Q. plural-verbs grammar.

Q. plural-verbs grammar.
Examples (plural)
antar [← anta-] ✧ PE16/96
lantar [← lanta-] ✧ PE17/62
nár “are” [← ná-] ✧ PE22/166
nār [← ná-] ✧ VT49/9
nár “are/were” [← ná-] ✧ VT49/9
nár ←  ✧ VT49/30
ilkalannar “on ... gleaming” ← ilka active-participle allative ✧ MC/222
alar [← ala-¹] aorist ✧ PE17/132
avatyarir “*forgive” [← #avatyar-] aorist ✧ VT43/20
karir [← car-] aorist ✧ PE17/132
karir “form” [← car-] aorist ✧ WJ/391
lantar “fall” [← lanta-] aorist ✧ LotR/377
lantar “fall” [← lanta-] aorist ✧ RGEO/58
lantar “fall (pl.)” [← lanta-] aorist ✧ RGEO/58
nar [← ná-] aorist ✧ VT43/34
năr ← nā̆ aorist ✧ VT49/30
quetir “they ... say” [← quet-] aorist ✧ PE17/167
quetir [← quet-] aorist ✧ VT49/11
rikir “try” ← rike (aorist) aorist ✧ PE17/94
tintilar “tremble” [← tintila-] aorist ✧ LotR/377
tintilar “twinkle” ← tintila- aorist ✧ PE17/66
tintilar [← tintila-] aorist ✧ PM/364
tintilar “tremble” [← tintila-] aorist ✧ RGEO/58
tintilar “twinkle” [← tintila-] aorist ✧ RGEO/59
úcarer “*trespass” [← #úcar-] aorist ✧ VT43/21
úcarir “*trespass” [← #úcar-] aorist ✧ VT43/21
uir ← ui (aorist) aorist ✧ VT49/29
Valar “they have power” ← Vala (aorist) aorist ✧ WJ/403
avatyarirat “*forgive those” [← #avatyar-] aorist with-pl-object ✧ VT43/20
avatyaritar “*forgive those” [← #avatyar-] aorist with-pl-object ✧ VT43/20
avatyarilta “*forgive those” [← #avatyar-] aorist with-pl-object ✧ VT43/20
carires [← car-] aorist with-sg-object ✧ VT43/26
fantaner “cloaked” [← fanta-] past ✧ PE17/174
fantaner “veiled” [← fanta-] past ✧ PE17/175
nāner “were” [← ná-] past ✧ VT49/9
náner [← ná-] past ✧ VT49/10
nēr ←  past ✧ VT49/30
unduláver [← undulav-] past ✧ PE17/72
oronter “arose” [← orta-²] past strong-past ✧ PE21/77
avánier “have passed” [← auta-¹] perfect ✧ LotR/377
avāniër “have passed” [← auta-¹] perfect ✧ RGEO/58
avānier “have passed away (pl.)” [← auta-¹] perfect ✧ RGEO/58
vánier “have passed away” [← auta-¹] perfect augmentless ✧ PE17/63
vānier “have passed away” ← auta- perfect augmentless ✧ PE17/63
vánier “have departed” [← auta-¹] perfect augmentless ✧ PE17/63
vánier [← auta-¹] perfect augmentless ✧ RC/341
hárar “sit” [← har-] present ✧ UT/305
hárar “are sitting” [← har-] present ✧ UT/317
tintilar “sparkle, glitter” [← tintila-] present ✧ RGEO/61
naiquear “*[who] sin” [← #naiqua-] present ✧ VT43/34

Reference ✧ VT49/51 ✧ for example: -lme < ✶me, -lve < -lwe < ✶we, -lde < ✶de, -lte < ✶te/se

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ᴹQ. plural-verbs grammar.

