū
ᴺQ. !canaquëa num. ord. “fourteenth” ⇐ Q. canaquë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cantallumë adv. “four times” ⇐ Q. canta¹ + -llumë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] canu n. “lead” < ^ᴺ√KANU
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] canuina adj. “of lead”canu
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] canuva adj. “leaden”canu
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] capanda n. “jump” < ᴹ√KAP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] carcapolca n. “boar, *(lit.) tusk-pig” ⇐ Q. carca + polca
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] carcara adj. “toothed” ⇐ Q. carca
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] carcasarma adj. “large saw” ⇐ Q. carca + sarma
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^carnëambor n. “robin, (lit.) red-breast” ⇐ Q. carnë + ᴹQ. ambor « ᴱQ. karneambar
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cecet n. “pheasant” < ᴺ√KEK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cehtecet n. “clucking” < ᴺ√KEK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] celeta n. “trickle” < √KEL
ᴺQ. !cil- root. “to choose, select” < √KIL
ᴺQ. !cilina adj. “glassy, of glass” ⇐ Q. cilin
ᴺQ. !cilinta- v. “to glaze” ⇐ Q. cilin
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^cirda n. “splinter, *wood shaving” < √KIR « ᴱQ. kinda
ᴺQ. !cirihta- v. “to reap” < ᴹ✶k’rikta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] citya- v. “to tickle” < ᴺQ. ^KITYA
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cityalë n. “tickling”citya-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cityalëa adj. “ticklish, susceptible, sensitive”cityalë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] coina adj. “alive, ⚠️living” < √KOY
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] coiva adj. “lively, ⚠️living; awake” < √KOY
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cólë n. “passivity, endurance, patience; a passive individual” < √KOL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cólema n. “patience, endurance; hardship”cólë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cólemaina adj. “patient”cólema
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cóleva adj. “passive”cólë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] corda n. “temple” < ^ᴺ√KOD
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cordon n. “idol”corda
ᴺQ. !coropë n. “skull” < √KOR [created by Damien Bador]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^corta- v. “to roll up, roll, pack” < √KOR « ᴱQ. konta-
ᴺQ. !cuimamatta n. “animal food” ⇐ Q. #cuima + Q. matta
ᴺQ. [Q.] cuita- v. “to waken, rouse; ⚠️to live” < ✶kuitā-
ᴺQ. !cuiva adj. “awake” < √KUY
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^culingwë n. “goldfish” ⇐ ᴹQ. kulina + ᴹQ. lingwe « ᴱQ. kuluin
ᴺQ. !ecca n. “hole” < ✶ekka [created by Helge Fauskanger]
ᴺQ. !eccuinu- v. “to awake, wake up” < ✶etkuinu-
ᴺQ. !emermo n. “herdsman, shepherd” ⇐ Q. #emer-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] enquellumë num. card. “six times” ⇐ Q. enquë + -llumë
ᴺQ. !finyalë n. “cleverness” ⇐ Q. finya
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] firinga n. “carcanet, necklace” < ᴺ√FIRING
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hérë n. “lordship” < √KHER
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] heru- v. “to lord it over, be master of, own, [ᴱQ.] rule” < ✶kheru-
ᴺQ. !himítë (himíti-) adj. “clinging, sticking, (lit.) able to stick on; persistent, chronic” < ✶khimīti
ᴺQ. [Q.] hloa n. “fenland, *swamp, bog”
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^húni n. “bitch, *female dog” < √KHUG « ᴱQ. suni
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^huolë n. “litter (of pubs, cubs, etc.)” ⇐ ᴹQ. huo « ᴱQ. saule
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^húvar n. “wild dog, jackal” ⇐ √KHUG « ᴱQ. savar
ᴺQ. !hyamië n. “prayer” ⇐ Q. #hyam- [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] iqu- v. “to beg, ‘pray’” < ^ᴺ√IKWI(S)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] iquis n. “requirement” < ^ᴺ√IKWI(S)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] iquista n. “request; if you please, please” < ^ᴺ√IKWI(S)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] iquisya- v. “to ask for, request” < ^ᴺ√IKWI(S)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] itsë n. “small fly” < ^ᴺ√ITITH
ᴺQ. [ᴱ√] ^KITYA root. “*tickle” « ᴱ√KITI
ᴺQ. [Q.] lacárima adj. “not feasible, impossible” ⇐ Q. la- + Q. cárima
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^lafírima adj. “immortal” ⇐ Q. fírima « ᴹQ. #alfírima
ᴺQ. !laimamatta adj. “vegetable food” ⇐ Q. laima + Q. matta
ᴺQ. !laisa- v. “to let slip, lose, mislay, forget; (intr.) to be lost” < ^ᴺ√LAYATH
