Q. plural-nouns grammar.

Q. plural-nouns grammar.
Examples (plural)
Ainur “spirits” [← Ainu] ✧ Let/284
Ainur ← Ainu ✧ MRI/Ainur
ainur “Holy Ones” ← ainu ✧ PE17/149
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ PMI/Ainur
Ainur “Holy Ones” [← Ainu] ✧ S/15
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ SA/aina
Ainur “Holy Ones” ← Ainu ✧ SI/Ainur
Ainur ← Ainu ✧ WJI/Ainur
aldar “trees” [← alda] ✧ UT/167
amilessi “mother-names” [← #amilessë] ✧ MR/217
amilessi “mother-names” [← #amilessë] ✧ MR/470
Anessi “given (or added) names” [← anessë] ✧ MR/216
anessi ← anessë ✧ MR/470
arani “kings” [← aran] ✧ WJ/369
arani “kings” [← aran] ✧ WJ/369
asari [← asar] ✧ VT39/31
?asartar [← asarta] ✧ PE22/166
astar “months” [← asta] ✧ LotR/1108
Atani [← Atan] ✧ LotR/1034
Atani “Fathers of Men” [← Atan] ✧ LotR/1128
Atani [← Atan] ✧ LotRI/Atani
Atani [← Atan] ✧ LotRI/Edain
Atani [← Atan] ✧ LRI/Atani
Atani “Western Men, Fathers of Men” [← Atan] ✧ MR/7
Atani “Men” [← Atan] ✧ MRI/Atani
atani ← Atan ✧ PE17/18
atani “the Second, Second Kindred” ← Atan ✧ PE17/136
Atani “Father of Men” [← Atan] ✧ PE18/78
Atani [← Atan] ✧ PM/54
Atanni [← Atan] ✧ PM/54
Atani ← atan ✧ PM/324
Atani [← Atan] ✧ PMI/Atani
Atanni [← Atan] ✧ PMI/Atani
Atani “the Second People” [← Atan] ✧ S/103
Atani [← Atan] ✧ SA/atar
Atani “the Second People, Men” ← Atan ✧ SI/Atani
Atani [← Atan] ✧ UTI/Atani
Atani [← Atan] ✧ UTI/Edain
Atani “Men” [← Atan] ✧ WJ/219
Atani “Second Folk” [← Atan] ✧ WJ/386
Atan ← Atani (plural) ✧ WJ/386
Atani “Men; the Second, those coming next” ← Atan ✧ WJ/403
Atani “Second, Men” ← Atan ✧ WJI/Atani
Atani [← Atan] ✧ WRI/Atani
axani ← axan ✧ VT39/26
axani “rules, laws” [← axan] ✧ VT39/30
aksi ← akse ✧ PE17/92
axor “bones” ← axo ✧ MC/222
Kantar “Shapes” [← canta²] ✧ PE17/175
cantar “shapes” [← canta²] ✧ PE18/84
karkar “rocks” [← carca] ✧ MC/222
casāri ← †kazār ✧ PE17/45
casari ← casar ✧ PE17/45
Kasari/Kasāri ← Kasar ✧ WJ/388
Kasari ← Kasar ✧ WJI/Kasari
Kasari [← Casar] ✧ WJI/Khazâd
kelvar [← #celva] ✧ S/45
kelvar “animals, living things that move” [← #celva] ✧ SI/kelvar
kelvar “animals, all living things that move” [← #celva] ✧ WJ/341
kelvar “animals” [← #celva] ✧ WJI/kelvar
certar “runes” [← certa] ✧ Let/223
Certar “runes” [← certa] ✧ LotR/1117
Certar [← certa] ✧ LotRI/Certar
Certar [← certa] ✧ PE17/122
certar [← certa] ✧ PE22/149
certar [← certa] ✧ PE22/150
cirtar [← certa] ✧ PE22/150
certar “letters of the Sindarin alphabet” ← certa ✧ WJ/396
certar ← certa ✧ WJI/Cirth
kilmessi “self-names” [← #cilmessë] ✧ PM/339
kirinki [← #cirincë] ✧ UT/169
kirinki [← #cirincë] ✧ UTI/kirinki
kirya-queni ← kirya-quen ✧ WJ/407
koar “bodies” [← coa] ✧ PE17/175
koar “bodies” [← coa] ✧ PE17/177
#colindor “bearers” [← #colindo] ✧ LotR/953
coranári “sun-rounds, years” ← coranar ✧ PM/126
kuimar “creatures” [← #cuima] ✧ PE22/153
kuimar [← #cuima] ✧ PE22/155
ëalar “spirits” ← ëala ✧ MR/165
ëalar ← ëala ✧ MR/470
éli ← †él ✧ WJ/362
Eldar “High Elves” [← Elda] ✧ Let/198
Eldar “West-elves” [← Elda] ✧ LotR/1127
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ LotR/1137
Eldar “High Elves” [← Elda] ✧ LotRI/Eldar
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ LRI/Edhil
Eldar ← Elda ✧ MRI/Eldar
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ PE17/114
Eldar “Elves as a kind of people or all the Elves concerned” [← Elda] ✧ PE17/135
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE17/139
Eldar “Elves, the Elves, all Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE21/73
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE21/77
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ PM/29
Eldar ← Elda ✧ PMI/Eldar
Eldar “High Elves” [← Elda] ✧ RC/217
Eldar ← Elda ✧ RC/780
Eldar “People of the Stars” [← Elda] ✧ S/49
Eldar “People of the Stars” [← Elda] ✧ S/49
Eldar ← Elda ✧ SA/êl
Eldar “People of the Stars” [← Elda] ✧ SI/Eldar
Eldar “High Elves” [← Elda] ✧ SI/High Elves
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ TII/Eldar
Elda(r) [← Elda] ✧ UTI/Eldanna
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ UTI/Eldar
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ VT49/8
Eldar “Elves, the Elves, All Elves” [← Elda] ✧ VT49/8
Eldar ← Elda ✧ WJ/362
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ WJ/373
Eldar ← Elda ✧ WJ/374
Eldar ← Elda ✧ WJI/Eldar
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ WRI/Eldar
eleni “stars” [← elen] ✧ LotR/377
eleni ← elen ✧ PE17/12
eleni ← elen ✧ PE17/24
eldi ← elen ✧ PE17/25
eleni “stars” [← elen] ✧ PE17/56
eleni “stars” ← elen ✧ PE17/67
eldi ← elen ✧ PE17/67
eleni “stars” [← elen] ✧ PE17/91
eleni ← elen ✧ PE17/127
eleni ← elen ✧ PE17/151
eldi [← elen] ✧ PE17/151
eleni “stars” [← elen] ✧ RGEO/58
eleni “stars” [← elen] ✧ RGEO/59
eleni ← elen ✧ RGEO/65
eleni “stars” ← elen ✧ VT49/45
eleni ← elen ✧ WJ/362
eldi ← elen ✧ WJ/362
enquier ← enquië ✧ LotR/1107
equessi ← eques ✧ WJ/392
Equessi “Sayings” [← eques] ✧ WJ/398
Equeri [← eques] ✧ WJ/419
hróni [← hrón] ✧ MR/233
hróni ← hrón ✧ MR/471
essi “names” [← essë¹] ✧ MR/216
essi ← essë ✧ MR/470
essi “names” [← essë¹] ✧ PM/339
essi “given names” [← essë¹] ✧ UT/266
essi “names” [← essë¹] ✧ UTI/epessë
fairi “phantoms” ← fairë ✧ MC/221
fairi ← fairë ✧ MC/222
fanar “veils” [← fana] ✧ PE17/174
fanar [← fana] ✧ PE17/174
fanar “raiment” ← fana ✧ PE17/175
fanar ← fana ✧ PE17/176
fanar [← fana] ✧ PE17/176
fanar “physical raiment” [← fana] ✧ PE17/179
fanar ← fana ✧ RGEO/66
#fangar “beards” [← #fanga] ✧ PM/321
fanyar “clouds” [← fanya] ✧ LotR/377
fanyar “(white) clouds” ← fanya ✧ PE17/36
fanyar “(shining) clouds, clouds” [← fanya] ✧ PE17/69
fanyar [← fanya] ✧ PE17/76
fanyar “clouds” [← fanya] ✧ RGEO/58
fanyar “(white) clouds” [← fanya] ✧ RGEO/59
fëar ← fëa ✧ MR/218
fëar [← fëa] ✧ MR/361
fëar “spirits” [← fëa] ✧ MR/404
fëar ← fëa ✧ MR/470
fëar ← fëa ✧ PE17/124
hīn(i) [← hína] ✧ PE17/157
Híni “children” [← hína] ✧ PE21/83
híni “children” [← hína] ✧ SA/híni
Híni “Children” [← hína] ✧ SI/Children of Ilúvatar
hloni “sounds” [← hlón(a)] ✧ WJ/394
hröar ← hröa ✧ MR/219
hröar [← hroa] ✧ MR/304
hröar ← hröa ✧ MR/470
hrondor ← hrondo ✧ MR/219
hrondor [← hrondo] ✧ MR/233
hrondor ← hrondo ✧ MR/471
indemmar “mind-pictures” [← indemma] ✧ PE17/176
indemmar “mind-pictures” [← indemma] ✧ PE17/179
indemmar [← indemma] ✧ PE17/179
inwisti “changes of ‘mind-mood’” [← inwis] ✧ MR/216
inwisti [← inwis] ✧ MR/229
inwisti “mind-mood” [← inwis] ✧ MR/471
inwissi ← inwis ✧ PE17/191
lamni/lamani ← laman ✧ WJ/416
lambeteñgwi “consonants” [← #lambetengwë] ✧ VT39/16
larmar “raiment” [← #larma] ✧ PE17/175
lassi “leaves” [← lassë] ✧ Let/382
lassi “leaves” [← lassë] ✧ LotR/377
lassi ← lasse ✧ PE17/62
lassi [← lassë] ✧ PE17/76
lassī [← lassë] ✧ PE19/106
lassī ← lasse ✧ Plotz/11
lassi “leaves” [← lassë] ✧ RGEO/58
lassi “leaves” [← lassë] ✧ RGEO/58
leperi “fingers” [← leper] ✧ VT47/3
Leperi “fingers” [← leper] ✧ VT47/4
leperi ← leper ✧ VT47/10
leperi ← leper ✧ VT47/24
leperi ← leper ✧ VT48/5
lepetassi ← lepetas ✧ VT47/11
löar [← loa] ✧ MR/426
löar ← löa ✧ MR/471
lómelindi “dusk-singers, nightingales” [← lómelindë] ✧ MR/172
lómelindi “dusk-singers, nightingales” [← lómelindë] ✧ MR/471
lómelindi [← lómelindë] ✧ S/55
lómelindi [← lómelindë] ✧ SA/lin²
lómelindi [← lómelindë] ✧ SA/lómë
lómelindi “dusk-singers, nightingales” [← lómelindë] ✧ SI/lómelindi
lōni ← lōn ✧ PE17/137
lōni ← lōn ✧ PE17/137
lōni ← lōn ✧ VT48/28
lōni ← lōn ✧ VT48/28
lotti ← lotte ✧ PE17/160
lumbor “clouds” [← lumbo] ✧ MC/222
már ←  ✧ PE17/161
**mai “hands” ←  ✧ VT47/6
**már “hands” ←  ✧ VT47/6
mahalmar “thrones” [← mahalma] ✧ UT/305
Maiar [← Maia] ✧ LRI/Maiar
Maiar [← Maia] ✧ LT1I/Maiar
Maiar “The Beautiful” [← Maia] ✧ MR/49
Maiar “The Beautiful” [← Maia] ✧ MR/57
Maiar “The Beautiful” ← Maia ✧ MRI/Maiar
