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XIV 143

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Q: How do we say “True friends are never apart” in Quenya?

A: “Anwë meldor nar ullumë hehtainë”

L: “True friends are never abandoned”

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Analysis

  • Anwë = anwa+[ë] = adj. real, true+[plural marker]
  • meldor = meldo+[r] = n. friend+[plural marker]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • hehtainë = hehta+[ina]+{ë} = vb. to abandon, put aside, exclude, leave out, forsaken+[passive participle]+{plural marker}
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Anwë meldor nar ullumë hehtainë


Q: How do we say “Meeting you was fate, becoming your friend was choice,…” in Quenya?

A: “Omentië ólë né marta, querië immo meldolya né cilmë,…”

L: “Meeting with you was fated, turning myself your friend was choice,…”

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Analysis

  • Omentië = n. meeting
  • ólë = ó+le = with+obj. pron. “you”
  • né = vb. to be (past tense)
  • marta = adj. fated
  • querië = querë+[ië] = vb. to turn+[gerund suffix]
  • immo = reflex. pron. “myself, yourself, himself, herself, oneself”
  • meldolya = meldo+[lya] = n. friend+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • cilmë = n. choice
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Angel Rodriguez
(27 Coirë 143)

Omentië ólë né marta querië immo meldolya né cilmë


Q: How do we say “Bad wolf” in Quenya?

A: “Ulca narmo”

L: “Bad wolf”

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Analysis

  • Ulca = adj. bad, wicked, evil
  • narmo = n. wolf
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Gustavo Varela
(24 Coirë 143)

Ulca narmo

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

A: “Melmenya ná lindalë”

L: “My love is music”

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Analysis

  • Melmenya = melmë+[nya] = n. love+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • lindalë = n. music
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Er enta parmaranta

Q: How do we say “…To make this life free and beautiful, to make it a wonderful adventure.” in Quenya?

A: “…Carië cuilë sina lerina ar vanima, caritas elmendëa lenda.”

L: “…To make this life free and fair, to make it wonderful journey”

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Analysis

  • Carië = carë+[ië] = vb. to make, to do+[gerund suffix]
  • cuilë = n. being alive, life
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • lerina = adj. free (of things)
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • vanima = adj. “fair, beautiful”
  • caritas = carë+[ta]+{s} = vb. to make, to do+[infinitive infix]+{obj. pron. “it”}
  • elmendëa = elmenda+[ëa] = n. wonder+[adjectival suffix]
  • lenda = n. journey, adventure
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Carien cuilë sina lerina ar vanima caritas elmendëa lenda

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Q: How do we say “The Kingdom of God is in man, in you, you have the power to create happiness…” in Quenya?

A: “I Aranië Eruo ná firyassë, lessë, haryal i túrë ontië alassë…”

L: “The Kingdom of God is in man, in you , you have the power to create joy…”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • Aranië = n. Kingdom
  • Eruo = Eru+[o] = n. God+[genitive case suffix]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • firyassë = firya+[ssë] = n. mortal, human, man+[locative case suffix]
  • lessë = le+[ssë] = obj. pron. “you”+[locative case suffix]
  • haryal = harya+[l] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • túrë = n. power, might, victory, mastery
  • ontië = onta+[ië] = vb. to create, to beget+[gerund suffix]
  • alassë = n. joy, happiness
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I Aranië Eruo ná firyassë lessë haryal i túrë ontië alassë

I Aranië Eruo ná firyassë lessë haryal i túrë ontië alassë HUGEI Aranië Eruo ná firyassë lessë haryal i túrë ontië alassë HUGE 2


Q: How do we say “Losing is fun” in Quenya?

A: “Lantë ná mára”

L: “Fall is good”

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Analysis

  • Lantë = n. fall (morally not physical)
  • ná = vb. to be
  • mára = adj. good
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Lantë ná mára


Q: How do we say “We are the dead, and we are coming” in Quenya?

A: “Nammë i qualini, ar túlammë.”

L: “We are the dead, and we are coming.”

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Analysis

  • Nammë = ná+[mmë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. dual “we”]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • qualini = qualin+[i] = n. dead (involving darker connotations)+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • túlammë = tulë+[a]+{mmë} = vb. to come+[present suffix]+{pers. pron. dual “we”]
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Nammë i qualini ar túlammë


Q: How do we say “Just one more chapter” in Quenya?

