Q. raumo n. “(noise of a) storm” (Category: Storm)
A word for “storm” in the version of the Markirya poem from the 1960s (MC/222), more accurately “(noise of a) storm” (MC/223). It may be related to the root ᴹ√RAW “*roar”.
Conceptual Development: In the ᴱQ. Oilima Markirya poem from circa 1930, the word was ᴱQ. húro instead (MC/214), possibly related to ᴱN. huiriaith “gale” from the early root ᴱ√SURU (PE13/148). ᴱQ. laume “storm, overcast sky” from Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s is another possible precursor.
References ✧ MC/222-223