N. Bannos m. “Mandos, Dread Imprisoner”

N. Bannos, m. “Mandos, Dread Imprisoner”

Noldorin name of Mandos appearing in The Etymologies from the 1930s as a combination of the roots ᴹ√MBAD and ᴹ√GOS (Ety/MBAD). His name was glossed as “Dread Imprisoner” (Ety/MBAD) and as rejected “Dread Doom” (EtyAC/MBAD). It might be considered a combination of bann “prison” and the lenited form of gost “terror”.

Conceptual Development: In the Gnomish Lexicon from the 1910s, his name was G. Bannoth or Bandoth (GL/18, 21).

References ✧ Ety/MBAD; EtyAC/MBAD

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bann “duress, prison”
gost “dread, terror”
ᴹ√(M)BAD “duress, prison, doom, hell; *judgement” strengthened ✧ Ety/MBAD (MBAD); EtyAC/MBAD (MBA(N)D)
ᴹ√GOS “dread” ✧ Ety/MBAD

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G. Bannoth loc. “Mandos”

References ✧ GG/8; GL/18, 21, 34, 45; LT1A/Mandos; PE14/12

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i·Mbandoth soft-mutation; mb-mutation ✧ GG/8

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