ᴱN. drauth n. “labour” (Category: Work, Labor)
A word appearing in the Gnomish Lexicon of the 1910s as the adjective G. drauth “weary, toilworn, tired”, related to G. drab “labour, toil” (GL/30). ᴱN. drauth also appeared in Early Noldorin Word-lists of the 1920s, where its gloss has a couple hard-to-read letters, but it seems to be the noun “labour” (PE13/142).
Neo-Sindarin: I’d retain this word for purposes of Neo-Sindarin based on the Neo-Root ᴺ√(D)RAP, but I’d use it with its 1910s meaning ᴺS. drauth “weary, toilworn, tired” since this is part of a more complete paradigm.
References ✧ PE13/142, 156
|#dhraust||soft-mutation; d-mutation||“work”||✧ PE13/156|
References ✧ GL/30; LT2A/Dhrauthodavros