How do we say (…) in Quenya?

There are some unchangeable truths about Quenya: it’s Tolkien’s masterpiece, it’s superbly well-done, it’s beautiful and it’s limited! Due to its vocabulary limitation, I announce here the beginning of my compilation of the NEW QUETTAPARMAR. Am I going to create words out of the thin air? No, no way! That’s not the goal, not the point. I’m gonna bring together all the adaptations, useful expressions and etymologies which sometimes you must use if you wanna render a Quenya translation. I’ll expose here some of the questions people have already brought to me (How do I say this? How can I write that?) in order to help you all at once at one place at the same time! If you wanna request any random sentence, do it here! (Famous quote or lyrics? Then do it there!) Go to the bottom of this page and enter your request at the comment box there. Use your patience and when the time comes, you’ll have it translated as accurate as possible into Quenya with its analysis! So far, check below what has already been answered:

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Questions & Analysis

Q: How do we say “I’m the moon and he’s a werewolf. I make him do things, I bring out the worst in him. I’m a curse that cannot be broken” in Quenya?

A: “Nanyë Isil ar naryë nauro. Carinyes carë nati, apantan i anulca sessë. Nanyë hútië ya umë polë rácina ná.”

L: “I’m Moon and he’s werewolf. I make him do things, I reveal the most evil in him. I am (the) cursing that cannot broken be.”

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Analysis

  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • Isil = n. Moon
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • naryë = ná+[ryë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “he, she, it”]
  • nauro = n. werewolf
  • Carinyes = carë+[nyë]+{s} = vb. to make, to do, to build, to produce+[pers. pron. “I”]+{obj. pron. “him, her, it”}
  • carë = vb. to do, to make, to build, to produce
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural marker]
  • apantan = apanta+[n] = vb. to reveal, to display+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • anulca = [an]+ulca = [superlative prefix]+adj. evil, bad
  • sessë = se+[ssë] = obj. pron. “him, her, it”+[locative case suffix]
  • hútië = húta+[ië] = vb. to curse+[gerund case suffix]
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • umë = neg. vb. not to do, not to be
  • polë = mod. vb. can, to be able to
  • rácina = adj. broken
  • ná = vb. to be
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Nanyë Isil ar naryë nauro Carinyes carë nati apantan i anulca sessë Nanyë hútië ya umë polë rácina ná
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Nanyë Isil ar naryë nauro Carinyes carë nati apantan i anulca sessë Nanyë hútië ya umë polë rácina ná HUGENanyë Isil ar naryë nauro Carinyes carë nati apantan i anulca sessë Nanyë hútië ya umë polë rácina ná HUGE 2

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Q: How do we say “I have no help to send, therefore I must go myself” in Quenya?

A: “Umin harya manyalë mentien, etta mauya nin lelya immo”

L: “I don’t have help to send, therefore it compels me to go myself”

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Analysis

  • Umin = umë+[n] = neg. vb. not to do, not to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • harya = vb. to have
  • manyalë = manya+[le] = vb. to bless, to afford grace, to help+[abstract noun suffix]
  • mentien = menta+[ië]+{n} = vb. to send+[gerund suffix]+{dative case suffix}
  • etta = adv. therefore
  • mauya = impers. vb. to compel, to need, to have to
  • nin = ni+[n] = obj. pron. “me”+[dative case suffix]
  • lelya = vb. to go
  • immo = reflex. pron. “myself, yourself, himself, herself, oneself”
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Q: How do we say “My love” in Quenya?

A: “Melmenya”

L: “My love”

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Analysis

  • Melmenya = melmë+[nya] = n. love+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Q: How do we say “Genesis the kind daughter of Cynthia” in Quenya?

A: “Yesta i mára Cinisoweniel”

L: “Beginning the good Cynthiadaughter”

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Analysis

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Q: How do we say “Friend” in Quenya?

A: “Meldë”

L: “Friend (fem.)”

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Analysis

  • Meldë = n. friend (feminine form)
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Q: How do we say “Lilac and gooseberries” in Quenya?