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^laistima adj. “unknowable, secret” ⇐ Q. laista « ᴹQ. alistima
ᴺQ. !lalamma- v. “to chatter, babble” < √LAM
ᴺQ. !lalammië n. “babble” ⇐ !lalamma-
ᴺQ. !lalda n. “laugh” < √LAL
ᴺQ. !lalië n. “laughter, laughing” ⇐ Q. lala- [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lalië-malina n. “daffodil, *(lit.) yellow laughter” ⇐ !lalië + Q. malina « ᴱQ. kankale-malina
ᴺQ. !lalil n. “chuckle” < √LAL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lamanwa adj. “animal-like, beastly, stupid” ⇐ Q. laman
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lap- v. “to wrap, swathe, wind” < √LAP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lapil n. “swathe, flowing cloth” < √LAP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lappa n. “loose-end, end of rope, hem of robe” < √LAP
ᴺQ. [Q.] laptë n. “gluttonous eating, [ᴹQ.] licking up (food or drink)” < ✶labdē
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] laru n. “grease, ⚠️fat” < ᴹ√LAR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] larúva adj. “greasy”laru
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lassëa adj. “with leaves, leafy” ⇐ Q. lassë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] laulë n. “life, mode of life” < √LAW
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] laulema adj. “inhabiting”laulë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] laulemo n. “inhabitant”laulë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] laulesta n. “livelihood”laulë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] laupë n. “tunic, shirt” < √LAP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lávëar n. “glutton” < √LAB
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lemillumë adv. “five times” ⇐ Q. lempë + -llumë
ᴺQ. [Q.] lenga- v. “to behave” < √LEÑ
ᴺQ. [Q.] lengë n. “gesture, characteristic look, gesture or trait” < √LEÑ
ᴺQ. !lepenquëa num. ord. “fifteenth” ⇐ Q. lepenquë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lepsa n. “liver” < ^ᴺ√LEPH
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lepsilë n. “tendril” < √LEP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lia adj. “many” < √LI
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lia- v. “to entwine” < ᴹ√(S)LIG
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^liltë n. “dance” < ᴹ√LILT « ᴱQ. lilt
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] liltië n. “dancing, dance” ⇐ ᴹQ. lilta- (gerund)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] limil n. “a chain” < √LIM
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lindalëa adj. “melodious, *musical” ⇐ Q. lindalë « ᴱQ. lindelea
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lindëa adj. “singing, ⚠️*musical” ⇐ Q. #lindë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lindelin n. “melody, tune” ⇐ Q. #lindë
ᴺQ. !lingwëa adj. “fishlike” ⇐ ᴹQ. lingwe
ᴺQ. !lingwileuca n. “eel” ⇐ ᴹQ. lingwe + Q. leuca
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] linta- v. “to soothe” < √LIN²
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lipta- v. “to drip” < ᴹ√LIB¹ « ᴱQ. lipte-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] liquis (liquist-) n. “clarity, transparence, limpidity” < ᴺ√LIKWIS
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] liquistëa adj. “transparent, *clear”liquis
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lisselë n. “sweetness” ⇐ Q. lissë¹ « ᴱQ. lísele
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] -llumë suf. “-times” ⇐ Q. lúmë¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lop- v. “to gallop, *lope, ⚠️[ᴱQ.] run” < ᴹ√LOP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lótëa adj. “full of blossom, *blooming, flowering” ⇐ Q. lótë
ᴺQ. !lotesta n. “garden” ⇐ Q. lótë + Q. -sta¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lotincë n. “floret” ⇐ Q. lótë « ᴱQ. lotella
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^loxo (loxu-) n. “mud, *slime” < √LOG « ᴱQ. lukso
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lúmëa adj. “pertaining to time, temporal” ⇐ Q. lúmë¹ « ᴱQ. lúmia
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lurmë n. “dark weather, bad weather” < √LUM « ᴱQ. lúre
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lúta- v. “to have time pass” < ᴹ√LU
ᴺQ. !maltava adj. “of gold” ⇐ Q. malta
ᴺQ. !manan adv. “why” ⇐ Q. mana (dative) [created by Helge Fauskanger]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^mangwë n. “butter” < ^ᴺ√MANGA « ᴱQ. manya¹
ᴺQ. !matya- v. “to feed” < ✶matyā- [created by Damien Bador]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^meletya- v. “to magnify” < √MBELEK « ᴱQ. velitya-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] minquelumë adv. “eleven times” ⇐ Q. minquë + -llumë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] mirucarnë (mirucarni-) adj. “wine-red”miru + Q. carnë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] mirúva adj. “like wine, winy”miru
