Q. possessive-adjectival grammar.

Q. possessive-adjectival grammar.
Examples (possessive-adjectival)
andamacilwa “of the Long Sword” [← #andamacil] arquen andamacilwa ✧ PE17/147
andamacilba [← #andamacil] ✧ PE17/147
kiryava “of the ship” [← cirya¹] i tyulma kiryava ✧ PE21/80
ciryava ← cirya ✧ Plotz/10
Eldava “Elf’s” [← Elda] ✧ WJ/407
Eldaliéva “of the Eldalië” [← Eldalië] Mindon Eldaliéva ✧ SI/Mindon Eldaliéva
eldarinwa “Elvish” [← Eldarin] aleldarinwa ✧ PE22/156
Eldarinwa “of ... Elvish” [← Eldarin] Essekenta Eldarinwa ✧ WJ/359
Fëanoreva “Feanorian” [← Fëanáro] Fëanoreva Tengwasse ✧ PE22/149
Follondiéva “of the North-harbourage” ← Follondië Turmen Follondiéva ✧ PE17/28
Hyallondiéva “of the South-harbourage” ← Hyallondië Turmen Hyallondiéva ✧ PE17/28
Ingoldova “Ingoldo’s” ← Ingoldo Ñoldo-quentasta Ingoldova ✧ VT39/16
lasseva ← lasse ✧ Plotz/20
miruvóreva “of ... mead” [← miruvórë] mi oromardi lissë miruvóreva ✧ LotR/377
miruvóreva “of ... miruvóre” [← miruvórë] ✧ PE17/64
miruvoreva “of miruvore” [← miruvórë] ✧ PE17/64
miruvoreva [← miruvórë] ✧ PE17/76
miruvōreva “of ... mead” [← miruvórë] mi oromardi lisse-miruvōreva ✧ RGEO/58
miruvōre-va “nectar-of” [← miruvórë] lisse miruvōre-va mī oro-mardi ✧ RGEO/58
Noldorinwa [← Noldorin] ✧ PE17/126
Ñoldorinwa “of the Noldor” [← Noldorin] quentale Ñoldorinwa ✧ VT39/16
Noldorinwa [← Noldorin] Quenta Noldorinwa ✧ WJ/27
Ondolunkava “stonewain” ← #Ondolunka Nand’ Ondolunkava ✧ PE17/28
Oroméva “Orome’s” ← Orome róma Oroméva ✧ WJ/368
Oroméva “Orome’s” ← Orome ✧ WJ/368
Oroméva “of Oromë” [← Oromë] alkar Oroméva ✧ WJ/369
quenderinwa [← Quenderin] ve quenderinwa koainen ✧ PE17/174
Qenderinwa [← Quenderin] ✧ PE18/8
Qenderinwa [← Quenderin] ✧ PE18/71
rómenwa ← Rómen ✧ PE17/59
romeva ← Róme ✧ PE17/59
sindarinwa “Grey-elven” [← Sindarin] hwesta sindarinwa ✧ LotR/1123
táríva “of the queen” ← tári lírinen ómo i·aire táríva ✧ PE17/76
telerinwa [← Telerin] losselie telerinwa ✧ PE16/96
tyalieva [← tyalië] mar vanwa tyalieva ✧ PE17/64
Tyaliéva “of mirth” [← tyalië] Mar Tyaliéva, Mar Vanwa Tyaliéva ✧ PE21/80
Ulmóva “Ulmo’s” [← Ulmo] ✧ PE21/80
Valarinwa [← Valarin] Lambe Valarinwa ✧ WJ/397
Valinóreva “of Valinor” [← Valinórë] Nurtalë Valinóreva ✧ S/102
ciryalíva [← cirya¹] partitive-plural Aran linta ciryalíva ✧ PE17/147
ciryalíva ← cirya partitive-plural ✧ Plotz/10
Eldaiva “of the Eldar” [← Elda] plural lambe Eldaiva ✧ WJ/369
Eldaiva “Elves’” ← Eldava (possessive-adjectival) plural ✧ WJ/407
quenderinwe “of Elvish-kind” [← Quenderin] plural Valar ar Maiar fantaner nassentar fanainen ve quenderinwe koaron, ve quenderinwe koaron ✧ PE17/174
quenderinwe “Elvish” [← Quenderin] plural Valar ar Maiar fantaner nassentar fanainen ve quenderinwe koar al larmar ✧ PE17/175
Eldaive “of the Eldar” [← Elda] plural adj-agreement i arani Eldaive ✧ WJ/369

References ✧ PE21/79; WJ/368-369

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ᴹQ. possessive-adjectival grammar.

