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Q: How do we say “Dear Airië, may this masterpiece deeply touch you and change your view of Arda!” in Quenya?

A: “Melda Airië, nai miril sina tumnavë apuva le ar vistuva sanwelya Ardo!”

L: “Beloved Airië, may this precious thing deeply touch you and change your thought about Arda!”

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Analysis

  • Melda = adj. beloved, dear
  • Airië = feminine Quenya name
  • nai = modal vb. “may” used to express wish.
  • miril = n. precious thing, treasure, jewel
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • tumnavë = tumna+[ve] = adj. deep, profound+[adverbial suffix]
  • apuva = apë+[uva] = vb. to touch (not literally), to concern, to affect+[future suffix]
  • le = obj. pron. “you”
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • vistuva = vista+[uva] = vb. to change (transitive)+[future suffix]
  • sanwelya = sanwë+[lya] = n. thought+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • Ardo = Arda+[o] = n. Arda+[genitive case suffix]
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Melda Airië nai miril sina tumnavë apuva le ar vistuva sanwelya Ardo

Q: How do we say “Forever with me” in Quenya?

A: “Tennoio óni”

L: “Forever with me”

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Analysis

  • Tennoio = adv. for ever, forever
  • óni = {ó-}+ni = {prefix “together, with”}+ obj. pron. “me”
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Tennoio óni

Q: How do we say “Do what you’re afraid to do” in Quenya?

A: “Á carë i nati rucil cariello”

L: “Do the things you fear the doing”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • carë = vb. to do, to make
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural marker]
  • rucil = rucë+[l] = vb. to fear, to feel horror, to be afraid of+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • cariello = carë+{ië}+[llo] = vb. to do, to make+[gerund suffix]+[ablative case suffix]
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(37 Coirë 141)

Á carë i nati rucil cariello

Q: How do we say “No one can confidently say that he will still be living tomorrow” in Quenya?

A: “Úquen polë quetë tancavë ya nauvaryë er cuina enwa.”

L: “No one can say surely that he’ll still be alive tomorrow”

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Analysis

  • Úquen = {ú}+quén = {no, un-, in-, not prefix}+n. one, person
  • polë = mod. vb. “can, be able to”
  • quetë = vb. to say, to speak
  • tancavë = tanca+[vë] = adj. firm, true, sure+[adverbial suffix]
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • nauvaryë = ná+[uva]+{ryë} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “he, she, it”}
  • er = adv. only, but, still
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • enwa = n. tomorrow
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GuiRC
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Úquen polë quetë tancavë ya nauvaryë er cuina enwa

Q: How do we say “In the winter of my life you were my only summer” in Quenya?

A: “Hrívessë cuilenya nelyë er lairenya”

L: “In the winter of my being alive you were my only summer”

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Analysis

  • Hrívessë = hrívë+[ssë] = n. winter+[locative case suffix]
  • cuilenya = cuilë+[nya] = n. being alive, life+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • nelyë = né+[lyë] = vb. to be past tense+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • er = adv. only, single, alone, one
  • lairenya = lairë+[nya] = n. summer+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Hrívessë cuilenya nelyë er lairenya

Q: How do we say “Explore” in Quenya?

A: “Á cesë”

L: “Examine”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • cesë = vb. to examine (something) in order to find (something), to search
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Á cesë

Q: How do we say “Muse” in Quenya?

A: “Lindaini”

L: “Musicgoddess”

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Analysis

  • Lindaini = lindalë+(Aini) = n. music, song+(“goddess” or feminine spiritual creature)
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Lindaini

Q: How do we say “You have no power over me” in Quenya?

A: “Umil harya túrë ninna”

L: “You don’t have power upon me”

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Analysis

  • Umil = umë+[l] = neg. aux. vb. “not to be, not to do”+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • harya = vb. to have
  • túrë = n. power, might, victory, mastery
  • ninna = ni+[nna] = obj. pron. “me”+[allative case suffix]
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Umil harya túrë ninna

Q: How do we say “It’s as simple as something that nobody knows” in Quenya?

A: “Nas ve illarda ve nat ya úquen hanya”

L: “It’s as undifficult as a thing that nobody knows”

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Analysis

  • Nas = ná+[s] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • ve = prep. as, like
  • illarda = {il-}+sarda = {neg. prefix “un-, in, dis,”}+adj. hard, difficult
  • nat = n. thing
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • úquen = {ú-}+quén = {neg. prefix “not, un-, in-“}+n. person, one
  • hanya = vb. to know, to understand
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Nas ve illarda ve nat ya úquen hanya

Q: How do we say “Anar the fire-golden” in Quenya?

A: “Anar i culina”

L: “Anar the flame-coloured”

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Analysis

  • Anar = n. Sun
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • culina = adj. golden-red, flame-coloured, fire-golden
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Anar i culina

Q: How do we say “Son, brother and father” in Quenya?

A: “Yondo, toron ar atar”

L: “Son, brother and father”

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Analysis

  • Yondo = n. son, male descendant
  • toron = n. brother (blood relations implied)
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • atar = n. father
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Yondo toron ar atar

Q: How do we say “Be the one to guide me but never hold me down” in Quenya?

A: “Nai nauval pëantaronya mal ávani ullumë avalerya”

L: “May you be my instructor but never restrain me”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal vb. “may” used to express wish.
  • nauval = ná+[uva]+{l} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “you”]
  • pëantaronya = pëanta+[ro]+{nya} = vb. to instruct, to teach+[agental suffix]+{poss. pron. “my”}
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • ávani = áva+[ni] = neg. imperative particle+[obj. pron. “me”]
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • avalerya = vb. to bind, to restrain, to deprive of liberty
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Nai nauval pëantaronya mal ávani ullumë avalerya

Q: How do we say “Light is the left hand of darkness and darkness is the right hand of light” in Quenya?

A: “Cálë ná hyarma morniéva ar mornië ná forma cáleva.”

L: “Light is the left hand of darkness and darkness is the right hand of light”

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Analysis

  • Cálë = n. light
  • ná = vb. to be
  • hyarma = n. left hand
  • morniéva = mornië+[va] = n. darkness+[possessive case suffix]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • mornië = n. darkness
  • forma = n. right hand
  • cáleva = cálë+[va] = n. light+[possessive case suffix]
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Cálë ná hyarma morniéva ar mornië ná forma cáleva

Q: How do we say “My love always” in Quenya?

A: “Melmenya illumë”

L: “My love always”

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Analysis

  • Melmenya = melmë+[nya] = n. love+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • illumë = adv. always, all the time
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Melmenya illumë

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

A: “Teryetië”

L: “Throughlookingat”

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Analysis

  • Teryetië = {ter}+yéta+[ië] = {prep. through}+vb. to look at+[gerund suffix]. OBS.: Quenya word composed based on the etymology of ‘perspective’ which comes from Latin PER(through)+SPECERE(to look at).
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Teryetië

Q: How do we say “Don’t be afraid to succeed” in Quenya?

A: “Áva rucë túrello”

L: “Don’t be afraid of the victory”

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Analysis

  • Áva = neg. imperative particle
  • rucë = vb. to be afraid of, to fear
  • túrello = túrë+[llo] = n. victory, success+[ablative case suffix]
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Áva rucë túrello

Q: How do we say “Virgin Mary” in Quenya?

A: “Wendë Meriwinë”

L: “Virgin Mary”

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Analysis

  • Wendë = n. lady, maiden, virgin, girl
  • Meriwinë = etymological equivalent as composed here.
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Wendë Meriwinë

Q: How do we say “God” in Quenya?

A: “Eru”

L: “God”

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Analysis

  • Eru = n. God
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Eru

Q: How do we say “You are my angel. My bright and shining star” in Quenya?

A: “Nalyë Ainunya. Calima ar silma eleninya”

L: “You are my Ainu. My bright and shining star”

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Analysis

  • Nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • Ainunya = Ainu+[nya] = n. Ainu (a spiritual creature close equivalent to “angel”)+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • calima = adj. bright
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • silma = adj. shining, shining white, silver
  • eleninya = elen+[nya] = n. star+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Nalyë Ainunya Calima ar silma eleninya

Q: How do we say “In the darkness there is light” in Quenya?

A: “Morniessë ëa cálë”

L: “In the darkness there is light”

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Analysis

  • Morniessë = mornië+[ssë] = n. darkness+[locative case suffix]
  • ëa = vb. there to be, to exist
  • cálë = n. light
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Morniessë ëa cálë

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

A: “Úturna”

L: “Unconquered”

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Analysis

  • Úturna = {ú}+turë+[na] = {negative prefix “not, un-, dis-, in-}+vb. to conquer, to defeat, to win+[passive participle suffix].
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Úturna

Q: How do we say “To you my love, Ralph” in Quenya?

A: “Len melmenya, Asëanarmo”

L: “To you my love, Ralph”

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Analysis

  • Len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • melmenya = melmë+[nya] = n. love+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • Asëanarmo = name etymologically composed into Quenya here.
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Len melmenya Asëanarmo

Q: How do we say “May your paths be green and the breeze be on your back. May the Valar protect you on your path under the sky” in Quenya?

A: Nai tielyar nauvar laicë ar nai i súrë nauva pontilyassë. Nai i Valar varyuvar le tielyassë nu i vilya.