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] moica adj. “soft, gentle” < ᴹ√MOY
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] mórilanta n. “nightfall” ⇐ Q. morë + Q. lanta
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^nehtelë n. “honeycomb” ⇐ Q. nehtë² « ᴱQ. nektele
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] nellumë adv. “thrice, three times” ⇐ Q. neldë + -llumë
ᴺQ. !ninquelë n. “pallor” ⇐ Q. ninquë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^nonorra- v. “to run on, run smoothly and hum, *keep on running (especially of machines)” « ᴱQ. nornoro-
ᴺQ. !numbë n. “timidity” < √(N)DUB
ᴺQ. !numbëa adj. “timid” ⇐ !numbë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] nur (nurr-) n. “complaint, ⚠️growl” < *ᴺ√NUR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ólemë n. “elbow”
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] otsola n. “(seven-day) week” ⇐ Q. otso
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] otsollumë adv. “seven times” ⇐ Q. otso + -llumë
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^pahta- v. “to speak, talk (intransitive)” < √PAKAT « Q. †pakta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] polca n. “pig” < √POL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] qualmëa adj. “deadly, deathly” ⇐ ᴹQ. qalme
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quam- v. “to be ill, vomit” < ᴹ√KWAM
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quámëa adj. “sick, *nauseous” ⇐ ᴹQ. qáme
ᴺQ. !quamna n. “vomit”quam- [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. !quëallumë adv. “ten times” ⇐ Q. quëan + -llumë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^quelehtë n. “carcasse” < √KWEL¹ « ᴱQ. qelekte
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^quelehtië n. “rot, corruption” ⇐ ^quelehtë « ᴱQ. qeleksie
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^quelehtima adj. “corrupt, rotten” ⇐ ^quelehtë « ᴱQ. qeleksima
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] queletya- v. “to perish” < √KWEL¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quelmë n. “ruin, utter end, perdition, ⚠️end, death” < √KWEL¹
ᴺQ. [Q.] quenna n. “saying, proverb” < √KWEN
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^quetítë adj. “having speech, able to talk, good at expression, glib” ⇐ Q. quet- + Q. -itë « ᴱQ. qets(im)a
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^quettalë n. “sentence; wording, expression, phrase” ⇐ Q. quetta « ᴱQ. qentele
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quilda adj. “quiet, hushed, still” < ^ᴺ√KWILID
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^quilda- v. “to stay quiet, be quiet, ⚠️rest” < ^ᴺ√KWILID « ᴱQ. qildi-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quildarë n. “bat”quilda
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] quilir n. “quiet, *hush” < ^ᴺ√KWILID
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^quinga- v. “to twang, thrum (of strings, harps, etc.)” < ᴹ√KWIG « ᴱQ. qingi-
ᴺQ. !railë n. “smile” < √RAY²
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] recca n. “spittle” < ᴺ√KEREK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^rehtima adj. “despicable, contemptible” < ᴺ√KEREK « ᴱQ. retima
ᴺQ. !rondova adj. “cavernous” ⇐ Q. rondo¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sampa n. “spade, *shovel” < ᴺ√SAP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sampo n. “*cellar, vault; ⚠️cave, hollow” < ᴺ√SAP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sap- v. “to dig” < ᴺ√SAP
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^sappa adj. “hollow, dug-out, excavated” < ᴺ√SAP « ᴱQ. satwa
ᴺQ. !sáralipta n. “urine” ⇐ Q. sára + ^lipta-
ᴺQ. !sardincë n. “pebble” ⇐ Q. #sar
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sarma n. “saw” < √THAR¹
ᴺQ. [Q.] sérë n. “peace; [ᴹQ.] rest, repose” < √SED
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^sovalda- v. “to cleanse, purify” < ^ᴺ√SOW « ᴱQ. sovalna-
ᴺQ. !tallimë (tallimi-) n. “ankle, (lit.) foot-link” ⇐ Q. tál + Q. #limë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] telpingwë n. “silverfish” ⇐ Q. telpë + ᴹQ. lingwe
ᴺQ. !tyarma n. “cause, motive, reason” < ᴹ√KYAR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tyausta n. “savour, flavour” < √KYAW
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tyavasta n. “sense of taste” ⇐ Q. #tyav-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ulumpë n. “camel” < ^ᴺ√LU(M)P
ᴺQ. !yarra n. “️growl, snarl” < *ᴺ√YAR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] yullumë adv. “twice, two times” ⇐ Q. yu- + -llumë

