N. Delduthling f. “Ungoliant, (lit.) *Horror Night Spider”

N. Delduthling, f. “Ungoliant, (lit.) *Horror Night Spider”

Another name for Ungoliant appearing on in The Etymologies from the 1930s, a combination of del “horror”, “night” and thling “spider” (Ety/DYEL, DOƷ, SLIG).

References ✧ Ety/DOƷ, DYEL, SLIG, UÑG; EtyAC/DYEL

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#del “horror” ✧ Ety/DOƷ
“night, night-fall, late evening” ✧ Ety/DOƷ
thling “spider, spider’s web, cobweb” ✧ Ety/DOƷ; Ety/SLIG
ᴹ√DYEL “feel fear and disgust; abhor” ✧ Ety/DYEL; Ety/SLIG; Ety/UÑG
ᴹ√DOƷ “night” ✧ Ety/DYEL; Ety/SLIG; Ety/UÑG (DOG)