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ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quámëa adj. “sick, *nauseous” (Category: Sick; Sickness)

ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] quámëa, adj. “sick, *nauseous” (Category: Sick; Sickness)
ᴱQ. naica² “stricken ill, sick”
ᴱQ. quamba “unwell, sick”
See ᴱQ. qámea for discussion.


ᴹQ. qáme “sickness”

ᴱQ. qámea adj. “sick” (Category: Sick; Sickness)

A word appearing as qāmea “sick” in Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s, an adjective form of ᴱQ. qáme “sickness, nausea” (QL/76).

Neo-Quenya: Since ᴹQ. qáme “sickness” appears in Tolkien’s later writings (Ety/KWAM), I would retain ᴺQ. quámëa for purposes of Neo-Quenya, but given the meaning of its noun form I would assume its primary meaning is “*nauseous”, as opposed to generally sick which would be [ᴺQ.] hlaiwa.

Reference ✧ QL/76 ✧ qāmea “sick”


qáme “sickness, nausea” ✧ QL/76 (qāme)
#-a “adjectival suffix” ✧ QL/76 (#-a)