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ᴺQ. !accal- v. “to blaze, shine (suddenly and) brilliantly” < ✶akkal-
ᴺQ. [Q.] ahtar- v. “to do back, react; ⚠️to requite, avenge” ⇐ √AT + Q. car-
ᴺQ. !ahtarië v. “reaction; ⚠️vengeance”ahtar- [created by NQNT, Paul Strack]
ᴺQ. [Q.] ahto n. “wright, maker” < ✶aktō
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^aimahto n. “martyr” ⇐ √AYA(N) + √MAK « ᴱQ. aimaktu
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] aimo n. “saint” ⇐ √AYA(N) + Q. -mo
ᴺQ. !aino n. “god” ⇐ Q. aina < √AYA(N) [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] aipio n. “cherry” ⇐ √AYA(N) + pio
ᴺQ. !aita- v. “to revere, worship” ⇐ √AYA(N) + ✶-tă
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^aitalë n. “reverence, worship” ⇐ !aita- + Q. -lë « ᴱQ. aistale
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^aitalëa adj. “reverent, worshipful” ⇐ ^aitalë + Q. #-a « ᴱQ. aistalea
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^alalla- v. “*to keep on growing” « ᴹQ. ololla-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] alas (alast-) n. “marble” < ^ᴺ✶galast-
ᴺQ. !alassëa n. “happy, joyful, merry” ⇐ Q. alassë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] alasta adj. “of marble, marble”alas
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] alaswa adj. “like marble”alas
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] aldeon (aldeond-) n. “avenue (of trees)” ⇐ Q. alda
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] almo n. “shoulder(s), back” < √GAL²
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] amapta- v. “to ravish, seize and carry off forcibly” < √MAP
ᴺQ. [Q.] ammë n. “mummy, mother”
ᴺQ. [Q.] ana- pref. “to, towards”
ᴺQ. [Q.] anta n. “[ᴱQ.] cheek, ⚠️[Q.] jaw, [ᴹQ.] face”
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] apanta- v. “to open, reveal, show, display” ⇐ ᴹQ. panta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] apantië n. “display, *revealing, revelation”apanta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^arcólima adj. “equivalent” ⇐ Q. ar- + Q. cólima < !ᴺ✶askōlimā « ᴱQ. aryúlima
ᴺQ. !arrongo adv. “right away, promptly, very soon” ⇐ Q. ron(go) (genitive) [created by Tamas Ferencz]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] aurëa adj. “sunny, sunlit, (lit.) daylight-ish” ⇐ Q. aurë + Q. #-a
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^aurië n. “wealth [in possessions], property” ⇐ Q. aura « ᴱQ. ausie
ᴺQ. !autaila adj. “going, passing, nearly gone” ⇐ Q. auta-¹ + Q. -(i)la
ᴺQ. !axula adj. “bony” ⇐ Q. axo¹
ᴺQ. !capaitë adj. “leaping, bounding” ⇐ ᴹQ. kap-
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] capta- v. “to make spring, scatter, [ᴱQ.] startle” ⇐ ᴹ√KAP + ✶-tā
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^carasta n. “making, manufacture, construction” « ᴹQ. karaste
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^celusta n. “outflow” « ᴹQ. keluste
ᴺQ. !cemnassë n. “earthenware, pottery” ⇐ ᴹQ. kemna
ᴺQ. [Q.] cenítë adj. “seeing, *able to see” ⇐ Q. cen- + Q. -itë
ᴺQ. !cesië [þ] n. “search” ⇐ Q. ces- + Q. -ië²
ᴺQ. !cirila adj. “cutting” ⇐ Q. #cir- (active-participle)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^costaima adj. “debatable” ⇐ ᴹQ. kosta- « ᴱQ. kosima
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^costë n. “quarrel, dispute, legal action” < ᴺ√KOT(H) « ᴱQ. kos
ᴺQ. !cuilórë n. “day-dream, (lit.) awake-dream” ⇐ √KUY + Q. lórë
ᴺQ. !cuilórëa adj. “absent-minded, (lit.) day-dreamy” ⇐ !cuilórë
ᴺQ. !cuimamatya adj. “carnivorous, (lit.) animal-eating” ⇐ Q. #cuima + Q. #-matya
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] cúnë n. “crescent, arch, ⚠️bow” < ^ᴺ√KU(H)
ᴺQ. [Q.] cunya- v. “to rule” < *√KUN(DU)
ᴺQ. !cupta n. “deception, lie” < √KUB [created by Shihali]
ᴺQ. !cupta- v. “to deceive, lie” < √KUB [created by Shihali]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] curuni n. “witch, *sorceress, female magician (not necessarily evil)” ⇐ Q. curu + ᴹQ. †
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^cyúca n. “cud” « ᴱQ. tyúka²
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^ëasta n. “being, existence” ⇐ Q. ëa- + Q. #-sta² « ᴹQ. easte
ᴺQ. !eccahta n. “hawthorn, (lit.) thorn-hedge” ⇐ ᴹQ. ekko + Q. hahta
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^eccoia adj. “thorny” ⇐ ᴹQ. ekko « ᴱQ. ekkia
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ef- v. “to emerge (especially from water)” < *ᴺ√EPH
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ehta- v. “to stab” < ✶ektā-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ellumë adv. “once, one time” ⇐ Q. er + -llumë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] elmenda n. “wonder, wonderment” < ^ᴺ√ELEM
