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Q: How do we say “My heart is like a moon. It also has a dark side” in Quenya?

A: “Órenya ná ve Isil. Yando haryas morna asta”

L: “My heart is like Moon. Also it has dark part”

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Analysis

  • Órenya = órë+[nya] = n. heart+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • ve = prep. as, like
  • Isil = n. Moon
  • Yando = adv. also, too
  • haryas = harya+[s] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • morna = adj. dark, black
  • asta = n. division, part (mainly referring to equal parts)
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Órenya ná ve Isil Yando haryas morna asta

Q: How do we say “We make stories of our lives.” in Quenya?

A: “Carilvë quentar cuilelvallon”

L: “We make stories from our lives.”

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Analysis

  • Carilvë = carë+[lvë] = vb. to make, to do+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • quentar = quenta+[r] = n. story, narration+[plural marker]
  • cuilelvallon = cuilë+[lva]+{llon} = n. life, being alive+[poss. pron. inclusive “our”]+{ablative case plural suffix}
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Carilvë quentar cuilelvallon

Q: How do we say “How we remember changes how we have lived. Time run both ways” in Quenya?

A: “Manen enyalilvë ahier manen elémielvë cuinë. Lúmë yurë yúyo tië”

L: “How we recall changes how we’ve remained alive. Time run both ways “

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Analysis

  • Manen = interr. adj. “how”
  • enyalilvë = enyalë+[lvë] = vb. to recall, to remember+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • ahier = ahya+[ië]+{r} = vb. to change+[gerund suffix]+{plural marker}
  • elémielvë = {e-}+lemya+[ië]+(lvë) = {perfect prefix}+vb. to remain, to tarry+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. inclusive “we”)
  • cuinë = cuina+[ë] = adj. alive+[plural marker]
  • Lúmë = n. time
  • yurë = vb. to run
  • yúyo = adv. both
  • tië = n. way, road, path
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Manen enyalilvë ahier manen elémielvë cuinë Lúmë yurë yúyo tië

Q: How do we say “Faith” in Quenya?

A: “Estel”

L: “Faith”

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Analysis

  • Estel = n. hope, faith
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Estel

Q: How do we say “I have stood for thousands of years and have not faltered; the day I met you, my legs shook” in Quenya?

A: “Atárien húmi loar ar úmien palë; i aurë vélanenyel, telconyar paller.”

L: “I have stood thousands years and I have not (been) shaken; the day I met you, my legs shook”

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Analysis

  • Atárien = {a-}+tarë+[ië]+(n) = {perfect prefix}+vb. to stand+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)
  • húmi = húmë+[i] = num. “thousand”+[plural marker]
  • loar = loa+[r] = n. year+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • úmien = umë+[ië]+{n} = neg. vb. “not to do, not to be”+[perfect suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
  • palë = vb. to shake, to tremble, to falter
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • aurë = n. day, special day
  • vélanenyel = véla+[ne]+{nye}+(l) = vb. to meet+[past suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}+(obj. pron. “you”)
  • telconyar = telco+[nya]+{r} = n. leg+[poss. pron. “my”]+{plural marker}
  • paller = palë+[ne]+{r} = vb. to shake+[past suffix]+{plural marker}
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Atárien húmi loar ar úmien palë i aurë vélanenyel telconyar paller

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Q: How do we say “Vána, queen of flowers, our garden behold” in Quenya?

A: “Vána, Lótetári, á cenë tarwalma”

L: “Vána, Flowerqueen, behold our garden”

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Analysis

  • Vána = name of a Valië.
  • Lótetári = lótë+[tári] = n. flower+[n. queen]
  • á = imperative particle
  • cenë = vb. to see, to behold
  • tarwalma = tarwa+[lma] = n. garden, enclosure+[poss. pron. exclusive “our”]
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Vána Lótetári á cenë tarwalma

Q: How do we say “Karma is a bitch” in Quenya?

A: “Mandë ná puhtatyarë”

L: “Final fortune is a coitus-maker”

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Analysis

  • Mandë = n. doom, fate, final fortune, final end, final bliss, karma.
  • ná = vb. to be
  • puhtatyarë = puhta+[tyarë] = n. coitus, sex+[feminine agental suffix “actress, doer”]
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Mandë ná puhtatyarë

Q: How do we say “Bass clarinet” in Quenya?

A: “Tumna titta-nyellë”

L: “Low little-bell”

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Analysis

  • Tumna = adj. low, deep, low-lying, profound
  • titta-nyellë = titta+[nyellë] = adj. small, tiny+[n. bell]. Obs.: Translation based on the etymology of the word “clarinet” coming from French diminutive of clarine (little bell).
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Tumna titta-nyellë

Q: How do we say “You are strong” in Quenya?

A: “Nalyë tulca”

L: “You are strong”

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Analysis

  • Nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • tulca = adj. strong, steadfast, firm, immovable.
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Nalyë tulca

Q: How do we say “Life is a beautiful lie but death is a painful truth” in Quenya?