máyar [← Maia] ✧ PE17/124
Maiar [← Maia] ✧ PE17/163
Maiar [← Maia] ✧ PE17/174
Maiar [← Maia] ✧ PE17/175
Máyar [← Maia] ✧ PM/363
Máyar [← Maia] ✧ PM/364
Maiar [← Maia] ✧ PMI/Maiar
Maiar ← Maia ✧ SI/Maiar
Maiar ← Maia ✧ UTI/Maiar
Maiar ← Maia ✧ WJI/Maiar
maiwi “gulls” [← maiwë] ✧ MC/222
malinorni [← malinornë] ✧ PE17/80
malinorni ← malinornë ✧ UT/168
malinorni ← malinornë ✧ UTI/mallorn
mardi ← mar ✧ PE17/64
mardi ← mar ✧ PE17/64
martamni [← martan] ✧ PE17/107
meldor “lovers, friends” [← #meldo] ✧ WJ/412
naukor ← nauko ✧ PE17/45
naukondi ← naukon ✧ PE17/45
ñáva-tengwi “consonants” [← #náva-tengwë] ✧ VT39/8
ñávear “consonants” [← #návëa] ✧ VT39/8
neri “men” ← nér ✧ MR/213
neri [← nér] ✧ MR/226
neri ← nér ✧ MR/229
néri ← nér ✧ MR/471
nissi “women” ← nís ✧ MR/213
nissi [← nís] ✧ MR/226
nissi ← nís ✧ MR/229
nissi ← nís ✧ MR/471
nísi “*women” [← nís] ✧ VT43/31
#Noiri “tombs” [← #noirë] ✧ UT/166
nostari “parents” [← #nostar] ✧ Let/448
nostari [← #nostar] ✧ LotR/981
nostari “begetters” [← #nostar] ✧ PE17/111
nostari [← #nostar] ✧ SD/73
nótessi “numerals” [← #notessë] ✧ VT47/3
Notessi “numerals” [← #notessë] ✧ VT47/4
nútilli “under-points” ← nútil ✧ VT47/10
nyarnar “long epic tales” ← #nyarna ✧ PE17/163
ohloni ← ohlon ✧ VT39/9
Ólamar “consonants” [← #ólama] ✧ PE18/82
olozi/olori ← olos ✧ UT/396
olvar [← #olva] ✧ S/45
olvar “growing things with roots in the earth” [← #olva] ✧ SI/olvar
olvar “living things that grow in the earth” [← #olva] ✧ WJI/olvar
Ómar “Vowels” [← óma] ✧ PE18/83
Ómandi “Vowels” [← óman] ✧ PE18/83
ómatehtar “vowel-signs” [← #ómatehta] ✧ WJ/396
óma-tengwi “vowels” [← #óma-tengwë] ✧ VT39/8
ómateñgwi “vowels” [← #óma-tengwë] ✧ VT39/16
ondor “rocks” [← ondo] ✧ MC/222
onnar “children” [← onna] ✧ PM/391
Orkor [← orco] ✧ MR/74
Orkor [← orco] ✧ MR/194
Orkor “Orcs” [← orco] ✧ MRI/Orcs
Orkor [← orco] ✧ WJ/12
orkor ← orko ✧ WJ/390
orqui ← orko ✧ WJ/390
Orqui ← Orko ✧ WJI/Orc(s)
Orkor ← Orko ✧ WJI/Orc(s)
oromandi [← #oroman] ✧ PE16/96
oromandi “mountain dweller” [← #oroman] ✧ PE16/96
oromardi “lofty halls” [← oromar] ✧ LotR/377
oromardi [← oromar] ✧ PE17/63
oromardi “high-mansions” [← oromar] ✧ PE17/64
oromardi “lofty halls” [← oromar] ✧ RGEO/58
oro-mardi “high-halls” [← oromar] ✧ RGEO/58
ortilli “up-points” ← ortil ✧ VT47/10
ostimi “blends” [← #ostimë] ✧ VT39/9
palantíri “that which looks far away” [← palantír] ✧ LotR/597
palantíri ← Palantír ✧ LotRI/Palantír
Palantíri [← palantír] ✧ LRI/Palantíri
Palantíri [← palantír] ✧ MRI/Palantíri
palantíri ← palantír ✧ PE17/86
palantíri ← pálan-tìr ✧ PE17/86
palantíri [← palantír] ✧ PM/186
Palantíri [← palantír] ✧ PMI/Gwahaedir
Palantíri ← Palantir ✧ PMI/Palantir
Palantíri “Those that watch from afar” [← palantír] ✧ S/292
palantíri [← palantír] ✧ SA/palan
palantíri [← palantír] ✧ SA/tir
Palantíri “Those that watch from afar” [← palantír] ✧ SI/Palantíri
Palantíri “Seeing Stones” [← palantír] ✧ SI/Seeing Stones
palantíri ← palantír ✧ UTI/palantíri
patakar “consonants” [← #pataca] ✧ VT39/8
péti [← ] ✧ VT47/35
pempi “lips” [← #pempë] ✧ PE17/126
queni ← quēn ✧ WJ/361
queni “people, they” ← quén ✧ WJ/372
Quendi “Elves” [← Quendë] ✧ Let/176
Quendi “speakers” [← Quendë] ✧ LotR/1137
Quendi “Elves” [← Quendë] ✧ LotRI/Quendi
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ LT2I/Quendi
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ MRI/Quendi
Quendi ← Quende ✧ PE17/137
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ PE17/152
Quendi “Elves” [← Quendë] ✧ PE18/71
Quendi “Elves” [← Quendë] ✧ PE19/93
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ PM/29
Quendi “Elves” [← Quendë] ✧ PMI/Quendi
Quendi “Those that speak with voices” [← Quendë] ✧ S/49
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ SA/quen
Quendi “Those that speak with voices” [← Quendë] ✧ SI/Quendi
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ SMI/Quendi
Quendi “Elves” [← Quendë] ✧ UTI/Quendi
Quendi ← quende ✧ WJ/361
Quendi “Elves” ← Quende ✧ WJ/372
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ WJ/375
Quendi “speakers” [← Quendë] ✧ WJ/391
Quendi [← Quendë] ✧ WJI/Pendi
Quendi “Elves” ← Quende ✧ WJI/Quendi
quettar “words” [← quetta] ✧ WJ/391
rámar “wings” [← ráma] ✧ LotR/377
rámar “wings” [← ráma] ✧ MC/222
rámar ← rāma ✧ PE17/63
rāmar “wings” [← ráma] ✧ RGEO/58
rāmar “wings” [← ráma] ✧ RGEO/58
rangar “full paces” ← ranga ✧ UT/285
rokkor “horses” [← rocco] ✧ PE21/78
rokkor “horses” [← rocco] ✧ PE22/166
lucandor “*debtors, those who trespasses” [← #lucindo] ✧ VT43/20
lucindor “*debtors, those who trespasses” [← #lucindo] ✧ VT43/20
rohtar “*debts, trespasses” [← #rohta] ✧ VT43/19
luhtar “*debts, trespasses” [← #luhta] ✧ VT43/19
rusqui ← rusko ✧ VT41/10
sámar “minds” ← sáma ✧ VT39/23
sarati ← sarat ✧ WJ/396
Sindeldi “Grey-elves” ← Sindel ✧ WJ/384
Sindeldi “Grey-elves” [← Sindel] ✧ WJ/410
Sindeldi “Sindar” ← Sindel ✧ WJI/Sindel
sundar “roots” [← sundo] ✧ UT/166
táli [← tál] ✧ PE16/96
talami ← talan ✧ PE17/52
taltilli ← taltil ✧ VT47/10
arkanwar “*thrones” [← tarhanwa] ✧ PE22/147
tauri “forests” [← taurë] ✧ MC/222
tauvar “*endure” [← #tauva-] ✧ PE22/147
tehtar “signs” [← tehta] ✧ LotR/1118
tehtar ← tehta ✧ LotR/1121
tehtar [← tehta] ✧ VT39/8
tehtar “marks” [← tehta] ✧ VT39/17
tellumar “vaults” [← telluma] ✧ LotR/377
tellumar “vaults” ← telluma ✧ PE17/66
tellumar “vaults” [← telluma] ✧ RGEO/58
tellumar “domes” [← telluma] ✧ RGEO/58
témar “series” [← téma] ✧ LotR/1118
tengwar “letters” [← tengwa] ✧ Let/223
Tengwar “letters” [← tengwa] ✧ LotR/1117
Tengwar [← tengwa] ✧ LotRI/Tengwar
tengwar “letters” [← tengwa] ✧ MRI/tengwar
tengwar ← tengwa ✧ PE17/122
tengwar ← tengwa ✧ PE22/149
tengwar [← tengwa] ✧ PE22/149
Tengwar [← tengwa] ✧ RSI/Tengwar
teñgwar ← teñgwa ✧ VT39/17
tengwar ← tengwa ✧ WJ/396
tengwar ← tengwa ✧ WJ/396
tengwi “signs” ← tengwe ✧ VT39/4
tengwi “signs” ← tengwe ✧ VT39/5
tengwi [← tengwë] ✧ VT39/8
teñgwi ← teñgwe ✧ VT39/16
teñgwi [← tengwë] ✧ VT39/16
tengwi ← tengwe ✧ WJ/394
tengwi “signs” [← tengwë] ✧ WJ/395
tilli “tips, points” ← tille ✧ VT47/10
tilli “toes” ← tille ✧ VT47/26
tinwi “sparks” ← tinwë ✧ MR/388
tinwi ← tinwë ✧ MR/471
tinwi “apparent stars, sparks” ← tinwe ✧ PE17/22
úcarindor “*sinners” [← #úcarindo] ✧ VT43/33
naicor “*sinners” [← #naico] ✧ VT43/33
naici “*sinners” [← #naico] ✧ VT43/34
naicandor “*sinners” [← #naicando] ✧ VT43/33
ulcarindor “*sinners” [← #ulcarindo] ✧ VT43/33
umbari ← umbar ✧ PE17/104
únati ← únat ✧ VT39/26
urqui ← urko ✧ WJ/390
Urqui ← Urko ✧ WJI/Urko
Urulóki “fire-drakes” [← urulócë] ✧ S/116
Urulóki [← urulócë] ✧ SA/lok
Urulóki [← urulócë] ✧ SA/ur
Urulóki “fire-serpent” [← urulócë] ✧ SI/Urulóki
Urulóki “fire-drakes” [← urulócë] ✧ WJ/46
Urulóki ← Urulókë ✧ WJI/Urulókë
Valar “powers, gods” [← Vala] ✧ Let/146
Valar “the Powers, Authorities” [← Vala] ✧ Let/193
Valar “the Powers, Lords of the West, gods” [← Vala] ✧ Let/198
Valar “powers, rulers” [← Vala] ✧ Let/284
Valar “angelic governors” [← Vala] ✧ Let/354
Valar “angelic Guardians” [← Vala] ✧ Let/387
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ LotR/1110
Valar “Authorities” [← Vala] ✧ LotRI/Valar
Valar “those with powers, the Powers, (more strictly) the Authorities” [← Vala] ✧ MR/350
Valar ← Vala ✧ MRI/Valar
Valar ← Vala ✧ PE17/48
Vali [← Vala] ✧ PE17/74
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PE17/88
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PE17/174
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PE17/175
Valar ← Vala ✧ PMI/Valar
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ S/25
Valar ← val- (prefix) ✧ SA/val
Valar “Those with Power, the Powers” ← Vala ✧ SI/Valar
Valar “ruling powers of Arda” ← Vala ✧ UTI/Valar
Valar “Powers” ← Vala ✧ WJ/403
Valar [← Vala] ✧ WJ/404
Valar ← Vala ✧ WJI/Valar
