Ad. minal-târik “heavenly pillar”

Ad. minal-târik “heavenly pillar”

A non-objective that contrasts with the name Minul-târik “Pillar of Heaven” (SD/429). Since the phrase is not objective, it must be a genitive relationship, who meaning according to Tolkien was something like “a pillar in the sky, or made of cloud”.

Reference ✧ SD/429 ✧ minal-tārik “heavenly pillar”



minal “the heavens, sky” ✧ SD/429
târik “pillar, that which supports” ✧ SD/429 (tārik)