L: “May your paths be green and may the wind be on your rear. May the Valar protect you on your path under the sky. “

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal vb. “may” used to construct wishing sentences.
  • tielyar = tië+[lya]+{r} = n. way, path, road+[poss. pron. “your”]+{plural marker}
  • nauvar = ná+[uva]+{r} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{plural marker}
  • laicë = laica+[ë] = adj. green+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • súrë = n. wind, breeze
  • nauva = ná+[uva] = vb. to be+[future suffix]
  • pontilyassë = pontë+[lya]+{ssë} = n. rear, back+[poss. pron. “your”]+{locative case suffix}
  • Valar = Vala+[r] = n. Power+[plural marker]
  • varyuvar = varya+[uva]+{r} = vb. to protect, to guard+[future suffix]+{plural marker}
  • le = obj. pron. “you”
  • tielyassë = tië+[lya]+{ssë} = n. path, road, way+[poss. pron. “your”]+{locative case suffix}
  • nu = prep. under, beneath
  • vilya = n. sky, air, lower air
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Nai tielyar nauvar laicë ar nai i súrë nauva pontilyassë Nai i Valar varyuvar le tielyassë nu i vilya

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Q: How do we say “May the Valar protect you on your path under the sky” in Quenya?

A: “Nai i Valar varyuvar le tielyassë nu i vilya”

L: “May the Valar protect you on your path under the sky”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal vb. “may” used in wishing constructions.
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • Valar = Vala+[r] = n. Power+[plural marker]
  • varyuvar = varya+[uva]+{r} = vb. to protect, to guard+[future suffix]+{plural marker}
  • le = obj. pron. “you”
  • tielyassë = tië+[lya]+{ssë} = n. path, road, way+[poss. pron. “your”]+{locative case suffix}
  • nu = prep. under, beneath
  • vilya = n. sky, air, lower air
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Nai i Valar varyuvar le tielyassë nu i vilya

Nai i Valar varyuvar le tielyassë nu i vilya

Q: How do we say “Let us live and let us love” in Quenya?

A: “Ámë lavë cuina ná ar ámë lavë melë”

L: “Let us be alive and let us love”

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Analysis

  • Ámë = á+[me] = imperative particle+[obj. pron. “us”]
  • lavë = vb. to allow, to let
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • ná = vb. to be
  • ar = conj, “and”
  • melë = vb. to love
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Ámë lavë cuina ná ar ámë lavë melë

Q: How do we say “And take the hidden paths that run, towards the moon or to the sun” in Quenya?

A: “Ar á hilya i muinë tier yar tulyar Isilda hya Anarenna.”

L: “And follow the hidden paths that lead into the Moon or the Sun. “

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Analysis

  • Ar = conj. “and”
  • á = imperative particle
  • hilya = vb. to follow
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • muinë = muina+[ë] = adj. secret, hidden+[plural marker]
  • tier = tië+[r] = n. path, road, way+[plural marker]
  • yar = ya+[r] = relat. pron. “that, which”+[plural marker]
  • tulyar = tulya+[r] = vb. to lead into+[plural marker]
  • Isilda = Isil+[nna] = n. Moon+[allative case suffix]
  • hya = conj. “or”
  • Anarenna = Anar+[nna] = n. Sun+[allative case suffix]
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Ar á hilya i muinë tier yar tulyar Isilda hya Anarenna

Q: How do we say “AB AETERNO” in Quenya?

A: “Oialello”

L: “From eternity”

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Analysis

  • Oialello = oialë+[llo] = n. everlasting age, eternity, forever+[ablative case suffix]
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Oialello

Q: How do we say “One ring to bring them both, and before the world to bind them” in Quenya?

A: “Er corma hostien te yúyo, ar epë Ambar nutien te.”

L: “One ring to bring them both, and before the World to bind them.”

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Analysis

  • Er = adv. one, only, still, but
  • corma = n. ring
  • hostien = hosta+[ien] = vb. to gather, to collect, to assemble, to bring together+[gerund suffix]
  • te = obj. pron. “them”
  • yúyo = n. both
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • epë = adv. before (spacial relations)
  • Ambar = n. World
  • nutien = nutë+[ien] = vb. to bind, to make a knot, to tie+[gerund suffix]
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Er corma hostien te yúyo ar epë Ambar nutien te

Q: How do we say “Music” in Quenya?

A: “Lindalë”

L: “Music”

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Analysis

  • Lindalë = n.music
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Lindalë

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Q: How do we say “I love every aspect of you” in Quenya?

A: “Melin ilya indolya”

L: “I love every state of yours”

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Analysis

  • Melin = melë+[n] = vb. to love+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • ilya = adj. & pron. “all, every, each, whole”
  • indolya = indo+[lya] = n. state, condition, state of mind+[poss. pron. “your”]
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Melin ilya indolya

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Q: How do we say “One ring to seal their love, one ring to unite them” in Quenya?

A: “Er corma carien melmenta tanca, er corma carien te omentiessë”

L: “One ring to make their love firm, one ring to make them in union”

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Analysis

  • Er = adv. one, only, still, but
  • corma = n. ring
  • carien = carë+[ien] = vb. to do , to make+[gerund suffix]
  • melmenta = melmë+[nta] = n. love+[poss. pron. “their”]
  • tanca = adj. firm, sure, fixed
  • te = obj. pron. “them”
  • omentiessë = omentië+[ssë] = n. meeting, union, junction+[locative case suffix]
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Er corma carien melmenta tanca er corma carien te omentiessë

Q: How do we say “Loved blue eyes” in Quenya?

A: “Melimë luini hendu”

L: “Loveable blue (pair of) eyes”

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Analysis

  • Melimë = melima+[ë] = adj. loveable, loved+[plural marker]
  • luini = luinë+[i] = adj. blue+[plural marker]
  • hendu = hen+[u] = n. eye+[dual marker]
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(64 Hrívë 141)

Melimë luini hendu

Q: How do we say “Of the Fountain. Of the Golden Flower” in Quenya?

A: “Ehtelëo. Laurelótëo”

L: “Of the Fountain. Of the Golden Flower”

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Analysis

  • Ehtelëo = ehtelë+[o] = n. fountain+[genitive case suffix]
  • Laurelótëo = laurëa+{lótë}+[o] = adj. golden+{n. flower}+[genitive case suffix]
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(62 Hrívë 141)
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Q: How do we say “Don’t dream your life, live your dreams.” in Quenya?

A: “Áva óla cuilelyan, nai cuinë olorelyar”

L: “Don’t let your life be dreamed, may alive your dreams be”

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Analysis

  • Áva = negative imperative particle
  • óla = impers. vb. to dream
  • cuilelyan = cuilë+[lya]+{n] = n. being alive, life+[poss. pron. “your”]+{dative case suffix}
  • nai = modal verb “may” used in wishing constructions
  • cuinë = cuina+[ë] = adj. alive+[plural marker]
  • olorelyar = olos+[lya]+{r} = n. dream+[poss. pron. “your”]+{plural marker}
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Julien
(55 Hrívë 141)

Áva óla cuilelyan nai cuinë olorelyar

Q: How do we say “I am the daughter of a King” in Quenya?

A: “Nanyë i yendë Arano”

L: “I am the daughter of a King”

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Analysis

  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • yendë = n. daughter, female descendant
  • Arano = Aran+[o] = n. king+[genitive case suffix]
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Kaiah
(51 Hrívë 141)

Nanyë i yendë Arano

Q: How do we say “Heaven queen, carry me away from all pain” in Quenya?

A: “Tári Menelo, áni hócolë ilya nwalmallo “

L: “Queen of Heaven, carry me away from all pain”

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Analysis

  • Tári = n. queen
  • Menelo = Menel+[o] = n. Heaven+[genitive case suffix]
  • áni = á+[ni] = imperative particle+[obj. pron. “me”]
  • hócolë = hó+[colë] = prep. prefix “away”+[vb. to bear, to carry]
  • ilya = n. & pron. “all, everything, every, each, whole”
  • nwalmallo = nwalma+[llo] = n. pain+[ablative case suffix]
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Míriel MacKenzie
(50 Hrívë 141)

Tári Menelo áni hócolë ilya nwalmallo

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

A: “Orner”

L: “Superman”

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Analysis

  • Orner = or+[nér] = prep. above, over, beyond+[n. man]. OBS.: The word “super” comes from Latin and it literally means “over, above, beyond” and that’s the etymology applied here for the Quenya translation.
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AnnMarie
(49 Hrívë 141)

Orner

Q: How do we say “Be yourself no matter what” in Quenya?

A: “Nai nauval immo e qui marta ilyan”

L: “May you be yourself even if it happens to all”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may”. Used to express wishes constructions.
  • nauval = ná+[uva]+{l} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “you”}
  • immo = reflex. pron. “myself, yourself, himself, herself”
  • e = adv. particle “indeed, even”
  • qui = conj. “if”
  • marta = impers. vb. to happen, to chance
  • ilyan = ilya+[n] = n. & pron. “all, everything, each, whole”+[dative case suffix]
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river
(48 Hrívë 141)

Nai nauval immo e qui marta ilyan

Q: How do we say “Eres mi melodía favorita” in Quenya?

A: “Nalyë ammelda lindenya”

L: “You are my most beloved song”

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Analysis

  • Nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ammelda = [an]+melda = [superlative prefix]+adj. beloved, dear, sweet
  • lindenya = lindë+[nya] = n. song, tune+[poss. pron. “my”]
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ikis
(47 Hrívë 141)

Nalyë ammelda lindenya

Q: How do we say “Love, compassion, joy, hope, wisdom” in Quenya?