Examples (plural)
lár [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126
lantar [← lanta-] ✧ PE21/58
lantar “fall” [← lanta-] ✧ PE21/63
nwalyar [← nwalya-] ✧ PE22/19
alar “grow” [← ala-] aorist ✧ PE22/116
ampanótar [← ampanóta-] aorist ✧ PE22/118
karir [← kar-] aorist ✧ PE22/99
karir [← kar-] aorist ✧ PE22/109
koitar “live” [← koita-] aorist ✧ PE22/125
ëar ← ëa aorist ✧ PE22/122
yér [← ye-] aorist ✧ PE22/123
lar “not” [← lá-] aorist ✧ PE22/127
lirur ← liru aorist ✧ PE22/116
menir “wish” [← men-] aorist ✧ PE22/118
mittar [← mitta-] aorist ✧ PE22/106
nemir [← nem-] aorist ✧ PE22/99
niñqityor ← niñqityo (infinitive) aorist ✧ PE22/117
olar “grow” [← ola-] aorist ✧ PE22/116
ólar “grow” [← ola-] aorist ✧ PE22/124
ortar [← orta-¹] aorist ✧ PE22/117
silir “shine” ← silë (aorist) aorist ✧ RS/324
telir “mean” [← tel-] aorist ✧ PE22/118
tulir [← tul-] aorist ✧ PE22/106
lalti “not ... them” [← lá-] aorist with-pl-object ✧ PE22/127
lalthi “not ... them” [← lá-] aorist with-pl-object ✧ PE22/127
menilti [← men-] aorist with-pl-object ✧ PE22/118
merilti [← mer-] aorist with-pl-object ✧ PE22/118
ndakilti “hate them” [← nak-¹] aorist with-pl-object ✧ PE22/112
nakilti [← nak-¹] aorist with-pl-object ✧ PE22/112
menilte “wish him” [← men-] aorist with-sg-object ✧ PE22/118
merilte “wish him” [← mer-] aorist with-sg-object ✧ PE22/118
karuvar [← kar-] future ✧ PE22/109
vár “shall be” [← ea-] future ✧ PE22/124
laituvar [← laita-] future ✧ SD/47
menuvar “will wish” [← men-] future ✧ PE22/118
meruvar “will wish” [← mer-] future ✧ PE22/118
tuluvar [← tul-] future ✧ PE22/106
lárá [← lá-] imperative ✧ PE22/106
tulirá [← tul-] imperative ✧ PE22/105
taltalyar “are [slipping down]” [← talta-] imperfect-participle ✧ PE22/115
karilthi “to make them (other things)” [← kar-] infinitive with-remote-pl-object ✧ PE22/118
karilte “to make it” [← kar-] infinitive with-sg-object ✧ PE22/118
karner [← kar-] past ✧ PE22/109
kenner “saw” [← #ken-] past ✧ PE22/124
ener [← ye-] past ✧ PE22/123
nér [← ye-] past ✧ PE22/123
láner “were not” [← lá-] past ✧ PE22/119
lantaner “fell” [← lanta-] past ✧ SD/246
lantaner “they-fell” [← lanta-] past ✧ SD/310
lantaner “they fell” [← lanta-] past ✧ VT24/7
mender “wished” [← men-] past ✧ PE22/118
merner “wished” [← mer-] past ✧ PE22/118
tatallaner “marveled” [← tatalla-] past ✧ PE22/108
lávanelti “were not going to” [← lá-] past-future with-pl-object ✧ PE22/127
lávate “will not .. it” [← lá-] past-future with-pl-object ✧ PE22/127
allávalti [← lá-] past-future with-pl-object ✧ PE22/127
lánevalti [← lá-] past-future with-pl-object ✧ PE22/127
káraner [← kar-] past-imperfect ✧ PE22/109
oianer “lived” [← oi-] past-imperfect ✧ PE22/125
ăkárier [← kar-] perfect ✧ PE22/109
amantier [← mat-] perfect ✧ PE22/104
kárier “they made” [← kar-] perfect augmentless ✧ LR/72
lantier “they-fell” [← lanta-] perfect augmentless ✧ SD/310
ullier “poured” [← ulya-] perfect strong-perfect ✧ LR/47
ullier “should flow” [← ulya-] perfect strong-perfect ✧ SD/247
ullier “they-should-flow” [← ulya-] perfect strong-perfect ✧ SD/310
ullier “should pour” [← ulya-] perfect strong-perfect ✧ VT24/7
amantielti [← mat-] perfect with-pl-object ✧ PE22/104
antar “they gave” [← anta-] present ✧ LR/72
kárar [← kar-] present ✧ PE22/109
kára “are ... making” [← kar-] present ✧ PE22/127
oiar “do live” [← oi-] present ✧ PE22/125
ólar “is ... growing” [← ola-] present ✧ PE22/116
káralti “are ... making them” [← kar-] present with-pl-object ✧ PE22/127

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