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TOK root. “non-resonant sounds”

TOK root. “non-resonant sounds”

The roots √TOK and √NOK appeared in a list of sound roots from 1959-60 as roots for “non-resonant sounds”, but with no derivatives (PE17/138). They are similar to earlier roots, such as ᴱ√OTO “knock” from the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s with derivatives like the verb ᴱQ. otto- “knock” but also ᴱQ. otso “7” (QL/71), as well as the root {ᴹ√TUN >>} ᴹ√TON “tap, knock, {touch (with the fingers)}” in the Quenya Verbal System of the 1940s with derived verb {ᴹQ. tun- >>} ᴹQ. ton- of the same meaning (PE22/103 and note #20).

References ✧ PE17/138, 168, 187

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ᴹ√TON root. “tap, knock”

See √TOK for discussion.

References ✧ PE22/103

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