Examples (possessive-adjectival)
[ahtu]mātuva [← ahtumat] ✧ PE21/37
[ahtu]mattuva [← ahtumat] ✧ PE21/37
[Ala]karuva [← Alakaru] ✧ PE21/41
Alaryauva [← Alari] ✧ PE21/41
amanwa [← aman] ✧ PE21/34
amborwa [← ambor] ✧ PE21/33
andulwa [← andul] ✧ PE21/34
aratya [← arat] ✧ PE21/35
aritya [← arat] ✧ PE21/35
[Astul]ahtuva [← Astulat] ✧ PE21/37
[Astul]ahtya [← Astulat] ✧ PE21/37
kalionduva [← Kalion] ✧ PE21/37
[kalm]uva [← kalma] ✧ PE21/52
karwa [← kas¹] ✧ PE21/22
kíryăvă ← kíryā ✧ PE19/60
kiryava [← kirya] ✧ PE21/4
kiryava [← kirya] ✧ PE21/46
kiryava “of a ship” [← kirya] i sorasta kiryava ✧ PE21/69
kiryava “of a ship” [← kirya] kiryava karie ✧ PE22/120
[Koiv]ienenwa [← Kuiviénen] ✧ PE21/36
[Koiv]ienénuva [← Kuiviénen] ✧ PE21/36
[Earend]ilwa [← Earendel] ✧ PE21/34
[Earend]elwa [← Earendel] ✧ PE21/34
falmarinwa [← Falmarin] ✧ PE21/36
fassuva [← fas] ✧ PE21/26
filitya [← filet] ✧ PE21/35
filíqa [← filit] ✧ PE21/52
[Fin]wéva [← Finwe] ✧ PE21/41
hahtuva [← hat] ✧ PE21/27
helimya [← helen] ✧ PE21/34
hóva [← ] ✧ PE21/38
honwa [← hón] ✧ PE21/23
homuva [← hón] ✧ PE21/23
humuva [← hón] ✧ PE21/23
homuva [← hón] ✧ PE21/52
homba [← hón] ✧ PE21/52
Huinéva ← huine Taure Huinéva ✧ Ety/PHUY
hunwa [← hún] ✧ PE21/24
ildumáva [← ilduma] ✧ PE21/4
ildumáva [← ilduma] ✧ PE21/42
ildumáva [← ilduma] ✧ PE21/46
[kaima]sambuva [← kaimasan] ✧ PE21/37
kandava [← #kanda] ✧ PE19/60
[kel]utya [← kelut] ✧ PE21/35
untamóva [← untamo] ✧ PE21/5
untamóva [← untamo] ✧ PE21/48
lamnuva [← laman] ✧ PE21/28
lam(n)uva [← laman] ✧ PE21/28
lambeva [← lambe] ✧ PE21/9
lambea [← lambe] ✧ PE21/9
lasseva [← lasse] ✧ PE21/6
lasseva [← lasse] ✧ PE21/6
lassea [← lasse] ✧ PE21/9
lasseva [← lasse] ✧ PE21/47
lestua [← lesto] ✧ PE21/12
lestuva [← lesto] ✧ PE21/12
lepsuva [← let] ✧ PE21/26
lindeva [← linde²] ✧ PE21/10
[Lungu]máva [← Lunguma] ✧ PE21/41
máva [← má¹] ✧ PE21/40
maia [← má¹] ✧ PE21/40
máva [← †má²] ✧ PE21/38
maluva [← mál] ✧ PE21/24
malleva [← malle] ✧ PE21/44
[mal]uva [← malo²] ✧ PE21/12
maluva [← malo²] ✧ PE21/12
[mard]uva [← mar] ✧ PE21/27
mintyeva [← mintye] ✧ PE21/44
kanteléva [← kantele] ✧ PE21/44
nēnuva [← nén] ✧ PE21/23
nenwa [← nén] ✧ PE21/23
ninguva [← nin] ✧ PE21/26
nerwa [← nér] ✧ PE21/20
neruva [← nér] ✧ PE21/21
neruva [← nér] ✧ PE21/52
nerwa [← nér] ✧ PE21/52
nieva [← nie] ✧ PE21/7
[nild]uva [← nil] ✧ PE21/26
Núva [← ] ✧ PE21/38
oiwia [← oio] ✧ PE21/12
oiwea [← oio] ✧ PE21/12
olarwa [← olar] ✧ PE21/33
olaruva [← olar] ✧ PE21/33
ondova [← ondo] ✧ PE21/5
Oroméva [← Orome] ✧ PE21/41
orumya [← oron] ✧ PE21/34
péva [← ] ✧ PE21/38
