S. talf n. “wang, flat field, topographical flat area” (Category: Plain, Field)
A noun for a “topographical flat area” (PE17/52) or “flat field” (RC/779) in the name S. Nindalf “Wetwang”, where Tolkien indicated that “wang” was an archaic English word for “field, flat area” (RC/779). It was derived from the root √TALAM “flat space” (PE17/52).
References ✧ PE17/52, 61; RC/779
|dalf||soft-mutation; t-mutation||✧ RC/779|
|√talam > talf||[talma] > [talm] > [talv]||✧ PE17/52|