S. Orchaldor m. “*Tall Lord”
Conceptual Development: Some similar names appeared in The Etymologies from the 1930s: N. Orchelanath and (rejected) Orchallamath (EtyAC/KHAL², MBAT(H)).
References ✧ UT/210; UTI
N. Orchelanath pn.
A name of unclear function appearing in linguistic notes from the 1930s along with variants and Orchallamath and Orchalammoth (EtyAC/KHAL², MBAT(H); PE22/41). It might be a combination of orchal “tall” and amath “shield”, but the second element was rejected.
References ✧ EtyAC/KHAL², MBAT(H); PE22/41
|orchal||“superior, eminent, lofty”||✧ Ety/KHAL² (orchel)|
|amath||“shield”||✧ EtyAC/MBAT(H) (amath)|
|ᴹ√KHAL²||“uplift, erect, lift from ground, (make) stand up”||✧ EtyAC/MBAT(H) (KHAL)|