A: “Er enta parmaranta”

L: “Only one more bookpart”

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Analysis

  • Er = adv. only, just, still, but
  • enta = demons. pron. “that yonder”, “one more”
  • parmaranta = parma+ranta = n. book+n. part, division
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Er enta parmaranta


Q: How do we say “In God I trust” in Quenya?

A: “Erussë haryan estel”

L: “In God I have trust”

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Analysis

  • Erussë = Eru+[ssë] = n. God+[locative case suffix]
  • haryan = harya+[n] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • estel = n. hope, trust
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Blanca
(2 Coirë 143)

Erussë haryan estel


Q: How do we say “Who are you? What do you want?” in Quenya?

A: “Man nalyë? Mana meril?”

L: “Who are you? What do you want?”

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Analysis

  • Man = interrog. pron. “who”
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • Mana = interrog. pron. “what”
  • meril = merë+[l] = vb. to want, to wish+[pers. pron. “you”]
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Rachel Beale
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Man nalyë Mana meril


Q: How do we say “There is always hope” in Quenya?

A: “Eä illumë estel”

L: “There is always hope”

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Analysis

  • Eä = vb. there to be, to exist
  • illumë = adv. always
  • estel = n. hope, trust
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Eä illumë estel

Q: How do we say “I hope for nothing. I fear nothing. I am free” in Quenya?

A: “Haryan estel muntassë. Rucin muntallo. Nanyë léra.”

L: “I have hope in nothing. I fear nothing. I am free.”

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Analysis

  • Haryan = harya+[n] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • estel = n. hope, trust
  • muntassë = munta+[ssë] = pron. “nothing”+[locative case suffix]
  • Rucin = rucë+[n] = vb. to fear+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • muntallo = munta+[llo] = pron. “nothing”+[ablative case suffix]
  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • léra = adj. free
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Haryan estel muntassë Rucin muntallo Nanyë léra

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Q: How do we say “The man of shadows loves the illumined lady” in Quenya?

A: “I nér ungon melë i tintaina wendë ”

L: “The man of shadows loves the sparkled maiden”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • nér = n. man, adult male
  • ungon = ungo+[on] = n. gloom, dark shadow+[genitive case plural suffix]
  • melë = vb. to love
  • tintaina = tinta+[ina] = vb. to sparkle, to kindle+[passive participle suffix]
  • wendë = n. maiden, girl, lady
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I nér ungon melë i tintaina wendë

Q: How do we say “Strength and honor” in Quenya?

A: “Túrë ar alcar”

L: “Strength and glory”

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Analysis

  • Túrë = n. strength, power, might, mastery, victory
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • alcar = n. glory, honor, dignity, splendor.
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Túrë ar alcar

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Q: How do we say “Find rest in this place and be at peace. The world is full of difficulty, but here you are safe and you are loved” in Quenya?

A: “Á hirë sérë sinomë ar nai nauval rainessë. I Ambar ná hrangalinqua, mal sinomë nalyë varna ar nalyë mélina.”

L: “Find rest in this place and may you be at peace. The World is full of difficulty, but here you are safe and you are loved.”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • hirë = vb. to find
  • sérë = n. rest
  • sinomë = adv. here, this place
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • nai = modal verb “may” (used for wishing constructions)
  • nauval = ná+[uva]+{l} = vb. to be+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “you”]
  • rainessë = rainë+[ssë] = n. peace+[locative case suffix]
  • I = def. art. “the”
  • Ambar = n. World
  • ná = vb. to be
  • hrangalinqua = hranga+[le]+{inqua} adj. hard, difficult, awkward+[abstract noun suffix]+{adjectival suffix “full of, -ful”}
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • varna = varya+[na] = vb. to protect+[passive participle suffix]
  • mélina = melë+[ina] = vb. to love+[passive participle suffix]
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Á hirë sérë sinomë ar nai nauval rainessë I Ambar ná hrangalinqua mal sinomë nalyë varna ar nalyë mélina

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Q: How do we say “Faire voile en levant” in Quenya?

A: “Á orta i cirië”

L: “Raise the sail”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • orta = vb. to raise
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • cirië = cirë+[ië] = vb. to sail+[gerund suffix]
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Á orta i cirië


Q: How do we say “Set sail with the eastern wind” in Quenya?

A: “Á cirë rómenya súrenen.”