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] enar n. “tomorrow” ⇐ Q. en + Q. aurë
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^endya adj. “central, ⚠️middle” < √ENED « Q. entya
ᴺQ. !enenquëa num. ord. “sixteenth” ⇐ Q. enenquë
ᴺQ. !enquain num. card. “sixty” ⇐ Q. enquë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] erda adj. “solitary, deserted” < √ER
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^esta adv. “outwards” ⇐ √ET + ✶-da « ᴱQ. est
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] eulë n. “lamb” < ᴺ√EW(EL)
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^farasta n. “hunting, the chase” « ᴹQ. faraste
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hac- v. “to squat” < ^ᴺ√KHAK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hacca n. “the hams, buttocks” < ^ᴺ√KHAK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hampë (hampi-) n. “cord” < √KHAP « ᴱQ. hempa
ᴺQ. !hanquet- v. “to answer” ⇐ Q. han- + Q. quet- [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hanúrë n. “manliness, masculinity” ⇐ ᴹQ. hanu « ᴱQ. anúre
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hanusta n. “monastery” ⇐ ᴹQ. hanu « ᴱQ. anusta
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hanustar n. “monk” ⇐ ^hanusta « ᴱQ. anustar
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hanúva adj. “doughty, *manly” ⇐ ᴹQ. hanu « ᴱQ. anúva
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hanúvië n. “manhood, doughtyness” ⇐ ^hanúva « ᴱQ. anúvie
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^haru- v. “to sit down, take a seat” < √KHAD « ᴹQ. hamu-
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] hat- v. “[ᴱQ.] to hurl, fling, *throw” < ᴹ√KHAT
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hel- v. “to freeze” < √KHEL « ᴱQ. hilk-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^helcin adj. “frozen” < √KHELEK « ᴱQ. halkin
ᴺQ. !helta- v. “to strip; to despoil, denude” < ᴹ✶skelta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hessa adj. “withered, ⚠️dead” < ^ᴺ√KHES
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hesta- v. “to wither” < ^ᴺ√KHES
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hilmi coll. “family, offspring, *descendants, progeny” < √KHIL
ᴺQ. !híma adj. “sticky, viscous” < ᴹ✶khīmā
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^hlaiwa adj. “sick, sickly, ill” « ᴹQ. laiwa
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^hlívë n. “sickness, *disease” « ᴹQ. líve
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^hlussa- v. “to whisper” < ᴹ√SLUS « ᴹQ. lussa-
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^hlussë n. “whispering sound” < ᴹ√SLUS « ᴹQ. lusse
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] n. “owl” < ᴺ✶HO(L)
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] hollë n. “shout” < ᴺ✶HO(L)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^holta- v. “to call out” < ᴺ✶HO(L) « ᴱQ. holto-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hont n. “sneeze” < ^ᴺ√HOT
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hontossë n. “loud sneeze”hont
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hostaitë adj. “able to gather” ⇐ Q. hosta- « ᴱQ. hostalka
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hototyossë n. “a cough and a sneeze” ⇐ ᴺ√^HOT + tyos
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hotsë n. “army, band, troop” < √KHOT¹ « ᴱQ. hosse¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^hotya- v. “to sneeze” < ^ᴺ√HOT « ᴱQ. hotyo-
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^hravanda n. “wilderness” ⇐ Q. hráva « ᴹQ. ravanda
ᴺQ. !hrávëa adj. “fleshly, carnal” ⇐ Q. hrávë
ᴺQ. !hrondova adj. “corporeal, bodily” ⇐ Q. hrondo
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hútatyosta n. “whooping cough”tyos
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] hyar n. “plough” < ᴹ√SYAD¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ilimba adj. “milky”ilin
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ilin (ilim-) n. “milk” < ^ᴺ√ILIM
ᴺQ. !illomë n. “everywhere” ⇐ Q. #il- + Q. #nómë
ᴺQ. !iluasta n. “omnipresence” ⇐ Q. ilu + ^ëasta
ᴺQ. !imyalë n. “sameness” ⇐ Q. imya
ᴺQ. !inimë n. “femininity, womanliness” ⇐ ᴹQ. †
ᴺQ. !iniva adj. “womanly” ⇐ ᴹQ. †
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] itis n. “fly bite; *itch” < ^ᴺ√ITITH
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] itisin adj. “itching” < ^ᴺ√ITITH
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] itisya- v. “to itch, irritate” < ^ᴺ√ITITH
ᴺQ. [Q.] lacenítë adj. “unseeing, blind”cenítë
ᴺQ. !laimamatya adj. “herbivorous, vegetarian, (lit.) plant-eating” ⇐ Q. laima + Q. #-matya
ᴺQ. !lamára adj. “useless, worthless, unsuitable” ⇐ Q. la- + Q. mára