A: “Melmë, márië, alassë, estel, nolwë”

L: “Love, kindness, joy, hope, wisdom”

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Analysis

  • Melmë = n. love
  • márië = n. kindness, goodness, compassion
  • alassë = n. joy, happiness
  • estel = n. hope
  • nolwë = n. wisdom, secret lore
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(41 Hrívë 141)
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Melmë márië alassë estel nolwë

Q: How do we say “I regret” in Quenya?

A: “Nainanen”

L: “I regret”

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Analysis

  • Nainanen = naina+[ne]+{n} = vb. to lament+[past tense suffix]+[pers. pron. “I”}
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Chris Boisse
(36 Hrívë 141)

Nainanen

Q: How do we say “Sister” in Quenya?

A: “Seller / Nésa / Osellë / Nettë”

L: “Sister”

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Analysis

  • Seller = n. sister. This term for “sister” denotes a blood relation.
  • Nésa = n. sister. This term for “sister” denotes a blood relation. It’s a synonym of “seller”
  • Osellë = n. sister. This term for “sister” denotes an associate, a sworn sister, not of bloodkinship.
  • Nettë = n. sister. This term for “sister” is simply a colloquial form of “nésa”
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Patsie Richardson
(34 Hrívë 141)

Seller Nésa Osellë Nettë

Q: How do we say “Uncle” in Quenya?

A: “Amiltoron”

L: “Mother’s brother”

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Analysis

  • Amiltoron = amillë+(toron) = mother+(natural brother). OBS.: There’s no proper word for “uncle” in Quenya. Amiltoron is composed according to uncle’s etymology.
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Erik Cools
(33 Hrívë 141)

Amiltoron

Q: How do we say “Victor eternally” in Quenya?

A: “Túrëo oialë”

L: “Victor eternally”

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Analysis

  • Túrëo = etymologically composed name as described here.
  • oialë = adv. eternally
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Túrëo oialë

Q: How do we say “The mountains are calling and I must go” in Quenya?

A: “I oronti tultëar ar mauya nin lelya”

L: “The mountains are summoning and it compels me to go”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • oronti = oron+[i] = n. mountain+[pluiral marker]
  • tultëar = tulta+{-ë-}+[r] = vb. to summon, to send for, to fetch, to call+{present infix}+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • mauya = impers. vb. “to compel, to need, to have to”
  • nin = ni+[n] = obj. pron. “me”+[dative case suffix]
  • lelya = vb. to go
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I oronti tultëar ar mauya nin lelya

Q: How do we say “Tough times don’t last, tough people do” in Quenya?

A: “Nornë lúmi umir voronwë, nornë queni nar.”

L: “Tough times aren’t enduring, tough people are.”

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Analysis

  • Nornë = norna+[ë] = n. tough, stiff+[plural marker]
  • lúmi = lúmë+[i] = n. time, hour+[plural marker]
  • umir = umë+[r] = neg. vb. not to be, not to do+[plural marker]
  • voronwë = voronwa+[ë] = adj. long-lasting, enduring+[plural marker]
  • queni = quén+[i] = n. person, one+[plural marker]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
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Mely
(22 Hrívë 141)

Nornë lúmi umir voronwë nornë queni nar

Q: How do we say “Dream on, till your dreams come true.” in Quenya?

A: “Á óla len, tenna olorelyar querir intë anwë”

L: “Dream it for you, until your dreams turn themselves real “

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • óla = impers. vb. to dream
  • len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • tenna = prep. until
  • olorelyar = olos+[lya]+{r} = n. dream+[poss. pron. “your”]+{plural marker}
  • querir = querë+[r] = reflex. vb. to turn, to become+[plural marker]
  • intë = reflex. pron. “themselves”
  • anwë = anwa+[ë] = adj. real, true+[plural marker]
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(21 Hrívë 141)

Á óla len tenna olorelyar querir intë anwë

Q: How do we say “Perdão” in Quenya?

A: “Avatyarië”

L: “(The) Forgiving”

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Analysis

  • Avatyarië = avatyarë+[ië] = vb. to forgive+[gerund suffix]
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ofcbrunogs
(20 Hrívë 141)

Avatyarië

Q: How do we say “Even in the grave, all is not lost” in Quenya?

A: “Er sapsassë, ilya umë vanwa”

L: “Even in grave, all is not lost”

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Analysis

  • Er = adv. still, yet, but, even, despite of
  • sapsassë = sapsa+[ssë] = n. grave+[locative case suffix]
  • ilya = n. & pron. “all, every, each, whole”
  • umë = neg. vb. not to do, not to be
  • vanwa = adj. lost, gone, departed, vanished
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(18 Hrívë 141)

Er sapsassë ilya umë vanwa

Q: How do we say “Live your dreams” in Quenya?

A: “Nai cuinë olorelyar nauvar”

L: “May alive your dreams be”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may” used in wishing constructions
  • cuinë = cuina+[ë] = adj. alive+[plural marker]
  • olorelyar = olos+[lya]+{r} = n. dream+[poss. pron. “your”]+{plural marker}
  • nauvar = ná+[uva]+{r} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{plural marker}
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Jeanne
(17 Hrívë 141)

Nai cuinë olorelyar nauvar

Q: How do we say “It began with four friends” in Quenya?

A: “I yessë né yo canta meldor”

L: “The beginning was with four friends”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • yessë = n. beginning
  • né = vb. to be [simple past]
  • yo = prep. with
  • canta = num. “four”
  • meldor = meldo+[r] = n. friend+[plural marker]
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(16 Hrívë 141)

I yessë né yo canta meldor

Q: How do we say “Welcome to little Lórien” in Quenya?

A: “Alatulya titta Lórienna”

L: “Welcome to little Lórien”

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Analysis

  • Alatulya = adj. & interjec. “welcome”
  • titta = adj. tiny, small, little
  • Lórienna = Lórien+[nna] = Lórien+[allative case suffix]
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Fernanda
(15 Hrívë 141)

Alatulya titta Lórienna

Q: How do we say “Love is our resistance” in Quenya?

A: “Melmë ná ohtalma”

L: “Love is our battle”

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Analysis

  • Melmë = n. love
  • ná = vb. to be
  • ohtalma = ohta+[lma] = n. war, battle, fighting+[poss. pron. exclusive “our”]
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Ria
(14 Hrívë 141)

Melmë ná ohtalma

Q: How do we say “I await a guardian” in Quenya?

A: “Savin cundo tuluva”

L: “I believe a guardian will come”

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Analysis

  • Savin = savë+[n] = vb. to believe+[pers. pron. suffix “I”]
  • cundo = n. guardian
  • tuluva = tulë+[uva] = vb. to come+[future suffix]
  • OBS.: Due to the absence of an attested word for the verb “to await” in Quenya, an adaptation was made with the same meaning of the original sentence.
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Jamal
(12 Hrívë 141)

Savin cundo tuluva

Q: How do we say “Life is the curse, sleep is the remission, death is the cure” in Quenya?

A: “Cuilë ná i hútië, húmë ná i avatyarië, fírië ná i envinyatië”

L: “Being alive is the cursing, sleep is the forgiving, death is the healing”

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Analysis

  • Cuilë = n. life, being alive.
  • ná = vb. to be
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • hútië = húta+[ië] = vb. to curse+[gerund suffix]
  • húmë = n. sleep
  • avatyarië = avatyarë+[ië] = vb. to forgive+[gerund suffix]
  • fírië = n. death
  • envinyatië = envinyata+[ië] = vb. to heal, to cure+[gerund suffix]
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(11 Hrívë 141)

Cuilë ná i hútië húmë ná i avatyarië fírië ná i envinyatië

Q: How do we say “In memory of those we loved and lost” in Quenya?

A: “Enyalien queniva mellelmë ar vanwë nar”

L: “For the remembering of the ones we loved and are lost “

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Analysis

  • Enyalien = enyalë+[ië]+{n} = vb. to recall, to remember+[gerund suffix]+{dative case suffix}
  • queniva = quén+[iva] = n. person, one+[possessive case plural suffix]
  • mellelmë = melë+{ne}+[lmë] = vb. to love+{past suffix}+[pers. pron. exclusive “we”]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • vanwë = vanwa+[ë] = adj. lost, departed, gone+[plural suffix]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural suffix]
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Enyalien queniva mellelmë ar vanwë nar

Q: How do we say “DVM SPIRO SPERO” in Quenya?

A: “Talumë súyan haryan estel”

L: “At the moment I breathe I have hope”

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Analysis

  • Talumë = adv. at that time, at the moment, at the time (we’re thinking or talking about)
  • súyan = súya+[n] = vb. to breathe+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • haryan = harya+[n] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • estel = n. hope
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Gabriela
(6 Hrívë 141)

Talumë súyan haryan estel

Q: How do we say “Let your fears go and you’ll find your way home” in Quenya?

A: “Á lavë caurelyar autar ar hiruval tielya mardenna.”

L: “Allow your fears to go away and you’ll find your way towards home”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • lavë = vb. to allow, to yield, to grant
  • caurelyar = caurë+[lya]+{r} = n. fear+[poss. pron. “your”]+{plural marker}
  • autar = auta+[r] = vb. to go away, to leave, to pass
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • hiruval = hirë+[uva]+{l} = vb. to find+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “you”]
  • tielya = tië+[lya] = n. way, road, path+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • mardenna = már+[nna] = n. home+[allative case suffix]
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Á lavë caurelyar autar ar hiruval tielya mardenna

Q: How do we say “The sky is the limit” in Quenya?

A: “I ilwë ná i ríma”

L: “The sky is the edge”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • ilwë = n. sky, heavens (physical)
  • ná = vb. to be
  • ríma = n. edge, border, limit
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(49 Quellë 141)
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I ilwë ná i ríma

Q: How do we say “Just be true to yourself” in Quenya?