[pel]taksuva [← peltas] ✧ PE21/37
pilinduva [← pilin] ✧ PE21/36
pilindya [← pilin] ✧ PE21/36
pilinduva [← pilin] ✧ PE21/52
[pilin]wa [← pilin] ✧ PE21/52
poliva [← pole] ✧ PE21/13
poliva [← pole] ✧ PE21/13
qelitya [← qelet] ✧ PE21/35
qenduva [← Qen] ✧ PE21/25
Qenderinwa [← Qenderin] ✧ PE18/23
qenyava [← Qenya] ✧ PE22/14
pilenwa [← pilen] ✧ PE21/34
qilirwa [← qilir] ✧ PE21/34
ríva [← ] ✧ PE21/38
sangava [← sanga] ✧ PE21/42
sorunwa [← soron] ✧ PE21/34
sutya [← sút] ✧ PE21/24
talwa [← tál] ✧ PE21/21
taluva [← tál] ✧ PE21/22
talatya [← talat] ✧ PE21/35
[Tamp]ióva [← Tampio] ✧ PE21/41
táríva [← tári] ✧ PE21/14
telkuva [← telko] ✧ PE21/12
pelkova [← telko] ✧ PE21/48
teluméva [← telume] ✧ PE21/7
telumettuva [← telumet] ✧ PE21/37
telumehtuva [← telumet] ✧ PE21/37
tetuva [← tet(ta)] ✧ PE21/24
téva [← tie] ✧ PE21/40
[Tinúv]ielwa [← Tinúviel] ✧ PE21/35
tóva [← ] ✧ PE21/40
tunduva [← tundo] ✧ PE21/9
tundova [← tundo] ✧ PE21/9
[tund]uva [← tundo] ✧ PE21/11
tyaliéva [← tyalie] ✧ PE21/7
tyaliéva [← tyalie] ✧ PE21/44
tyaliéva [← tyalie] ✧ PE21/47
tyaliéva ← tyalie mar vanwa tyaliéva ✧ PE21/69
tyaliēva ← tyalie ✧ PE21/69
tyueva [← tyue] ✧ PE21/7
Ulmṓva ← Úlmō ✧ PE19/60
[Vali]nóruva [← Valinor] ✧ PE21/36
veanerwa [← veaner²] ✧ PE21/36
verúva [← veru¹] ✧ PE21/15
yatya [← yat²] ✧ PE21/24
kiryahta [← kirya] dual ✧ PE21/4
lassehta [← lasse] dual ✧ PE21/6
ondohta [← ondo] dual ✧ PE21/5
tariuhta [← tári] dual ✧ PE21/14
taríhta [← tári] dual ✧ PE21/14
[tund]uhta [← tundo] dual ✧ PE21/11
amaldum(el)inwa [← #amaldume] plural ✧ PE21/7
[kalm]íva [← kalma] plural ✧ PE21/52
karinwa [← kas¹] plural ✧ PE21/22
kiryalinwa [← kirya] plural ✧ PE21/4
kiryaiva [← kirya] plural ✧ PE21/46
[kiry]alíva [← kirya] plural ✧ PE21/46
hominwa [← hón] plural ✧ PE21/23
ildumalinwa [← ilduma] plural ✧ PE21/4
untamolinwa [← untamo] plural ✧ PE21/5
lamninwa [← laman] plural ✧ PE21/28
lasselinwa [← lasse] plural ✧ PE21/6
lassíva [← lasse] plural ✧ PE21/47
lepsinwa [← let] plural ✧ PE21/26
mallíva [← malle] plural ✧ PE21/45
nerinwa [← nér] plural ✧ PE21/20
neríva [← nér] plural ✧ PE21/52
ondolinwa [← ondo] plural ✧ PE21/5
qendinwa [← Qen] plural ✧ PE21/25
laitelinwa [← laite] plural ✧ PE21/7
sangalíva [← sanga] plural ✧ PE21/42
sangaiva [← sanga] plural ✧ PE21/43
talinwa [← tál] plural ✧ PE21/21
tárilinwa [← tári] plural ✧ PE21/14
pelkoiva [← telko] plural ✧ PE21/48
teluminwa [← telume] plural ✧ PE21/7
tyalielinwa [← tyalie] plural ✧ PE21/7
tyaliaiva [← tyalie] plural ✧ PE21/47
verulinwa [← veru¹] plural ✧ PE21/15
yakinwa [← yat²] plural ✧ PE21/24
Examples (adjectival)