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lamárë n. “flock” ⇐ Q. laman
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lantanwa adj. “fallen” ⇐ Q. lanta- (perfective-participle)
ᴺQ. !lantasírë n. “waterfall, (lit.) falling river” ⇐ Q. lanta + Q. sír(ë)
ᴺQ. !laréra adj. “fallow, (lit.) not sown” ⇐ !réra
ᴺQ. !larmëa adj. “fleshy, fatty” ⇐ ᴹQ. larma
ᴺQ. !léramo n. “freeman” ⇐ Q. léra
ᴺQ. !lérië n. “freedom” ⇐ Q. léra
ᴺQ. !leryalë n. “release” ⇐ Q. lerya-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] letinwessë n. “constellation” ⇐ Q. tinwë
ᴺQ. !lipsanë n. “lather” ⇐ ᴹQ. lipsa
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^lirusta n. “singing, chant” « ᴹQ. liruste
ᴺQ. [Q.] lomba adj. “blind” < √DOM
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lor- v. “to slumber, *sleep” < √(O)LOR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lorda adj. “slumbrous, drowsy” < √(O)LOR
ᴺQ. !lórelot n. “poppy, (lit.) flower of sleep” ⇐ Q. lórë + Q. lótë
ᴺQ. !lorta- v. “to faint, swoon, become dazed” < √(O)LOR
ᴺQ. !lortalë n. “swoon, faint, dizziness” ⇐ !lorta-
ᴺQ. !loru- v. “to fall asleep” < √(O)LOR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] luc- v. “to haul, drag, [ᴱQ.] pull” < √LUK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^luilë n. “blue stone, sapphire” < √LUY « ᴱQ. lúle
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] lut- v. “to flow, float, sail” < √LUT
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lyanta- v. “to add to, enlarge, increase, augment” < ^ᴺ√GYANTA « ᴱQ. yanta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lyaxë n. “cow” < ^ᴺ√GYAK « ᴱQ. mui
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^lyello n. “call, shout, cry of triumph” < √GYEL « ᴹQ. yello
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^lyerna adj. “old, worn” « ᴹQ. yerna
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^lyerya- v. “to wear (out), get old” « ᴹQ. yerya-
ᴺQ. !maitelë n. “skill, handicraft” ⇐ Q. maitë
ᴺQ. !maitië n. “hunger” ⇐ Q. maita [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. !mardaitë adj. “indoors, at home, homely, domestic” ⇐ Q. mar(da)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^mehar n. “gore” < ^ᴺ√MEKH « ᴱQ. mear
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^mehta- root. “to aim at” < ᴺ√MEK « ᴱQ. mekte-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^mehtë n. “mark, aim, object” < ᴺ√MEK « ᴱQ. met
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^meresta n. “intention” « ᴹQ. meneste
ᴺQ. !milla adj. “oily” < ^ᴺ√MILIG
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] millo (millu-) n. “oil” < ^ᴺ√MILIG
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] miquë n. “kiss” < ᴺ√MIKW
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] miquelë n. “kissing”miquë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] miru n. “wine”
ᴺQ. !muilima adj. “secretive” ⇐ ᴹQ. muile
ᴺQ. !narambo n. “bang, buffet” < ᴹ√(N)DAM
ᴺQ. !nelca adj. “dense” < !ᴺ√NDEL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] nelma n. “needle” < √NEL
ᴺQ. [Q.] nelya- v. “to thicken, congeal” < !ᴺ√NDEL
ᴺQ. !nista n. “thrust, push, shove” ⇐ √NID + ✶-dā
ᴺQ. !nómëa adj. “local” ⇐ Q. #nómë
ᴺQ. !nópata- v. “to precede, (lit.) to walk before” ⇐ Q. nó¹ + Q. pata-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^nornolassëa adj. “having oak-leaves” ⇐ Q. norno + Q. lassë + Q. #-a « ᴱQ. nornelassea
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^notwë n. “calculation, sum” « Q. nonwë
ᴺQ. !núlemo [ñ] n. “(evil) sorceror, black magician” ⇐ Q. núlë
ᴺQ. !nustaima adj. “odorous, (lit.) able to be smelled” ⇐ ᴹQ. nusta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] occa n. “knee” < !ᴺ✶okkā
ᴺQ. !ohtarië n. “martial ardour” ⇐ Q. ohtar
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^olanwa adj. “fully grown, adult, mature” ⇐ ᴹQ. ola- (perfective-participle) « ᴹQ. alanwa
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^olasta n. “growth” ⇐ ᴹQ. ola- + Q. #-sta² « ᴹQ. olaste
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] olorda adj. “drowsy; ⚠️dreamy, in dreams” < √(O)LOR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ondolë n. “(stone) monument; stone-cairn” ⇐ Q. ondo
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^ondova adj. “stony” ⇐ Q. ondo « ᴱQ. onwa
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] onin n. “anvil” < ᴹ√GONOD
ᴺQ. !orendë n. “(nuclear) family” ⇐ Q. o- + ^rendë
ᴺQ. !ortina adj. “risen” ⇐ Q. orta-² + Q. -ina
ᴺQ. !ovëanta- v. “to imitate, make like” ⇐ Q. ovéa
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] paimë n. “vengeance taken, punishment, penalty, infliction” < ᴺ√PAY
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] paimenë n. “vindictiveness, vengefulness, cruelty”paimë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] paimesta n. “chastisement”paimeta- + Q. #-sta²
