Q. possessive pronouns grammar.

Q. possessive pronouns grammar.

Examples (1st-sg-poss)
em(en)ya [← amil(lë)] ✧ VT47/26
emil(inya) [← amil(lë)] ✧ VT47/26
aranya [← aran] ✧ UT/193
Atarinya [← atar¹] ✧ UT/186
Atarinya [← atar¹] ✧ UT/273
at(an)ya [← atar¹] ✧ VT47/26
atar(inya) [← atar¹] ✧ VT47/26
hinanya “my child” ← hina ✧ WJ/403
lambenya “my tongue” [← lambë] ✧ PE17/46
mastanya “my bread” [← masta] ✧ PE22/162
meldenya “*my friend” [← #meldë] ✧ VT49/40
meldonya “*my friend” [← #meldo] ✧ VT49/40
omentie(n)nya ← omen-tië(n) ✧ PE17/58
órenya “my heart” [← órë¹] ✧ VT41/11
ōrenya “my heart” [← órë¹] ✧ VT41/13
Tarinya [← tári] ✧ UT/179
tatanya [← #tata] ✧ UT/191
tyenya “dear kinsman, (lit.) my tye” ← tye ✧ VT49/51
hinya “my child” ← hinanya (1st-sg-poss) assimilated ✧ WJ/403
Hildinyar “my heirs” [← #hildë] plural ✧ LotR/967
Hildinyar “my heirs” ← hildi plural ✧ PE17/103
hildinyar [← #hildë] plural ✧ PE22/147

Examples (2nd-sg-polite-poss)
aranielya “*thy kingdom” [← #aranië] ✧ VT43/15
túrindielya “*thy kingdom” [← #túrindië] ✧ VT43/15
turindielya “*thy kingdom” [← #túrindië] ✧ VT43/15
turinastalya “*thy kingdom” [← #túrinasta] ✧ VT43/15
túrinastalya “*thy kingdom” [← #túrinasta] ✧ VT43/15
esselya “*thy name” [← essë¹] ✧ VT43/14
indómelya “*thy will” [← indómë] ✧ VT43/16
Meletyalya “your mighty” [← melehta] ✧ WJ/369
mendelya “*thy will” [← #mendë] ✧ VT43/15
onnalya “*your child” [← onna] ✧ VT49/42
Vanimalda “thou beautiful” [← vanimalda] ✧ PE17/190
vanimalda [← vanimalda] ✧ WJ/369
Ortírielyanne [← #ortírië] allative ✧ VT44/5
Ortírielyanna “*to thy patronage” [← #ortírië] allative ✧ VT44/7
parma-restalyanna “*upon your book-fair” [← #parma-resta] allative ✧ VT49/39
restalyanna [← resta] allative ✧ VT49/39
tielyanna “upon your path” [← tië] allative ✧ UT/22
mónalyo “*of thy womb” [← #móna] genitive ✧ VT43/31
carvalyo “*of thy womb” [← #carva] genitive ✧ VT43/31
karitalya(s) “your doing (it)” [← car-] particular-infinitive with-sg-object ✧ PE22/154
karitalya(s) “your doing (it)” [← car-] particular-infinitive with-sg-object ✧ VT41/17
karitalya(s) “your doing (it)” [← car-] particular-infinitive with-sg-object ✧ VT42/33

Examples (3rd-sg-poss)
Aratarya “her sublimity” [← arata] ✧ WJ/369
Aratarya [← arata] ✧ WJI/Varda
köarya “the house of him” [← coa] ✧ WJ/369
koivierya “*his/her life” [← coiv(i)ë] ✧ VT49/42
mā-rya “her hand” ←  ✧ PE17/69
márya “his hand” [← ] ✧ PE22/160
ōma-rya “her voice” ← óma ✧ PE17/67
koaryanna “his house” [← coa] allative ✧ VT49/23
híniryannar “*to his children” [← hína] allative plural ✧ VT44/35
kambeya “his hand” [← #cambë] colloquial-possessive ✧ VT49/17
makilya “his (or their) sword” [← macil] colloquial-possessive ✧ PE17/130
talya “his foot” [← tál] colloquial-possessive ✧ PE17/130
talya “his hand” ← tāl colloquial-possessive ✧ VT49/17
yulmaya “his cup” [← yulma] colloquial-possessive ✧ VT49/17
máryat “her hands” [← ] dual ✧ LotR/377
máryat “her two hands” ←  dual ✧ PE17/69
mārya-t “her (two) hands” ← mā-rya (3rd-sg-poss) dual ✧ PE17/69
má-rya-t “her two hands” [← ] dual ✧ PE17/130
má-rya-t “her two hands” [← ] dual ✧ PE17/135
mā́ryat “her hands” [← ] dual ✧ RGEO/58
mā-rya-t “hands-her-two” [← ] dual ✧ RGEO/59
má-ya-t “her two hands” [← ] dual colloquial-possessive ✧ PE17/130
ómaryo “of her voice” [← óma] genitive ✧ LotR/377
ōmaryō “of her voice” ← óma genitive ✧ PE17/67
ómaryo [← óma] genitive ✧ PE17/76
ómaryo [← óma] genitive ✧ PM/364
ṑmáryo “of her voice” [← óma] genitive ✧ RGEO/58
ōma-ryo “voice-hers” [← óma] genitive ✧ RGEO/59
óma-yo “of her voice” [← óma] genitive colloquial-possessive ✧ PE17/130
lintieryanen “with his speed” [← lintië] instrumental ✧ PE17/58
lintiĕrya(nen) “with his swiftness” ← lintie instrumental ✧ PE17/59
súmaryasse “in her ... bosom” ← súma locative ✧ MC/222