A: “Cuilë ná vanima huru mal firië ná naicelëa nanwalë”

L: “Life is beautiful lie but death is painful truth”

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Analysis

  • Cuilë = n. life, being alive
  • ná = vb. to be
  • vanima = adj. beautiful, fair
  • huru = n. lie, untruth
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • firië = n. death, natural death
  • naicelëa = adj. painful
  • nanwalë = nanwa+[lë] = adj. true, actual, existing+[abstract noun suffix]
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Cuilë ná vanima huru mal firië ná naicelëa nanwalë

Q: How do we say “The saddest thing in life is wasted talent” in Quenya?

A: “I anyérinqua nat cuilessë ná aucirna curu”

L: “The most grievous thing in life is cut off skill “

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • anyérinqua = {an}+nyérë+[inqua] = {superlative prefix}+n. sorrow, grief+[adjectival suffix “-ful”]
  • nat = n. thing
  • cuilessë = cuilë+[ssë] = n. life, being alive+[locative case suffix]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • aucirna = aucirë+[ina] = vb. to cut off (and get rid of or lose a portion)+[passive participle suffix]
  • curu = n. skill, ability, talent
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I anyérinqua nat cuilessë ná aucirna curu

Q: How do we say “Love is a verb, fearless on my breath” in Quenya?

A: “Melmë ná cardaquetta, caurelóra hwestanyassë”

L: “Love is actionword, fearless on my breath”

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Analysis

  • Melmë = n. love
  • ná = vb. to be
  • cardaquetta = carda+[quetta] = n. deed, action+[n. word]
  • caurelóra = caurë+[lóra] = n. fear+[adjectival suffix “-less”]
  • hwestanyassë = hwesta+[nya]+{ssë} = n. breeze, puff of air, breath+[poss. pron. suffix “my”]+{locative case suffix}
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Melmë ná cardaquetta caurelóra hwestanyassë

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

A: “Alta morna melmë”

L: “Big dark love”

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Analysis

  • Alta = adj. big, great, large in size
  • morna = adj. dark
  • melmë = n. love
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Alta morna melmë

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

A: “Illumë órenyassë”

L: “Always in my heart”

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Analysis

  • Illumë = adv. always
  • órenyassë = órë+[nya]+{ssë} = n. heart, inner mind+[poss. pron. “my”]+{locative case suffix}
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Illumë órenyassë

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Q: How do we say “Bee” in Quenya?

A: “Nion”

L: “Bee”

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Analysis

  • Nion = n. bee
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Nion

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

A: “Mórë”

L: “Blackness”

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Analysis

  • Mórë = n. blackness, night, darkness
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Mórë

Q: How do we say “Live fast, time won’t last” in Quenya?

A: “Nai cuina larcavë, lúmë úva vórëa”

L: “May (you be) alive fastly, time won’t be enduring”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal vb. “may” when used in wishing and imperative sentences. (Nai formula)
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • larcavë = larca+[ve] = adj. swift, quick, fast+[adverbial suffix]
  • lúmë = n. time
  • úva = úmë+[uva] = neg. vb. not to be, not to do+[future suffix]
  • vórëa = adj. continuous, enduring, lasting
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Nai cuina larcavë lúmë úva vórëa

Q: How do we say “A safe fairyland is untrue to all worlds” in Quenya?

A: “Varna sairina nórë ná ilanwa ilyë Ambarin”

L: “Safe magic land is unreal to all Worlds.”

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Analysis

  • Varna = adj. safe, protected
  • sairina = adj. magic (no word in Quenya for “fairy” and magic tends to maintain the same sense as “fairyland”)
  • nórë = n. land, country, dwelling-place
  • ná = vb. to be
  • ilanwa = {il}+[anwa] = {negative prefix “un-, in-, not-“}+[adj. real, true, actual]
  • ilyë = ilya+[ë] = n. & pron. “all, whole, each, every”+[plural marker]
  • Ambarin = Ambar+[in] = n. World+[dative case plural suffix]
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Varna sairina nórë ná ilanwa ilyë Ambarin

Q: How do we say “Stone” in Quenya?

A: “Ondo”

L: “Stone”

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Analysis

  • Ondo = n. stone (as material)
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Ondo

Q: How do we say “Our future begins now” in Quenya?

A: “Enwalva yessë sí”

L: “Our tomorrow begins now”

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Analysis

  • Enwalva = enwa+[lva] = n. tomorrow, future+[poss. pron. inclusive “our”]
  • yessë = vb. to start, to begin (derived from yesta & yessëa)
  • sí = adv. now
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Enwalva yessë sí

Q: How do we say “As the eagles fly” in Quenya?

A: “Ve i sorni wilir”

L: “As the eagles fly”

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Analysis

  • Ve = prep. “as, like”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • sorni = soron+[i] = n. eagle+[plural marker]
  • wilir = wilë+[r] = vb. to fly+[plural marker]
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Ve i sorni wilir

Q: How do we say “I will either find a way or make a way” in Quenya?

A: “Hiruvan tië hya caruvan tië”

L: “I will find a way or I will make a way”

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Analysis

  • Hiruvan = hirë+[uva]+{n} = vb. to find+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
  • tië = n. path, road, way
  • hya = conj. “or”
  • caruvan = carë+[uva]+{n} = vb. to do, to make+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
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Hiruvan tië hya caruvan tië

Q: How do we say “Every man is the architect of his own fortune” in Quenya?