L: “Sail with the eastern wind.”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • cirë = vb. to sail
  • rómenya = adj. eastern
  • súrenen = súrë+[nen] = n. wind+[instrumental case suffix]
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Á cirë rómenya súrenen


Q: How do we say “Something wonderful happens for us each and everyday; it always does” in Quenya?

A: “Marta elmendinqua nat men ilya ré; marta illumë.”

L: “It happens wonderful thing for us every day; it happens always.”

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Analysis

  • Marta = impersonal vb. to happen, to chance
  • elmendinqua = elmenda+[inqua] = n. wonder+[adj. suffix “-ful”, “full of”]
  • nat = n. thing
  • men = me+[n] = obj. pron. “us”+[dative case suffix]
  • ilya = adj. & n. “all, every, each, whole”
  • ré = n. day, 24-hour day
  • illumë = adv. always, all the time
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Marta elmendinqua nat men ilya ré marta illumë


Q: How do we say “You are my most beloved star” in Quenya?

A: “Nalyë ammelda eleninya”

L: “You are my most beloved star”

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Analysis

  • Nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • ammelda = [an]+melda = [superlative prefix]+adj. dear, beloved
  • eleninya = elen+[nya] = n. star+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Nalyë ammelda eleninya


Q: How do we say “For those I love I will sacrifice” in Quenya?

A: “Quenin melin leryuvan”

L: “For people I love I will let go”

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Analysis

  • Quenin = quén+[in] = n. person, one+[dative case plural suffix]
  • melin = melë+[n] = vb. to love+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • leryuvan = lerya+[uva]+{n} = vb. to let go+[future case suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
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Quenin melin leryuvan


Q: How do we say “To love is to have the free spirit” in Quenya?

A: “Melë ná harien i léra fëa”

L: “To love is to have the free spirit”

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Analysis

  • Melë = vb. to love
  • ná = vb. to be
  • harien = harya+[ië]+{n} = vb. to have+[gerund suffix]+{dative case suffix}
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • léra = adj. free
  • fëa = n. spirit, soul
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Melë ná harien i léra fëa


Q: How do we say “Self-destruction” in Quenya?

A: “Nancarië immo”

L: “Destruction oneself”

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Analysis

  • Nancarië = nancarë+[ië] = vb. to destroy, to undo+[gerund suffix]
  • immo = reflex. pron. “oneself, myself, yourself, himself, herself”
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Nancarië immo


Q: How do we say “Thy next foe is…” in Quenya?

A: “Ento cotumolya ná…”

L: “Your next enemy is…”

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Analysis

  • Ento = adv. next
  • cotumolya = cotumo+[lya] = n. enemy+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • ná = vb. to be
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Ento cotumolya ná

Q: How do we say “Fiasco: powerful ambition, poor impulse, control” in Quenya?

A: “Quelië: taura mailë, ulca felmë, turië.”

L: “Failure: powerful lust, bad impulse, control”

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Analysis

  • Quelië = n. failure, waning, fiasco
  • taura = adj. powerful, mighty
  • mailë = n. lust, ambition, burning desire
  • ulca = adj. bad, evil
  • felmë = n. feeling, impulse
  • turië = turë+[ië] = vb. to control, to master+[gerund suffix] = controlling, control
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Quelië taura mailë ulca felmë turië

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Q: How do we say “Friend” in Quenya?

A: “Meldo / meldë”

L: “Masc. friend / Fem. friend”

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Analysis

  • Meldo = n. friend (masculine form)
  • meldë = n. friend (feminine form)
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Q: How do we say “All animate beings are born equal and have the right to live” in Quenya?

A: “Ilyë celvar nar nónë imyë ar haryar i léralë cuinë nar”

L: “All living things that move are born the same and have the freedom alive to be”

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Analysis

  • Ilyë = ilya+[ë] = adj. & pron. “all, every, each, whole”+[plural marker]
  • celvar = celva+[r] = animal, living thing that move+[plural marker]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
  • nónë = nóna+[ë] = adj. born+[plural marker]
  • imyë = imya+[ë] = adj. equal, same, identical+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • haryar = harya+[r] = vb. to have+[plural marker]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • léralë = léra+[le] = adj. free+[abstract noun suffix]
  • cuinë = cuina+[ë] = adj. alive+[plural marker]
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Ilyë celvar nar nónë imyë ar haryar i léralë cuinë nar

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Q: How do we say “Best friend eternal love” in Quenya?

A: “I arya meldo oialëa melmë.”

