Ad. Ar-Pharazôn kathuphazgânun “King Ar-Pharazon the Conqueror”
A phrase given by Tolkien as an example of how a pair of nouns would be declined into the subjective case, with only the last noun inflected (SD/429). The entire noun phrase would be the subject of the sentence. It is contrasted with Ar-Pharazônun kathuphazgân, where the first noun is inflected instead. This would be a the sentences “Ar-Pharazôn (is) a conquerer”.
Reference ✧ SD/429 ✧ Ar-Pharazōn kathuphazgānun “King Ar-Pharazon the Conqueror”
|Ar-||“king or queen”||✧ SD/429|
|Pharazôn||“Golden”||✧ SD/429 (Pharazōn)|
|kathuphazgân||“conqueror”||subjective||✧ SD/429 (kathuphazgānun)|