ᴱQ. mára mesta an ni véla tye ento, ya rato nea “good-bye until I see you next, and I hope it will be soon”

⚠️ᴱQ. mára mesta an ni véla tye ento, ya rato nëa, “good-bye until I see you next, and I hope it will be soon”
This is a sentence in the “Arctic” language written in a supposed letter from Santa from Tolkien to his children in 1929. In form, it resembles the Quenya of this time period, and most scholars consider it an example of that language, though perhaps somewhat simplified. @@@

Reference ✧ LFC/30 ✧ Mára mesta an ni véla tye ento, ya rato nea. “Good-bye until I see you next, and I hope it will be soon”

Elements

mára¹ “mighty, power[ful], doughty; good, excellent, useful (of things)” ✧ LFC/30
mesta “bye” ✧ LFC/30
an(a) “to(wards); until” ✧ LFC/30 (an)
ni¹ “I; 1st sg. pronoun” ✧ LFC/30
véla “to see” ✧ LFC/30
tye² “you” ✧ LFC/30
ento “next” ✧ LFC/30
ya(n) “and” ✧ LFC/30 (ya)
rato “soon” ✧ LFC/30
nea “it is, yes” ✧ LFC/30