L: “The best friend eternal love”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • arya = adj. excelling. Superlative form of “good”
  • meldo = n. friend
  • oialëa = adj. eternal
  • melmë = n. love
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I arya meldo oialëa melmë

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

A: “Nai ilyë eleni caluvar tielyanna.”

L: “May all stars shine upon your path”

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Analysis

  • Nai = modal verb for wishing constructions “may”
  • ilyë = ilya+[ë] = adj. & pron. “all, whole, every, each”+[plural marker]
  • eleni = elen+[i] = n. star+[plural marker]
  • caluvar = cala+[uva]+{r} = n. shine+[future suffix]+{plural marker}
  • tielyanna = tië+[lya]+{nna} = n. road, path, way+[poss. pron. suffix “your”]+{allative case suffix}
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Nai ilyë eleni caluvar tielyanna

Q: How do we say “The source of all knowledge is within the self” in Quenya?

A: “I ehtelë ilya handëo ná mi immo”

L: “The fountain of all understanding is within oneself”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • ehtelë = n. fountain, issue of water, source
  • ilya = adj. & n. “all, each, every, whole”
  • handëo = handë+[o] = n. understanding, knowledge+[genitive case suffix]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • mi = prep. “within”
  • immo = reflex. pron. “oneself, self, myself, yourself, himself, herself”
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I ehtelë ilya handëo ná mi immo

Q: How do we say “If you wed her, I will find out why the Noldor like kin slaying so much” in Quenya?

A: “Qui veryal senna, paruvan i casta i Noldor melir nahtië nosseva olë”

L: “If you get married to her, I will learn the reason the Noldor love slaying of kin much”

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Analysis

  • Qui = conj. “if”
  • veryal = verya+[l] = vb. to marry+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • senna = se+[nna] = obj. pron. “him, her, it”+[allative case suffix]
  • paruvan = parë+[uva]+{n} = vb. to learn, to acquire information, to find out+[future suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • casta = n. reason
  • Noldor = n. Noldo+[r] = Noldo+[plural marker]
  • melir = melë+[r] = vb. to love, to like+[plural marker]
  • nahtië = nahta+[ië] = vb. to slay+[gerund suffix]
  • nosseva = nossë+[va] = n. kin, clan, house+[possessive case suffix]
  • olë = adv. much
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Qui veryal senna paruvan i casta i Noldor melir nahtië nosseva olë

Q: How do we say “This too shall pass. Nothing endures” in Quenya?

A: “Sina autuva yando. Munta lemya”

L: “This shall pass also. Nothing remains.”

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Analysis

  • Sina = demons. pron. “this”.
  • autuva = auta+[uva] = vb. to pass, to depart, to go away+[future suffix]
  • yando = adv. “also, too”.
  • Munta = pron. “nothing”.
  • lemya = vb. to remain, to tarry, to endure.
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(52 Yávië 143)
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Sina autuva yando Munta lemya

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Q: How do we say “Ink body. You know my name, not my story?” in Quenya?

A: “Móro hroava. Istal essenya, lá quentanya?”

L: “Ink of body. You know my name, not my story?”

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Analysis

  • Móro = n. ink
  • hroava = hroa+[va] = n. body, physical body+[possessive case suffix]
  • Istal = ista+[l] = vb. to know+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • essenya = essë+[nya] = n. name+[poss. pron. “my”]
  • lá = adv. no, not
  • quentanya = quenta+[nya] = n. story, tale, narration+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Móro hroava Istal essenya lá quentanya

Q: How do we say “Humbleness. Light” in Quenya?

A: “Nucumië. Cálë.”

L: “Humbleness/Humility. Light”

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Analysis

  • Nucumië = nucumë+[ië] = vb. to humble, to humiliate+[gerund suffix]
  • Cálë = n. light
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Nucumië Cálë

Q: How do we say “He had things to attend to” in Quenya?

A: “Haryanes nati mahtien”

L: “He had things to deal with”

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Analysis

  • Haryanes = harya+[ne]+{s} = vb. to have+[past suffix]+{pers. pron. suffix “he, she, it”}
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural marker]
  • mahtien = mahta+[ië]+{n} = vb. to deal with, to manage, to wield, to fight+[gerund suffix]+{dative case suffix}
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Haryanes nati mahtien

Q: How do we say “More than the drops in the ocean” in Quenya?