vanimar “beautiful ones” [← vanima²] ✧ Let/448
vanimar [← vanima²] ✧ LotR/981
vanimar “fair ones” [← vanima²] ✧ PE17/111
wilyar [← vilya] ✧ PE16/96
wingildi [← #wingil] ✧ PE16/96
yéni “long years” [← yén] ✧ LotR/377
Yéni “years” [← yén] ✧ LotR/377
yéni “long-years” [← yén] ✧ LotR/1115
yéni “long years” ← yén ✧ PE17/62
yéni ← yēn ✧ PE17/62
yēni “long years” [← yén] ✧ RGEO/58
Yēni “long years” [← yén] ✧ RGEO/58
yēni “years (long Elvish years)” [← yén] ✧ RGEO/58
Yēni “Years” [← yén] ✧ RGEO/58
yéni “*ages” [← yén] ✧ VT44/36
yuldar “draughts” [← yulda¹] ✧ LotR/377
yuldar ← yulda ✧ PE17/63
yuldar “draughts” [← yulda¹] ✧ PE17/63
yuldar “draughts” [← yulda¹] ✧ RGEO/58
yuldar “draughts” [← yulda¹] ✧ RGEO/58
arca·ndemmar “*our petitions” [← #arcandë] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT44/8
anarcandemman [← #arcandë] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT44/8
mastammar “*our bread” [← masta] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT43/11
rohtammar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #rohta] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT43/19
luhtammar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #luhta] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT43/19
luciemmar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #lucië] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT43/19
lucassemmar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #lucassë] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT43/19
úcaremmar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #úcarë] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ✧ VT43/19
rocindillomman “*[from our] debtors, those who trespasses” [← #rocindë] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ablative possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
rucindillomman “*[from our] debtors, those who trespasses” [← #rocindë] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ablative possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
lucandollommar [← #lucindo] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ablative possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
lucindillomman [← #lucindo] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss ablative possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
sangiessemman “*in our necessities” [← #sangië] 1st-pl-exclusive-poss locative possessive-second ✧ VT44/8
Hildinyar “my heirs” [← #hildë] 1st-sg-poss ✧ LotR/967
Hildinyar “my heirs” ← hildi 1st-sg-poss ✧ PE17/103
hildinyar [← #hildë] 1st-sg-poss ✧ PE22/147
nassentar “their true-being” [← nassë] 3rd-pl-poss ✧ PE17/174
nassentar “their true-being” [← nassë] 3rd-pl-poss ✧ PE17/175
mánte ←  3rd-pl-poss irregular ✧ PE17/161
símaryassen “in their imagination” [← síma] 3rd-pl-poss locative colloquial-possessive ✧ VT49/16
híniryannar “*to his children” [← hína] 3rd-sg-poss allative ✧ VT44/35
elenillor “[from] the stars” [← elen] ablative ✧ MC/222
lassellon ← lasse ablative ✧ Plotz/19
raxellor “*from dangers” [← #raxë] ablative ✧ VT44/9
raxalellor [← #raxë] ablative ✧ VT44/9
lucandollor [← #lucindo] ablative ✧ VT43/20
ambonnar “upon ... hills” [← ambo] allative ✧ MC/222
lassennar ← lasse allative ✧ Plotz/15
mindoninnar “upon ... towers” [← mindon] allative ✧ MC/222
mindonnar [← mindon] allative ✧ MC/222
hínin “*to children” [← hína] dative ✧ VT44/35
hinin [← hína] dative ✧ VT44/35
lassin ← lasse dative ✧ Plotz/16
main ←  dative ✧ PE17/161
fintaler “tricks” [← #fintalë] er-plural ✧ PE17/119
lámatyáver ← lámatyávë er-plural ✧ MR/216
lámatyáver ← lámatyávë er-plural ✧ MR/471
lotser ← lotse er-plural ✧ PE17/160
Nasser “Natures” [← nassë] er-plural ✧ PE17/175
tier “paths” [← tië] er-plural ✧ LotR/377
tier “ways” [← tië] er-plural ✧ PE17/72
tiër ← tië er-plural ✧ PE17/72
tier [← tië] er-plural ✧ PE17/76
tiër “paths” [← tië] er-plural ✧ RGEO/58
tiër “roads” [← tië] er-plural ✧ RGEO/59
tier “roads, paths” [← tië] er-plural ✧ VT39/20
tyeller “grades” [← tyellë] er-plural ✧ LotR/1118
Valier [← Valië] er-plural ✧ MR/201
Valier “Queens of the Valar” [← Valië] er-plural ✧ MRI/Valier
Valier “Queens of the Valar” [← Valië] er-plural ✧ S/25
Valier “Queens of the Valar” ← Valië er-plural ✧ SI/Valier
Valier “Queens of the Valar” [← Valië] er-plural ✧ UTI/Nienna
Valier “Queens of the Valar” [← Valië] er-plural ✧ UTI/Varda
Valier “Queens of the Valar” [← Valië] er-plural ✧ UTI/Yavanna
Valier ← Valië er-plural ✧ WJI/Valier
quender [← Quendë] fem ✧ MR/229
quendir [← Quendë] fem ✧ MR/229
quender/quendir ← quende/quendi (fem) fem ✧ MR/471
aldaron “of trees” [← alda] genitive ✧ LotR/377
aldăron ← alda genitive ✧ PE17/63
aldaron “of trees” ← alda genitive ✧ PE17/136
aldaron “of trees” [← alda] genitive ✧ RGEO/58
aldaron “trees-of” [← alda] genitive ✧ RGEO/58
aldaron “of trees” ← alda genitive ✧ RGEO/65
aranion [← aran] genitive ✧ LotR/864
aranion [← aran] genitive ✧ LotRI/Asëa aranion
aranion “of the Kings” [← aran] genitive ✧ PE17/49
aranion “of the Kings” [← aran] genitive ✧ PE17/100
koaron “of bodies” [← coa] genitive ✧ PE17/174
Cormaron “of ... rings” [← #corma] genitive ✧ PBL/1
Eldaron [← Elda] genitive ✧ PE21/77
Eldaron “of the Eldar” [← Elda] genitive ✧ PM/395
Eldaron “of the Eldar” [← Elda] genitive ✧ PM/403
Eldaron “of the Eldar” [← Elda] genitive ✧ WJ/368
Eldaron “of the Eldar” [← Elda] genitive ✧ WJ/369
Elenion “of Stars” [← elen] genitive ✧ Let/385
Elenion [← elen] genitive ✧ LotR/720
elenion [← elen] genitive ✧ LotR/915
elenion “of the ... stars” [← elen] genitive ✧ PE17/56
elenion “among the stars” [← elen] genitive ✧ PE17/57
elenion “among stars” [← elen] genitive ✧ PE17/90
elenion “of stars” [← elen] genitive ✧ PE17/91
elenion [← elen] genitive ✧ PE17/101
elenion “of stars” ← elen genitive ✧ VT49/45
Lambion “of tongues” [← lambë] genitive ✧ PE18/8
Lambion “of Tongues” [← lambë] genitive ✧ PE18/71
lassion ← lasse genitive ✧ Plotz/13
lassio “of leaves” ← lasseo (genitive) genitive ✧ WJ/407
lassion “of leaves” ← lasseo (genitive) genitive ✧ WJ/407
máron ←  genitive ✧ PE17/161
Maiaron [← Maia] genitive ✧ PE17/175
million “of ... rings” [← #millë] genitive ✧ DTS/54
nínaron “*women” [← nís] genitive ✧ VT43/31
#nómion [← #nómë] genitive ✧ WJ/206
Periandion “*of Hobbits” [← #Perian] genitive ✧ VT49/40
Quendion “of the Elves” [← Quendë] genitive ✧ PM/395
tasarion ← tasarë genitive ✧ SA/tathar
Valion [← Vala] genitive ✧ MR/18
Valaron [← Vala] genitive ✧ PE17/175
Valaron “*of the Valar” [← Vala] genitive ✧ PE22/147
yénion “*of ages” [← yén] genitive ✧ VT44/36
esseron “of ... names” [← essë¹] genitive er-plural ✧ VT42/17
Wenderon “*of virgins” ← Wende genitive er-plural ✧ VT44/18
koainen “with bodies” [← coa] instrumental ✧ PE17/174
fanainen “in fanar (veils)” [← fana] instrumental ✧ PE17/174
fanainen “in fanar” [← fana] instrumental ✧ PE17/175
lassī́nen [← lassë] instrumental ✧ PE19/106
lassínen ← lasse instrumental ✧ Plotz/14
ómainen “with voices” [← óma] instrumental ✧ WJ/391
rámainen “on wings” [← ráma] instrumental ✧ MC/222
kelumessen “in [the] flowing” ← kelume locative ✧ MC/222
lassessen ← lasse locative ✧ Plotz/17
lúmissen “at the times” [← lúmë¹] locative ✧ VT49/47
mahalmassen “on the thrones” [← mahalma] locative ✧ UT/305
mahalmassen ← mahalma locative ✧ UT/317
quendor [← Quendë] masc ✧ MR/229
quendur [← Quendë] masc ✧ MR/229
quendor/quendur ← quendo/quendu (masc) masc ✧ MR/471
Eldaiva “of the Eldar” [← Elda] possessive-adjectival ✧ WJ/369
Eldaiva “Elves’” ← Eldava (possessive-adjectival) possessive-adjectival ✧ WJ/407
Eldaive “of the Eldar” [← Elda] possessive-adjectival adj-agreement ✧ WJ/369
lassis ← lasse s-case ✧ Plotz/18
-eldi ← -el (suffix) suffix ✧ WJ/364
-híni ← -hin (suffix) suffix ✧ WJ/403