A: “Nai nauval voronda immon”

L: “May you be faithful to yourself”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may”. Also used and better used to express imperative of verb to be.
  • nauval = ná+{uva}+[l] = vb. to be+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • voronda = adj. faithful, steadfast, true, loyal
  • immon = immo+[n] = reflex. pron. “myself, yourself, himself, herself”+[dative case suffix]
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Nai nauval voronda immon

Q: How do we say “Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt” in Quenya?

A: “Úsavielvar nar úvorondë ar carir vanwa wen i mára cé haryalvë, caurenen neviéva “

L: “Our disbeliefs are unfaithful and make lost to us the good we might have, by the fear of the trying.”

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Analysis

  • Úsavielvar = {ú-}+savë+(ië)+[lva]+<r> = {prefix un-, dis- in, not}+vb. to believe+{gerund suffix}+[poss. pron. inclusive ‘our’]+<plural marker>
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
  • úvorondë = {ú-}+voronda+[ë] = {prefix un-, dis-, in-, not}+adj. faithful, loyal, steadfast+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • carir = carë+[r] = vb. to make, to do, to build+[plural marker]
  • vanwa = adj. lost, departed, gone
  • wen = we+[n] = obj. pron. inclusive “us”+[dative case suffix]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • mára = adj. good
  • cé = particle indicating uncertainty meaning “might, may, may be”
  • haryalvë = harya+[lvë] = vb. to have, to possess+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • caurenen = caurë+[nen] = n. fear+[instrumental case suffix]
  • neviéva = nevë+{ië}+[va] = vb. to try, to attempt+{gerund suffix}+[possessive case suffix]
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(42 Quellë 141)
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Úsavielvar nar úvorondë ar carir vanwa wen i mára cé haryalvë caurenen neviéva Úsavielvar nar úvorondë ar carir vanwa wen i mára cé haryalvë caurenen neviéva

Q: How do we say “In unlikely places” in Quenya?

A: “Úsanyë nómessen”

L: “In abnormal places”

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Analysis

  • Úsanyë = {ú}+sanya+[ë] = {prefix not-, un-, in-}+adj. normal, regular, law-abiding+[plural marker]
  • nómessen = nómë+[ssen] = n. place+[locative plural suffix]
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(41 Quellë 141)
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Úsanyë nómessen

Q: How do we say “Courage is found” in Quenya?

A: “Huorë ná hirna”

L: “Courage is found”

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Analysis

  • Huorë = n. courage
  • ná = vb. to be
  • hirna = hirë+[na] = vb. to find+[passive participle suffix]
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(40 Quellë 141)
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Huorë ná hirna

Q: How do we say “Family is stronger than blood” in Quenya?

A: “Nossë ná tulca lá sercë”

L: “Family is stronger than blood”

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Analysis

  • Nossë = n. house, family, clan, people, kin
  • ná = vb. to be
  • tulca = adj. strong, firm, steadfast
  • lá = comparative particle “than”
  • sercë = n. blood
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(38 Quellë 141)

Nossë ná tulca lá sercë

Q: How do we say “Hope bird” in Quenya?

A: “Aiwë estelwa”

L: “Bird of hope”

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Analysis

  • Aiwë = n. bird, small bird
  • estelwa = estel+[wa] = n. hope, trust+[possessive case suffix]
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(37 Quellë 141)
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Aiwë estelwa

Q: How do we say “Tumble like there’s no tomorrow” in Quenya?

A: “Á atalta ve ëa lá enwa”

L: “Tumble like there’s no tomorrow”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • atalta = vb. to collapse, to fall in, to tumble
  • ve = prep. as, like
  • ëa = vb. there to be, to exist
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • enwa = n. tomorrow, future
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(35 Quellë 141)
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Á atalta ve ëa lá enwa

Q: How do we say “Sibling love” in Quenya?

A: “Melmë nossëo”

L: “Kin love”

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Analysis

  • Melmë = n. love
  • nossëo = nossë+[o] = n. family, kin, house, kinsfolk, clan, relative+[genitive case suffix]
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Melmë nossëo

Q: How do we say “While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about ” in Quenya?

A: “Talumë ricilvë pëanta hinalvar ilya cuilëo, hinalvar pëantar ve ilyë nati cuilëo”

L: “At the time we try to instruct our children all about life, our children teach us all things about life”

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Analysis

  • Talumë = adv. at that time, at the moment, at the time (we are talking about or thinking of)
  • ricilvë = ricë+[lvë] = vb. to strive, to endeavor, to try+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • pëanta = vb. to instruct, to give instructions to, to teach
  • hinalvar = hína+{lva}+[r] = n. child+{poss. pron. inclusive “our”}+[plural marker]
  • ilya = adj. & n. “all, every, each, whole”
  • cuilëo = cuilë+[o] = n. being alive, life+[genitive case suffix]
  • pëantar = pëanta+[r] = vb. to instruct, to give instructions to, to teach+[plural marker]
  • ve = obj. pron. inclusive “us”
  • ilyë = ilya+[ë] = adj. “all, every, each, whole”+[plural marker]
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural marker]
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Talumë ricilvë pëanta hinalvar ilya cuilëo hinalvar pëantar ve ilyë nati cuilëo

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

A: “Raumonóna”

L: “Stormborn”

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Analysis

  • Raumonóna = raumo+[nóna] = n. storm+[adj. born]
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Raumonóna

Q: How do we say “Lord of Rivendell” in Quenya?

A: “Heru Imberissëo”

L: “Lord of Rivendell”

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Analysis

  • Heru = n. lord
  • Imberissëo = Imberissë+[o] = Rivendell (composed etymologically into Quenya through its Sindarin counterpart “Imladris”)+[genitive case suffix]
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Heru Imberissëo

Q: How do we say “Resist!” in Quenya?

A: “Nai norna nauval!”

L: “May resistant you be!”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may”. Also used and better used to express imperative of verb to be.
  • norna = adj. tough, stiff, hard, firm, resistant
  • nauval = ná+{uva}+[l] = vb. to be+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
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Nai norna nauval

Q: How do we say “Live, just don’t exist” in Quenya?

A: “Nai cuina nauval, áva nanwa er.”

L: “May alive you be, don’t be existing only.”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may”. Also used and better used to express imperative of verb to be.
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • nauval = ná+{uva}+[l] = vb. to be+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • áva = negative imperative particle
  • nanwa = adj. existing, actual
  • er = adv. just, only, yet, but
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Nai cuina nauval áva nanwa er

Q: How do we say “Gift from heaven” in Quenya?

A: “Anna Menelo”

L: “Gift from Heaven”

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Analysis

  • Anna = n. gift
  • Menelo = Menel+[o] = n. Heaven, Heavens+[genitive case suffix]
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Anna Menelo

Q: How do we say “More than my own life” in Quenya?

A: “Amba lá cuilenya imma”

L: “More than my life itself”

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Analysis

  • Amba = n. & adj. “more”
  • lá = prep. athwart, over, across, beyond. Used in comparisons to express “than”
  • cuilenya = cuilë+[nya] = n. being alive, life+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • imma = reflex. pron. “itself”
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Amba lá cuilenya imma

Q: How do we say “Love yourself” in Quenya?

A: “Á melë immo”

L: “Love yourself”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • melë = vb. to love
  • immo = reflex. pron. “self, myself, yourself, himself, herself, oneself”
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Á melë immo

Q: How do we say “Self love and honour” in Quenya?

A: “Melmë immo ar alcar”

L: “Love self and honour”

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Analysis

  • Melmë = n. love
  • immo = reflex. pron. “self, myself, yourself, himself, herself, oneself”
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • alcar = n. glory, radiance, honour, splendour.
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Melmë immo ar alcar

Q: How do we say “In the dark I see. Do small things with great love.” in Quenya?

A: “Morniessë cenin. Á carë tittë nati arwa túra melmëo”

L: “In the darkness I see. Do small things possessing great love”

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Analysis

  • Morniessë = mornië+[ssë] = n. darkness, dark+[locative case suffix]
  • cenin = cenë+[n] = vb. to see+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • Á = imperative particle
  • carë = vb. to do, to make, to build
  • tittë = titta+[ë] = adj. small, tiny, little+[plural marker]
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural marker]
  • arwa = adj. possessing, in control of, having
  • túra = adj. great (abstract idea)
  • melmëo = melmë+[o] = n. love+[genitive case suffix]
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Morniessë cenin Á carë tittë nati arwa túra melmëo

Q: How do we say “Life is short so tumble hard” in Quenya?

A: “Cuilë ná sinta sië á atalta hrangavë”

L: “Being alive is short so collapse awkwardly”

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Analysis

  • Cuilë = n. being alive, life
  • ná = vb. to be
  • sinta = adj. short
  • sië = adv. thus, then, so
  • á = imperative particle
  • atalta = vb. to collapse, to fall in, to tumble
  • hrangavë = hranga+[vë] = adj. hard, awkward, stiff+[adverbial suffix]
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Cuilë ná sinta sië á atalta hrangavë

Q: How do we say “Long live the Halflings! Frodo and Samwise! Praise them! The ring-bearers” in Quenya?

