ᴹQ. Kalaqendi coll. “*Light Elves”

ᴹQ. Kalaquendi, coll. “*Light Elves”
See Q. Calaquendi for discussion.

References ✧ Ety/KAL; LR/197; LRI; PE19/29

Glosses

Variations

Inflections

Kalaqendi plural “Light-elves” ✧ LR/197

Elements

kala “light” ✧ Ety/KAL
Qende “Elf” plural

Element In

Cognates


ᴹQ. Kalamor coll. “Light-elves”

A name for the “Light-elves” appearing in linguistic notes and the Etymologies from the 1930s (LR/197, KAL/ID). It seems to be a combination of kala “light” and the plural of the agental suffix -mo. Note that this form was incorrectly marked as Noldorin in the Etymologies as published in the Lost Road (EtyAC/KAL).

See Q. Calaquendi for further discussion.

References ✧ Ety/KAL; EtyAC/KAL; LR/197; LRI

Glosses

Changes

Elements

kala “light” ✧ Ety/KAL
#-mo “agental suffix” plural ✧ Ety/KAL (#-mo)

ᴹQ. Kalion pn. “Son of Light, Valinorian Elda”

The name ᴱQ. Kalmaliondo appeared in the Early Qenya Grammar (PE14/75), apparently a later variant of of kalmar. It is a combination of kalma “light” and the patronymic suffix -ion, and illustrates how that suffix sometimes incorporates the pluralizer -li. In somewhat later writings from the early 1930s, this word appeared as kalion “Valinorian Elda, ‘son of light’” (PE21/33).

See Q. Calaquendi for further discussion.

References ✧ PE21/33, 36-37

Glosses

Variations

Inflections

[kali]ondyo ablative ✧ PE21/36
[kali]onulo ablative ✧ PE21/36
kaliondullo ablative ✧ PE21/37
kalionda accusative ✧ PE21/37
[kali]ondata allative ✧ PE21/36
[kali]onta allative ✧ PE21/36
kaliondanta allative ✧ PE21/37
kaliondonta allative ✧ PE21/37
kaliondanen instrumental ✧ PE21/37
†[kali]onwen instrumental ✧ PE21/36
kalion nominative ✧ PE21/37
kalionduva possessive-adjectival ✧ PE21/37
kaliondanon similative ✧ PE21/37

Elements

ᴹ✶k’lā “light” ✧ PE21/37 (kalĭ)
ᴹ✶yondō “son” ✧ PE21/37 (ı̯ondō)

ᴱQ. Kalmaliondo pn. “Son of Light”

See ᴹQ. Kalion for discussion.

References ✧ PE14/75

Variations

Inflections

Kalmaliondi plural “sons of Light” ✧ PE14/75

Elements

kalma “(day)light; candle”
-ion “-son” ✧ PE14/75 (-iond-)

ᴱQ. kalmar (kalmarn-) n. “child of light”

References ✧ PME/44; QL/44

Glosses

Variations

Inflections

kalmarn- stem ✧ QL/44

Derivations

Phonetic Developments

ᴱ√KALA > kalmar [galmarn] > [kalmarn] > [kalmar] ✧ QL/44