Reference ✧ PE21/77

Elements

er-plural

Element In


ᴹQ. plural-nouns grammar.

Examples (plural)
Ainur ← Ainu ✧ Ety/AYAN
Ainur “holy ones” [← Ainu] ✧ LR/156
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ LRI/Ainur
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ SMI/Ainur
aldar “trees” [← alda] ✧ PE22/116
aldar “trees” [← alda] ✧ PE22/124
aldar “trees” [← alda] ✧ PE22/125
Alphírimor “Immortals” [← Alfírimo] ✧ PE22/124
andondi ← andon ✧ Ety/AD
angwi ← ango ✧ Ety/ANGWA
Angwi [← ango] ✧ PE22/124
annar “gifts” [← anna] ✧ LR/72
annar “gifts” [← anna] ✧ LR/72
harni ← haran ✧ Ety/ƷAR
harni ← haran ✧ EtyAC/ƷARA
ari ← are ✧ Ety/AR¹
atani “men” [← Atan] ✧ PE22/125
atari ← atar ✧ Ety/ATA
[kalm]i [← kalma] ✧ PE21/52
kiryai [← kirya] ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]ali [← kirya] ✧ PE21/46
kiryai [← kirya] ✧ PE21/53
ëari “seas” [← ear] ✧ LR/47
eari “seas” [← ear] ✧ LR/56
eari “seas” [← ear] ✧ LR/72
ëari “seas” [← ear] ✧ SD/247
ëari “seas” [← ear] ✧ SD/310
Eldar “those that departed” [← Elda] ✧ LR/169
Eldar “Star-folk” [← Elda] ✧ LR/169
Eldar “those that departed” [← Elda] ✧ LR/181
Eldar “The Departing” [← Elda] ✧ LR/197
Eldar “Star-folk” [← Elda] ✧ LR/212
Eldar “Departing” [← Elda] ✧ LR/218
Eldar “Star-folk” [← Elda] ✧ LR/218
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ LRI/Eldar
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ PE18/24
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE21/57
Eldar “(the) elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE21/57
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE22/124
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE22/125
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ SD/401
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ SDI2/Eldar
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ SDI2/Eledâi
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ SDI2/Nimrî
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ SMI/Eldar
Eleni “stars” ← Elen ✧ RS/324
ennor “persons” [← enno] ✧ PE22/124
falmarindi ← falmarin ✧ Ety/PHAL
ferni ← ferne ✧ Ety/BERÉTH
ferni ← ferne ✧ Ety/PHER
filiki ← filit ✧ Ety/PHILIK
filiki [← filit] ✧ PE21/56
fioni ← fion ✧ Ety/PHI
fiondi ← fion ✧ Ety/PHI
firi ← fire ✧ Ety/PHIR
quantiéni [← qantien] ✧ PM/127
hendi ← hen ✧ Ety/KHEN-D-E
homuli [← hón] ✧ PE21/52
hwandi ← hwan ✧ Ety/SWAD
inderi ← indis ✧ EtyAC/NDIS
indissi ← indis ✧ EtyAC/NDIS
istili [← istya] ✧ PE21/13
istili [← istya] ✧ PE21/13
kaimasambi ← kaimasan ✧ Ety/STAB
lamni [← laman] ✧ PE21/28
lamnuli [← laman] ✧ PE21/28
langwi ← lango ✧ Ety/LANK
lassi [← lasse] ✧ PE21/47
lassí- [← lasse] ✧ PE21/53
lestoli [← lesto] ✧ PE21/12
lestuli [← lesto] ✧ PE21/12
lopotundi [← lopotundo] ✧ PE21/31
mirilli ← miril ✧ Ety/MBIRIL
Napannar “additional letters” [← #napanna] ✧ PE22/16
Napannar “additional letters” [← #napanna] ✧ PE22/61
na-súrimar “aspirates” [← #na-súrima] ✧ PE18/30
nelki ← nelet ✧ Ety/NÉL-EK
nélkī “teeth” [← nelet] ✧ PE19/58
nelki [← nelet] ✧ PE21/56
neltildi “triangle” [← neltil] ✧ Ety/NEL
neltildi ← neltil ✧ Ety/TIL
nengwi ← nengwe ✧ Ety/NEÑ-WI
neri ← nér ✧ Ety/DER
neri [← nér] ✧ PE21/52
niksi “fish” [← nikse] ✧ PE22/125
nissi ← nis ✧ Ety/NĪ¹
nissi ← nisse ✧ Ety/NĪ¹
nissi ← nis ✧ Ety/NIS
nissi ← nis ✧ EtyAC/NDIS
[← nis] ✧ PE21/8
nówi ←  ✧ Ety/NOWO
Okamnar “diphthongs” [← okamna] ✧ PE18/32
samnar “diphthongs” [← #samna²] ✧ Ety/SAM
osamnar [← #samna²] ✧ VT44/13
Ólamar “consonants” [← #ólama] ✧ PE18/30
Ómaisi “voiced” [← #ómaise] ✧ PE18/30
omandi ← óman ✧ Ety/OM
Ómandi “vowels” [← óman] ✧ PE18/32
ómataimar “vocalic extensions” [← ómataima] ✧ PE18/52
ondor [← ondo] ✧ PE21/58
ondor “rocks” [← ondo] ✧ PE21/63
ontari [← ontaro] ✧ SD/73
orqi ← orko ✧ Ety/ÓROK
orqui “goblins” ← ork ✧ LR/406
oronti ← oron ✧ Ety/ÓROT
parmai [← parma] ✧ PE21/60
parmar [← parma] ✧ PE22/46
peltaksi ← peltas ✧ Ety/PEL
peltaksi ← peltas ✧ Ety/TAK
pilindi ← pilin ✧ Ety/PÍLIM
polili [← pole] ✧ PE21/13
Puntar “stops” [← punta] ✧ PE18/30
queletsi ← qelet ✧ Ety/KWEL
qari ← qár ✧ Ety/KWAR
Quendi “Elves” [← Qende] ✧ LR/119
Qendi “Elves” [← Qende] ✧ LR/168
Quendi “Elves” [← Qende] ✧ LR/212
Quendi “Elves” [← Qende] ✧ LRI/Qendi
Qendi [← Qende] ✧ MRI/Quendi
Qendi “Elves” [← Qende] ✧ PE18/23
Quendi “Light-elves” [← Qende] ✧ SM/85
Quendi [← Qende] ✧ SM/86
Qendi [← Qende] ✧ SMI/Quendi
Qendi [← Qende] ✧ TII/Qendi
rávi ←  ✧ Ety/RAW
ranqi ← ranko ✧ Ety/RAK
sardi ← sar ✧ Ety/SAR
selli ← seler ✧ Ety/THEL
sorni ← sorne ✧ Ety/THOR
sorni “Eagles” [← soron] ✧ SD/290
Sorni “Eagles” [← soron] ✧ SD/290
Soroni [← soron] ✧ SD/290
sundómar [← sundóma] ✧ PE18/52
Suryar “spirants” [← surya] ✧ PE18/30
talami ← talan ✧ Ety/TAL
tári ← tár ✧ Ety/TĀ
tarassi “hills” [← taras] ✧ PE22/125
tehtar “marks” ← tehta ✧ PE22/11
tyeldi ← tyel ✧ Ety/KYEL
telqui ← telko ✧ Ety/TÉLEK
telkuli [← telko] ✧ PE21/12
telkoi [← telko] ✧ PE21/53
tengwar [← tengwa] ✧ SDI2/tengwar
Tengwar [← tengwa] ✧ TII/Tengwar
toksi [← ] ✧ PE21/40
tolli ← tol ✧ Ety/TOL²
torni ← toron ✧ Ety/TOR
tunduli [← tundo] ✧ PE21/8
tundoli [← tundo] ✧ PE21/8
tyalie [← tyalie] ✧ PE21/47
Amballi “the Three Fates” [← umbar] ✧ PE21/33
úvanimor [← úvanimo] ✧ Ety/GŪ
úvanimor “monsters” [← úvanimo] ✧ Ety/UGU
Úvanimor [← úvanimo] ✧ LRI/Úvanimor
Úvanimor [← úvanimo] ✧ MRI/Úvanimor
Valar ← Vala ✧ Ety/BAL
Vali ← Vala ✧ Ety/BAL
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ LR/110
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ LR/161
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ LR/204
Valar [← Vala] ✧ LRI/Valar
Valar [← Vala] ✧ RSI/Valar
Valar “gods” [← Vala] ✧ SD/305
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ SD/401
Valar [← Vala] ✧ SDI2/Avalôi
Valāi [← Vala] ✧ SDI2/Valāi
Valar [← Vala] ✧ SDI2/Valāi
Valar [← Vala] ✧ SDI2/Valar
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ SM/78
Valar “Powers” [← Vala] ✧ SM/263
Valar [← Vala] ✧ SMI/Valar
Valar [← Vala] ✧ WRI/Valar
vāni ← vān ✧ Ety/WA-N
Vanimor “The Beautiful” ← Vanimo ✧ Ety/BAN
vanimor “fair folk” [← Vanimo] ✧ Ety/UGU
vanimor [← Vanimo] ✧ EtyAC/ƷŪ
Vanimor “The Beautiful” [← Vanimo] ✧ LR/110
Vanimor “The Beautiful” [← Vanimo] ✧ LR/403
Vanimor [← Vanimo] ✧ LRI/Vanimor
Vanimor “The Beautiful” [← Vanimo] ✧ MR/57
Vanimor “The Beautiful” [← Vanimo] ✧ MRI/Vanimor
Vanimor “The Fair” [← Vanimo] ✧ SM/293
Vanimor “The Fair” [← Vanimo] ✧ SMI/Vanimor
veanēri [← veaner²] ✧ PE21/31
wilwarindi ← wilwarin ✧ Ety/WIL
Wingildi ← wingil ✧ Ety/WIG
yéni ← yén ✧ Ety/YEN
hildinyar “my heirs” [← #hilde] 1st-sg-poss ✧ SD/56
[kalm]illon [← kalma] ablative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]ullon [← kalma] ablative ✧ PE21/52
kallon [← kas¹] ablative ✧ PE21/22
karillon [← kas¹] ablative ✧ PE21/22
kallon [← kas¹] ablative ✧ PE21/22
kiryalillon [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE21/4
[kiry]allon [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE21/8
[kiry]alillo [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE21/8
kiryallon [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alinde(n) [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE21/46
kiryallon [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE21/53
holmon [← hón] ablative ✧ PE21/23
homillon [← hón] ablative ✧ PE21/23
ildumalillon [← ilduma] ablative ✧ PE21/4
ildumaika [← ilduma] ablative ✧ PE21/43
ildumaihta [← ilduma] ablative ✧ PE21/43
untamolillon [← untamo] ablative ✧ PE21/5
lamnillon [← laman] ablative ✧ PE21/28
lamullon [← laman] ablative ✧ PE21/28
lassillon [← lasse] ablative ✧ PE21/6
lassellon [← lasse] ablative ✧ PE21/6
lasselillon [← lasse] ablative ✧ PE21/6
lassinden [← lasse] ablative ✧ PE21/47
lassenden [← lasse] ablative ✧ PE21/47
lassellon [← lasse] ablative ✧ PE21/53
[leps]illon [← let] ablative ✧ PE21/26
[lind]illon [← linde²] ablative ✧ PE21/10
málon [← †má²] ablative ✧ PE21/38
mallon [← †má²] ablative ✧ PE21/38
mallon [← mál] ablative ✧ PE21/24
mallinden [← malle] ablative ✧ PE21/45
nerillon [← nér] ablative ✧ PE21/20
nellon [← nér] ablative ✧ PE21/20
nerden [← nér] ablative ✧ PE21/52
niellon [← nie] ablative ✧ PE21/6
ondolillon [← ondo] ablative ✧ PE21/5
[ond]ollon [← ondo] ablative ✧ PE21/8
[ondo]lillo [← ondo] ablative ✧ PE21/8
qendillon [← Qen] ablative ✧ PE21/25
qendyon [← Qen] ablative ✧ PE21/25
sutyon [← sút] ablative ✧ PE21/24
talillon [← tál] ablative ✧ PE21/21
tallon [← tál] ablative ✧ PE21/21
tárilillon [← tári] ablative ✧ PE21/14
pelkollon [← telko] ablative ✧ PE21/48
telkollon [← telko] ablative ✧ PE21/53
[tund]ullon [← tundo] ablative ✧ PE21/11
tyalienden [← tyalie] ablative ✧ PE21/47
verŭlillon [← veru¹] ablative ✧ PE21/15
[veru]lillo [← veru¹] ablative ✧ PE21/15
yakillon [← yat²] ablative ✧ PE21/24
yatyon [← yat²] ablative ✧ PE21/24
yellon [← yé²] ablative ✧ PE21/40
yellon [← yé²] ablative ✧ PE21/40
[kalm]i [← kalma] accusative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]ir [← kalma] accusative ✧ PE21/52
kiryali [← kirya] accusative ✧ PE21/4
kiryai [← kirya] accusative ✧ PE21/8
kirye [← kirya] accusative ✧ PE21/8
kiryai [← kirya] accusative ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]ali [← kirya] accusative ✧ PE21/46
filiki [← filet] accusative ✧ PE21/35
ildumáli [← ilduma] accusative ✧ PE21/4
ildumáli [← ilduma] accusative ✧ PE21/42
untamóli [← untamo] accusative ✧ PE21/5
lamni [← laman] accusative ✧ PE21/28
lassi [← lasse] accusative ✧ PE21/6
lasseli [← lasse] accusative ✧ PE21/6
lassi [← lasse] accusative ✧ PE21/47
[lest]uï [← lesto] accusative ✧ PE21/12
lepsi [← let] accusative ✧ PE21/26
[lind]i [← linde²] accusative ✧ PE21/10
mai [← má¹] accusative ✧ PE21/40
máli [← †má²] accusative ✧ PE21/38
mai [← †má²] accusative ✧ PE21/38
malli [← malle] accusative ✧ PE21/45
[mal]wi [← malo²] accusative ✧ PE21/12
[mul]wion [← mulo] accusative ✧ PE21/11
neri [← nér] accusative ✧ PE21/20
neri [← nér] accusative ✧ PE21/52
ondoli [← ondo] accusative ✧ PE21/5
ondoi [← ondo] accusative ✧ PE21/8
[pol]i [← pole] accusative ✧ PE21/13
poli [← pole] accusative ✧ PE21/13
qendi [← Qen] accusative ✧ PE21/25
tali [← tál] accusative ✧ PE21/21
táríli [← tári] accusative ✧ PE21/14
tári [← tári] accusative ✧ PE21/14
pelko [← telko] accusative ✧ PE21/48
pelkoi [← telko] accusative ✧ PE21/48
pelqi [← telko] accusative ✧ PE21/48
telumi [← telume] accusative ✧ PE21/7
teluméli [← telume] accusative ✧ PE21/7
[tund]uï [← tundo] accusative ✧ PE21/11
tyalie [← tyalie] accusative ✧ PE21/47
varinyeli [← varinye] accusative ✧ PE21/7
verúli [← veru¹] accusative ✧ PE21/15
veruï [← veru¹] accusative ✧ PE21/15
yai [← yé²] accusative ✧ PE21/40
alamalintan [← alama] allative ✧ PE21/8
amaldumelintan [← #amaldume] allative ✧ PE21/7
[kalm]unden [← kalma] allative ✧ PE21/52
kastan [← kas¹] allative ✧ PE21/22
karintan [← kas¹] allative ✧ PE21/22
kiryalintan [← kirya] allative ✧ PE21/4
kiryantan [← kirya] allative ✧ PE21/8
kiryalinta [← kirya] allative ✧ PE21/8
[kiry]alillo(n) [← kirya] allative ✧ PE21/46
kiryanden [← kirya] allative ✧ PE21/46
kiryantar [← kirya] allative ✧ PE21/53
filikintan [← filet] allative ✧ PE21/35
hontan [← hón] allative ✧ PE21/23
homintan [← hón] allative ✧ PE21/23
ildumalintan [← ilduma] allative ✧ PE21/4
untamolintan [← untamo] allative ✧ PE21/5
lamnintan [← laman] allative ✧ PE21/28
lamuntan [← laman] allative ✧ PE21/28
landannar “to the plains” [← landa²] allative ✧ PE22/125
lassintan [← lasse] allative ✧ PE21/6
lassentan [← lasse] allative ✧ PE21/6
lasselintan [← lasse] allative ✧ PE21/6
lassillon [← lasse] allative ✧ PE21/47
lassellon [← lasse] allative ✧ PE21/47
lassentar [← lasse] allative ✧ PE21/53
