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KHOL² root. “crow, cry aloud”

KHOL² root. “crow, cry aloud”

A root appearing in Common Eldarin: Noun Structure from the early 1950s with the gloss “crow, cry aloud”, serving as the basis for primitive words for male and female chickens (PE21/82). It may be an later iteration of the early root ᴱ√HO(HO) “shout, scream” from the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s (QL/40), a primitive form that was mentioned again as ᴹ✶hō- “shout” in the Declension of Nouns from the early 1930s (PE21/39).

Reference ✧ PE21/82 ✧ KHOL “crow, cry aloud”

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ᴹ✶ n. “shout”

Reference ✧ PE21/38 ✧ hō- “shout”

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ᴱ√HO root. “shout, scream”

See √KHOL² for discussion.

References ✧ QL/40-41, 69

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