A: “Amba lá i limbar ëaressë”

L: “More than the drops in the ocean”

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Analysis

  • Amba = adj. & n. “more”
  • lá = comparative particle “than”
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • limbar = limba+[r] = n. drop+[plural marker]
  • ëaressë = ëar+[ssë] = n. sea, ocean+[locative case suffix]
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Amba lá i limbar ëaressë

Q: How do we say “Fucking Nazgûl” in Quenya?

A: “Puhtalëa Úlairë / Puhtalië Úlairi”

L: “Fucking Nazgûl (sing) / Fucking Nazgûl (plural)”

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Analysis

  • Puhtalëa = puhta+[le]+{ëa} = n. coitus, sex+[abstract noun suffix]+{adjectival suffix}
  • Úlairë = n. Nazgûl
  • Puhtalië = puhta+[le]+{ië} = n. coitus, sex+[abstract noun suffix]+{adjectival plural suffix}
  • Úlairi = Úlairë+[i] = n. Nazgûl+[plural marker]
  • OBS.: Nazgûl is a Black Speech word and it refers both to singular and plural form.
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Puhtalëa Úlairë Puhtalië Úlairi

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

A: “Tirissindo / Tirissindë”

L: “Watcher (masc) / Watcher (fem)”

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Analysis

  • Tirissindo = tirissë+[indo] = n. watch, vigil+[masculine agental suffix]
  • Tirissindë = tirissë+[indë] = n. watch, vigil+[feminine agental suffix]
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Tirissindo Tirissindë

Q: How do we say “I am a loving, free, brave man” in Quenya?

A: “Nanyë méla, léra, huorinqua nér.”

L: “I am a loving, free, courageous man.”

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Analysis

  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. suffix “I”]
  • méla = adj. loving
  • léra = adj. free
  • huorinqua = adj. brave, bold, courageous
  • nér = n. man, male
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Nanyë méla léra huorinqua nér

Q: How do we say “Half-elven” in Quenya?

A: “Pereldar”

L: “Half-elven”

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Analysis

  • Pereldar = Perelda+[r] = n. half-elf+[plural marker]
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Pereldar

Q: How do we say “I don’t know but I am learning” in Quenya?

A: “Umin ista mal páran”

L: “I don’t know but I am learning”

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Analysis

  • Umin = umë+[n] = neg. vb. not to do, not to be+[pers. pron. suffix “I”]
  • ista = vb. to know
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • páran = parë+[a]+{n} = vb. to learn+[present tense marking vowel]+{pers. pron. suffix “I”}
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Umin ista mal páran

Q: How do we say “A knight in a shining armor is a man who has never had his metal truly tested” in Quenya?

A: “Roquen cálala tincotelmenen ná quén i úmië harya ullumë tincorya anwavë tyastaina”

L: “Knight with shining metalcovering is one who has never had his metal truly put to the test”

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Analysis

  • Roquen = n. knight, rider, horseman
  • cálala = calë+[la] = vb. to shine, to emit light+[active participle suffix]
  • tincotelmenen = tinco+[telmë]+{nen} = n. metal+[n. covering]+{instrumental case suffix}
  • ná = vb. to be
  • quén = n. one, someone, person
  • i = rel. pron. “who”
  • úmië = umë+[ië] = neg. vb. not to do, not to be+[perfect suffix]
  • harya = vb. to have
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • tincorya = tinco+[rya] = n. metal+[poss. pron. “his, her, its”]
  • anwavë = anwa+[ve] = adj. real, true+[adverbial suffix]
  • tyastaina = tyasta+[ina] = vb. to test, to put to the test+[passive participle suffix]
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Daniel Salazar Schmidt
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Roquen cálala tincotelmenen ná quén i úmië harya ullumë tincorya anwavë tyastaina

Q: How do we say “Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn” in Quenya?

A: “Lúmessen haryal túrë, lúmessen paril”

L: “At times you have victory, at times you learn”

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Analysis

  • Lúmessen = lúmë+[ssen] = n. time+[locative case plural suffix]
  • haryal = harya+[l] = vb. to have+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • túrë = n. victory, mastery, might
  • paril = parë+[l] = vb. to learn+[pers. pron. “you”]
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Ladislav Semela
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Lúmessen haryal túrë, lúmessen paril

Q: How do we say “Rabbits’ bane” in Quenya?

A: “Angayassë lapatteva”

L: “Misery of the hare”

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Analysis

  • Angayassë = n. misery, bane
  • lapatteva = lapattë+[va] = n. hare+[possessive case suffix]
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Jake Brown
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Angayassë lapatteva

Q: How do we say “I still remember your laugh. I miss you father” in Quenya?