lepsintan [← let] allative ✧ PE21/26
[lind]intan [← linde²] allative ✧ PE21/10
mannar “into the hands” [← má¹] allative ✧ LR/72
maïntan [← má¹] allative ✧ PE21/40
mantan [← má¹] allative ✧ PE21/40
mahtan [← má¹] allative ✧ PE21/40
málintan [← má¹] allative ✧ PE21/40
[má]lintan [← †má²] allative ✧ PE21/38
maintan [← †má²] allative ✧ PE21/38
mátan [← †má²] allative ✧ PE21/38
maltan [← mál] allative ✧ PE21/24
mallillon [← malle] allative ✧ PE21/45
[mal]untan [← malo²] allative ✧ PE21/12
nentan [← nén] allative ✧ PE21/23
nenten [← nén] allative ✧ PE21/23
nerintan [← nér] allative ✧ PE21/20
nertan [← nér] allative ✧ PE21/20
nellon [← nér] allative ✧ PE21/52
nientan [← nie] allative ✧ PE21/6
ninqeruntan [← ninqeru] allative ✧ PE21/15
ondolintan [← ondo] allative ✧ PE21/5
ondontan [← ondo] allative ✧ PE21/8
ondolinta [← ondo] allative ✧ PE21/8
[pol]inta(n) [← pole] allative ✧ PE21/13
qendintan [← Qen] allative ✧ PE21/25
qentan [← Qen] allative ✧ PE21/25
laisintan [← laite] allative ✧ PE21/7
suttan [← sút] allative ✧ PE21/24
talintan [← tál] allative ✧ PE21/21
taltan [← tál] allative ✧ PE21/21
tárĭlintan [← tári] allative ✧ PE21/14
tárintan [← tári] allative ✧ PE21/14
pelkonden [← telko] allative ✧ PE21/48
telkontar [← telko] allative ✧ PE21/53
[tund]untan [← tundo] allative ✧ PE21/11
tyalielintan [← tyalie] allative ✧ PE21/7
tyalientan [← tyalie] allative ✧ PE21/7
tyaliellon [← tyalie] allative ✧ PE21/47
valannar “on-Powers” [← Vala] allative ✧ LR/47
valannar “on-Powers” [← Vala] allative ✧ LR/56
valannar “on Powers” [← Vala] allative ✧ SD/246
valannar “on-Powers” [← Vala] allative ✧ SD/310
varinyentan [← varinye] allative ✧ PE21/7
varinyelintan [← varinye] allative ✧ PE21/7
verŭlintan [← veru¹] allative ✧ PE21/15
verulinta [← veru¹] allative ✧ PE21/15
veruntan [← veru¹] allative ✧ PE21/15
yakintan [← yat²] allative ✧ PE21/24
yahtan [← yat²] allative ✧ PE21/24
yentan [← yé²] allative ✧ PE21/40
kiryel [← kirya] comitative ✧ PE21/47
kiryaile [← kirya] comitative ✧ PE21/47
kiryalil [← kirya] comitative ✧ PE21/47
kiryalíle [← kirya] comitative ✧ PE21/47
kiryaiko [← kirya] comitative ✧ PE21/53
ildumálil [← ilduma] comitative ✧ PE21/47
lassil [← lasse] comitative ✧ PE21/47
lassíle [← lasse] comitative ✧ PE21/47
lassíko [← lasse] comitative ✧ PE21/53
mallíle [← malle] comitative ✧ PE21/45
pelkoile [← telko] comitative ✧ PE21/48
pelkol [← telko] comitative ✧ PE21/48
telkoiko [← telko] comitative ✧ PE21/53
tyaliel [← tyalie] comitative ✧ PE21/47
tyaliaile [← tyalie] comitative ✧ PE21/47
[kalm]íre [← kalma] dative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]ir [← kalma] dative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]eren [← kalma] dative ✧ PE21/52
kiryalir [← kirya] dative ✧ PE21/4
kiryer [← kirya] dative ✧ PE21/8
kiryaire(n) [← kirya] dative ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alir [← kirya] dative ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alíre [← kirya] dative ✧ PE21/46
kiryaino [← kirya] dative ✧ PE21/53
eldain “for Elves” [← Elda] dative ✧ LR/72
Eldain “for Elves” [← Elda] dative ✧ LR/72
eldain “for Elves” [← Elda] dative ✧ LR/72
Eldain [← Elda] dative ✧ LRI/Eldar
filiken [← filet] dative ✧ PE21/35
ildumálir [← ilduma] dative ✧ PE21/4
ildumálir [← ilduma] dative ✧ PE21/42
ildumáren [← ilduma] dative ✧ PE21/43
ildumaire [← ilduma] dative ✧ PE21/43
Ilqainen “To all” [← ilqa] dative ✧ LR/72
untamólir [← untamo] dative ✧ PE21/5
untamoire(n) [← untamo] dative ✧ PE21/48
[unta]móren [← untamo] dative ✧ PE21/48
lamnir [← laman] dative ✧ PE21/28
lassir [← lasse] dative ✧ PE21/6
lasselir [← lasse] dative ✧ PE21/6
lassíre(n) [← lasse] dative ✧ PE21/47
lassíno [← lasse] dative ✧ PE21/53
[lest]uïr [← lesto] dative ✧ PE21/12
lepsir [← let] dative ✧ PE21/26
[lind]ir [← linde²] dative ✧ PE21/10
lótin “flowers” [← lóte] dative ✧ PE22/124
mair [← má¹] dative ✧ PE21/40
málir [← †má²] dative ✧ PE21/38
mair [← †má²] dative ✧ PE21/38
mallir [← malle] dative ✧ PE21/45
[mal]wir [← malo²] dative ✧ PE21/12
[mul]wir [← mulo] dative ✧ PE21/11
nerir [← nér] dative ✧ PE21/20
nerir [← nér] dative ✧ PE21/52
[ner]íre [← nér] dative ✧ PE21/52
ondolir [← ondo] dative ✧ PE21/5
ondoi [← ondo] dative ✧ PE21/8
[pol]ir [← pole] dative ✧ PE21/13
qendir [← Qen] dative ✧ PE21/25
talir [← tál] dative ✧ PE21/21
tárílirƒ [← tári] dative ✧ PE21/14
tárir [← tári] dative ✧ PE21/14
pelkoire(n) [← telko] dative ✧ PE21/48
telkoino [← telko] dative ✧ PE21/53
telumir [← telume] dative ✧ PE21/7
telumélir [← telume] dative ✧ PE21/7
[tund]uïr [← tundo] dative ✧ PE21/11
tyaliéren [← tyalie] dative ✧ PE21/47
tyaliaire(n) [← tyalie] dative ✧ PE21/47
verúlir [← veru¹] dative ✧ PE21/15
veruïr [← veru¹] dative ✧ PE21/15
yair [← yé²] dative ✧ PE21/40
#esser “names” [← esse¹] er-plural ✧ PE22/22
#esser [← esse¹] er-plural ✧ PE22/22
maller “roads” ← malle er-plural ✧ LR/47
maller “roads” ← malle er-plural ✧ LR/56
maller “roads” ← Malle er-plural ✧ SD/310
Angwion “of dragons” [← ango] genitive ✧ PE22/124
[kalm]ion [← kalma] genitive ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]aron [← kalma] genitive ✧ PE21/52
kiryalion [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE21/4
kiryalion [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE21/8
kiryaion [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE21/8
kiryaron [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alion [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE21/46
kiryaron [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE21/53
Elenion [← elen] genitive ✧ WR/223
filikion [← filet] genitive ✧ PE21/35
heruion “of the Lords” [← heru] genitive ✧ SD/290
ildumálion [← ilduma] genitive ✧ PE21/4
ildumálion [← ilduma] genitive ✧ PE21/42
ildumáron [← ilduma] genitive ✧ PE21/43
ildumáron [← ilduma] genitive ✧ PE21/46
ildumalion [← ilduma] genitive ✧ PE21/46
ildumálion [← ilduma] genitive ✧ PE21/46
untamólion [← untamo] genitive ✧ PE21/5
untamóron [← untamo] genitive ✧ PE21/48
lamnion [← laman] genitive ✧ PE21/28
Lambion “of tongues” [← lambe] genitive ✧ PE18/23
lassion [← lasse] genitive ✧ PE21/6
lasselion [← lasse] genitive ✧ PE21/6
lassion [← lasse] genitive ✧ PE21/47
lasseron [← lasse] genitive ✧ PE21/47
lassion [← lasse] genitive ✧ PE21/53
lasseron [← lasse] genitive ✧ PE21/53
[lest]uion [← lesto] genitive ✧ PE21/12
lepsion [← let] genitive ✧ PE21/26
[lind]ion [← linde²] genitive ✧ PE21/10
maion [← má¹] genitive ✧ PE21/40
málion [← †má²] genitive ✧ PE21/38
maion [← †má²] genitive ✧ PE21/38
mallion [← malle] genitive ✧ PE21/45
[mal]wion [← malo²] genitive ✧ PE21/12
[mul]wion [← mulo] genitive ✧ PE21/11
nerion [← nér] genitive ✧ PE21/20
nerion [← nér] genitive ✧ PE21/52
nerion [← nér] genitive ✧ PE21/60
ondolion [← ondo] genitive ✧ PE21/5
ondoion [← ondo] genitive ✧ PE21/8
ondolion [← ondo] genitive ✧ PE21/8
parmaion [← parma] genitive ✧ PE21/59
parmaron [← parma] genitive ✧ PE21/59
parmaion [← parma] genitive ✧ PE21/60
parmaron [← parma] genitive ✧ PE21/60
[pol]ion [← pole] genitive ✧ PE21/13
qendion [← Qen] genitive ✧ PE21/25
laision [← laite] genitive ✧ PE21/7
talion [← tál] genitive ✧ PE21/21
tárílion [← tári] genitive ✧ PE21/14
tárion [← tári] genitive ✧ PE21/14
pelkoron [← telko] genitive ✧ PE21/48
telkoron [← telko] genitive ✧ PE21/53
telumélion [← telume] genitive ✧ PE21/7
telumion [← telume] genitive ✧ PE21/7
[tund]u͡ion [← tundo] genitive ✧ PE21/11
tyaliéron [← tyalie] genitive ✧ PE21/47
tyalieon [← tyalie] genitive ✧ PE21/47
Valion “of the Lords” [← Vala] genitive ✧ LR/72
verúlion [← veru¹] genitive ✧ PE21/15
veru͡ion [← veru¹] genitive ✧ PE21/15
yaion [← yé²] genitive ✧ PE21/40
[kalm]ínen [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE21/52
kiryalínen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE21/4
kiryainen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE21/4
kiryainen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE21/8
kiryainen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alínen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE21/46
kiryainen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE21/53
filikínen [← filet] instrumental ✧ PE21/35
homínen [← hón] instrumental ✧ PE21/23
ildumainen [← ilduma] instrumental ✧ PE21/4
ildumalínen [← ilduma] instrumental ✧ PE21/4
istínen [← istya] instrumental ✧ PE21/13
untamoinen [← untamo] instrumental ✧ PE21/5
untamlínen [← untamo] instrumental ✧ PE21/5
lamnínen [← laman] instrumental ✧ PE21/28
lassínen [← lasse] instrumental ✧ PE21/6
lasselínen [← lasse] instrumental ✧ PE21/6
lassínen [← lasse] instrumental ✧ PE21/9
lasselínen [← lasse] instrumental ✧ PE21/9
lassínen [← lasse] instrumental ✧ PE21/47
lassínen [← lasse] instrumental ✧ PE21/53
[lest]u͡inen [← lesto] instrumental ✧ PE21/12
lepsínen [← let] instrumental ✧ PE21/26
[lind]īnen [← linde²] instrumental ✧ PE21/10
mainen [← má¹] instrumental ✧ PE21/40
málínen [← †má²] instrumental ✧ PE21/38
mainen [← †má²] instrumental ✧ PE21/38
mallínen [← malle] instrumental ✧ PE21/45
[mal]wínen [← malo²] instrumental ✧ PE21/12
[mul]wínen [← mulo] instrumental ✧ PE21/11
nēnī́men [← nén] instrumental ✧ PE21/23
nénínen [← nén] instrumental ✧ PE21/23
ningínen [← nin] instrumental ✧ PE21/26
nerínen [← nér] instrumental ✧ PE21/20
nerínen [← nér] instrumental ✧ PE21/52
niainen [← nie] instrumental ✧ PE21/6
nielínen [← nie] instrumental ✧ PE21/6
ninqerilínen [← ninqeri] instrumental ✧ PE21/15
ninqeruinen [← ninqeru] instrumental ✧ PE21/15
ninqerulínen [← ninqeru] instrumental ✧ PE21/15
ondoinen [← ondo] instrumental ✧ PE21/5
ondolínen [← ondo] instrumental ✧ PE21/5
ondoinen [← ondo] instrumental ✧ PE21/8
[pol]īnen [← pole] instrumental ✧ PE21/13
polínen [← pole] instrumental ✧ PE21/13
qendínen [← Qen] instrumental ✧ PE21/25
laisínen [← laite] instrumental ✧ PE21/7
talínen [← tál] instrumental ✧ PE21/21
tárĭlínen [← tári] instrumental ✧ PE21/14
tarínen [← tári] instrumental ✧ PE21/14
tárilínen [← tári] instrumental ✧ PE21/14
pelkoinen [← telko] instrumental ✧ PE21/48
telkoinen [← telko] instrumental ✧ PE21/53
telumínen [← telume] instrumental ✧ PE21/9
[tund]u͡inen [← tundo] instrumental ✧ PE21/11
tyaliainen [← tyalie] instrumental ✧ PE21/7
tyaliélinen [← tyalie] instrumental ✧ PE21/7
tyaliainen [← tyalie] instrumental ✧ PE21/9
tyaliainen [← tyalie] instrumental ✧ PE21/47
varinyainen [← varinye] instrumental ✧ PE21/7
verŭlínen [← veru¹] instrumental ✧ PE21/15
veru͡inen [← veru¹] instrumental ✧ PE21/15
veruinen [← veru¹] instrumental ✧ PE21/15
yakínen [← yat²] instrumental ✧ PE21/24
yainen [← yé²] instrumental ✧ PE21/40
[kalm]issen [← kalma] locative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]essen [← kalma] locative ✧ PE21/52
kassen [← kas¹] locative ✧ PE21/22
karissen [← kas¹] locative ✧ PE21/22
kiryalissen [← kirya] locative ✧ PE21/4
[kiry]assen [← kirya] locative ✧ PE21/8
kiryassen [← kirya] locative ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alisse(n) [← kirya] locative ✧ PE21/46
kiryassen [← kirya] locative ✧ PE21/53
honsen [← hón] locative ✧ PE21/23
homissen [← hón] locative ✧ PE21/23
ildumalissen [← ilduma] locative ✧ PE21/4
untamolissen [← untamo] locative ✧ PE21/5
lamnissen [← laman] locative ✧ PE21/28
lamussen [← laman] locative ✧ PE21/28
lassissen [← lasse] locative ✧ PE21/6
lasselissen [← lasse] locative ✧ PE21/6
lassissen [← lasse] locative ✧ PE21/47
lassessen [← lasse] locative ✧ PE21/47
lassessen [← lasse] locative ✧ PE21/53
[leps]issen [← let] locative ✧ PE21/26
[lind]issen [← linde²] locative ✧ PE21/10
massen [← †má²] locative ✧ PE21/38