A: “Milya pio ar wampiuccar”

L: “Soft plum and gooseberries”

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Analysis

  • Milya = adj. soft, mild, gentle,weak
  • pio = n. plum. Obs.: This might be used for the fruit or the color (violet/purple/lilac)
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • wampiuccar = wán+[piucca]+{r} = n. goose+[berry]+{plural marker}. Obs.: As gooseberry seems to come from etymological Germanic/Dutch origins with no explanation why the association with goose, the same etymological principle was maintained when composing an equivalent for the fruit in Quenya.
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Q: How do we say “If you trust nothing else, trust this. Trust love” in Quenya?

A: “Qui haryal estel munta, á harya estel sina. Á harya estel melmë”

L: “If you have trust nothing, have trust this. Have trust love.”

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Analysis

  • Qui = conj. “if”
  • haryal = harya+[l] = vb. to have, to possess, to own+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • estel = n. hope, trust, faith
  • munta = pron. nothing
  • á = imperative particle
  • harya = vb. to have, to possess, to own
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • melmë = n. love
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Q: How do we say “I am no man” in Quenya?

A: “Nanyë lá nér”

L: “I am no man”

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Analysis

  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • lá = neg. adv. “no”
  • nér = n. man, male
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Q: How do we say “Aid me in my pain. Help me” in Quenya?

A: “Áni manya nwalmenyassë. Áni manya”

L: “Help me in my pain. Help me”

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Analysis

  • Áni = á+[ni] = imperative particle+[obj. pron. “me”]
  • manya = vb. to bless, to favor grace, to help
  • nwalmenyassë = nwalmë+[nya]+{ssë} = n. pain+[poss. pron. “my”]+{locative case suffix}
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Q: How do we say “Mother, father, protect me from this darkness, lend me your strength so I may live through this” in Quenya?

A: “Amillë, atar, áni varya morniello sina, ánin anta túrelya sië istan cuina ná ter sina”

L: “Mother, father, protect me from this darkness, give me your strength so I know how to (may) alive be through this”

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Analysis

  • Amillë = n. mother
  • atar = n. father
  • áni = á+[ni] = imperative particle+[obj. pron. “me”]
  • varya = vb. to protect, to guard
  • morniello = mornië+[llo] = n. darkness+[ablative case suffix]
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • ánin = á+[ni]+{n} = imperative particle+[obj. pron. “me”]+{dative case suffix}
  • anta = vb. to give
  • túrelya = túrë+[lya] = n. strength, power, might, victory+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • sië = adv. thus, then, so
  • istan = ista+[n] = vb. to know (to know how to)+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • ná = vb. to be
  • ter = prep. through
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Q: How do we say “You never know how strong you are…” in Quenya?

A: “Istal ullumë túrelya…”

L: “You know never your strength…”

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Analysis

  • Istal = ista+[l] = vb. to know+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ullumë = adv. never, no time
  • túrelya = túrë+[lya] = n. strength, power, might, victory+[poss. pron. “your”]
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Q: How do we say “Be a better man than your father” in Quenya?

A: “Nai nauval mára nér lá atarelya”

L: “May you be a better man than your father”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal vb. “may”. Used for wish constructions
  • nauval = ná+[uva]+{l} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “you”}
  • mára = adj. good
  • nér = n. man, adult man
  • lá = comparison particle “than”
  • atarelya = atar+[lya] = n. father+[poss. pron. “your”]
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Q: How do we say “Have hope” in Quenya?

A: “Á harya estel”

L: “Have hope”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • harya = vb. to have, to possess, to own
  • estel = n. hope, trust, faith
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Q: How do we say “Why are you? Do you have anything worth living for?” in Quenya?

A: “Mana i casta nalyë? Ma haryal mirwa nat cuilen?”

L: “What’s the reason are you? Do you have precious thing for your life?”