A: “Ilya quén ná i samno manderyo”

L: “Every person is the builder of his fortune”

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Analysis

  • Ilya = n. & pron. “all, every, each, whole”
  • quén = n. one, person. OBS.: if the word “man” would be used in Quenya here, it’d strictly indicate the male human being instead of the larger sense of the sentence.
  • ná = vb. to be
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • samno = n. builder, carpenter
  • manderyo = mandë+[rya]+{o} = n. final fate, fortune, doom+[poss. pron. “his, her, its”]+{genitive case suffix}
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Ilya quén ná i samno manderyo

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

A: “Endor”

L: “Middle-Earth”

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Analysis

  • Endor = n. Middle-Earth
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Endor

Q: How do we say “Embrace the present and strike all else from concern” in Quenya?

A: “Á mapa i síra ar á petë ilya ya apë”

L: “Grasp the today and strike all that concerns.”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • mapa = vb. to seize, to grasp, to hold, to take
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • síra = adv. today
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • petë = vb. to strike, to knock
  • ilya = n. & pron. “all, each, every, whole”
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • apë = vb. to concern, to affect, to touch one
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Á mapa i síra ar á petë ilya ya apë

Q: How do we say “The past is seldom as we would have it. The future yet to be known” in Quenya?

A: “I vanwië ná lúlissen ve cé haryuvalves. I enwa nauva er istaina”

L: “The past is at some occasions as we would have it. The tomorrow will be yet known.”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • vanwië = n. past, past time, past tense
  • ná = vb. to be
  • lúlissen = lú+[li]+{ssen} = n. occasion, moment, specific time+[partitive plural suffix]+{locative plural suffix}
  • ve = prep. “as, like”
  • quén = n. person, one
  • cé = particle “may be” indicating uncertainty and used to express future past
  • haryuvalves = harya+[uva]+{lvë}+(s) = vb. to have+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. inclusive “we”}+(obj. pron. “it”)
  • enwa = n. tomorrow, future
  • nauva = ná+[uva] = vb. to be+[future suffix]
  • er = adv. still, yet, but
  • istaina = ista+[ina] = vb. to know+[passive particle suffix]
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I vanwië ná lúlissen ve cé haryuvalves I enwa nauva er istaina

Q: How do we say “We do not choose love. It claims each man as it will, and grips until there’s nothing left” in Quenya?

A: “Umilvë cilmë melmë. Canis ilya quén ve canuvas, ar mapas tenna ëa munta lemyaina”

L: “We don’t choose love. It demands each one as it will demand, and it seizes until there’s nothing remained.”

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Analysis

  • Umilvë = umë+[lvë] = neg. vb. not to do, not to be+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • cilmë = vb. to choose
  • melmë = n. love
  • canis = canë+[s] = vb. to demand, to command+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • ilya = adj. & pron. “each, all, whole, every”
  • quén = n. person, one
  • ve = prep. “as, like”
  • canuvas = canë+[uva]+{s} = vb. to demand, to command+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “it”]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • mapas = mapa+[s] = vb. to seize, to take, to grip, to hold+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • tenna = adv. “until”
  • ëa = vb. there to be, to exist
  • munta = indef. pron. “nothing”
  • lemyaina = lemya+[ina] = vb. to tarry, to remain, to keep+[passive particle suffix]
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Umilvë cilmë melmë Canis ilya quén ve canuvas ar mapas tenna ëa munta lemyaina

Q: How do we say “The lone wolf dies but the pack survives” in Quenya?

A: “I eressëa narmo firë mal i narmonossë lemya cuina”

L: “The lone wolf dies but the wolftroop keeps alive”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • eressëa = adj. alone, lonely, lone
  • narmo = n. wolf
  • firë = vb. to die
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • narmonossë = narmo+[nossë] = n. wolf+[n. band, army, troop]
  • lemya = vb. to remain, to keep, to maintain
  • cuina = adj. alive
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I eressëa narmo firë mal i narmonossë lemya cuina

Q: How do we say “Imagine” in Quenya?

A: “Á harya olori”

L: “Have visions”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • harya = vb. to have
  • olori = olos+[i] = n. dream, vision, imagination+[plural marker]
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Á harya olori

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

A: “Lenda”

L: “Journey”

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Analysis

  • Lenda = n. journey, quest, adventure
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Lenda

Q: How do we say “There is no happiness equal to the joy of finding someone who understands” in Quenya?

A: “Eä lá analta alassë lá talumë hiril quén i hanya”

L: “There is no greater joy than the moment you find a person who understands”

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Analysis

  • Eä = vb. there to be, to exist
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • analta = [an]+alta = [superlative prefix]+adj. big, great, large
  • alassë = n. joy, happiness, pleasure
  • lá = prep. athwart, over, across, beyond. Used in comparison sentences as in analta lá = lit. greater beyond (i.e. than).
  • talumë = adv. at that moment, at that time
  • hiril = hirë+[l] = vb. to find+[pers. pron. suffix “you”]
  • quén = n. person, one
  • i = rel. pron. “who, that”. Also def. art. “the”
  • hanya = vb. to understand, to know
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Eä lá analta alassë lá talumë hiril quén i hanya

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Q: How do we say “Inspire!” in Quenya?