A: “Na cuina andavë i Periandi! Iorhael ar Perhael! Á laite te! I cormacolindor”

L: “Be alive long the Halflings! Frodo and Samwise! Praise them! The ring-bearers “

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Analysis

  • Na = vb. to be in imperative form (no particles with this irregular verb)
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • andavë = anda+[ve] = adj. long+[adverb suffix]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • Periandi = perian+[i] = n. halfing+[plural marker]
  • Iorhael = Sindarin name equivalent to Frodo as attested by Tolkien himself
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • Perhael = Sindarin name equivalent to Samwise as attested by Tolkien himself
  • Á = imperative particle
  • laita = vb. to praise, to laud
  • te = obj. pron. “them”
  • cormacolindor = corma+{colindo}+[r] = ring+{bearer}+[plural marker]
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Na cuina andavë i Periandi Iorhael ar Perhael Á laita te I cormacolindor

Q: How do we say “Beauty, honesty, love” in Quenya?

A: “Vanessë, sandië, melmë

L: “Beauty, truthfulness, love”

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Analysis

  • Vanessë = n. beauty
  • sandië = sanda+[ië] = adj. true, firm, abiding+[abstract noun suffix]
  • melmë = n. love
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Vanessë sandië melmë

Q: How do we say “Friends sisters family heart spirit soul” in Quenya?

A: “Meldor selli nossë órë fëa

L: “Friends sisters family heart spirit/soul”

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Analysis

  • Meldor = meldo+[r] = n. friend+[plural marker]
  • selli = seler+[i] = n. sister+[plural marker]
  • nossë = n. family
  • órë = n. heart (inner mind, not physical heart)
  • fëa = n. spirit, soul
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Meldor Selli Nossë Órë Fëa

Q: How do we say “Be as you wish to seem. Be yourself and follow the sun” in Quenya?

A: “Nai nauval ve meril tana. Nai nauval immo ar á hilya i Anar.

L: “May you be as you wish to indicate. May you be yourself and follow the sun”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may”. Also used and better used to express imperative of verb to be
  • nauval = ná+{uva}+[l] = vb. to be+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ve = prep. “as, like”
  • meril = merë+[l] = vb. to want, to wish+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • tana = vb. to indicate, to show
  • immo = reflex. pron. “myself, yourself, himself, herself”
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • á = imperative particle
  • hilya = vb. to follow
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • Anar = n. Sun
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Nai nauval ve meril tana Nai nauval immo ar á hilya i Anar

Q: How do we say “Always keep striding” in Quenya?

A: “Á lemya telcontië illumë

L: “Remain striding always”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • lemya = vb. to remain, to tarry, to continue
  • telcontië = telconta+[ië] = vb. to stride+[gerund suffix]
  • illumë = adv. always, all the time
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Á lemya telcontië illumë

Q: How do we say “MEA CVLPA. MEA MAXIMA CVLPA” in Quenya?

A: “Loimanya. Analta loimanya.

L: “My mistake. My greatest mistake.”

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Analysis

  • Loimanya = loima+[nya] = n. mistake, error+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • Analta = {an}+alta = {superlative prefix}+adj. big, large
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Loimanya Analta loimanya

Q: How do we say “Family…where life begins and love never ends” in Quenya?

A: “Nossë…yassë cuilë yessë ar melmë ullumë tyelë

L: “Family…where being alive begins and love never ends”

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Analysis

  • Nossë = n. family, house, clan, kin, people
  • yassë = ya+[ssë] = rel. pron. “that, which”+[locative case suffix]
  • cuilë = n. being alive, life
  • yessë = vb. to begin, to start (derived from yesta & yessëa)
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • melmë = n. love
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • tyelë = vb. to end, to cease, to finish
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Nossë yassë cuilë yessë ar melmë ullumë tyelë

Q: How do we say “I am yours, and you are mine” in Quenya?

A: “Nanyë lyenya, ar nalyë ninya

L: “I am yours, and you are mine”

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Analysis

  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • lyenya = indep. poss. pron. “yours”
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ninya = indep. poss. pron. “mine”
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Nanyë lyenya ar nalyë ninya

Q: How do we say “Walk in beauty” in Quenya?

A: “Á vanta vanessessë

L: “Walk in beauty”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • vanta = vb. to walk
  • vanessessë = vanessë+[ssë] = n. beauty+[locative case suffix]
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Á vanta vanessessë

Q: How do we say “Remember to live” in Quenya?

A: “Á enyalë cuina ná

L: “Recall to be alive”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • enyalë = vb. to recall, to remember
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • ná = vb. to be
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Á enyalë cuina ná

Q: How do we say “Peace” in Quenya?

A: “Sérë / Rainë

L: “Peace”

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Analysis

  • Sérë = n. peace, repose, rest
  • Rainë = n. peace, harmony (opposed to war)
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Sérë Rainë

Q: How do we say “My beloved angel” in Quenya?

A: “Melda Ainunya

L: “My beloved Ainu”

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Analysis

  • Melda = adj. beloved, dear
  • Ainunya = Ainu+[nya] = Ainu+[poss. pron. “my”]. OBS.: In Tolkien mythos, Ainu is a spiritual creature who aids the creation of everything in the beginning of time. It’s the closest association one can make with the Biblical “angel”.
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Melda Ainunya

Q: How do we say “God’s grace toward me has not been in vain” in Quenya?

A: “Eruanna nin úmië yávelóra

L: “God-gift toward me has not been fruitless”

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Analysis

  • Eruanna = n. God’s grace, God’s gift
  • nin = ni+[n] = obj. pron. “me”+[dative case suffix]
  • úmië = umë+[ië] = neg. vb. not to be, not to do+[perfect suffix]
  • yávelóra = yávë+[lóra] = n. fruit+[adjectival suffix “-less”]
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Eruanna nin úmië yávelóra

Q: How do we say “Sunder not the light of this day” in Quenya?

A: “Áva ascatë i cala sírava

L: “Do not break asunder the light of this day”

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Analysis

  • Áva = neg. imperative particle
  • ascatë = vb. break asunder
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • cala = n. light
  • sírava = síra+[va] = adv. today, this day+[possessive case suffix]
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Áva ascatë i cala sírava

Q: How do we say “Hope thou not much, and fear thou not at all” in Quenya?

A: “Á harya titta estel, ar áva rucë muntallo ullumë

L: “Have little hope, and do not fear nothing never”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • harya = vb. to have, to possess
  • titta = adj. little, tiny, small
  • estel = n. hope
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • áva = neg. imperative particle
  • rucë = vb. to fear, to feel fear or horror
  • muntallo = munta+[llo] = pron. “nothing”+[ablative case suffix]
  • ullumë = adv. never
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Á harya titta estel ar á rucë muntallo ullumë

Q: How do we say “Love Earth” in Quenya?

A: “Á melë Arda

L: “Love Earth”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • melë = vb. to love
  • Arda = n. Earth, the planet
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Á melë Arda

Q: How do we say “So tonight I might see” in Quenya?

A: “Sië sillómë cé cenin

L: “So tonight may be I see”

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Analysis

  • Sië = adv. thus, so, then
  • sillómë = {sina}+lómë = {demons. pron. “this”}+n. night
  • cé = uncertainty particle “may be, might be”
  • cenin = cenë+[n] = vb. to see+[pers. pron. “I”]
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Sië sillómë cé cenin

Q: How do we say “May your paths be green and the wind will take you, until we meet again” in Quenya?

A: “Nai tielyar nauvar laicë ar i súrë tulyuva le, tenna vélalvë ata

L: “May your paths be green and the wind will lead you, until we meet again”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal vb. “may” used to construct wishing sentences.
  • tielyar = tië+[lya]+{r} = n. way, path, road+[poss. pron. “your”]+{plural marker}
  • nauvar = ná+[uva]+{r} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{plural marker}
  • laicë = laica+[ë] = adj. green+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • súrë = n. wind
  • tulyuva = tulya+[uva] = vb. to lead, to guide, to take+[future suffix]
  • le = obj. pron. “you”
  • tenna = prep. until, up to, as far as
  • vélalvë = véla+[lvë] = vb. to meet+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • ata = adv. again
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Nai tielyar nauvar laicë ar i súrë tulyuva le tenna vélalvë ata

Q: How do we say “The voice that said light be, says I am yours and you are mine” in Quenya?

A: “I óma ya quentë ëa cala, quetë nanyë lyenya ar nalyë ninya

L: “The voice that said there is light, says I am yours and you are mine”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • óma = n. voice
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • quentë = quetë+[në] = vb. to speak, to say+[past suffix]
  • ëa = vb. there to be, to exist
  • cala = n. light
  • quetë = vb. to speak, to say
  • nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • lyenya = indep. poss. pron. “yours”
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ninya = indep. poss. pron. “mine”
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I óma ya quentë ëa cala quetë nanyë lyenya ar nalyë ninya

Q: How do we say “Catch your dreams” in Quenya?

A: “Á mapa olorelyar

L: “Seize your dreams”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • mapa = vb. to grasp, to seize, to catch
  • olorelyar = olos+[lya]+{r} = n. dream+[poss. pron. “your”]+{plural marker}
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Á mapa olorelyar

Q: How do we say “Dedicated to my father…May the wind swell your sails” in Quenya?

A: “Sataina atarinyan… Nai i súrë tiuyuva cirienelyar

L: “Set aside to my father…May the wind swell your sailings”

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Analysis

  • Sataina = satë+[ina] = vb. to set aside, to appropriate (for a special purpose)+[passive participle suffix]
  • atarinyan = atar+[nya]+{n} = n. father+[poss. pron. “my”]+{dative case suffix}
  • Nai = modal vb. “may” used to construct wishing sentences.
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • súrë = n. wind
  • tiuyuva = tiuya+[uva] = vb. to grow fat, to swell+[future suffix]
  • cirienelyar = cirë+[ië]+{lya}+(r) = vb. to sail+[gerund suffix]+{poss. pron. “your”}+(plural marker)
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(7 Yávië 141)

Sataina atarinyan Nai i súrë tiuyuva cirienelyar

Q: How do we say “You are my best friend. I love you always and forever” in Quenya?