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Analysis

  • Mana = inter. pron. “what”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • casta = n. reason, cause. OBS.: There is no direct word for “why”. A locution is necessary to express it.
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • Ma = interr. particle
  • haryal = harya+[l] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • mirwa = adj. precious, valuable, worthy
  • nat = n. thing
  • cuilen = cuilë+[n] = n. life, being alive+[dative case suffix]
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Q: How do we say “But falling in love with you was beyond my control” in Quenya?

A: “Mal melmessë ólë né turienya pella”

L: “But in love with you was my control beyond”

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Analysis

  • Mal = prep. “but”
  • melmessë = melmë+[ssë] = n. love+[locative case suffix]
  • ólë = ó+[le] = prefix “with”+[obj. pron. “you”]
  • né = vb. to be in the past
  • turienya = turë+[ië]+{nya} = vb. to control, to master+[gerund suffix]+{poss. pron. “my”]
  • pella = postp. “beyond”
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Q: How do we say “Brother and sister” in Quenya?

A: “Toron ar seler”

L: “Brother and sister”

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Analysis

  • Toron = n. brother, blood brother
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • seler = n. sister, blood sister
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Q: How do we say “Wolves” in Quenya?

A: “Narmor”

L: “Wolves”

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Analysis

  • Narmor = narmo+[r] = n. wolf+[plural marker]
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Q: How do we say “Tha gaol agam ort” in Quenya?

A: “Melmenya ná lessë”

L: “My love is on you”

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Analysis

  • Melmenya = melmë+[nya] = n. love+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • lessë – le+[ssë] = obj. pron. “you”+[locative case suffix]
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Q: How do we say “Time doesn’t heal anything… it just teaches us how to live with the pain” in Quenya?

A: “Lúmë umë envinyata nati… er pëantas ve manen cuinë nar yo nwalmë”

L: “Time doesn’t heal things… it just instructs us how to alive be with torment”

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Analysis

  • Lúmë = n. time
  • umë = neg. vb. “not to do, not to be”
  • envinyata = vb. to heal, to renew
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural marker]
  • er = adv. just, only, still, yet
  • pëantas = pëanta+[s] = vb. to instruct, to give instruction, to teach+[pers. pron. suffix “it”]
  • ve = obj. pron. “us”
  • manen = pron. “how”
  • cuinë = cuina+[ë] = adj. alive+[plural marker]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
  • yo = prep. “with”
  • nwalmë = n. torment, agony, pain
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Q: How do we say “Everything will be alright” in Quenya?

A: “Ilya nauva mára”

L: “All will be good”

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Analysis

  • Ilya = adj. & pron. “all, everything, whole, each”
  • nauva = ná+[uva] = vb. to be+[future suffix]
  • mára = adj. good, fine, well
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Q: How do we say “Even the smallest person can change the course of history” in Quenya?

A: “Véla ecë i antitta quén vista i tië quentaleva”

L: “Alike may the tiniest person change the way of history”

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Analysis

  • Véla = adv. alike, even
  • ecë = impersonal modal vb. “may” in the sense of ‘have a chance, opportunity or permission’.
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • antitta = {an}+titta = {superlative prefix}+adj. small, tiny
  • quén = n. person, one
  • vista = vb. to change (transitive)
  • tië = n. way, path, road
  • quentaleva = quentalë+[va] = n. history+[possessive case suffix]
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Q: How do we say “Heart and love. Brain and reason” in Quenya?

A: “Órë ar melmë. Sáma ar casta.”

L: “Heart and love. Mind and reason”

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Analysis

  • Órë = n. inner mind, heart
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • melmë = n. love
  • sáma = n. mind
  • casta = n. reason, cause
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Órë ar melmë Sáma ar casta

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Q: How do we say “I will follow you into the dark” in Quenya?

A: “Hilyuvanyel morniessë”

L: “I will follow you into the dark”

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Analysis

  • Hilyuvanyel = hilya+[uva]+{nye}+(l) = vb. to follow+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}+(obj. pron. “you”)
  • morniessë = mornië+[ssë] = n. darkness, dark+[locative case suffix]
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Hilyuvanyel morniessë

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Q: How do we say “Passion” in Quenya?