A: “Á tinta!”

L: “Kindle!”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • tinta = vb. to kindle, to cause a spark, to inspire
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Á tinta

Q: How do we say “We cannot direct the winds, but we can adjust our sails” in Quenya?

A: “Umilvë polë carë i súri tentainë nar, mal polilvë vista cirielva.”

L: “We cannot make the winds be directed, but we can change our sailing”

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Analysis

  • Umilvë = umë+[lvë] = neg. vb. not to be, not to do+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • polë = vb. be able to, can
  • carë = vb. to make, to do
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • súri = súrë+[i] = n. wind+[plural marker]
  • tentainë = tenta+[ina]+{ë} = vb. to direct toward+[passive participle suffix]+{plural marker}
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • polilvë = polë+[lvë] = vb. be able to, can+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • vista = vb. change (transitive)
  • cirielva = cirë+[ië]+{lva} = vb. to sail+[gerund suffix]+{poss. pron. inclusive “ours”}
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Umilvë polë carë i súri tentainë nar mal polilvë vista cirielva

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

A: “Olórëa”

L: “Dreamy”

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Analysis

  • Olórëa = adj. dreamy, dreamlike
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Olórëa

Q: How do we say “Stay strong” in Quenya?

A: “Á lemya tulca”

L: “Remain strong”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • lemya = vb. to remain, to tarry, to keep
  • tulca = adj. strong, firm, steadfast
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Á lemya tulca

Q: How do we say “Always” in Quenya?

A: “Illumë”

L: “Always”

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Analysis

  • Illumë = adv. always. Lit. “all the time”
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Q: How do we say “May, 24th, 2014: Until the very end” in Quenya?

A: “4 Lairë 142: Tenna i metta imma”

L: “May, 24th, 2014: Until the very end”

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Analysis

  • 4 Lairë 142 = date converted into Imladris reckoning. For more details please check My special day in… the elvish calendar page
  • Tenna = adv. until, till
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • metta = n. end
  • imma = reflex. pron. “itself”
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4 Lairë 142 Tenna i metta imma

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

A: “Friendship”

L: “Nilmë”

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Analysis

  • Nilmë = n. friendship
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Nilmë

Q: How do we say “A gift of gods, this strong young dog will be a ruler of peace” in Quenya?

A: “Anna Valaron, tulca vinya huo sina nauva séretur”

L: “Gift of Valar, this strong young dog will be peace-ruler.”

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Analysis

  • Anna = n. gift
  • Valaron = Vala+[r]+{on} = n. Vala+[plural suffix]+{genitive case plural suffix}
  • tulca = adj. strong, firm, steadfast
  • vinya = adj. young, new
  • huo = n. dog
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • nauva = ná+[uva] = vb. to be+[future suffix]
  • séretur = sérë+[tur] = n. peace, rest+[ruler, master agental suffix]
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Anna Valaron tulca vinya huo sina nauva séretur

Q: How do we say “God is gracious” in Quenya?

A: “Eru ná raina”

L: “God is gracious”

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Analysis

  • Eru = n. God
  • ná = vb. to be
  • raina = adj. smiling, sweet-faced, gracious
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Eru ná raina

Q: How do we say “There is no morrow. There is only now” in Quenya?

A: “Eä lá enwa. Eä er sí.”

L: “There is no tomorrow. There is only now.”

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Analysis

  • Eä = vb. there to be, to exist
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • enwa = n. tomorrow, future
  • er = adv. only
  • sí = adv. now
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Eä lá enwa Eä er sí

Q: How do we say “Mum and mother” in Quenya?

A: “Ammë ar amillë”

L: “Mum and mother”

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Analysis

  • Ammë = n. affectionate form of “mother”, mummy, mum.
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • amillë = n. mother
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Ammë ar amillë

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Q: How do we say “The girl who waited” in Quenya?

A: “I wendë i lemyanë”

L: “The maiden who tarried”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the” / rel. pron. “who”
  • wendë = n. maiden, girl
  • lemyanë = lemya+[në] = vb. to tarry, to remain, to linger, to wait+[past tense suffix]
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I wendë i lemyanë

Q: How do we say “You love my light, you love my dark” in Quenya?

A: “Melil calinanya, melil mornienya”

L: “You love my light, you love my darkness”

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Analysis

  • Melil = melë+[l] = vb. to love+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • calinanya = calina+[nya] = n. light+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • mornienya = mornië+[nya] = n. darkness+[poss. pron. “my”]
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(1 Ender 142)
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Melil calinanya melil mornienya

Q: How do we say “If you knew better, you would do better” in Quenya?

A: “Qui sintel mai, cé caruval mai”

L: “If you knew well, you would do well”

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Analysis

  • Qui = conj. “if”
  • sintel = sintë+[l] = irreg. past tense of ista vb. to know+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • mai = adv. well
  • cé = particle indicating uncertainty
  • caruval = carë+[uva]+{l} = vb. to make, to do+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “you”}
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Qui sintel mai cé caruval mai

Q: How do we say “My God lives in poetry” in Quenya?

