A noun translated “soldier” and fully declined as an example of an (archaic) masculine Strong II noun (SD/437). The archaic form of this word is †naru which is a Strong II noun since it ends in a single short vowel. Its non-archaic form is narû, which is presumably declined as a Weak II noun; most masculine and feminine nouns became weak in Classical Adûnaic (SD/436). It may be related to the Primitive Elvish root √N(D)ER, as suggested by several authors (AAD/20, AL/Adûnaic, EotAL/NERE).
References ✧ SD/434, 437
|†narā̆t||dual; archaic-strong-dual||✧ SD/437|
|†naru-||objective; archaic-strong-objective||✧ SD/437|
|†narī||plural; archaic-strong-plural||✧ SD/437|
|†narīm||plural subjective; archaic-strong-plural||✧ SD/437|
|†narun||subjective; archaic-strong-subjective||✧ SD/437|