A: “Er enyalin lalielya. Milyanyel atar.”

L: “I still recall your laughing. I long for you father”

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Analysis

  • Er = adv. just, still, yet, but
  • enyalin = enyalë+[n] = vb. to recall, to remember+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • lalielya = lalië+[lya] = n. laughing+[poss. pron. “your”]
  • Milyanyel = milya+[nyë]+{l} = vb. to long for+[pers. pron. “I”]+{obj. pron. “you”}
  • atar = n. father
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Dimitris
(19 Lairë 143)

Er enyalin lalielya Milyanyel atar

Q: How do we say “A ring to catch the unicorn” in Quenya?

A: “Corma mapien i errasco”

L: “A ring in order to seize the one-horn”

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Analysis

  • Corma = n. ring
  • mapien = mapa+[ië]+{n} = vb. to seize, to grasp, to hold, to take+[gerund suffix]+{dative case suffix}
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • errasco = er+[rasco] = num. one, alone, single+[n. horn, especially on living animal]. OBS.: Name composed through unicorn’s etymology
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Matt Willis
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Corma mapien i errasco

Q: How do we say “Buildings burn, people die, but real love is forever” in Quenya?

A: “Cardi uryar, queni firir, mal anwa melmë ná tennoio.”

L: “Buildings burn, people die, but real love is forever”

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Analysis

  • Cardi = car+[i] = n. building+[plural marker]
  • uryar = urya+[r] = vb. to burn (intransitive form)+[plural marker]
  • queni = quén+[i] = n. person+[plural marker]
  • firir = firë+[r] = vb. to die+[plural marker]
  • mal = conj. “but”
  • anwa = adj. real, true
  • melmë = n. love
  • ná = vb. to be
  • tennoio = adv. forever, for ever
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Angie
(16 Lairë 143)

Cardi uryar queni firir mal anwa melmë ná tennoio

Q: How do we say “The way to have them live on is to never stop loving them” in Quenya?

A: “I tië harien te cuinë ná ullumë pusta melitat”

L: “The way to have them alive is never stop to love them”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • tië = n. way, path, road
  • harien = harya+[ië]+{n} = vb. to have+[gerund suffix]+{dative case suffix}
  • te = obj. pron. “them”
  • cuinë = cuina+[ë] = adj. alive+[plural marker]
  • ná = vb. to be
  • ullumë = adv. never
  • pusta = vb. to stop, to cease, to put a stop
  • melitat = melë+[ta]+{t} = vb. to love+[infinitive infix]+{obj. pron. “them”}
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Angie
(15 Lairë 143)

I tië harien te cuinë ná ullumë pusta melitat

Q: How do we say “She needed a hero so that is what she became” in Quenya?

A: “Mauyanë sen callo sië nas i nat quernes immo”

L: “It compelled her a hero so that is the thing she turned herself into”

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Analysis

  • Mauyanë = mauya+[ne] = impers. vb. to compel, must, needed by, need+[past suffix]
  • sen = se+[n] = obj. pron. “him, her, it”+[dative case suffix]
  • callo = n. hero
  • sië = adv. thus, then, so
  • nas = ná+[s] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “it”]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • nat = n. thing
  • quernes = querë+[ne]+{s} = vb. to turn oneself, to become+[past suffix]+{pers. pron. “he, she, it”}
  • immo = reflex. pron. “myself, yourself, himself, herself”
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(8 Lairë 143)
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Mauyanë sen callo sië nas i nat quernes immo

Q: How do we say “Gift of men” in Quenya?

A: “Anna neriva”

L: “Gift of men”

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Analysis

  • Anna = n. gift
  • neriva = nér+[iva] = n. man+[possessive case plural suffix]
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Nicholas Hutchinson
(7 Lairë 143)
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Anna neriva

Q: How do we say “Multiple sclerosis fighter” in Quenya?

A: “Ohtatyaro rimba hrangalennar”

L: “Warrior against numerous hardenings”

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Analysis

  • Ohtatyaro = n. warrior, fighter
  • rimba = adj. numerous, various, multiple
  • hrangalennar = hranga+[lë]+{nna}+(r) = adj. hard, stiff+[abstract nouns suffix]+{allative case suffix}+(plural marker)
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Ohtatyaro rimba hrangalennar

Q: How do we say “If the people we love are stolen from us,” in Quenya?

