Q. Mirroanwi coll. “Incarnates”

Q. Mirroanwi, coll. “Incarnates”

A term for those (Men and Elves) with naturally embodied spirits (MR/315, VT39/23). It contains the word mi “in” and hroa “body”, but the meaning of the final element of the word is obscure. Several rejected forms of this name (Mirruyainar, Mirroyainar) also appeared (MR/326).

Conceptual Development: In earlier writings, the word Fairondi is used for “Incarnates” (PE17/124).

References ✧ MR/315, 326, 350; MRI/Mirröanwi; VT39/23

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#mirroanwë “incarnate”

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Q. Fairondi coll. “Incarnates”

A term for those (Men and Elves) with naturally embodied spirits (PE17/124). It contains the word fairë “spirit”, but the meaning of the final element of the word is obscure. In later writings, the word Mirroanwi (MR/315) is used for “Incarnates”.

Reference ✧ PE17/124 ✧ fairondi “Incarnates”

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fairë “spirit (disembodied), phantom; †radiance” ✧ PE17/124
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