A: “Uryala melmë”

L: “Burning love”

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Analysis

  • Uryala = urya+[la] = vb. to burn (intransitive)+[active participle suffix]
  • melmë = n. love. OBS.: There’s no word in Quenya for “passion” so simply “melmë” may be used to describe it. Intensity may be attributed by an adjective as “burning” to achieve the “passion” intended.
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Q: How do we say “Ready for adventure” in Quenya?

A: “Manwa lendan”

L: “Ready for adventure”

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Analysis

  • Manwa = adj. ready
  • lendan = lenda+[n] = n. journey, adventure, quest+[dative case suffix]
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Manwa lendan

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Q: How do we say “As soon as I met you I knew an adventure was going to happen” in Quenya?

A: “Talumë vélanenyel sintien cé martuvas lenda”

L: “At that time I met you I knew it may be will happen adventure”

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Analysis

  • Talumë = adv. at that time, at that moment
  • vélanenyel = véla+[ne]+{nye}+(l) = vb. to meet+[past suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}+(obj. pron. “you”)
  • sintien = sintië+[n] = irreg. past tense of ista+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • cé = uncertainty particle (used to conditional constructions)
  • martuvas = marta+[uva]+{s} = impers. vb. to happen+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “it”}
  • lenda = n. journey, adventure
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Talumë vélanenyel sintien cé martuvas lenda

Q: How do we say “And in time this too shall pass… fake it until you make it. I never lose. Either I win or I learn.” in Quenya?

A: “Ar lúmessë sina autuva yando… ásë carë ve hurië tenna carilyes. Ullumë lantan. Hya haryan túrë hya parin.”

L: “And in time this too shall pass… make it as lying until you make it. I never fall. Or I have victory or I learn.”

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Analysis

  • Ar = conj. “and”
  • lúmessë = lúmë+[ssë] = n. time+[locative case suffix]
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • autuva = auta+[uva] = vb. to pass, to depart, to go away+[future suffix]
  • yando = adv. “also, too”
  • ásë = á+[se] = imperative particle+[obj. pron. “it”]
  • carë = vb. to do, to make, to build, to produce
  • ve = prep. as, like
  • hurië = hurë+[ië] = vb. to lie, to tell a lie+[gerund suffix]
  • tenna = prep. until
  • carilyes = carë+[lyë]+{s} = vb. to do, to make, to build, to produce+[pers. pron. “you”]+{obj. pron. “it”}
  • Ullumë = adv. never
  • lantan = lanta+[n] = vb. to fall, to miss, to lose+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • Hya = conj. “or”
  • haryan = harya+[n] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • túrë = n. victory, mastery, might, power, strength
  • parin = parë+[n] = vb. to learn+[pers. pron. “I”]
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Ar lúmessë sina autuva yando ásë carë ve hurië tenna carilyes Ullumë lantan Hya haryan túrë hya parin

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Q: How do we say “All ships pass into the west” in Quenya?

A: “Ilyë ciryar autar númenna”

L: “All ships pass into the west”

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Analysis

  • Ilyë = adj. & n. “all, every, whole, each”
  • ciryar = cirya+[r] = n. ship+[plural marker]
  • autar = auta+[r] = vb. to pass, to leave, to go away+[plural marker]
  • númenna = númen+[nna] = n. west+[allative case suffix]
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Ilyë ciryar autar númenna

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Q: How do we say “And in time… this too shall pass” in Quenya?

A: “Ar lúmessë… sina autuva yando”

L: “And in time… this too shall pass”

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Analysis

  • Ar = conj. “and”
  • lúmessë = lúmë+[ssë] = n. time+[locative case suffix]
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • autuva = auta+[uva] = vb. to pass, to depart, to go away+[future suffix]
  • yando = adv. “also, too”
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Ar lúmessë sina autuva yando

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Q: How do we say “Family is a gift and friends are a treasure” in Quenya?

