ᴺS. [ᴱN.] ^eithela- v. “to spring, well forth, *issue forth” (Category: Spring, Well)
|S. eithel||“source, spring, well”|
A word in the Early Noldorin Dictionary of the 1920s given as an infinitive (and noun) eithlod “springing, welling forth”, simply a verb form of ᴱN. aithl “spring” (PE13/158). There was a similar verb G. aithla- “to spring from, bubble up, etc.” in the Gnomish Lexicon of the 1910s (GL/18), altered to aithlo- or aithl- in the Gnomish Lexicon Slips revising that document (PE13/108).
References ✧ PE13/158
|eithlod||infinitive||“springing, welling forth”||✧ PE13/158: inf.|
|eithlad||present||✧ PE13/158: pres.|
|aithl||“spring, fount, source”||✧ PE13/158|
References ✧ GL/18; PE13/108