A: “Erunya ná cuina lairelessë”

L: “My God is alive in poetry”

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Analysis

  • Erunya = Eru+[nya] = n. God+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • cuina = adj. alive
  • lairelessë = lairë+[le]+{ssë} = n. poem+[abstract noun suffix]+{locative case suffix}
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Erunya ná cuina lairelessë

Q: How do we say “Slave to righteousness” in Quenya?

A: “Mól téraleva”

L: “Slave of righteousness”

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Analysis

  • Mól = n. slave
  • téraleva = téra+[le]+{va} = adj. right+[abstract noun suffix]+{possessive case suffix}
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(26 Yávië 142)

Mól téraleva

Q: How do we say “Death is the road to awe” in Quenya?

A: “Qualmë ná i tië elmendanna “

L: “Death is the road to wonder”

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Analysis

  • Qualmë = n. death, agony
  • ná = vb. to be
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • tië = n. path, road, way
  • elmendanna = elmenda+[nna] = n. wonder+[allative case suffix]
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Qualmë ná i tië elmendanna

Q: How do we say “By air mail” in Quenya?

A: “Tengwa-mentanen”

L: “By letter-sending”

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Analysis

  • Tengwa-mentanen = tengwa+menta+[nen] = n. letter, written symbol+n. message, sending+[instrumental case suffix]
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(15 Yávië 142)

Tengwa mentanen

Q: How do we say “Listen to my heart. Can you hear it telling me to give you everything? I love you until the end of time. Come what may” in Quenya?

A: “Á hlarë órenya. Polil hlaritas talumë quétas nin antalëo ilyava len? Melinyel tenna lúmë-metta. Á tulë ya tulis. “

L: “Listen to my heart. Can you hear it at the moment it’s saying to me about the giving of everything to you? I love you until the end of time. Come which comes.”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • hlarë = vb. to listen, to hear
  • órenya = órë+[nya] = n. heart, inner mind+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • Polil = polë+[l] = vb. to be able to, can+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • hlaritas = hlarë+{ta}+[s] = vb. to listen, to hear+{obj. inf. infix}+[obj. pron. “him, her, it”]
  • talumë = adv. at the moment, at the hour, then, when
  • quétas = quetë+{a}+[s] = vb. to say, to speak, to tell+{aorist suffix}+[pers. pron. “he, she, it”]
  • nin = ni+[n] = obj. pron. “me”+[dative case suffix]
  • antalëo = antalë+[o] = n. giving+[genitive case suffix]
  • ilyava = ilya+[va] = n. & pron. “all, whole, every, each”+[possessive case suffix]
  • len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • Melinyel = melë+[nyë]+{l} = vb. to love+[pers. pron. “I”]+{obj. pron. “you”}
  • tenna = adv. until, till
  • lúmë-metta = lúmë+metta = n. time+n. end
  • tulë = vb. to come
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • tulis = tulë+[s] = vb. to come+[pers. pron. “he, she, it”]
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Á hlarë órenya Polil hlaritas talumë quétas nin antalëo ilyava len Melinyel tenna lúmë metta Á tulë ya tulis

Á hlarë órenya Polil hlaritas talumë quétas nin antalëo ilyava len Melinyel tenna lúmë metta Á tulë ya tulis HUGE

Q: How do we say “I have loved you for a thousand years. Never knew I could feel like this. I want to vanish inside your kiss” in Quenya?

A: “Emélienyel an mencë loar. Ullumë sinten pollen felë ve sina. Merin vanwa ná minna miquelya”

L: “I’ve loved you for thousand years. Never I knew I could feel like this. I want vanished to be inside your kiss”

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Analysis

  • Emélienyel = {e}+melë+[ië]+(nyë)+ = {perfect prefix}+vb. to love+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)+
  • an = prep. for, during
  • mencë = num. thousand
  • loar = loa+[r] = n. year+[plural suffix]
  • Ullumë = adv. never
  • sinten = ista+[*]+{n} = vb. to know+[irregular past tense sintë]+{pers. pron. “I”}
  • pollen = polë+[le]+{n} = vb. to be able to, can+[past suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
  • felë = vb. to feel, to have an emotion
  • ve = prep. as, like
  • sina = demonst. pron. “this”
  • Merin = merë+[n] = vb. to want, to wish+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • vanwa = adj. lost, gone, vanished, departed
  • ná = vb. to be
  • minna = adv. inside, to the inside
  • miquelya = miquë+[lya] = n. kiss+[poss. pron. “your”]
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Emélienyel an mencë loar Ullumë sinten pollen felë ve sina Merin vanwa ná minna miquelya

Emélienyel an mencë loar Ullumë sinten pollen felë ve sina Merin vanwa ná minna miquelya HUGE

Q: How do we say “How old is your soul? I won’t give up on us even if the skies get rough. I won’t let anything take away what’s standing in front of me” in Quenya?

