N. Uiar m. “Ulmo”
Conceptual Development: In the Gnomish Lexicon from the 1910s, his name was given as G. Gulma (GL/18, 43), but appears as Ulm or Ulum in “Official Name List” for the Lost Tales (PE13/101). In the Lays of Beleriand from the 1920s, his name was first given as Gulma but was revised to ᴱN. Ylmir (LB/93), a form that reappeared in the earliest Silmarillion drafts (SM/13).
References ✧ Ety/LEP, ULU, WAY
|ᴹ✶wā́yārō̆/Vā́yārō̆ > Uiar||[wājāro] > [wājaro] > [wājar] > [wǭjar] > [wǭiar] > [wuiar] > [uiar]||✧ Ety/WAY|
ᴱN. Ylmir m.
References ✧ LB/93; LBI/Gulma, Ylmir; SM/13; SMI
G. Gulma m.
References ✧ GL/18, 22, 38, 43; LB/93; LBI; LT1A/Uin, Ulmo; LT2A/Ulmonan; PE13/101; PE14/12
|ᴱ√dyulu > Gulma||[dʲulmā] > [gulmā] > [gulma]||✧ GL/38|