A: “Nalyë ammára meldonya. Melinyel illumë ar oialë

L: “You are my best friend. I love you always and forever”

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Analysis

  • Nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ammára = {an}+mára = {superlative suffix}+adj. good
  • meldonya = meldo+[nya] = n. friend (male friend)+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • Melinyel = melë+[nyë]+{l} = vb. to love+[pers. pron. “I”]+{obj. pron. “you”}
  • illumë = adv. always, all time
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • oialë = adv. everlastingly, forever, eternally
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Nalyë ammára meldonya Melinyel illumë ar oialë

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

A: “I Periandenor

L: “The Halflingland”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • Periandenor = Perian+[nor] = n. Halfling+[land suffix]
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Danielle
(5 Yávië 141)

I Periandenor

Q: How do we say “Home is behind, the world ahead” in Quenya?

A: “Már ná cana, i Ambar opo.

L: “Home is behind, the World in front of”

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Analysis

  • Már = n. home, house, dwelling
  • ná = vb. to be
  • cana = prep. behind
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • Ambar = n. World
  • opo = prep. before, in front ot (spacial relations)
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Samantha
(4 Yávië 141)

Már ná cana i Ambar opo

Q: How do we say “May the stars shine upon your faces” in Quenya?

A: “Nai i eleni caluvar antalyannar

L: “May the stars shine upon your faces”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may” used to construct wishing expressions
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • eleni = elen+[i] = n. star+[plural marker]
  • caluvar = calë+{uva}+[r] = vb. to shine+{future suffix}+[plural marker]
  • antalyannar = anta+{lya}+(nna)+[r] = n. face+{poss. pron. “your”}+(allative case suffix)+[plural marker]
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Kayla Griffin
(72 Lairë 141)

Nai i eleni caluvar antalyannar

Q: How do we say “At the sight of this sword darkness will flee! For I fight in the name of Eru” in Quenya?

A: “Ceniessë macilwa sina mornië rucuva! An mahtan essenen Eruva

L: “At the seeing of this sword darkness will flee! For I fight by means of the name of Eru”

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Analysis

  • Ceniessë = cenë+{ië}+[ssë] = vb. to see+{gerund suffix}+[locative case suffix]
  • macilwa = macil+[wa] = n. sword+[possessive case suffix]
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • mornië = n. darkness
  • rucuva = rucë+{uva} = vb. to fly to, to escape to, to fear+{future suffix}
  • An = conj. and prep. “for”
  • mahtan = mahta+[n] = vb. to fight+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • essenen = essë+[nen] = n. name+[instrumental case suffix]
  • Eruva = Eru+[va] = n. God+[possessive case suffix]
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Daviyd
(71 Lairë 141)

Ceniessë macilwa sina mornië rucuva An mahtan essenen Eruva

Q: How do we say “In the name of Eru, I fight, there is none like him” in Quenya?

A: “Essenen Eruva, mahtan, eä lá quén ve se

L: “By means of the name of Eru, I fight, there is no one like him.”

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Analysis

  • Essenen = essë+[nen] = n. name+[instrumental case suffix]
  • Eruva = Eru+[va] = n. God+[possessive case suffix]
  • mahtan = mahta+[n] = vb. to fight+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • eä = vb. there to be, to exist
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • quén = n. person, one
  • ve = prep. as, like
  • se = obj. pron. “him, her, it”
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Daviyd
(70 Lairë 141)

Essenen Eruva mahtan eä lá quén ve se

Q: How do we say “What if tomorrow never comes?” in Quenya?

A: “Mana marta qui enwa ullumë tulë?

L: “What happens if tomorrow never comes?”

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Analysis

  • Mana = interr. pron. “what”
  • marta = vb. to chance, to happen
  • qui = conj. “if”
  • enwa = n. tomorrow
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • tulë = vb. to come
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Luciana Nolla
(69 Lairë 141)

Mana marta qui enwa ullumë tulë

Q: How do we say “I am devils that gossip about my favors” in Quenya?

A: “Nanyë Moringottor yar nyarir annanyon.

L: “I am Morgoths that tell about my gifts.

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Analysis

  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • Moringottor = Moringotto+[r] = Black Foe+[plural marker]. OBS.: Moringotto is the Quenya equivalent of Morgoth, the name of the Evil One in the Tolkien mythos.
  • yar = ya+[r] = relative pron. “that, which”+[plural marker]
  • nyarir = nyarë+[r] = vb. to tell, to relate+[plural marker]
  • annanyon = anna+[nya]+{on} = n. gift, grace+[poss. pron. “my”]+{genitive case plural suffix}
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emirr
(67 Lairë 141)

Nanyë Moringottor yar nyarir annanyon

Q: How do we say “And she lived happily ever after” in Quenya?

A: “Ar naryë cuina alassëa oialë

L: “And she was alive happy everlastingly

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Analysis

  • Ar = conj. “and”
  • naryë = ná+[ryë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “he, she, it”]
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • alassëa = adj. happy, joyous
  • oialë = adv. for ever, everlastingly
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Vanessa
(63 Lairë 141)

Ar naryë cuina alassëa oialë

Q: How do we say “Redeem and come to my spirituality dwelling” in Quenya?

A: “Á rúna ar á tulë fairëa mardinyanna

L: “Redeem and come to my spiritual dwelling

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • rúna = to free, to redeem
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • tulë = vb. to come
  • fairëa = fairë+[ëa] = n. spirit (as opposed to matter)+[adjectival suffix]
  • mardinyanna = mar+{nya}+[nna] = n. home, dwelling, house+{poss. pron. “my”}+[allative case suffix]
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hijoteufel
(61 Lairë 141)

Á rúna ar á tulë fairëa mardinyanna

Q: How do we say “My family is my backbone” in Quenya?

A: “Nossenya ná talmanya

L: “My family is my foundation

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Analysis

  • Nossenya = nossë+[nya] = n. family, clan, house+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • talmanya = talma+[nya] = n. foundation, base, root+[poss. pron. “my”]
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daniel thompson
(57 Lairë 141)

Nossenya ná talmanya

Q: How do we say “I will never forget you” in Quenya?

A: “Uenyaluvanyel ullumë

L: “I will unremember you never

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Analysis

  • Uenyaluvanyel = {ú-}+enyalë+[uva]+(nyë)+<l> = {prefix “not, un-, in-}+vb. to remember+[future suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)+<obj. pron. “you”>
  • ullumë = adv. never
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playboyy
(56 Lairë 141)

Uenyaluvanyel ullumë

Q: How do we say “Little brother” in Quenya?

A: “Titta toron / Tornincë

L: Small brother / Smallbrother

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Analysis

  • Titta = adj. little, small, tiny
  • toron = n. brother
  • Tornincë = toron+[incë] = n. brother+[diminutive suffix]. OBS.: With both forms (titta toron & tornincë) one can express the same idea.
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Pete
(55 Lairë 141)

Titta toron Tornincë

Q: How do we say “My guardian angel” in Quenya?

A: “Valanya

L: My Vala

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Analysis

  • Valanya = Vala+[nya] = Vala+[poss. pron. “my”]. OBS.: Valar (sing. Vala) are the Powers of the World, angelic creatures that rule the world. They are described as angelic governors or angelic guardians. Therefore, “guardian angel” as a concept is the exact equivalent of Vala itself.
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onur bağcı
(54 Lairë 141)

Valanya

Q: How do we say “With all my love forever” in Quenya?

A: “Yo ilya melmenya tennoio

L: With all my love forever

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Analysis

  • Yo = prep. with
  • ilya = n. & adj. all, every, whole, each
  • melmenya = melmë+[nya] = n. love+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • tennoio = adv. for ever, forever.
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Marenya
(53 Lairë 141)

Yo ilya melmenya tennoio

Q: How do we say “Lion heart” in Quenya?

A: “Órë ráva

L: Heart of lion

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Analysis

  • Órë = n. heart, inner mind
  • ráva = rá+[va] = n. lion+[possessive case suffix]
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jessmuzza
(52 Lairë 141)

Órë ráva

Q: How do we say “Follow your bliss” in Quenya?

A: “Á hilya alasselya

L: Follow your happiness

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • hilya = vb. to follow
  • alasselya = alassë+[lya] = n. happiness, joy+[poss. pron. “your”]
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Braden
(45 Lairë 141)

Á hilya alasselya

Q: How do we say “There is some good in this world, and it’s worth fighting for.” in Quenya?

A: Eä márië Ambaressë, ar nas valda i mahtië.

L: There is goodness in the World, and it’s worthy the fighting

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Analysis

  • Eä = vb. there to be, to exist
  • márië = n. goodness
  • Ambaressë = Ambar+[ssë] = World+[locative case suffix]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • nas = ná+{s} = vb. to be+{pers. pron. “it”}
  • valda = adj. worthy
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • mahtië = mahta+[ië] = vb. to fight+[gerund suffix]
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Eä márië Ambaressë ar nas valda i mahtië

Q: How do we say “Don’t stop believing. Stay true to your values.” in Quenya?

A: “Áva pusta savë. Á lemya voronda indómelyan.”

L: “Don’t stop to believe. Remain faithful to your settled character.