A: “Manen yára ná fëalya? Úvan hehta wet e qui vilyar querir intë hrangë. Úvan lavë i nahtië natwa ya tára epë ni”

L: “How old is your soul? I won’t forsake us even if the skies turn themselves hard. I won’t allow the slaying of the thing which is standing before me”

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Analysis

  • Manen = int. pron. “how”
  • yára = adj. old
  • ná = vb. to be
  • fëalya = fëa+[lya] = n. spirit, soul+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • Úvan = umë+[uva]+{n} = neg. vb. not to be, not to do+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
  • hehta = to abandon, to forsake, to leave out, to put aside, to exclude
  • wet = we+[t] = inclusive obj. pron. “us”+[dual suffix]
  • e = adv. particle “indeed, even”
  • qui = conj. “if”
  • vilyar = vilya+[r] = n. sky+[plural suffix]
  • querir = querë+[r] = vb. to become, to turn oneself into
  • intë = reflex. pron. “themselves”
  • hrangë = hranga+[ë] = adj. hard, difficult, stiff, awkward+[plural suffix]
  • lavë = vb. to allow, to let
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • nahtië = nahta+[ië] = vb. to slay, to destroy, to kill+[gerund suffix]
  • natwa = nat+[wa] = n. thing+[possessive case suffix]
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • tára = tarë+[a] = vb. to stand+[aorist suffix]
  • epë = adv. before, in front of
  • ni = obj. pron. “me”
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Manen yára ná fëalya Úvan hehta wet e qui vilyar querir intë hrangë Úvan lavë i nahtië natwa ya tára epë ni

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Q: How do we say “When I look into your eyes, there’s so much they hold. I see that you’ve come so far to be right where you are” in Quenya?

A: “Talumë yétan hendulya, ëa olya nati mapantë. Cenin utúliel haira náven tanomë nalyë”

L: “At the moment I look at your (pair of) eyes, there’s much things they grasp. I see you’ve come far in order to be at the place you are”

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Analysis

  • Talumë = adv. at the moment, at that hour, then, when
  • yétan = yéta+[n] = vb. to look at+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • hendulya = hen+{u}+[lya] = n. eye+{dual suffix}+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • ëa = vb. there to be, to exist
  • olya = adj. much
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural suffix]
  • mapantë = mapa+[ntë] = vb. to grasp, to take, to hold+[pers. pron. “they”]
  • cenin = cenë+[n] = vb. to see+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • utúliel = {u}+tulë+(ië)+[l] = {perfect prefix}+vb. to come+(perfect suffix)+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • haira = adv. far
  • návien = návë+[n] = gerund form vb. to be+{dative case suffix]
  • tanomë = adv. at the place, at that place, there, where
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
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Talumë yétan hendulya ëa olya nati mapantë Cenin utúliel haira náven tanomë nalyë

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Q: How do we say “I’ll look after you, until all the stars fade away” in Quenya?

A: “Varyuvanyel, tenna ilyë eleni nar vanwë”

L: “I’ll guard you, until all stars are vanished”

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Analysis

  • Varyuvanyel = varya+{uva}+[nyë]+(l) = vb. to protect, to guard, to care for, to look after+{future suffix}+[pers. pron. “I”]+(obj. pron. “you”)
  • tenna = adv. until
  • ilyë = n. & pron. “all, every, whole, each”
  • eleni = elen+[i] = n. star+[plural suffix]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural suffix]
  • vanwë = vanwa+[ë] = adj. gone, lost, departed, vanished+[plural suffix]
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Varyuvanyel tenna ilyë eleni nar vanwë

Q: How do we say “Nothing coming from outside can defile a man rather what comes out his heart” in Quenya?

A: “Munta ya tulë ettello polë carë quén vára mal i nat ya tulë óreryallo”

L: “Nothing that comes from outside can make one dirty but the thing that comes from one’s heart”

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Analysis

  • Munta = pron. “nothing”
  • ya = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • tulë = vb. to come
  • ettello = ettë+[llo] = n. outside+[ablative case suffix]
  • polë = mod. vb. can, be able to
  • quén = n. person, one
  • vára = adj. dirty, soiled
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • nat = n. thing
  • óreryallo = órë+[rya]+{llo} = n. heart, inner mind+[poss. pron. “his, her, its, one’s”]+{ablative case suffix}
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Munta ya tulë ettello polë carë quén vára mal i nat ya tulë óreryallo

Q: How do we say “Land down under” in Quenya?

A: “Nórë nún”

L: “Land underneath”

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Analysis

  • Nórë = n. land
  • nún = adv. underneath, down below, down under, beneath
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(53 Lairë 142)

Nórë nún

Q: How do we say “Drink, and thus awaken” in Quenya?

A: “Á sucë, ar sië á cuiva”

L: “Drink, and thus awaken”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • sucë = vb. to drink
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • sië = adv. “thus, then, so”
  • cuiva = vb. to awaken
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Á sucë ar sië á cuiva

Q: How do we say “The love of my life, I love you” in Quenya?

A: “I melmë cuilenyava, melinyel.”

L: “The love of my life, I love you.”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • melmë = n. love
  • cuilenyava = cuilë+[nya]+{va} = n. being alive, life+[poss. pron. “my”]+{possessive case suffix}
  • melinyel = melë+[nyë]+{l} = vb. to love+[pers. pron. “I”]+{obj. pron. “you”}
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I melmë cuilenyava melinyel

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Q: How do we say “Leaves from the vine” in Quenya?

