Q. vangwë n. “storm; blow” (Category: Storm)
A word for “storm” in notes from around 1957, derived from primitive ✶wagmē based on the root √WĀ as the “echoic” representation of the sound of wind (NM/237). In Quenya Notes (QN) from around the same time, Tolkien had vangwe (of the same basic derivation) with the gloss “blow” (PE17/34).
Neo-Quenya: For purposes of Neo-Quenya, I think the sense “storm” is more useful than “blow”.
References ✧ NM/237; PE17/34
|✶wagmē > vangwë||[wagmē] > [waŋmē] > [waŋgwē] > [βaŋgwē] > [βaŋgwe] > [vaŋgwe]||✧ NM/237|
|✶wagme > vangwe||[wagme] > [waŋme] > [waŋgwe] > [βaŋgwe] > [vaŋgwe]||✧ PE17/34|
References ✧ LT1A/Súlimo; QL/102
|ᴱ√GWĀ > ’wanwa||[gʷanwā] > [gʷanwa] > [wanwa]||✧ QL/102|