A: “Nossë ná anna ar meldor nar harwë”

L: “Family is gift and friends are treasure”

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Analysis

  • Nossë = n. family, clan, house, kin
  • ná = vb. to be
  • anna = n. gift
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • meldor = meldo+[r] = n. friend+[plural marker]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
  • harwë = n. treasure
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Nossë ná anna ar meldor nar harwë

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Q: How do we say “Always and forever” in Quenya?

A: “Illumë ar oialë”

L: “Always and forever”

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Analysis

  • Illumë = adv. always, all the time
  • ar = conj. and
  • oialë = adv. everlastingly, forever, eternally
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Illumë ar oialë

Q: How do we say “Beauty comes from knowledge” in Quenya?

A: “Vanessë tulë istallo.”

L: “Beauty comes from lore”

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Analysis

  • Vanessë = n. beauty
  • tulë = vb. to come
  • istallo = ista+[llo] = n. lore, knowledge+[ablative case suffix]
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Vanessë tulë istallo

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Q: How do we say “We thought we were wrong, but we made a mistake” in Quenya?

A: “Návemmë nemmë raicë, mal carnemmë loicarë.”

L: “We thought we were wrong, but we made a mistake”

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Analysis

  • Návemmë = návë+[mmë] = irregular past tense of to think, to deem+[pers. pron. dual “we”]
  • nemmë = né+[mmë] = irregular past tense of verb to be+[pers. pron. dual “we”]
  • raicë = raica+[ë] = adj. wrong, crooked+[plural marker]
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • carnemmë = carë+(ne)+[mmë] = to do+(past tense suffix)+[pers. pron. dual “we”]
  • loicarë = n. mistaken action
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Návemmë nemmë raicë mal carnemmë loicarë

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Q: How do we say “Family” in Quenya?

A: “Nossë”

L: “Family”

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Analysis

  • Nossë = n. family, clan, house, kin.
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Nossë

Q: How do we say “Brothers” in Quenya?

A: “Torni / Otornor”

L: “Brothers / brothers”

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Analysis

  • Torni = toron+[i] = n. natural brother, blood brother+[plural marker]
  • Otornor = otorno+[r] = n. sworn brother, close associate+[plural marker]
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Torni Otornor

Q: How do we say “My heart shall weep until it sees thee again” in Quenya?

A: “Órenya nyeruva tenna ceniryel ata”

L: “My heart will grieve until it sees you again”

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Analysis

  • Órenya = órë+[nya] = n. heart, inner mind+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • nyeruva = nyerë+[uva] =vb. to weep, to cry, to grieve, to mourn+[future suffix]
  • tenna = prep. until, till
  • ceniryel = cenë+[ryë]+{l} = vb. to see+[pers. pron. “he, she, it”]+{obj. pron. “you”]
  • ata = adv. again
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Órenya nyeruva tenna ceniryel ata

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Q: How do we say “The lost ones” in Quenya?

A: “I vanwë queni”

L: “The lost people”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • vanwë = vanwa+[ë] = adj. departed, lost, gone, vanished+[plural marker]
  • queni = quén+[i] = n. person, one+[plural marker]
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I vanwë queni