Examples (1st-pl-exclusive-poss)
Ataremma “*Our Father” [← atar¹] ✧ VT43/13
Átaremma “*Our Father” [← atar¹] ✧ VT43/13
massamma “*our bread” [← #massa] ✧ VT43/18
mastamma “*our bread” [← masta] ✧ VT43/18
Mélamarimma “Our Home” ← mélamar ✧ PE17/109
rocindillomman “*[from our] debtors, those who trespasses” [← #rocindë] ablative plural possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
rucindillomman “*[from our] debtors, those who trespasses” [← #rocindë] ablative plural possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
lucandollommar [← #lucindo] ablative plural possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
lucindillomman [← #lucindo] ablative plural possessive-second ✧ VT43/20
fíriemmo “*of our death” [← #fírië] genitive ✧ VT43/34
effíriemmo “*of our death” [← #fírië] genitive ✧ VT43/34
omentielmo [← omentië] genitive ✧ PE17/130
omentielmo [← omentië] genitive ✧ PE17/131
sangiessemman “*in our necessities” [← #sangië] locative plural possessive-second ✧ VT44/8
arca·ndemmar “*our petitions” [← #arcandë] plural ✧ VT44/8
anarcandemman [← #arcandë] plural ✧ VT44/8
mastammar “*our bread” [← masta] plural ✧ VT43/11
rohtammar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #rohta] plural ✧ VT43/19
luhtammar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #luhta] plural ✧ VT43/19
luciemmar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #lucië] plural ✧ VT43/19
lucassemmar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #lucassë] plural ✧ VT43/19
úcaremmar “*our debts, our trespasses” [← #úcarë] plural ✧ VT43/19

Examples (1st-pl-inclusive-poss)
marielma ← márie ✧ PE17/59
omentie(n)lma ← omen-tië(n) ✧ PE17/58
omentielmo “of our meeting” [← omentië] genitive ✧ Let/265
omentielvo [← omentië] genitive ✧ Let/425
omentielmo “of our meeting” [← omentië] genitive ✧ Let/447
omentielvo “of our meeting” [← omentië] genitive ✧ Let/447
omentielvo “of our meeting” [← omentië] genitive ✧ LotR/81
omentielmo “of the meeting of you and me/us” [← omentië] genitive ✧ PE17/13
omentielvo [← omentië] genitive ✧ PE17/131
omentielmo [← omentië] genitive ✧ RC/90
omentielvo [← omentië] genitive ✧ RC/90
omentielvo “of the meeting of our ways” ← o-mentie genitive ✧ WJ/367
omentielmo [← omentië] genitive ✧ WJ/417

Examples (2nd-pl-poss)
onnalda “*your child” [← onna] ✧ VT49/42
veryanweldo “*of your wedding” ← veryanwe genitive ✧ VT49/45

Examples (3rd-pl-poss)
lintienta “their speed” ← lintie ✧ PE17/58
mánta “their hand, their hands (one each)” ←  ✧ PE17/161
kanwarya “*their face” [← #canwa²] colloquial-possessive ✧ VT49/21
mántat “their hands (each both)” ←  dual ✧ PE17/161
má-rya-t “*their two hands” [← ] dual colloquial-possessive ✧ PE17/130
símaryasse “connexions” [← síma] locative colloquial-possessive ✧ VT49/16
símaryassen “in their imagination” [← síma] locative plural colloquial-possessive ✧ VT49/16
nassentar “their true-being” [← nassë] plural ✧ PE17/174
nassentar “their true-being” [← nassë] plural ✧ PE17/175
mánte ←  plural irregular ✧ PE17/161

Reference ✧ WJ/369 ✧ for example: Varda Aratarya “Varda the lofty, Varda in her sublimity”, Aran Meletyalya “king your mighty”, Arwen vanimalda, namárië!

Elements

colloquial possessive
possessive second

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ᴹQ. possessive pronouns grammar.

Examples (1st-sg-poss)
Anarinya “my Sun” [← Anar] ✧ LR/72
Atarinya “my father” [← atar] ✧ LR/61
yonya “my son” [← yondo] ✧ LR/61
hildinyar “my heirs” [← #hilde] plural ✧ SD/56

Examples (2nd-sg-polite-poss)
atarella “your father” [← atar] ✧ PE22/119

Examples (3rd-sg-poss)
ataretta “his father” [← atar] ✧ PE22/118
matietta “a kind of eating, or style of eating, peculiar to him” [← #matie] ✧ PE22/119

Examples (1st-pl-inclusive-poss)
omentienwa [← omentie] ✧ PE17/14
omentiemman “upon our meeting” [← omentie] genitive ✧ PE17/14
omentiemman “of our meeting” [← omentie] genitive ✧ RS/324
kariemma “our doing” [← kar-] gerund ✧ PE17/14

Examples (2nd-pl-poss)
nóressella “in your land” [← nóre] locative possessive-second ✧ PE22/124

Reference ✧ PE22/119

Elements

colloquial possessive
possessive second

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ᴱQ. possessive pronouns grammar.

Reference ✧ PE14/54

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