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] paimeta- v. “to exact or inflict a penalty, punish”paimë + Q. -ta
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^paita- v. “to repay, requite, *avenge” < ᴺ√PAY « ᴱQ. paitya-
ᴺQ. !paitië v. “vengeance” ⇐ ^paita-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^palalassë n. “sycamore, (lit.) flat leaf” ⇐ √PAL + Q. lassë « ᴱQ. palapapte
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] palis n. “sward, green, lawn” < √PAL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] palo (palu-) n. “plane (surface), the flat, *level, flatness; ⚠️plain” < √PAL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^paltalda n. “palm tree” ⇐ Q. palta + Q. alda « ᴱQ. paltyalda
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^paluhta n. “table”palo « ᴱQ. palukta
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] paluva adj. “even, level, flat”palo
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] pantië n. “unfolding, opening, ⚠️revealing” ⇐ ᴹQ. panta-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] pio n. “plum, berry, cherry”
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] pipir- v. “to twirl, twizzle” < ᴺ√PIR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] pir- v. “to spin, *stir” < ᴺ√PIR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] pirin (pirind-) n. “thin rod, pin” < ᴺ√PIR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] pirindëa adj. “cylindrical”pirin
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] pirinumbë n. “cylinder (hollow)”pirin
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] poita- v. “to cleanse, *clean” < ᴹ√POY
ᴺQ. !poitië n. “(act of) cleaning, cleansing”poita- + Q. -ië² [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^quaista fraction. “one tenth” ⇐ Q. quain + Q. asta « Q. caista
ᴺQ. !quiril n. “spindle; [spinning] top, *whirligig” < ᴺ√KWIR
ᴺQ. !quirilda adj. “twirling, pirouetting” ⇐ !quiril
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quirmë n. “cream” < ᴺ√KWIR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quirna- v. “to stir, make spin” < ᴺ√KWIR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] rámaitë adj. “having wings, winged”
ᴺQ. !ranyaila adj. “wandering” ⇐ ᴹQ. ranya- (active-participle)
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] renda n. “related, of the same kin or clan” < ^ᴺ√RE(N)D
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^rendë n. “kinship, kin, kindred, clan” < ^ᴺ√RE(N)D « ᴱQ. rendi
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] rendo n. “cousin (m.), kinsman, *relative” < ^ᴺ√RE(N)D
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] rendolë n. “cousinship”rendo
ᴺQ. !réra adj. “sown” < √RED
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ressë n. “cousin (f.), kinswoman, *relative” < ^ᴺ√RE(N)D
ᴺQ. !ruimenya n. “fireside” ⇐ Q. ruimen + Q. -ya¹
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^saica- adj. “to be hungry” < ^ᴺ√SAYAK « ᴱQ. saita-
ᴺQ. !saicata- v. “to starve” < ^ᴺ√SAYAK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] saicë n. “hunger” < ^ᴺ√SAYAK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] saicelë adj. “famine”saicë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] saicelëa adj. “famished”saicelë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] saiqua adj. “hungry” < ^ᴺ√SAYAK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] saitya- adj. “to starve” < ^ᴺ√SAYAK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^salca- n. “to mow, scythe, mow down” < #ᴹ√SALAK « ᴱQ. silki-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^salcessë n. “harvest [product]” ⇐ ^salca- « ᴱQ. silkesse
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^salcima adj. “ready for cutting, *harvestable” ⇐ ^salca- « ᴱQ. silkima
ᴺQ. !salquenor n. “grassland, meadow” ⇐ ᴹQ. salqe + Q. nór
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^sapta n. “(delved) hole, pit; [ᴱQ.] grave” < ✶sapnā « Q. samna
ᴺQ. !satta- v. “to put, place” < √SAT [created by Tamas Ferencz]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] saunë n. “bath, small pool” < ^ᴺ√SOW
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sausa n. “bath water, hot water” < ^ᴺ√SOW
ᴺQ. !sesta- v. “to set, (lit.) to make rest (on)” < √SED
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] silmerána n. “gleaming moon, silver moon” ⇐ Q. silmë + Q. Rána
ᴺQ. !soicië n. “thirst” ⇐ Q. soica [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. !sona [þ] n. “pine” < ✶stona
ᴺQ. !sonanel [þ] n. “pine-needle” ⇐ !sona + nelma
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sornion n. “eyrie” ⇐ Q. soron
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sov- v. “to wash, *bathe” < ^ᴺ√SOW