A: “Lassi liantassëo”

L: “Leaves from the vine”

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Analysis

  • Lassi = lassë+[i] = n. leaf+[plural marker]
  • liantassëo = liantassë+[o] = n. vine+[genitive case suffix]
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Lassi liantassëo

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

A: “Á palya i melmë”

L: “Spread the love”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • palya = vb. to spread, to open wide, to expand
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • melmë = n. love
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Á palya i melmë

Q: How do we say “Become who you were born to be” in Quenya?

A: “Á querë immo i quén nelyë nóna náven”

L: “Become yourself the person you were born to be”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • querë = vb. to turn oneself, to become
  • immo = reflex. pron. “myself, yourself, himself, herself”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • quén = n. person, one
  • nelyë = né+[lyë] = vb. to be past tense+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • nóna = adj. born náven =
  • návë+[n] = vb. to be gerund form+[dative case suffix]
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(33 Lairë 142)

Á querë immo i quén nelyë nóna náven

Q: How do we say “Do not be afraid” in Quenya?

A: “Áva rucë”

L: “Don’t fear”

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Analysis

  • Áva = neg. imperative particle
  • rucë = vb. to fear, to be afraid of
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Áva rucë

Q: How do we say “I was never worthless” in Quenya?

A: “Nenyë ullumë úvalda”

L: “I was never unworthy”

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Analysis

  • Nenyë = né+[nyë] = vb. to be past tense+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • úvalda = {ú}+valda = {neg. pref. un-, in-, dis-}+adj. worthy
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Nenyë ullumë úvalda

Q: How do we say “My beloved mother and father” in Quenya?

A: “Meldë amillinya ar atarinya”

L: “My beloved mother and father”

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Analysis

  • Meldë = melda+[ë] = adj. beloved, dear+[plural suffix]
  • amillinya = amillë+[nya] = n. mother+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • atarinya = atar+[nya] = n. father+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Meldë amillinya ar atarinya

Q: How do we say “Andúril flame of the west, forged from the shards of Narsil” in Quenya?

A: “Andúnar i nárë andúnëo, carna mittallon Nassilwa “

L: “Andúril the flame of the west, made from the pieces of Narsil”

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Analysis

  • Andúnar = etymologically name composed into Quenya as shown here.
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • nárë = n. flame, fire
  • andúnëo = andúnë+[o] = n. west, sunset+[genitive case suffix]
  • carna = carë+[na] = vb. to make, to do, to produce+[passive participle suffix]
  • mittallon = mitta+[llon] = n. piece+[ablative case plural suffix]
  • Nassilwa = Nassil+[wa] = etymologically name composed into Quenya as shown here+[possessive case suffix]
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Andúnar i nárë andúnëo carna mittallon Nassilwa

Q: How do we say “You never left my mind, not once, not ever” in Quenya?

A: “Vánel ullumë órenyassë, lá nëa, lá illumë “

L: “You never disappeared in my mind, not once, not always “

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Analysis

  • Vánel = vánë+[l] = past tense of vb. auta ‘to vanish, to disappear’+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • órenyassë = órë+[nya]+{ssë} = n. heart, inner mind+[poss. pron. “my”]+{locative case suffix}
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • nëa = adv. once, one time
  • illumë = adv. always, all the time, ever
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Vánel ullumë órenyassë lá nëa lá illumë

Q: How do we say “Night is passing” in Quenya?

A: “Lómë autëa”

L: “Night is passing”

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Analysis

  • Lómë = n. night
  • autëa = auta+[ëa] = vb. to pass, to leave, to go away, to disappear+[present suffix]
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Lómë autëa

Q: How do we say “You never left my mind, not once, not ever” in Quenya?

A: “Vánel ullumë órenyassë, lá nëa, lá illumë “

L: “You never disappeared in my mind, not once, not always “

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Analysis

  • Vánel = vánë+[l] = past tense of vb. auta ‘to vanish, to disappear’+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • órenyassë = órë+[nya]+{ssë} = n. heart, inner mind+[poss. pron. “my”]+{locative case suffix}
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • nëa = adv. once, one time
  • illumë = adv. always, all the time, ever
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Vánel ullumë órenyassë lá nëa lá illumë

Q: How do we say “To thee, I vow the quest of a lifetime” in Quenya?

A: “Len, carin vanda i lenda cuileva”

L: “To you, I make pledge the journey of a life.”

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Analysis

  • Len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • carin = carë+[n] = vb. to do, to make+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • vanda = n. pledge, promise
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • lenda = n. journey, quest
  • cuileva = cuilë+[va] = n. being alive, life+[possessive case suffix]
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Len carin vanda i lenda cuileva

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

A: “Tercen”

L: “Insight”

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Analysis

  • Tercen = n. insight, intuition
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Isabel
(4 Lairë 142)

Tercen

Q: How do we say “There is no escape from my magic doors for those who are once brought inside” in Quenya?

