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ᴺQ. [Q.] ^vinimo n. “baby, little-one” (Category: Infant)

ᴺQ. [Q.] ^vinimo, n. “baby, little-one” (Category: Infant)
ᴱQ. putsë “baby, child”
ᴹQ. tet(ta) “baby”
ᴱQ. tyetl “babe, a tiny baby”
Q. hinyë “baby”
See Q. †winimo for discussion.


Q. †winimo n. “baby, little-one” (Category: Infant)

A word appearing as winimo “baby” (VT47/10) or “little-one, baby” (VT48/6) in notes associated with Elvish Hands, Fingers and Numerals from the late 1960s, in one place with the variant win(i)ke (VT48/6). It was an elaboration of winë (wini-) of similar meaning. Tolkien said that “Pengoloð gives these in archaic Quenya form before the change of w, in most situations to v” (VT48/6), so I would adapt this word as ᴺQ. vinimo.

References ✧ VT47/10; VT48/6




winë “baby, little-one, child not yet full grown”
mo “one, anyone, someone, somebody”