ᴹQ. Taltyelemna f. “*Silverfoot”
Quenya form of the name Celebrindal appearing only in The Etymologies of the 1930s where it was compound of tál “foot” and telemna “*silver (adjective)” (Ety/KYELEP). According to Carl Hostetter and Patrick Wynne, this name was actually written with the proper Quenya initial consonant ty- for “silver”, as opposed to Telerin t- (EtyAC/KYELEP).
Conceptual Development: The first Qenya form of the name was ᴱQ. Taltelepta, appearing in name lists from the 1910s (LT2/216), in one list along side the variant ᴱQ. Telpetalwi (PE13/104). In The Etymologies, it was first written Taltelepsa using the rejected adjective telepsa (Ety/KYELEP).
References ✧ Ety/KYELEP; EtyAC/KYELEP
ᴹQ. Taltelepsa f. “*Silverfoot”
Reference ✧ Ety/KYELEP
|telepsa||“of silver”||✧ Ety/KYELEP (telepsa)|
ᴱQ. Taltelepta f. “Silver Feet”
References ✧ LT2/216; LT2A/Talceleb; LT2I; PE13/104; PE15/27
|tala¹||“foot; bottom, lowest part”||✧ LT2A/Talceleb|
|telepta||“of silver”||✧ LT2A/Talceleb|