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Analysis

  • Áva = negative imperative particle.
  • pusta = vb. to stop, to put a stop to, to cease.
  • savë = vb. to believe.
  • Á = imperative particle.
  • lemya = vb. to remain, to tarry.
  • voronda = adj. true, faithful.
  • indómelyan = indómë+{lya}+[n] = character, settled character, will+{poss. pron. “your”}+[dative case suffix]
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Áva pusta savë Á lemya voronda indómelyan

Q: How do we say “Warrior” in Quenya?

A: “Ohtatyaro / Ohtar”

L: “Warrior

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Analysis

  • Ohtatyaro = ohta+(tyaro) = n. war+(agental suffix “doer, actor, agent”)
  • Ohtar = n. warrior. A shorter form and synonym of “ohtatyaro” which may be confused with the plural form of “war”.
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Ohtatyaro Ohtar

Ohtatyaro

Q: How do we say “Everything you ever wanted is on the other side of fear.” in Quenya?

A: “Ilya mernel oi ná exa massë caureva.”

L: “All you ever wanted is on the other hand of fear.

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Analysis

  • Ilya = n. & adj. “all, every, each, whole”
  • mernel = mernë+[l] = vb. to want+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • oi = adv. ever, continually
  • ná = vb. to be
  • exa = adj. & n. other
  • massë = má+[ssë] = n. hand+[locative case suffix]. OBS.: There’s no word in Quenya for “side”. Alternative “hand” was chosen here to maintain the sentence’s meaning was “hand”. Facet or face it could be also used.
  • caureva = caurë+[va] = n. fear+[possessive case suffix]
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Ilya mernel oi ná exa massë caureva

Q: How do we say “Sky above me. Earth below me. Fire within me.” in Quenya?

A: “Ilwë or ni. Cemen nún ni. Nárë mir ni.”

L: “Sky above me. Soil underneath me. Fire within me.

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Analysis

  • Ilwë = n. sky, heaven
  • or = prep. above, over
  • ni = obj. pron. “me”
  • Cemen = n. earth, soil, ground
  • nún = adv. below, down below, underneath
  • Nárë = n. fire, flame
  • mir = prep. inside, to the inside, within
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NinaMoonn
(36 Lairë 141)

Ilwë or ni Cemen nún ni Nárë mir ni

Q: How do we say “Crown” in Quenya?

A: “Ríë”

L: “Crown

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Analysis

  • Ríë = n. crown
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Ríë

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

A: “Méla”

L: “Loving

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Analysis

  • Méla = adj. loving, affectionate, passionate. OBS.: Adjectives are genderless. Méla is either masculine and feminine.
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(31 Lairë 141)
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Méla

Q: How do we say “Love is the only truth” in Quenya?

A: “Melmë ná i er sanya”

L: “Love is the only truth

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Analysis

  • Melmë = n. love
  • ná = vb. to be
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • er = adv. only, still, but, just
  • sanya = n. fact. truth
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(30 Lairë 141)
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Melmë ná i er sanya

Q: How do we say “Other men it is said have seen angels, but I have seen thee and thou art enough” in Quenya?

A: “Eques exë neri ecénier Ainur, mal ecénienyel ar nalyë farëa.”

L: “It’s said other men have seen Ainur, but I have seen you and you are enough

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Analysis

  • Eques = n. dictum, proverb. Also, expression that introduces direct speech or simply meaning ‘it is said, it says’
  • exë = exa+[ë] = adj. other+[plural marker]
  • neri = nér+[i] = n. man+[plural marker]
  • ecénier = {e}+cenë+(ië)+[r] = {perfect suffix}+vb. to see+(perfect suffix)+[plural marker]
  • Ainur = spiritual creature from Tolkien mythos that may be compared to the Biblical idea of “angel”.
  • mal = conj. “but, however”
  • ecénienyel = {e}+cenë+(ië)+[nyë]+/l/ = {perfect suffix}+vb. to see+(perfect suffix)+[pers. pron. “I”]+/obj. pron. “you”/
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • farëa = adj. enough, sufficient
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Eques exë neri ecénier Ainur mal ecénienyel ar nalyë farëa

Q: How do we say “I don’t understand these humans” in Quenya?

A: “Umin hanya firyar sinë.”

L: “I don’t understand these humans.

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Analysis

  • Umin = umë+[n] = neg. vb. “not to do, not to be”+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • hanya = vb. to understand
  • firyar = firya+[r] = n. Mortal (a way of calling human)+[plural marker]
  • sinë = sina+[ë] = demonst. pron. “this”+[plural marker]
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(25 Lairë 141)

Umin hanya firyar sinë

Q: How do we say “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” in Quenya?

A: “Umis ya yétal, i valdëa nat; nas ya cenil.”

L: “It’s not what you look at, the important thing; it’s what you see.

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Analysis

  • Umis = umë+[s] = neg. vb. “not to do, not to be”+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which, what”
  • yétal = yéta+[l] = vb. to look at+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • valdëa = adj. important, of moment.
  • nat = n. thing
  • nas = ná+[s] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • cenil = cenë+[l] = vb. to see+[pers. pron. “you”]
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(23 Lairë 141)
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Umis ya yétal i valdëa nat nas ya cenil

Q: How do we say “Believe and you’ll find your way” in Quenya?

A: “Á harya estel ar hiruval tielya”

L: “Have hope and you’ll find your way

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • harya = vb. to have. OBS.: There is in Quenya the verb “to believe” but it means “believing that something is or someone tells the truth”. For this reason not used here.
  • estel = n. hope, faith
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • hiruval = hirë+{uva}+[l] = vb. to find+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • tielya = tië+[lya] = n. path, way, road, direction+[poss. pron. “your”]
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Barbara
(22 Lairë 141)

Á harya estel ar hiruval tielya

Q: How do we say “I’d like to know…would you date me?” in Quenya?

A: “Merin ista…cé queruval immo melmenya?”

L: “I want to know…might you become my love?

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Analysis

  • Merin = merë+[n] = vb. to want+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • ista = vb. to know
  • cé = particle indicating uncertainty “may be, might be, perhaps”
  • queruval = querë+{uva}+[l] = vb. to turn+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • immo = reflexive pron. “oneself, myself, yourself, himself, herself.”
  • melmenya = melmë+[nya] = n. love+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Gabriel Leite
(16 Lairë 141)

Merin ista cé queruval immo melmenya

Q: How do we say “Laura and Tom forever and always” in Quenya?

A: “Riellë ar Onóno oialë ar illumë”

L: “Laura and Tom eternally and always.

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Analysis

  • Riellë = composed name based on Laura etymology. Check here.
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • Onóno = composed name based on Tom etymology. Check here.
  • oialë = adv. eternally, in eternity, forever. Also the n. everlasting age.
  • illumë = adv. always
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Riellë ar Onóno oialë ar illumë

Q: How do we say “Horse breathes life” in Quenya?

A: “Rocco súya cuilë”

L: “Horse breathes being alive

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Analysis

  • Rocco = n. horse
  • súya = vb. to breathe
  • cuilë = n. being alive, life
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Rocco súya cuilë

Q: How do we say “Please be stronger than your past. The future may still give you a chance.” in Quenya?

A: “Nai máriello nauval tulca lá vanwielya. Ecë i enwan er anta len martië.”

L: “May you please be stronger than your past. The tomorrow may still give you a chance.

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may” used to express wishes.
  • máriello = márië+[llo] = n. goodness+[ablative case suffix]. A way of saying “please”. Lit. meaning “out of goodness”
  • nauval = ná+{uva}+[l] = vb. to be+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • tulca = adj. strong, firm, steadfast. The form of the adjective doesn’t change in relative comparison.
  • lá = prep. athwart, across, beyond, over. Used in comparisons with the same value as “than”
  • vanwielya = vanwië+[lya] = n. past time+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • Ecë = modal verb “may” used to express “have chance, opportunity or permission”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • enwan = enwa+[n] = n. tomorrow, future+[dative case suffix]
  • er = adv. only, still, but, yet
  • anta = vb. to give
  • len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • martië = marta+[ië] = vb. to happen, to chance+[gerund suffix]
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Nai máriello nauval tulca lá vanwielya Ecë i enwan er anta len martië

Q: How do we say “Elf-ruler” in Quenya?

A: “Eldatur”

L: “Elfruler

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Analysis

  • Eldatur = elda+[tur] = n. elf+[ruler suffix]
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Eldatur

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

A: “Váquetië immo / Hehtalë / Hehtalë immo”

L: “Self-denial / Abandonment / Self-abandonment

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Analysis

  • Váquetië = váquetë+[ië] = vb. to deny, to refuse, to forbid, to say no+[gerund suffix]
  • immo = reflex. pron. “oneself”
  • Hehtalë = hehta+[lë] = vb. to abandon, to forsake+[abstract noun suffix]
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Váquetië immo Hehtalë Hehtalë immo

Q: How do we say “Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars.” in Quenya?

A: “Isilmë quoro ilyë hequa i ancalimë eleni.”

L: “Moonlight chokes all except the brightest stars.

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Analysis

  • Isilmë = n. moonlight
  • quoro = vb. to choke, to suffocate, to drown out
  • ilyë = ilya+[ë] = n. & pron. “all, whole, every, each”+[plural marker]
  • hequa = prep. “except, leaving aside, excluding, not counting”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • ancalimë = {an}+calima+[ë] = {superlative prefix}+adj. bright+[plural marker]
  • eleni = elen+[i] = n. star+[plural marker]
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Isilmë quoro ilyë hequa i ancalimë eleni

Q: How do we say “An unexpected journey” in Quenya?