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  3. An angel passed by earth. (by Panos)
  4. Keep your mind wide open. (by Gwen)
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  8. Husband. (by Don)
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  10. We will reborn from our ashes. (by Taki Genjuri)
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  12. Life. Iron lung. Death. (by Mia)
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  15. We will always protect you, Alice, don’t be afraid. (by Althea)
  16. See it through. (by Evan)
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  20. Live the life you love, love the life you live. (by Isabela Ch)
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  22. Believe in your dreams. (by Alessandra)
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  25. Divide the earth beneath. (by Lady Merridell)
  26. Air above me, Earth beneath me, water around me,…but fire within me. (by Cedric DeDe) #
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  28. If it makes you happy. (by Jony)
  29. Goodbye, father. Legacy remains. (by Rocío)
  30. If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world. (by Katie)
  31. For my children. (by love beauty not cruelty)
  32. Light of the sky. (by lux caeli)
  33. Spring morning. (by @AlineSicsu_u) #
  34. What you give you get back. (by Asmoday21)
  35. For those I love, there is nothing I won’t sacrifice. (by LOTRis#1)
  36. I put out the flame. (by Mandy Sperow)
  37. Don’t play what’s there, play what’s not there. (by Massimo Guasconi)
  38. Learn from the past, live in the now, look forward to the future. Never regret. (by Ecthelion)
  39. I’m shining like the brightest star. (by Blair)
  40. My soul is invincible. My spirit is unbreakable. (by Guilherme)
  41. Those who are most free, thoughts wander far. (by Nin)
  42. Yours truly, Suzanne. (by Suzanne)
  43. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. (by Pantelis)
  44. A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. (by Thomas)
  45. The shadows that define me. (by Irini Theodorou)
  46. May those who accept their fate find happiness. May those who defy it find glory. (by Alex)
  47. I loved you at your darkest. (by Mark)
  48. She-wolf. Little wolf. (by Taya)
  49. You are my strength. (by Evelyn)
  50. Princess. (by Roy)
  51. Yesterday is gone, tomorrow has not yet come. (by Zani)
  52. Different, not less. (by Juliana Paukowski)
  53. Once upon a time and once upon a time there was. (by Nicolás)
  54. Tattoo. (by SteveLaw)
  55. Fear no man. Fear no shadow. Fear not the uncertain but face it with a brave heart. (by kyle)
  56. Wishing a happy birthday to my dearest uncle. You will forever be my inspiration. Your loving niece, Rachel. (by Rowena)
  57. Infinite. (by Dena)
  58. Keep the earth below my feet. (by Maddie)
  59. Hope anchors the soul. (by Rachel)
  60. Familie über alles. (by Hakuna Matata)
  61. Work hard, dream big, stay focused. (by Benegeserit)
  62. As you wish. (by zola)
  63. Balance. (by Sophie.) #
  64. Family over everything and all. (by espen)
  65. I carry your heart with me. I carry it in my heart. (by Tony)
  66. When the sun has set no candle can replace it. (by ash)
  67. If you can dream it, you can do it. (by amelia)
  68. Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something is more important. (by amelia)
  69. One is too many and a thousand never enough. (by Roger)
  70. Deep waters aren’t silent. (by Ella)
  71. Go pro, be a hero. (by dimitris)
  72. Dragon. (by Emilia)
  73. My sons are my light in my darkness. (by Carrie)
  74. Jesus loves you (Romans 8:38-39). (by jesusfrkforever)
  75. I love you, my brother and I will miss you. (by Joaquin)
  76. Throw me to the wolves and I’ll come back leading the pack. (by Aristotletruth)
  77. Fate is inexorable. (by neil)
  78. Hers and his. (Davidson Queiroz)
  79. Onward to victory, for country and king! (by Zeke)
  80. One above all. (by Onyema Wachuku)
  81. Already. (by Fano)
  82. Purple. (by Kat Rodriguez)
  83. Survivor. (by aude)
  84. Reverse that which has begun. Stop that which I would become. Put an end to the transformation. Change me back to what I am. (by Caleb)
  85. You are my sister. (by Simone Due)
  86. Positivity. (by Anne de Ruijter)
  87. Animals. (by Stefan)
  88. When I found you, I found myself. (by Alexandra)
  89. My way, my life, my game. (by lelieflower)
  90. Day of new beginnings. (by elaofprim)
  91. My wife, my son, my daughter, the three parts to my soul. (by dru)
  92. Our love will last even after the sun has ceased to be. (by RobertoBravo)
  93. Friendship throws out deep roots in honest hearts. (by nomdeplume)
  94. And the stars make love to the universe. (by Aurore)
  95. Time spent with you is worth every second. (by Chloe)
  96. I will overcome. (by Arianna)

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