mallissen [← malle] locative ✧ PE21/45
nerissen [← nér] locative ✧ PE21/20
nersen [← nér] locative ✧ PE21/20
nerren [← nér] locative ✧ PE21/20
nerissen [← nér] locative ✧ PE21/52
nessen [← nér] locative ✧ PE21/52
niessen [← nie] locative ✧ PE21/6
ondolissen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE21/5
[ond]ossen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE21/8
[ondo]lisse [← ondo] locative ✧ PE21/8
qendissen [← Qen] locative ✧ PE21/25
sutsen [← sút] locative ✧ PE21/24
talissen [← tál] locative ✧ PE21/21
talten [← tál] locative ✧ PE21/21
talsen [← tál] locative ✧ PE21/21
tárilissen [← tári] locative ✧ PE21/14
pelkossen [← telko] locative ✧ PE21/48
telkossen [← telko] locative ✧ PE21/53
[tund]ussen [← tundo] locative ✧ PE21/11
tyaliessen [← tyalie] locative ✧ PE21/47
verŭlissen [← veru¹] locative ✧ PE21/15
[veru]lisse [← veru¹] locative ✧ PE21/15
yakissen [← yat²] locative ✧ PE21/24
yaksen [← yat²] locative ✧ PE21/24
yeksen [← yé²] locative ✧ PE21/40
númessier “They are in the West” [← númen] locative stative ✧ LR/72
ahtumatsin [← ahtumat] nominative ✧ PE21/32
ahtumatsin [← ahtumat] nominative ✧ PE21/37
ahtumátulin [← ahtumat] nominative ✧ PE21/37
[ahtu]mattulin [← ahtumat] nominative ✧ PE21/37
amanin [← aman] nominative ✧ PE21/34
amborin [← ambor] nominative ✧ PE21/33
andulin [← andul] nominative ✧ PE21/34
andullin [← andul] nominative ✧ PE21/34
arakin [← arat] nominative ✧ PE21/35
[kalm]ir [← kalma] nominative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]in [← kalma] nominative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]ulin [← kalma] nominative ✧ PE21/52
kalumetsin [← kalumet] nominative ✧ PE21/37
kalumettulin [← kalumet] nominative ✧ PE21/37
karin [← kas¹] nominative ✧ PE21/22
kiryalin [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE21/4
kiryain [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE21/8
kiryen [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE21/8
†kiryar [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE21/46
kiryain [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE21/46
kiryalin [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE21/46
kiryar [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE21/53
fassin [← fas] nominative ✧ PE21/26
fassulin [← fas] nominative ✧ PE21/26
filikin [← filet] nominative ✧ PE21/35
hahtin [← hat] nominative ✧ PE21/27
hahtulin [← hat] nominative ✧ PE21/27
helemin [← helen] nominative ✧ PE21/34
hendin [← hen] nominative ✧ PE21/52
hóvin [← ] nominative ✧ PE21/38
hólin [← ] nominative ✧ PE21/38
homin [← hón] nominative ✧ PE21/23
humulin [← hón] nominative ✧ PE21/23
homin [← hón] nominative ✧ PE21/52
hostin [← hosto] nominative ✧ PE21/27
hostulin [← hosto] nominative ✧ PE21/27
hunin [← hún] nominative ✧ PE21/24
ildumálin [← ilduma] nominative ✧ PE21/4
ildumálin [← ilduma] nominative ✧ PE21/42
ildumálin [← ilduma] nominative ✧ PE21/46
[kaima]sambin [← kaimasan] nominative ✧ PE21/37
[kaima]sambulin [← kaimasan] nominative ✧ PE21/37
kapsin [← kapsa] nominative ✧ PE21/27
kapsulin [← kapsa] nominative ✧ PE21/27
kelutsin [← kelut] nominative ✧ PE21/35
untamólin [← untamo] nominative ✧ PE21/5
untamólin [← untamo] nominative ✧ PE21/48
untamoin [← untamo] nominative ✧ PE21/48
lamnin [← laman] nominative ✧ PE21/28
lamnulin [← laman] nominative ✧ PE21/28
lassin [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE21/6
lasselin [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE21/6
lasselin [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE21/47
lasser [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE21/47
lassin [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE21/47
lasser [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE21/53
lassi [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE21/53
lestuïn [← lesto] nominative ✧ PE21/12
lestoin [← lesto] nominative ✧ PE21/12
lepsin [← let] nominative ✧ PE21/26
lepsulin [← let] nominative ✧ PE21/26
lindin [← linde²] nominative ✧ PE21/10
lindelin [← linde²] nominative ✧ PE21/10
lótelin [← lóte] nominative ✧ PE21/7
lotsin [← lóte] nominative ✧ PE21/7
maksin [← má¹] nominative ✧ PE21/40
main [← má¹] nominative ✧ PE21/40
málin [← má¹] nominative ✧ PE21/40
main [← má¹] nominative ✧ PE21/40
málin [← †má²] nominative ✧ PE21/38
main [← †má²] nominative ✧ PE21/38
malin [← mál] nominative ✧ PE21/24
mallin [← mál] nominative ✧ PE21/24
mallin [← malle] nominative ✧ PE21/24
mallin [← malle] nominative ✧ PE21/45
†mallelin [← malle] nominative ✧ PE21/45
malwin [← malo²] nominative ✧ PE21/12
malulin [← malo²] nominative ✧ PE21/12
oiulin [← malo²] nominative ✧ PE21/12
malulin [← malo²] nominative ✧ PE21/12
mardin “homes” [← mar] nominative ✧ PE21/27
mardulin “houses” [← mar] nominative ✧ PE21/27
mattin [← mat] nominative ✧ PE21/27
mattulin [← mat] nominative ✧ PE21/27
mulwuin [← mulo] nominative ✧ PE21/11
mululin [← mulo] nominative ✧ PE21/11
nēnin [← nén] nominative ✧ PE21/23
nēnulin [← nén] nominative ✧ PE21/23
ningin [← nin] nominative ✧ PE21/26
ningulin [← nin] nominative ✧ PE21/26
nerin [← nér] nominative ✧ PE21/20
nellin [← nér] nominative ✧ PE21/20
nerulin [← nér] nominative ✧ PE21/21
nerin [← nér] nominative ✧ PE21/52
niksin [← nikse] nominative ✧ PE21/27
niksulin [← nikse] nominative ✧ PE21/27
nildin [← nil] nominative ✧ PE21/26
nildulin [← nil] nominative ✧ PE21/26
oiwin [← oio] nominative ✧ PE21/12
oiwin [← oio] nominative ✧ PE21/12
olarin [← olar] nominative ✧ PE21/33
olallin [← olar] nominative ✧ PE21/33
ondolin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE21/5
ondoin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE21/8
orumin [← oron] nominative ✧ PE21/34
pélin [← ] nominative ✧ PE21/38
[pel]taksin [← peltas] nominative ✧ PE21/37
[pel]taksulin [← peltas] nominative ✧ PE21/37
pilindin [← pilin] nominative ✧ PE21/36
pilindulin [← pilin] nominative ✧ PE21/36
pilindin [← pilin] nominative ✧ PE21/52
pitsin [← pite] nominative ✧ PE21/7
[pol]in [← pole] nominative ✧ PE21/13
polin [← pole] nominative ✧ PE21/13
polilin [← pole] nominative ✧ PE21/13
qeletsin [← qelet] nominative ✧ PE21/35
qendin [← Qen] nominative ✧ PE21/25
qendilin [← Qen] nominative ✧ PE21/25
pilinin [← pilen] nominative ✧ PE21/34
laisin [← laite] nominative ✧ PE21/7
qilirin [← qilir] nominative ✧ PE21/34
qilelli [← qilir] nominative ✧ PE21/34
rambin [← ran] nominative ✧ PE21/27
rambulin [← ran] nominative ✧ PE21/27
rílin [← ] nominative ✧ PE21/38
saksin [← sahte] nominative ✧ PE21/7
sapsin [← sat] nominative ✧ PE21/24
soronin [← soron] nominative ✧ PE21/34
sorulli [← soron] nominative ✧ PE21/34
sutsin [← sút] nominative ✧ PE21/24
talin [← tál] nominative ✧ PE21/21
talatsin [← talat] nominative ✧ PE21/35
tansin [← tante] nominative ✧ PE21/7
tárílin [← tári] nominative ✧ PE21/14
tárin [← tári] nominative ✧ PE21/14
telqin [← telko] nominative ✧ PE21/12
pelkolin [← telko] nominative ✧ PE21/48
pelkor [← telko] nominative ✧ PE21/48
pelkoin [← telko] nominative ✧ PE21/48
pelqin [← telko] nominative ✧ PE21/48
telkor [← telko] nominative ✧ PE21/53
telumin [← telume] nominative ✧ PE21/7
telumélin [← telume] nominative ✧ PE21/7
telumetsin [← telumet] nominative ✧ PE21/37
telumettulin [← telumet] nominative ✧ PE21/37
telumeksin [← telumet] nominative ✧ PE21/37
telumehtulin [← telumet] nominative ✧ PE21/37
tetsin [← tet(ta)] nominative ✧ PE21/24
tetulin [← tet(ta)] nominative ✧ PE21/24
teksin [← tie] nominative ✧ PE21/40
télin [← tie] nominative ✧ PE21/40
titsin [← titse] nominative ✧ PE21/27
titsulin [← titse] nominative ✧ PE21/27
tumpin [← tumpo] nominative ✧ PE21/27
tumpulin [← tumpo] nominative ✧ PE21/27
tunduin [← tundo] nominative ✧ PE21/11
tundulin [← tundo] nominative ✧ PE21/11
tyaliélin [← tyalie] nominative ✧ PE21/7
tyaliélin [← tyalie] nominative ✧ PE21/47
tyalier [← tyalie] nominative ✧ PE21/47
tyaliain [← tyalie] nominative ✧ PE21/47
tyuin [← tyue] nominative ✧ PE21/6
tyuelin [← tyue] nominative ✧ PE21/6
vainarin [← vainar] nominative ✧ PE21/36
vainallin [← vainar] nominative ✧ PE21/36
veanérin [← veaner²] nominative ✧ PE21/36
veanellin [← veaner²] nominative ✧ PE21/36
veanérulin [← veaner²] nominative ✧ PE21/36
verúlin [← veru¹] nominative ✧ PE21/15
veruïn [← veru¹] nominative ✧ PE21/15
yakin [← yat²] nominative ✧ PE21/24
yain [← yé²] nominative ✧ PE21/40
amaldum(el)inwa [← #amaldume] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/7
[kalm]íva [← kalma] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/52
karinwa [← kas¹] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/22
kiryalinwa [← kirya] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/4
kiryaiva [← kirya] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alíva [← kirya] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/46
hominwa [← hón] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/23
ildumalinwa [← ilduma] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/4
untamolinwa [← untamo] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/5
lamninwa [← laman] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/28
lasselinwa [← lasse] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/6
lassíva [← lasse] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/47
lepsinwa [← let] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/26
mallíva [← malle] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/45
nerinwa [← nér] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/20
neríva [← nér] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/52
ondolinwa [← ondo] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/5
qendinwa [← Qen] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/25
laitelinwa [← laite] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/7
talinwa [← tál] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/21
tárilinwa [← tári] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/14
pelkoiva [← telko] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/48
teluminwa [← telume] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/7
tyalielinwa [← tyalie] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/7
tyaliaiva [← tyalie] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/47
verulinwa [← veru¹] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/15
yakinwa [← yat²] possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/24
[kalm]íka [← kalma] similative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]ahta [← kalma] similative ✧ PE21/52
[kalm]ihta [← kalma] similative ✧ PE21/52
karindon [← kas¹] similative ✧ PE21/22
kiryalindon [← kirya] similative ✧ PE21/4
kiryandon [← kirya] similative ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alindon [← kirya] similative ✧ PE21/46
homindon [← hón] similative ✧ PE21/23
ildumalindon [← ilduma] similative ✧ PE21/4
untamolindon [← untamo] similative ✧ PE21/5
lamnindon [← laman] similative ✧ PE21/28
lassindon [← lasse] similative ✧ PE21/6
lasselindon [← lasse] similative ✧ PE21/6
lassindon [← lasse] similative ✧ PE21/47
lassendon [← lasse] similative ✧ PE21/47
[leps]indon [← let] similative ✧ PE21/26
mallindon [← malle] similative ✧ PE21/45
nerindon [← nér] similative ✧ PE21/20
ondolindon [← ondo] similative ✧ PE21/5
qendindon [← Qen] similative ✧ PE21/25
laisindon [← laite] similative ✧ PE21/7
laitelindon [← laite] similative ✧ PE21/7
talindon [← tál] similative ✧ PE21/21
tárilindon [← tári] similative ✧ PE21/14
pelkondon [← telko] similative ✧ PE21/48
tyaliendon [← tyalie] similative ✧ PE21/47
verulindon [← veru¹] similative ✧ PE21/15
yakindon [← yat²] similative ✧ PE21/24

