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ᴺS. !leberen adj. “fingered, of fingers” (Category: Finger)

ᴺS. !leberen, adj. “fingered, of fingers” (Category: Finger)
G. alewthion “having fingers”
G. alepthog “fingered, having fingers”
G. lemfadrin “of the finger; ring”
See G. lepthadrin for discussion.


S. leber “finger”

G. lepthadrin adj. “fingered, of fingers” (Category: Finger)

The word G. lepthadrin {“(finger-)ring” >>} “fingered, having fingers” appeared in the Gnomish Lexicon of the 1910s, an adjectival form of G. leptha “finger” (GL/53). A similar form lepthindros appeared next to G. omlos “chestnut tree” (GL/62). Another adjective G. lemfadrin or lemfadhrin “of the finger” appeared near lepthadrin, this one also usable as a noun meaning “ring”, equivalent to G. lemfarilt “[finger] ring” (GL/53).

Neo-Sindarin: For purposes of Neo-Sindarin, I would adapt these words as ᴺS. leberen “fingered, of fingers”, an adjective form based on the 1968 word S. leber “finger”.

References ✧ GL/53, 62





leptha “finger” ✧ GL/53