Ad. Êru m. “God (the Omnipotent)”
The Adûnaic word for God (SD/432), the equivalent of Q. Eru, though Tolkien had not yet coined that name. In the conceptual development of this name, Tolkien first invented it as an Adûnaic word (SD/312), only later adding it to Quenya. In this revised scenario, it is likely that the Adûnaic word was a loan word from Elvish. See Ad. Amân for a similar development.
References ✧ SD/247, 249, 311, 341, 387, 432; SDI2/Eru
|eruvō||draft-genitive||“of God”||✧ SD/311|