References ✧ PE21/3, 50-51, 59, 69; PE22/120

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ᴱQ. adjectival grammar.

Examples (adjectival)
ambostuva [← ambos] unlunke naiqe yu vaile·na ar elle ha men ambostuva ✧ PE16/146
kalmea [← kalma] ✧ PE16/113
karíte [← kas] ✧ PE16/113
karya [← kas] ✧ PE16/113
kiryaite [← kirya] ✧ PE16/113
kiryăva [← kirya] ✧ PE16/113
kiryea [← kirya] ✧ PE16/113
kūva [← ] kūva lunde (silmea) ✧ QL/56
kulūva [← kulu] ✧ PE14/71
mallíte [← malle] ✧ PE16/113
mallĕva [← malle] ✧ PE16/113
mallea [← malle] ✧ PE16/113
nengíte [← nen²] ✧ PE16/113
nengwa [← nen²] ✧ PE16/113
nendya [← nen²] ✧ PE16/113
neríte [← ner] ✧ PE16/113
nerya [← ner] ✧ PE16/113
ondoite [← ondo] ✧ PE16/113
ondŏva [← ondo] ✧ PE16/113
ondua [← ondo] ✧ PE16/113
pilindíte [← pilin] ✧ PE16/113
pilinya [← pilin] ✧ PE16/113
telkŏva [← telko] ✧ PE16/113
telerinwa “of ... Elfland” [← Telerin] losselie telerinwa ✧ MC/216
telerinwa “of Elfin kindred” [← Telerin] qant’ i lie telerinwa ✧ PE16/90
telerinwa [← Telerin] losselie telerinwa ✧ PE16/92
Tyaliéva ← Tyalië Mar Vanwa Tyaliéva ✧ LT1A/Mar Vanwa Tyaliéva
tyaliéva “in play, playful” ← tyalie Mar Vanwa Tyaliéva ✧ PE14/47
tyaliéva “to do with play, playful, in play” [← tyalie] mar vanwa·tyaliéva ✧ PE14/79
tyaliēva “playful” ← tyalie ✧ PE15/76
tyaliaite [← tyalie] ✧ PE16/113
tyaliéva [← tyalie] ✧ PE16/113
úlea “butter” [← úle] masta úlea ✧ PE16/141
valinoriva ← Valinor Toros valinoriva ✧ LT1/85
eldalluva “from the elves” [← Elda] ablative i·ner·eldalluva ✧ PE14/47
eldalluva “from the elves” [← Elda] ablative i·ner eldalluva ✧ PE14/79
kaimalluva [← kaima] ablative ✧ PE15/78
kiryassea “that is on board a ship” [← kirya] locative ✧ PE14/79
kiryalinya [← kirya] plural ✧ PE16/115
[kirya]linwa [← kirya] plural ✧ PE16/115
Kuruvar ← kuru plural Tolli Kuruvar ✧ LT1A/Tolli Kuruvar
pilindinya [← pilin] plural ✧ PE16/115
[pilind]inwa [← pilin] plural ✧ PE16/115
pilindyinya [← pilin] plural ✧ PE16/115

References ✧ PE14/47, 79; PE16/115

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