Reference ✧ PE21/58

Elements

er-plural

Element In


ᴱQ. plural-nouns grammar.

Examples (plural)
ailindi ← ailind- (stem) ✧ PE13/158
Ainir ← aini ✧ PME/34
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ LT1/61
Ainur ← ainu ✧ LT1A/Ainur
Ainur ← Ainu ✧ LT1I/Ainur
Ainur ← Ainu ✧ LT2I/Ainur
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ PE13/103
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ PE15/20
Ainur [← Ainu] ✧ PE15/27
Ainur ← ainu ✧ PME/34
andondi ← andon ✧ PE13/137
andoli ← andon ✧ PE13/137
andondi ← andon ✧ PE13/160
andoli ← ando ✧ PE13/160
attahi [← atar] ✧ PE15/72
kalmali ← kalma ✧ PE14/43
kalmali ← kalma ✧ PE14/73
karmar “*deeds” [← karma] ✧ PE15/32
kari [← kas] ✧ PE14/69
kasti ← kas ✧ PE14/72
kasi ← kar ✧ PE14/72
kasti ← kas ✧ PE15/78
kasi ← kas ✧ PE15/78
kari [← kas] ✧ PE16/112
kari [← kas] ✧ PE16/115
kasi ← kar ✧ PE14/43
kasi ← kar ✧ PE15/73
kiryali [← kirya] ✧ PE16/112
kiryali [← kirya] ✧ PE16/115
kiryai [← kirya] ✧ PE16/115
ehtalli ← ehtar ✧ PE14/44
ehtari ← ehtar ✧ PE14/44
ehtalli ← ehtar ✧ PE14/72
ehtardi ← ehtar ✧ PE14/72
ehtari ← ehtar ✧ PE14/74
[eht]ardi ← ehtar ✧ PE14/74
ehtalli ← ehtar ✧ PE15/77
ehtardi ← ehtar ✧ PE15/77
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ LBI/Eldar
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ LT1/114
Eldar ← Elda ✧ LT1/235
Eldar ← Elda ✧ LT1A/Eldar
Eldar “Elves” ← Elda ✧ LT1I/Eldar
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ LT2I/Eldar
ELDAR “elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE13/99
Eldar “Elves or fairies” [← Elda] ✧ PE14/9
elda(li) “elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE14/50
elda(li) “elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE14/83
eldali “elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE14/83
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ PE15/23
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE15/61
Eldar “Elves” [← Elda] ✧ PE15/62
Eldar [← Elda] ✧ QL/43
qímari “phantoms” [← #qímar] ✧ MC/213
falmari “waves” [← falmar] ✧ MC/216
falmarin [← falmar] ✧ PE16/75
falmari “waves” [← falmar] ✧ PE16/100
falmari [← falmar] ✧ PE16/104
Falmaríni “spirits of the foam” [← falmarin] ✧ Ety/PHAL
Falmaríni [← falmarin] ✧ LT1A/Falman
Falmaríni “Spirits of the Sea-foam” [← falmarin] ✧ LT1I/Falmaríni
Falmaríni “Spirits of the Sea Foam” [← falmarin] ✧ LT2I/Falmaríni
falmaríni ← falmarin ✧ PE14/43
falmaríni ← falmarin ✧ PE14/72
falmarīni ← falmarin ✧ PE15/77
fini [← fine] ✧ PE16/140
malwi ← malo ✧ QL/58
hari [← hari] ✧ PE14/71
hendi ← hen ✧ PE13/147
hendi ← hen ✧ PE14/43
hendi ← hen ✧ PE14/76
hendi [← hen] ✧ PE15/72
hendi ← †hen ✧ QL/40
hirdi ← hir ✧ PE13/161
irdi ← ir ✧ PE13/144
ankasi ← Ankar ✧ QL/31
unqi ← unko ✧ PE14/76
unkoli ← unko ✧ PE14/76
hondor “*hearts” [← hon²] ✧ PE15/32
huandi [← huan] ✧ PE16/132
ōmi “*all” [← on(t)] ✧ PE15/32
kaimasambi ← kaimasan ✧ PE15/70
KALIMBOR [← kalimbo] ✧ PE13/99
lamni ← lama ✧ PE14/42
lamni ← lama ✧ PE14/44
lamni [← lama] ✧ PE14/70
lamni [← lama] ✧ PE14/71
lamni ← lama ✧ PE14/74
lamni ← lama ✧ PE15/69
lamni [← lama] ✧ PE16/132
lepsi ← lepta ✧ PE15/72
lómi “clouds” [← lóme] ✧ MC/214
lómi “shadows” [← lóme] ✧ MC/221
lómi “clouds” [← lóme] ✧ PE16/62
loomi [← lóme] ✧ PE16/72
lómi [← lóme] ✧ PE16/74
loomi [← lóme] ✧ PE16/77
fumellar “flowers of sleep” [← fumella] ✧ LT1/74
fumellar “flowers of sleep, poppies” ← fúmella ✧ LT1A/fumellar
Fumellar “poppies” [← fumella] ✧ LT1I/Fumellar
Lōter [← lóte] ✧ PE13/104
lósi [← lóte] ✧ PE16/139
máli ←  ✧ PE14/76
māli ←  ✧ PE15/73
malli [← malle] ✧ PE16/112
malleli [← malle] ✧ PE16/112
malli [← malle] ✧ PE16/115
malleli [← malle] ✧ PE16/115
malwi ← malo ✧ PE14/42
malwi ← malo ✧ PE14/44
malwi [← malo²] ✧ PE14/71
malwi ← malo ✧ PE14/74
malwi ← malo ✧ PE15/77
Mánir “Spirits of the Air” [← máne] ✧ LBI/Mánir
Mánir [← máne] ✧ LT1A/Eruman
Mánir ← mánë ✧ LT1A/Mánir
Mánir “Spirits of the Air” [← máne] ✧ LT1I/Mánir
Mānir [← máne] ✧ PE14/10
manir [← máne] ✧ PE14/10
mari ← mar ✧ PE15/74
mardi ← mardo ✧ QL/60
mawardi ← māwar ✧ PE12/14
moardi ← moar ✧ PE12/14
Nandini “fays of the valleys” ← nandin ✧ LT1A/Nandini
Nandini “fays of the valleys” [← nandin] ✧ LT1I/Nandini
nandini “fay of the valleys” [← nandin] ✧ PE14/10
nandini “Earth [Fay]” [← nandin] ✧ PE14/10
natsi ← nat ✧ PE14/43
natsi ← nat ✧ PE14/72
natsi “*beings” [← nat] ✧ PE15/32
natsi ← nat ✧ PE15/68
natsi [← nat] ✧ PE15/78
nattur ← natto ✧ PE15/68
nautar “dwarves” [← nauka] ✧ PE14/9
nyatsi [← nyat] ✧ PE16/136
-néni [← nen¹] ✧ LT1A/Koivië-néni
nēni ← nēn ✧ PE14/43
nēni ← nēn ✧ PE14/72
nēni ← nēn ✧ PE15/78
nengi ← nĕn ✧ PE14/72
nengi ← nĕn ✧ PE14/76
nengi [← nen²] ✧ PE16/112
nengi [← nen²] ✧ PE16/115
nēri “men” [← ner] ✧ PE14/32
nĕri ← nēr ✧ PE14/43
neri [← ner] ✧ PE14/50
nĕri ← nēr ✧ PE14/72
neri “men” [← ner] ✧ PE14/83
nēri “*men” [← ner] ✧ PE15/32
Nermir “fays of the meads” ← Nermi ✧ LT1A/Nermir
Nermir “fays of the meads” [← nermi] ✧ LT1I/Nermir
nermir “fay of the meads” [← nermi] ✧ PE14/10
nermir “Earth [Fay]” [← nermi] ✧ PE14/10
Nier “tears” ← nië ✧ LT2A/Nínin-Udathriol
nori [← nóre] ✧ LT1A/Nori Landar
nyeleksi ← nyelet ✧ PE15/75
Oarni [← oar] ✧ LBI/Oarni
Oarni ← oar ✧ LT1A/Oarni
Oarni “Spirits of the Sea” [← oar] ✧ LT1I/Oarni
Oarni “Spirits of the Sea” [← oar] ✧ LT2I/Oarni
oarni “Water [Fay]” [← oar] ✧ PE14/10
Oaritsi ← oaris ✧ LT1/227
Oaritsi “mermaids?” ← oaris ✧ LT1I/Oaritsi
oaritsi “Water [Fay]” [← oaris] ✧ PE14/10
[ohta]rdi ← ohtar ✧ PE15/78
hondi ← hond- (stem) ✧ PE13/162
ondoli “rocks” [← ondo] ✧ MC/213
ondoli ← ondo ✧ PE14/44
ondoli ← ondo ✧ PE14/73
ondoli ← ondo ✧ PE15/77
ondoli [← ondo] ✧ PE16/115
ondoi [← ondo] ✧ PE16/115
yungwi “twins” [← yunga] ✧ PE14/77
yungwi “twins” ← yunga ✧ PE15/78
Orqui “Orcs” [← ork] ✧ LT2/136
Orqui [← ork] ✧ LT2A/Balcmeg
Orqui ← Orc ✧ LT2I/Orqui
ORQI “goblins” [← ork] ✧ PE13/99
Orqui [← ork] ✧ PE13/102
Orqi “goblins” [← ork] ✧ PE14/9
Orqui [← ork] ✧ PE15/21
ormindi ← ormin ✧ PE15/78
oromandin “wood-spirits” [← #oroman] ✧ MC/215
oromandi “wood-elves” [← #oroman] ✧ PE16/90
oromandi “wood-elves” [← #oroman] ✧ PE16/92
Toros [← oro] ✧ LT1/85
peltaksi ← peltas ✧ PE14/42
peltaksi ← peltas ✧ PE14/44
peltakse [← peltas] ✧ PE15/76
pilindi ← pilin ✧ PE14/73
pilindi ← pilin ✧ PE15/69
pilindi [← pilin] ✧ PE16/112
pilindi [← pilin] ✧ PE16/115
pirindi [← pirin] ✧ QL/78
piur ← piu ✧ QL/74
pīwi ← piu ✧ QL/74
poli ← pole ✧ PE15/73
qimi ← qin ✧ PE15/79
qindi ← qin ✧ PE15/79
Qendi [← Qen] ✧ GL/32
Qendi [← Qen] ✧ LRI/Qendi
Qendi [← Qen] ✧ LT1/235
Qendi [← Qen] ✧ LT1I/Qendi
QENDI [← Qen] ✧ PE13/99
Qendi ← Qen ✧ PE13/146
Qendi ← qende ✧ PE14/9
Quendi “Elves, Light-elves” [← Qen] ✧ SM/13
Quendi [← Qen] ✧ SM/168
rávi ← rau ✧ LT1A/Meássë
rāvi ← Rau ✧ QL/79
rámali “wings” [← ráma] ✧ MC/213
rankoli ← ranko ✧ PE14/76
rankoli ← ranko ✧ PE15/69
RAUK(I) “demons” [← (a)rauke] ✧ PE13/99
Rauki “demons” [← (a)rauke] ✧ PE14/9
arauki ← ARAUKE ✧ QL/32
rauki [← (a)rauke] ✧ QL/60
orotsi ← orot ✧ QL/71
Salmar [← salma] ✧ PE13/104
sinqi ← sinqe ✧ PE14/42
sinqi ← sinqe ✧ PE14/44
sinqi [← sinqe] ✧ PE14/71
sinqi ← sinqe ✧ PE14/74
sinqi ← sinqe ✧ PE15/72
sinqi ← sinqe ✧ PE15/74
aikori ← aikor ✧ PE13/158
súni ← súne ✧ PE14/76
sūni ← sūne ✧ PE15/75
Sūruli ← Sūru ✧ GL/68
Súruli [← súru] ✧ LBI/Súruli
Súruli ← Súru ✧ LT1A/Súruli
Súruli “spirits of the winds” [← súru] ✧ LT1I/Súruli
Suruli [← súru] ✧ PE14/10
suruli [← súru] ✧ PE14/10
surui [← súru] ✧ PE16/57
Súruli “Spirits of the Wind” [← súru] ✧ SMI/Súruli
taksi ← takse ✧ PE15/75
tăli ← tāl ✧ PE14/43
tăli ← tāl ✧ PE14/72
tăli ← tál ✧ PE14/76
tali ← tal ✧ PE15/72
táli “feet” [← tala¹] ✧ PE16/90
táli “feet” [← tala¹] ✧ PE16/92
tantarēli ← tantare ✧ PE14/44
tantaréli ← tantare ✧ PE14/73
tantaréli ← tantare ✧ PE15/71
Tauler [← taule²] ✧ PE13/104
Tavari “fays of the woods” ← tavar ✧ LT1A/Tavari
tavarni “dale-sprites” ← tavar ✧ LT1A/Tavari
Tavari “fays of the woods” [← tavar] ✧ LT1I/Tavari
tavāri “fay of the woods” [← tavar] ✧ PE14/10
Tavari [← tavar] ✧ PE14/10
tavarni “dale-sprites” ← tavar ✧ QL/90
telkoli [← telko] ✧ PE16/112
pelqi ← pelko ✧ PE14/76
pelkoli ← pelko ✧ PE14/76
pelqi ← pelko ✧ PE15/74
tendilli “pieces of string” ← tendl ✧ PE12/25
tinwi “stars” [← tinwe] ✧ MC/214
Tolli ← tol ✧ LT1/85
Tolli ← tol ✧ LT1A/Tolli Kuruvar
tolli [← tol] ✧ PE16/139
Torqeler “tropics” ← torqele ✧ QL/94
tyaliéli [← tyalie] ✧ PE16/112
tyaliéli [← tyalie] ✧ PE16/115
karoli ← karo ✧ PE15/71
Ulbandi [← ulban] ✧ LT2A/Ulbandi
Ulbandi [← ulban] ✧ PE13/99
Ulbandi “giants” [← ulban] ✧ PE13/99
ulbandi “wood-giants” [← ulban] ✧ PE14/9
Úvanimor “who are monsters, giants, orges” [← úvanimo] ✧ LT1/236
Úvanimor “monsters, giants, orges” [← úvanimo] ✧ LT1I/Úvanimor
Úvanimor [← úvanimo] ✧ LT2I/Úvanimor
ŪVANIMOR [← úvanimo] ✧ PE13/99
Ūvanimor “monsters” [← úvanimo] ✧ PE14/9
Úvanimor [← úvanimo] ✧ SMI/Úvanimor
Valar [← Vala] ✧ GL/18
Valar [← Vala] ✧ GL/21
Valar [← Vala] ✧ LBI/Valar
Vali [← Vala] ✧ LBI/Valar
Valar/Vali [← Vala] ✧ LT1/61
Valur [← Vala] ✧ LT1/61
Valir [← Vala] ✧ LT1/61
Valar/Vali [← Vala] ✧ LT1A/Valar
Valar “Gods” ← Vala ✧ LT1I/Valar
Vali ← Vala ✧ LT1I/Valar
Valar [← Vala] ✧ LT2A/Valar
Valar/Vali [← Vala] ✧ LT2A/Valar
Valar [← Vala] ✧ LT2I/Valar
Vali [← Vala] ✧ LT2I/Valar
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PE13/103
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PE14/10
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PE15/8
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PE15/21
Vali [← Vala] ✧ PE15/21
Vali ← Vala ✧ PE15/72
Valar [← Vala] ✧ PME/99
Vali [← Vala] ✧ PME/99
valar [← Vala] ✧ QL/39
Valar “the happy folk” [← Vala] ✧ QL/99
Vali [← Vala] ✧ QL/99
Valar [← Vala] ✧ QL/99
Wingildi ← wingild- (stem) ✧ LT1A/Wingilot
Wingildi “spirits of the sea-foam” [← wingil] ✧ LT1I/Wingildi
Wingildi “spirits of the sea-foam” [← wingil] ✧ LT2I/Wingildi
wingildi [← wingil] ✧ PE14/10
wingilli ← wingil ✧ PE14/43
wingildi ← wingil ✧ PE14/43
wingilli ← Wingil ✧ PE14/44
wingilli ← wingil ✧ PE14/72
wingildi ← wingil ✧ PE14/72
wingilli ← wingil ✧ PE14/74
[wing]ildi ← wingil ✧ PE14/74
[wilgi]lli ← wingil ✧ PE15/75
[wilgi]ldi ← wingil ✧ PE15/75
wingildi “foam-fairies” [← wingil] ✧ PE16/90
wingildi “foam-riders” [← wingil] ✧ PE16/92
yavandi ← yávan ✧ PE15/69
ser ←  ✧ QL/82
hendi ←  ✧ QL/82
yondi ←  ✧ PE13/144
yondi “irreg. pl.” ← yondo ✧ PE15/77
kiryalillon [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE16/115
kiryailon [← kirya] ablative ✧ PE16/115
eldallor “from the elves” [← Elda] ablative ✧ PE14/47
eldalillo(r) [← Elda] ablative ✧ PE14/47
eldallor “from the elves” [← Elda] ablative ✧ PE14/79
eldalillo(r) [← Elda] ablative ✧ PE14/79
mallillon [← malle] ablative ✧ PE16/115
mallílon [← malle] ablative ✧ PE16/115
ondolillon [← ondo] ablative ✧ PE16/115
ondoilon [← ondo] ablative ✧ PE16/115
pilindillon [← pilin] ablative ✧ PE16/115
tollillon [← tol] ablative ✧ PE16/147
tyalielillon [← tyalie] ablative ✧ PE16/115
kalmalin ← kalma accusative ✧ PE14/43
kalmalin(t) ← kalma accusative ✧ PE14/73
kari [← kas] accusative ✧ PE16/112
kiryali [← kirya] accusative ✧ PE16/112
Eldalin “Elves” [← Elda] accusative ✧ PE14/84
lamnin ← lama accusative ✧ PE14/44
lamnin ← lama accusative ✧ PE14/74
lómi “clouds” [← lóme] accusative ✧ PE16/75
losselin “flowers” [← losse] accusative ✧ PE14/56
malli [← malle] accusative ✧ PE16/112
malleli [← malle] accusative ✧ PE16/112
malwin ← malo accusative ✧ PE14/44
malwin ← malo accusative ✧ PE14/74
malwi [← malo²] accusative ✧ PE16/111
maluvi [← malo²] accusative ✧ PE16/111
nengi [← nen²] accusative ✧ PE16/112
neri [← ner] accusative ✧ PE16/111
ondolin(t) ← ondo accusative ✧ PE14/73
ondoli [← ondo] accusative ✧ PE16/111
peltaksin ← peltas accusative ✧ PE14/44
pilindin(t) ← pilin accusative ✧ PE14/73
pilindi [← pilin] accusative ✧ PE16/112
poli [← pole] accusative ✧ PE16/111
[pund]ui [← pundo] accusative ✧ PE16/111