A: “Ilapacenna lenda”

L: “Unforeseen journey

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Analysis

  • Ilapacenna = {il}+apacenë+(nna) = {prefix un-, in-}+vb. to foresee+(passive participle suffix)
  • lenda = n. journey
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Ilapacenna lenda

Q: How do we say “Daughter of grace” in Quenya?

A: “Yendë eruanno”

L: “Daughter of grace

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Analysis

  • Yendë = n. daughter
  • eruanno = eruanna+[o] = n. grace, God-grace, God-gift+[genitive case suffix]
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Yendë eruanno

Q: How do we say “Ranger” in Quenya?

A: “Rána”

L: “Wanderer

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Analysis

  • Rána = n. wayward, wanderer, ranger. Rána is also a name given to the Moon.
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Rána

Q: How do we say “Even the smallest person can change the course of the future” in Quenya?

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

L: “Alike may the tiniest person change the way of tomorrow

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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
  • enwava = enwa+[va] = n. tomorrow+[possessive case suffix]
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Véla ecë i antitta quén vista i tië enwava

Q: How do we say “Courage denies fear” in Quenya?

A: “Huorë lala caurë”

L: “Courage denies fear

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Analysis

  • Huorë = n. courage
  • lala = vb. to deny. OBS.: A homophone means “laugh”
  • caurë = n. fear
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Huorë lala caurë

Q: How do we say “Angela, today, tomorrow, forever” in Quenya?

A: “Aini, síra, enwa, tennoio”

L: “Aini, today, tomorrow, forever

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Analysis

  • Aini = etymological equivalent already composed here.
  • síra = n. today
  • enwa = n. tomorrow
  • tennoio = adv. forever
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Aini síra enwa tennoio

Q: How do we say “Red fox” in Quenya?

A: “Carnë rusco”

L: “Red fox

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Analysis

  • Carnë = adj. red
  • rusco = n. fox
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(45 Tuilë 141)

Carnë rusco

Q: How do we say “My heart belongs to them” in Quenya?

A: “Órenya ná haryaina tenen”

L: “My heart is possessed by them

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Analysis

  • Órenya = órë+[nya] = n. heart, inner mind+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • haryaina = harya+{ina} = vb. to have, to possess+{passive participle suffix}
  • tenen = te+[nen] = obj. pron. “them”+[instrumental case suffix]
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Órenya ná haryaina tenen

Q: How do we say “OMNIA MEA MECVM PORTO” in Quenya?

A: “Ilya haryan colin óni.”

L: “All I have I carry with me

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Analysis

  • Ilya = n. & adj. all, every, each, whole
  • haryan = harya+[n] = vb. to have, to possess+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • colin = colë+[n] = vb. to bear, to carry+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • óni = {ó}+ni = {prefix “with, together”}+obj. pron. “me”
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Ilya haryan colin óni

Q: How do we say “What comes around goes around” in Quenya?

A: “Ya caril, peluvas len”

L: “(That) which you do, it’ll go round to you

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Analysis

  • Ya = relative pronoun “that, which, what”
  • caril = carë+[l] = vb. to do+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • peluvas = pelë+{uva}+[s] = vb. to go round, to revolve, to return+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • OBS: A very hard English idiom to translate to Quenya. I tried here to work with the meaning of this idiom as well as the words themselves where possible.
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Ya caril peluvas len

Q: How do we say “Don’t let your dreams be dreams” in Quenya?

A: “Áva lavë olorelyar návë olori.”

L: “Don’t allow your dreams being dreams.

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Analysis

  • Áva = negative imperative particle
  • lavë = vb. to allow, to yield, to grant
  • olorelyar = olos+{lya}+[r] = n. dream+{poss. pron. “your”}+[plural marker]
  • návë = gerund form of verb ná = to be
  • olori = olos+[i] = n. dream+[plural marker]
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Áva lavë olorelyar návë olori

Q: How do we say “Hang tough, butterfly” in Quenya?

A: “Nai tulca nauval, wilwarin”

L: “May you be firm, butterfly

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may” (used to express wishes)
  • tulca = adj. firm, strong, steadfast, immovable
  • nauval = ná+{uva}+[l] = vb. to be+{future tense suffix}+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • wilwarin = n. butterfly. Also, the name of the constellation identified as Cassiopeia.
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Nai tulca nauval wilwarin

Q: How do we say “Smile with lapis light through rain” in Quenya?

A: “Á raita yo luinë cala ter mistë.”

L: “Smile with blue light through rain.

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • raita = vb. to smile
  • yo = prep. “with”
  • luinë = adj. blue
  • cala = n. light
  • ter = prep. “through”
  • mistë = n. rain
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Á raita yo luinë cala ter mistë

Q: How do we say “But don’t travel alone” in Quenya?

A: “Mal áva lelya eressëa”

L: “But don’t travel alone

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Analysis

  • Mal = conj. “but”
  • áva = neg. imperative particle
  • lelya = vb. to go, to travel
  • eressëa = adj. alone, lonely
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(30 Tuilë 141)

Mal áva lelya eressëa

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

A: “Séretyaro / Séretyarë”

L: “Peacemaker (m.) / Peacemaker (f.)

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Analysis

  • Séretyaro = sérë+[tyaro] = n. peace+[masculine agent, actor, doer suffix]
  • Séretyarë = sérë+[tyarë] = n. peace+[feminine agent, actor, doer suffix]
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Séretyaro Séretyarë

Q: How do we say “Beware of dog ” in Quenya?

A: “Á cimë huo.”

L: “Heed dog.

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • cimë = vb. to heed
  • huo = n. dog
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Á cimë huo

Q: How do we say “Fear God, not man.” in Quenya?

A: “Á rucë Erullo, áva fírimallo.”

L: “Fear God, not mortal (man)

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • rucë = vb. to feel fear, to feel horror (this verb requires ablative case)
  • Erullo = Eru+[llo] = God+[ablative case suffix]
  • áva = neg. imperative particle
  • fírimallo = fírima+[llo] = n. mortal man+[ablative case suffix]
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Á rucë Erullo, áva fírimallo

Q: How do we say “Pride cometh before the fall” in Quenya?

A: “Alcar immo tulë nó i lanta”

L: “Glory oneself comes before the fall

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Analysis

  • Alcar = n. glory, splendor, radiance
  • immo = reflex. pron. oneself
  • tulë = vb. to come
  • nó = adv. “before” (time relations only, not spatial)
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • lanta = n. fall
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Alcar immo tulë nó i lanta

Q: How do we say “North, south, east, west, northwest, northeast, southwest, southeast.” in Quenya?

A: “Formen, hyarmen, rómen, númen, fornúmen, forrómen, hyarnúmen, hyarrómen.”

L: “North, south, east, west, northwest, northeast, southwest, southeast.

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Analysis

  • Formen = north
  • hyarmen = south
  • rómen = east
  • númen = west
  • fornúmen = [for-]+númen = [north prefix]+west
  • forrómen = [for-]+rómen = [north prefix]+east
  • hyarnúmen = [hyar-]+númen = [south prefix]+west
  • hyarrómen = [hyar-]+rómen = [south prefix]+rómen
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Formen hyarmen rómen númen fornúmen forrómen hyarnúmen hyarrómen

Q: How do we say “…and, long after I have gone, in spirit.” in Quenya?

A: “…ar, apa andavë avánien, fëassë.”

L: “…and, long after I have gone, in spirit.

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Analysis

  • ar = conj. “and”
  • apa = prep. “after”
  • andavë = anda+[vë] = adj. long+[adverb suffix “-ly”]
  • avánien = auta+{a-}+(-ië)+[n] = vb. to leave, to depart+{perfect tense prefix}+(perfect tense suffix)+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • fëassë = fëa+[ssë] = n. spirit, soul+[locative case suffix]
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Ar apa andavë avánien fëassë

Q: How do we say “Live your dreams and don’t live life dreaming them” in Quenya?

A: “Nai cuinë olorelyar ar áva óla len cuilelyassë. “

L: “May alive (be) your dreams and don’t let it be dreamed for you in your life.

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb “may” when expressing wishes.
  • cuinë = cuina+[ë] = adj. alive+[plural marker]
  • olorelyar = olos+{lya}+[r] = n. dream+{poss. pron. “your”}+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • áva = neg. imperative particle
  • óla = vb. to dream. Impersonal verb. (You dream = “it dreams for you” literally)
  • len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • cuilelyassë = cuilë+{lya}+[ssë] = n. being alive, life+{poss. pron. your}+[locative case suffix]
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Nai cuina olorelyar ar áva óla len cuilelyassë

Q: How do we say “I shall be your guardian now in flesh and bone…” in Quenya?

A: “Nauvan cundolya sí hrónessë ar axossë…”

L: “I shall be your guardian now in flesh and bone…

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Analysis

  • Nauvan = ná+{uva}+[n] = vb. to be+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • cundolya = cundo+[lya] = n. guardian+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • sí = adv. now
  • hrónessë = hrón+[ssë] = n. flesh, matter, substance+[locative case suffix]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • axossë = axo+[ssë] = n. bone+[locative case suffix]
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(15 Tuilë 141)

Nauvan cundolya sí hrónessë ar axossë

Q: How do we say “Galadriel, Lady of the Light.” in Quenya?

A: “Altariel, i Heri Cálëo.”

L: “Galadriel, the Lady of Light.

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Analysis

  • Altariel = Quenya original form of the Sindarin “Galadriel”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • Heri = n. lady
  • Cálëo = cálë+[o] = n. light+[genitive suffix case]
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Altariel i heri cálëo

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