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sovallë n. “washing, bathing, purification” < ^ᴺ√SOW
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] sovalwa adj. “cleansing, *purifying” < ^ᴺ√SOW
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] súcë [þ] n. “resinous tree, pine or fir” < ^ᴺ√THUK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^suhtë (suhti-) n. “resin, gum” < ^ᴺ√THUK « ᴱQ. sukte
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^suhtina adj. “resinous” ⇐ ^suhtë « ᴱQ. suksina
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tarqua- v. “to dry, preserve; to pickle” < ^ᴺ√TARKWA
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tarquina adj. and n. “salted, dried; salt meat”tarqua-
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^tel (teld-) n. “end” < √TEL « ᴹQ. tyel
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^telima adj. “final” ⇐ Q. #tel- + Q. -ima « ᴹQ. tyelima
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] telpilin n. “silver piece, *silver coin” ⇐ Q. telpë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] telumbë n. “mushroom” < √TELU
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^tenca n. “letter (epistola)” < ✶teknā « Q. tenna²
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ter- v. “to pierce” < ᴺ√TER
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^tintilië n. “sparkling, twinkling” ⇐ Q. tintila- « ᴱQ. tintele
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] ^tirista n. “*watch, guard” « ᴹQ. #tiriste
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^tirmë n. “steadfast regard, stare, *gaze” ⇐ √TIR + Q. #-më « ᴱQ. tirne
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] titinwë n. “small star, sparkle of dew” ⇐ Q. tinwë
ᴺQ. !tucië n. “drawing, pulling” ⇐ ᴹQ. tuk- (gerund)
ᴺQ. !tuluhta- v. “to support” < ᴹ√TULUK
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tuxa num. card. “hundred; ⚠️gross, 144”
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tyos (tyoss-) n. “cough” < ᴺ√TYOS
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^tyosta- v. “to cough” < ᴺ√TYOS « ᴱQ. tyosto-
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tyur- v. “to ‘turn’ milk, curdle (blood etc.)” < ᴺ√KYUR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tyurda adj. “curdled, *sour” < ᴺ√KYUR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] tyurmë n. “cheese” < ᴺ√KYUR
ᴺQ. !ulunda adj. “monstrous” ⇐ ᴹQ. ulundo
ᴺQ. !ulundië n. “monstrosity” ⇐ ᴹQ. ulundo
ᴺQ. !ú pusto adv. “immediately, at once, (lit.) without pause” ⇐ ᴹQ. pusta (genitive) [created by Tamas Ferencz]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] úrin adj. “(blazing) hot” < √UR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] urna n. “oven” < √UR
ᴺQ. !urruinië n. “conflagration” ⇐ Q. úrë + Q. ruinë
ᴺQ. [ᴹQ.] úruva adj. “fiery, [ᴱQ.] like fire” < √UR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] urwa adj. “on fire, afire” < √UR
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] us- [þ] v. “to escape, get out” < ^ᴺ√UTH
ᴺQ. !ustya- v. “to smoke (intr.)” < √USUK [created by Shihali]
ᴺQ. !usuhta- v. “to smoke (trans.)” < √USUK [created by Shihali]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] uswë [þ] n. “escape, issue, outlet” < ^ᴺ√UTH
ᴺQ. [Q.] vaina adj. “blonde, fair of hair”
ᴺQ. !varassë n. “cliff” < √BARAS
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^vembë n. “worm” < ^ᴺ√WEB « ᴱQ. wembe [created by NQNT]
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] venta n. “chin” < ^ᴺ√BENET
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^verina adj. “married” < ᴺ√BES « ᴱQ. verin
ᴺQ. [Q.] vesta- v. “to wed, [ᴱQ.] marry, join others in marriage; (refl.) to get married” < ᴺ√BES
ᴺQ. [Q.] vestalë n. “wedding”vesta-
ᴺQ. !véta- v. “to compare, liken” < ✶ [created by Fayanzār]
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^vinima adj. “childish” « Q. winima
ᴺQ. [Q.] ^vinimo n. “baby, little-one” « Q. †winimo
ᴺQ. !vorimyalë n. “monotony” ⇐ ᴹQ. vor(o)- + !imyalë
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] wanwa n. “great gale” < √
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] wel- v. “to boil, bubble” < ᴺ√(G)WEL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] welet n. “boil, tumor” < ᴺ√(G)WEL
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^welva adj. “boiling, bubbling” < ᴺ√(G)WEL « ᴱQ. welba
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^welvë n. “bubble” < ᴺ√(G)WEL « ᴱQ. welbe
ᴺQ. !yesta- v. “to begin” < *ᴺ√YESET
ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^yunquëa num. ord. “twelfth” ⇐ Q. yunquë « ᴱQ. yunqenya
ᴺQ. !yuquain num. card. “twenty” ⇐ Q. yu- + Q. quain
ᴺQ. !yuquain tuxa num. card. “one hundred twenty” ⇐ !yuquain + tuxa