sinqin ← sinqe accusative ✧ PE14/44
sinqin ← sinqe accusative ✧ PE14/74
sinqi [← sinqe] accusative ✧ PE16/111
sinqili [← sinqe] accusative ✧ PE16/111
tantarélin(t) ← tantare accusative ✧ PE14/73
telkoli [← telko] accusative ✧ PE16/112
tyaliéli [← tyalie] accusative ✧ PE16/112
kiryalinya [← kirya] adjectival ✧ PE16/115
[kirya]linwa [← kirya] adjectival ✧ PE16/115
Kuruvar ← kuru adjectival ✧ LT1A/Tolli Kuruvar
pilindinya [← pilin] adjectival ✧ PE16/115
[pilind]inwa [← pilin] adjectival ✧ PE16/115
pilindyinya [← pilin] adjectival ✧ PE16/115
kiryalinta(n) [← kirya] allative ✧ PE16/115
mallinta(n) [← malle] allative ✧ PE16/115
ondolinta(n) [← ondo] allative ✧ PE16/115
pilindinta(n) [← pilin] allative ✧ PE16/115
tinwelinte [← tinwe] allative ✧ PE16/60
tollalinta “upon ... hills” [← tolda] allative ✧ MC/214
tyalielinta(n) [← tyalie] allative ✧ PE16/115
kiryalinko [← kirya] comitative ✧ PE16/115
mallinko [← malle] comitative ✧ PE16/115
nenginto [← nen²] comitative ✧ PE16/115
ondolinko [← ondo] comitative ✧ PE16/115
pilindinko [← pilin] comitative ✧ PE16/115
tyalielinko [← tyalie] comitative ✧ PE16/115
kalmalir ← kalma dative ✧ PE14/43
kalmalir ← kalma dative ✧ PE14/73
karir [← kas] dative ✧ PE16/112
kiryalir [← kirya] dative ✧ PE16/112
kiryalir [← kirya] dative ✧ PE16/115
kiryair [← kirya] dative ✧ PE16/115
lamnir ← lama dative ✧ PE14/44
lamnir ← lama dative ✧ PE14/74
mallir [← malle] dative ✧ PE16/112
[mall]elir [← malle] dative ✧ PE16/112
mallir [← malle] dative ✧ PE16/115
mallelir [← malle] dative ✧ PE16/115
malwir ← malo dative ✧ PE14/44
malwir ← malo dative ✧ PE14/74
malwir [← malo²] dative ✧ PE16/111
maluir [← malo²] dative ✧ PE16/111
nengir [← nen²] dative ✧ PE16/112
nerir [← ner] dative ✧ PE16/111
ondolir ← ondo dative ✧ PE14/73
ondolir [← ondo] dative ✧ PE16/111
ondolir [← ondo] dative ✧ PE16/115
ondoir(en) [← ondo] dative ✧ PE16/115
peltaksir ← peltas dative ✧ PE14/44
pilindir ← pilin dative ✧ PE14/73
pilindir [← pilin] dative ✧ PE16/112
pilindir [← pilin] dative ✧ PE16/115
polir [← pole] dative ✧ PE16/111
[pund]uir [← pundo] dative ✧ PE16/111
sinqir ← sinqe dative ✧ PE14/44
sinqir ← sinqe dative ✧ PE14/74
sinqir [← sinqe] dative ✧ PE16/111
tantarélir ← tantare dative ✧ PE14/73
telkolir [← telko] dative ✧ PE16/112
tyaliélir [← tyalie] dative ✧ PE16/112
tyaliélir [← tyalie] dative ✧ PE16/115
i aldas “the trees” [← alda] definite ✧ LT1/85
kalma̹lion ← kalma genitive ✧ PE14/43
kalma̹lion ← kalma genitive ✧ PE14/73
karion [← kas] genitive ✧ PE16/112
kari [← kas] genitive ✧ PE16/115
kiryalion [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE16/112
kiryalion [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE16/115
kiryaion [← kirya] genitive ✧ PE16/115
eldalion “elves” [← Elda] genitive ✧ PE14/50
Eldalion “of ... elves” [← Elda] genitive ✧ PE14/83
lamnion ← lama genitive ✧ PE14/44
lamnion ← lama genitive ✧ PE14/74
mallion [← malle] genitive ✧ PE16/112
[mall]elion [← malle] genitive ✧ PE16/112
mallion [← malle] genitive ✧ PE16/115
mallelion [← malle] genitive ✧ PE16/115
malwion ← malo genitive ✧ PE14/44
malwion ← malo genitive ✧ PE14/74
malwion [← malo²] genitive ✧ PE16/111
maluion [← malo²] genitive ✧ PE16/111
Nautaron [← nauka] genitive ✧ PE15/15
nengion [← nen²] genitive ✧ PE16/112
nengion [← nen²] genitive ✧ PE16/115
nerion “men” [← ner] genitive ✧ PE14/84
nerion [← ner] genitive ✧ PE16/111
ondo̦lion ← ondo genitive ✧ PE14/73
ondolion [← ondo] genitive ✧ PE16/111
ondolion [← ondo] genitive ✧ PE16/115
ondoion [← ondo] genitive ✧ PE16/115
peltaksion ← peltas genitive ✧ PE14/44
pili̦ndion ← pilin genitive ✧ PE14/73
pilindion [← pilin] genitive ✧ PE16/112
pilindion [← pilin] genitive ✧ PE16/115
polion [← pole] genitive ✧ PE16/111
[pund]uvion [← pundo] genitive ✧ PE16/111
[pund]uion [← pundo] genitive ✧ PE16/111
sinqion ← sinqe genitive ✧ PE14/44
sinqion ← sinqe genitive ✧ PE14/74
sinqion [← sinqe] genitive ✧ PE16/111
sinqilion [← sinqe] genitive ✧ PE16/111
tantarélion ← tantare genitive ✧ PE14/73
telkolion [← telko] genitive ✧ PE16/112
tyaliélion [← tyalie] genitive ✧ PE16/112
tyaliélion [← tyalie] genitive ✧ PE16/115
alainen “upon wings” [← #ala²] instrumental ✧ PE16/62
äläinen [← #ala²] instrumental ✧ PE16/72
álainen [← #ala²] instrumental ✧ PE16/76
kalmainen “in the lights” [← kalma] instrumental ✧ MC/216
kalmalínen “with ... lights” [← kalma] instrumental ✧ MC/220
kalmalínen [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/57
kalmalínen [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/60
kalmalínen “with (or in) ... lights” [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/62
kalmaliinen [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/72
kalmalínen [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/74
kalmaliinen [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/77
kalmainen “in the lights” [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/100
kalmainen [← kalma] instrumental ✧ PE16/104
karínen [← kas] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
kiryalínen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
kiryalínen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE16/115
kiryainen [← kirya] instrumental ✧ PE16/115
falmarínen “with waves” [← falmar] instrumental ✧ MC/220
falmarínen [← falmar] instrumental ✧ PE16/60
falmarínen “with foamcrests” [← falmar] instrumental ✧ PE16/62
falmariinen [← falmar] instrumental ✧ PE16/72
falmarínen [← falmar] instrumental ✧ PE16/74
falmariinen [← falmar] instrumental ✧ PE16/77
mallelínen [← malle] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
mallínen [← malle] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
mallelínen [← malle] instrumental ✧ PE16/115
mallínen [← malle] instrumental ✧ PE16/115
nengínen [← nen²] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
ondolínen [← ondo] instrumental ✧ PE16/115
pilindínen [← pilin] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
pilindínen [← pilin] instrumental ✧ PE16/115
ranainen [← Rána] instrumental ✧ PE16/64
talalínen “on wings” [← tala²] instrumental ✧ MC/213
talalínen “with the sails” [← tala²] instrumental ✧ MC/216
talaliinen [← tala²] instrumental ✧ PE16/77
talalínen “with the sails” [← tala²] instrumental ✧ PE16/100
talaliinen [← tala²] instrumental ✧ PE16/104
telkolínen [← telko] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
tyalielínen [← tyalie] instrumental ✧ PE16/112
tyalielínen [← tyalie] instrumental ✧ PE16/115
alkarissen “in the ... rays of light” [← alka] locative ✧ MC/221
alkarissen [← alka] locative ✧ PE16/74
alkarissen [← alka] locative ✧ PE16/77
kassisse(n) [← kas] locative ✧ PE14/78
kassisse “on the ... peaks” [← kas] locative ✧ PE14/78
kiryalissen [← kirya] locative ✧ PE16/115
kiryaisen [← kirya] locative ✧ PE16/115
ailissen “upon the ... beaches” [← ailin²] locative ✧ MC/221
ailinisse “upon the ... shore” [← ailin²] locative ✧ MC/221
ailinisse “upon the ... shore” [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/62
ailisse [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/62
ailinisse [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/62
äilisse [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/72
äilinisse [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/72
ailissen [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/74
ailinisse [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/74
ailinissen [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/77
ailinissen [← ailin²] locative ✧ PE16/77
laivarisse [← laivar] locative ✧ PE16/77
mallissen [← malle] locative ✧ PE16/115
mallísen [← malle] locative ✧ PE16/115
ondolissen “on the ... rocks” [← ondo] locative ✧ MC/214
ondoisen “upon the rocks” [← ondo] locative ✧ MC/221
ondoisen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/57
ondoisen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/60
ondoisen “upon the ... rocks” [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/62
ondoise [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/65
öndöisen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/72
ondoisen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/74
ondolissen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/77
ondolissen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/115
ondoisen [← ondo] locative ✧ PE16/115
pilindissen “on the arrows” [← pilin] locative ✧ PE14/47
pilindissen “on the arrows” [← pilin] locative ✧ PE14/79
pilindissen [← pilin] locative ✧ PE16/115
[pilind]isten [← pilin] locative ✧ PE16/115
tyalielissen [← tyalie] locative ✧ PE16/115
assari “on bones” [← as] locative r-locative ✧ MC/214
kalmalin [← kalma] nominative ✧ PE16/111
karin [← kas] nominative ✧ PE16/112
karin [← kas] nominative ✧ PE16/115
kiryalin [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE16/112
kiryalin [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE16/115
kiryain [← kirya] nominative ✧ PE16/115
falmain [← falma] nominative ✧ PE16/57
falmain [← falma] nominative ✧ PE16/59
lasselin “leaves” [← lasse] nominative ✧ PE16/75
maiwin “gulls” [← máwe] nominative ✧ MC/213
mallin [← malle] nominative ✧ PE16/112
mallelin [← malle] nominative ✧ PE16/112
mallin [← malle] nominative ✧ PE16/115
mallelin [← malle] nominative ✧ PE16/115
malwin [← malo²] nominative ✧ PE16/111
maluvin [← malo²] nominative ✧ PE16/111
kantelélin [← kantele] nominative ✧ PE16/111
nengin [← nen²] nominative ✧ PE16/112
nengin [← nen²] nominative ✧ PE16/115
nerin [← ner] nominative ✧ PE16/111
ondolin “the rocks” [← ondo] nominative ✧ MC/220
ondoin “rocks” [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE16/62
öndöin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE16/72
ondoin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE16/74
ondoin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE16/77
ondolin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE16/111
ondolin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE16/115
ondoin [← ondo] nominative ✧ PE16/115
ornin [← orne] nominative ✧ PE16/80
pilindin [← pilin] nominative ✧ PE16/112
pilindin [← pilin] nominative ✧ PE16/115
polin [← pole] nominative ✧ PE16/111
[pund]uin [← pundo] nominative ✧ PE16/111
sinqin [← sinqe] nominative ✧ PE16/111
sinqilin [← sinqe] nominative ✧ PE16/111
surussin [← súru] nominative ✧ PE16/57
surussin [← súru] nominative ✧ PE16/60
tálin “feet” [← tala¹] nominative ✧ MC/216
talain [← tala²] nominative ✧ PE16/77
tavárin [← tavar] nominative ✧ PE16/80
telkolin [← telko] nominative ✧ PE16/112
tyaliélin [← tyalie] nominative ✧ PE16/112
tyaliélin [← tyalie] nominative ✧ PE16/115
tyulmin “masts” [← tyulma] nominative ✧ MC/216
tyulmin “masts” [← tyulma] nominative ✧ PE16/100
tjulmin [← tyulma] nominative ✧ PE16/104
wingildin “foam-like” [← wingil] nominative ✧ MC/216
wingildin “foam-maidens” [← wingil] nominative ✧ MC/216
wingildin “foam-maidens” [← wingil] nominative ✧ PE16/100
vingildin [← wingil] nominative ✧ PE16/104
kiryalindon [← kirya] similative ✧ PE16/115
lasselindon “like leaves” [← lasse] similative ✧ MC/213
lasselindon “like leaves” [← lasse] similative ✧ MC/220
lasselindon “like leaves” [← lasse] similative ✧ PE16/62
lässelindon [← lasse] similative ✧ PE16/72
lasselindon [← lasse] similative ✧ PE16/74
lasselindon [← lasse] similative ✧ PE16/77
mallindon [← malle] similative ✧ PE16/115
ondolindon [← ondo] similative ✧ PE16/115
pilindindon [← pilin] similative ✧ PE16/115
tinwelindon “like stars” [← tinwe] similative ✧ MC/213
tinwelindon “like stars” [← tinwe] similative ✧ MC/220
tinwelindon “like stars” [← tinwe] similative ✧ PE16/62
tinvelindon [← tinwe] similative ✧ PE16/72
tinwelindon [← tinwe] similative ✧ PE16/74
tinwelindon [← tinwe] similative ✧ PE16/77
tyalielindon [← tyalie] similative ✧ PE16/115

Reference ✧ PE16/115

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