ᴺQ. [ᴱQ.] ^lindelos (lindelós-) [þ] n. “laburnum, (lit.) singing cluster” (Category: Tree (other))
|Q. #lindë||“singing, song, musical sound”|
|Q. lós||“inflorescence, mass of flowers”|
A word in the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s appearing as ᴱQ. lindelokte “singing-cluster, laburnum”, a combination of ᴱQ. lin¹ (lind-) “musical voice” and ᴱQ. lokte “flower cluster” (QL/55). ᴱQ. Lindelokte was also an earlier name for Q. Laurelin, one of the two trees (LT1/22).
Neo-Quenya: For purposes of Neo-Quenya I would update this word to ᴺQ. lindelos (lindelós-) “laburnum, (lit.) singing cluster”, using the later elements lindë “singing” and lós [þ] “mass of flowers”. I think this word can coexist with culumalda which Tolkien said also might refer to a laburnum (RC/626).
Reference ✧ QL/54 ✧ “‘singing cluster’, laburnum”
|lin¹||“melody, air, tune, musical voice”||✧ QL/54|
|lokte||“blossom (of flowers), (flower) cluster, bunch”||✧ QL/54 (#lokte)|