A: “Eä lá uswë sairinë andonyallon quenin i nar nëa mir mapainë”

L: “There is no escape from my magic doors for people who are once inside taken”

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Analysis

  • Eä = vb. there to be, to exist
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • uswë = n. escape, issue
  • sairinë = sairina+[ë] = adj. magic+[plural suffix]
  • andonyallon = ando+{nya}+[llon] = n. gate, door+{poss. pron. “my”}+[ablative case plural suffix]
  • quenin = quén+[in] = n. person+[dative case plural suffix]
  • i = rel. pron. “who”
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural suffix]
  • nëa = adv. once
  • mir = prep. inside, to the inside, into
  • mapainë = mapa+[ina]+{ë} = vb. to take, to seize, to grasp+[passive participle suffix]+{adj. plural suffix}
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Eä lá uswë sairinë andonyallon quenin i nar nëa mir mapainë

Q: How do we say “Here there be dragons” in Quenya?

A: “Sinomë ëa lóci”

L: “Here there be dragons”

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Analysis

  • Sinomë = adv. here, this place
  • ëa = vb. there to be, to exist
  • lóci = lócë+[i] = n. dragon+[plural suffix]
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Sinomë ëa lóci

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Q: How do we say “A star shall shine on the hour of our meeting” in Quenya?

A: “Elen siluva lúmenna omentielva”

L: “A star shall shine towards the hour of our meeting”

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Analysis

  • Elen = n. star
  • siluva = silë+[uva] = vb. to shine+[future suffix]
  • lúmenna = lúmë+[nna] = n. time, hour+[allative case suffix]
  • omentielva = omentië+[lva] n. meeting+[poss. pron. inclusive “our”]
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Elen siluva lúmenna omentielva

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

A: “Melda atarinya”

L: “My beloved father”

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Analysis

  • Melda = adj. beloved, dear, sweet
  • atarinya = atar+[nya] = n. father+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Melda atarinya

Q: How do we say “Elven flyer” in Quenya?

A: “Eldawiltyarë”

L: “Elvenflyer”

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Analysis

  • Eldawiltyarë = elda+[wilë]+{tyarë} = n. elf+[vb. to fly]+{feminine agental suffix}
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Eldawiltyarë

Q: How do we say “Silver fox” in Quenya?

A: “Telpina rusco”

L: “Silver fox”

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Analysis

  • Telpina = adj. silver, silvered, of silver
  • rusco = n. fox
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Telpina rusco

Q: How do we say “She who must not be named” in Quenya?

A: “I heri i umis mauya sen estaina ná.”

L: “The lady who must not named be.”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the” as well as the rel. pron. “who”
  • heri = n. lady. OBS.: He and she in Quenya are alike and this sentence would sound too ambiguous. I rather wrote it using lady instead.
  • umis = umë+[s] = neg. vb. not to do, not to be+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • mauya = impers. vb. to compel, to have to, to must, to need to
  • sen = se[n] = obj. pron. “her”+[dative case suffix]
  • estaina = esta+[ina] = vb. to name+[passive particle suffix]
  • ná = vb. to be
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I heri i umis mauya sen estaina ná

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

A: “Túrenya”

L: “My strength”

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Analysis

  • Túrenya = túrë+[nya] = n. strength, power, victory, might+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Túrenya

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

A: “Á enyalë”

L: “Remember”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • enyalë = vb. to remember, to recall
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Á enyalë

Q: How do we say “Eat. Sleep. Tumble” in Quenya?

A: “Á matë. Á humë. Á atalta.”

L: “Eat. Sleep. Tumble.”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • matë = vb. to eat
  • humë = vb. to sleep
  • atalta = vb. to collapse, to fall in, to tumble
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Á matë Á humë Á atalta

Q: How do we say “Born of the raven” in Quenya?

A: “Quáconóna”

L: “Ravenborn”

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Analysis

  • Quáconóna = quáco+[nóna] = n. raven, crow+[adj. suffix ‘born of, born from’]
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Quáconóna

Q: How do we say “Till kingdom come” in Quenya?

A: “Tenna aranië tulë”

L: “Till kingdom come”

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Analysis

  • Tenna = prep. until, up to, as far as
  • aranië = n. kingdom, government
  • tulë = vb. to come
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Tenna aranië tulë

Q: How do we say “God is my guide, and my sword is my companion” in Quenya?

A: “Eru ná cánonya, ar macilinya ná sartonya.”

L: “God is my leader, and my sword is my companion”

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Analysis

  • Eru = n. God
  • ná = vb. to be
  • cánonya = cáno+[nya] = n. commander, chief, leader, guide+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • macilinya = macil+[nya] = n. sword+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • sartonya = sarto+[nya] = n. follower, loyal companion+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Eru ná cánonya ar macilinya ná sartonya

Q: How do we say “Service” in Quenya?

A: “Mótalë”

L: “Work”

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Analysis

  • Mótalë = móta+[le] = vb. to toil, to labor, to work+[abstract noun suffix]
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(3 Tuilë 142)

Mótalë

Q: How do we say “I name you Elf-friend” in Quenya?

A: “Estanyel Eldandil”

L: “I name you Elf-friend”

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Analysis

  • Estanyel = esta+[nyë]+{l} = vb. to name+[pers. pron. “I”]+{obj. pron. “you”}
  • Eldandil = Elda+[ndil] = n. Elf+[“friend of, lover of” suffix]
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Estanyel Eldandil

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