About me

It all started in 1998 when my best friend Alex lent me a book called ‘The Silmarillion’. It all started there. 5 years later, I began learning how to use Tengwar. I always loved languages and no wonder Tolkien writings hit me straight in the forehead. And it hit me hard!

Since 2003, I’ve been studying Quenya deeply. During college (Linguistics) I started taking notes about my classes in Tengwar and this definitely boosted my writing skills and knowledge. I have already used it very much (even though it’s an artificial language and some people tend to mock saying it’s not a ‘real’ language). Anyway…I have already translated songs, helped my friends with Quenya names, etymology, Tengwar writing and this is just a new-found way I may use from now on to spread my passion.

So, I hope you enjoy all the knowledge shared here.

Special thanks to: z3louco2 (best pupil ever) and Barnton (WordPress idea)

Contact info:

Q contact

If you are experiencing any problems with Quenya101 pages, Fast Line doubts, have questions about the institution and its goal or just want to chat about Tolkien lore, send me a message through any channel above. Don’t forget that the surest way to contact me it’s still through the Quenya101 site, but feel free to use the others if you feel like.

About requests

Requests are NOT taken through Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook nor Email. Only through Quenya101 site. Before making requests, perhaps what you want is already answered here! Check the site, use the search box and if you cannot find it, please make your request at the appropriate page and it’ll be gladly answered to you.

Have in mind that it may take a while for your request to be answered due to the huge amount people asking things daily. If you are in a rush and don’t want to wait in line, please consider using the super fast options such as Fast Line & X101.

Thinking about something special for a tattoo? Then Tattoo Q101 is designed for you! Accurate translation, HUGE Tengwar writing and super fast (right in time for your ink appointment). Do you want IT ALL and do you want it extremely freaking fast? Then Max Tattoo 360 (minutes) is perfect for your taste. Take a bite, it’s so yummy!

PS: There’s also exclusive content in other languages. You can request there in Portuguese or Spanish!

Como se diz (…) em Quenya? & ¿Cómo se dice (…) en Quenya?


109 responses to “About me

  1. Anna

    Hello there
    Thank you for being you!!!
    I was hoping that you could help me, i’d like to know what the word “fang” is in the mainly spoken dialect of Elvish and also how to translate the word into the script?? I am more than happy to fund this as it has will take time, effort and skill.

    Thank you!!!

  2. Juan Chavez

    Hey I’d like to know if Juan (spanish translation of John) is written the same way as John. I didn’t see it listed in the Variant Forms so I wanted to check. Thanks, you’re awesome!

  3. Alatariel

    THANK YOU SO MUCH! I have just recently started trying to learn Tengwar, and it’s for entirely selfish purposes, like passing notes during class so no one can else can read it, and because I sincerely love the way it looks. I think it’s sincerely so beautiful when written. You’re officially my new hero. Keep up the awesome work.

    • I’m the one to thank you! When I started learning and practicing the alphabet I took notes on school. My own notes, my precious! Nobody was supposed to read them or even get them borrowed!

      I got your point.

  4. Holly

    I paid for fast track, I have receipt as proof and so on, but it gave me no where to put what I wanted to be translated. All I wanted was the name ‘holly’, the money has been taken but have not had anything back please help.

    • Please check the already previously answered comment of yours. There is a message box where you can comment when donating and your request was answered within the 101-hour guarantee time. Just check it.

  5. Anna Lis

    Hi could you please find etymology for males name Damian? Thanks a lot X

  6. Brad Cook

    I’ve noticed that there are no tengwar characters that equate to the english letters b, d, g, j or x. Why are such distinct phonetic sounds not part of the tengwar language? I know that most of these english letters are included in the complex tengwar characters such as nd, nb and ng, but not as stand alone. What is the rational as to working around this situation

  7. inass

    Can you please translate “they will not understand art” ? 🙂

  8. emma kenny

    could you please tell me what “they say im a dreamer but im not the only one” is in tengwar thanks so much . Emma

    • Please make your request at the appropriate page and it’ll be gladly answered to you.

      If that’s a famous quote, then please make it here: quenya101.com/poem-prose/
      If that’s not a famous quote, just a random sentence, then make it here: quenya101.com/how-do-we-say-in-quenya/

  9. LOTRis#1

    I just wanted to say that you have brought me to tears (in a good way). The time and energy to devout to this site and the language itself is remarkable and admirable. So many sites deceive you with gibberish or unintentional inaccuracies. But the effort you have made to bring this language to life is astounding. I cannot say with enough honesty and appreciation how much I appreciate your dedication to this language. Middle Earth saved me and finding people with as much love for Middle Earth and more skill at demonstrating it, makes me so happy. I hope you have a wonderful day and, once again, thank you so very much.

    • Wow….I mean….wow….how can I?….wow….I just don’t have words.

      Thank you, thank you AND thank you would not be enough nor close to how grateful for your words I am, and how much they encourage me to keep sharing, keep dedicating more and more to my passion and to everybody else who holds the same feelings in the core of their hearts!

  10. Artur Oktaba

    Live long and prosper, you’re a good Man. God bless.

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