A: “Qui lië melilvë nar mapainë vello,”

L: “If people we love are taken from us,”

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Analysis

  • Qui = conj. “if”
  • lië = n. people
  • melilvë = melë+[lvë] = vb. to love+[pers. pron. inclusive “we”]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to love+[plural marker]
  • mapainë = mapa+[ina]+{ë} = vb. to grasp, to take, to seize+[passive participle suffix]+{plural marker}
  • vello = ve+[llo] = obj. pron. inclusive “us”+[ablative case suffix]
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Angie
(54 Tuilë 143)

Qui lië melilvë nar mapainë vello

Q: How do we say “Do I dare to eat a peach?” in Quenya?

A: “Ma veryan matë pessorva?”

L: “Do I dare to eat peach?”

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Analysis

  • Ma = interrogative particle
  • veryan = verya+[n] = vb. to dare, to be bold+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • matë = vb. to eat
  • pessorva = (Pessia)+orva = (orthographic equivalent for “Persia”)+n. apple. Obs.: There’s no word for peach in Quenya. Composition made through etymology which came from “Persian apple”
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Jake Brown
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Ma veryan matë pessorva

Q: How do we say “Give extra” in Quenya?

A: “Á anta ambë”

L: “Give more”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • anta = vb. to give
  • ambë = adv. more
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Á anta ambë

Q: How do we say “I am with you always” in Quenya?

A: “Nanyë ólë illumë”

L: “I am with you always”

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Analysis

  • Nanyë = ná+[nyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “I”]
  • ólë = ó+[le] = prefix with+[obj. pron. “you”]
  • illumë = adv. always, all the time
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Nanyë ólë illumë

Q: How do we say “Manners are what make the man” in Quenya?

A: “Ler nar nati yar carir i nér.”

L: “Manners are things that make the man”

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Analysis

  • Ler = lé+[r] = n. manner+[plural marker]
  • nar = ná+[r] = vb. to be+[plural marker]
  • nati = nat+[i] = n. thing+[plural marker]
  • yar = ya+[r] = rel. pron. “that, which”
  • carir = carë+[r] = vb. to make, to do, to produce, to build+[plural marker]
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • nér = n. man
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Ler nar nati yar carir i nér

Q: How do we say “I’ve walked on distant worlds and see the end of time. Because I read” in Quenya?

A: “Avantien hairë Ambarissen ar ecénien i metta lúmeva. An cendanen.”

L: “I have walked on far Worlds and I have seen the end of time. Because I read.”

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Analysis

  • Avantien = {a}+vanta+[ië]+(n) = {perfect prefix}+vb. to walk+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)
  • hairë = haira+[ë] = adj. far+[plural marker]
  • Ambarissen = Ambar+[ssen] = n. World+[locative case plural suffix]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • ecénien = {e}+cenë+[ië]+(n) = {perfect prefix}+vb. to see+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)
  • i = def. art. “the”
  • metta = n. end
  • lúmeva = lúmë+[va] = n. time+[possessive case suffix]
  • An = prep. for, because
  • cendanen = cenda+[ne]+{n} = vb. to read+[past suffix]+{pers. pron. “I”}
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Lauren Mefford
(42 Tuilë 143)
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Avantien hairë Ambarissen ar ecénien i metta lúmeva An cendanen

Q: How do we say “I have lived a thousand lives and I’ve loved a thousand loves” in Quenya?

A: “Ahárien húmë cuili ar emélien húmë melmi”

L: “I have had a thousand lives and I have loved a thousand loves”

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Analysis

  • Ahárien = {a}+harya+[ië]+(n) = {perfect prefix}+vb. to have+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)
  • húmë = num. thousand
  • cuili = cuilë+[i] = n. life, being alive+[plural marker]
  • ar = conj. “and”
  • emélien = {e}+melë+[ië]+(n) = {perfect prefix}+vb. to love+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)
  • melmi = melmë+[i] = n. love+[plural marker]
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Lauren Mefford
(41 Tuilë 143)
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Ahárien húmë cuili ar emélien húmë melmi

Q: How do we say “I have lived a thousand lives” in Quenya?

A: “Ahárien húmë cuili”

L: “I have had a thousand lives”

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Analysis

  • Ahárien = {a}+harya+[ië]+(n) = {perfect prefix}+vb. to have+[perfect suffix]+(pers. pron. “I”)
  • húmë = num. thousand
  • cuili = cuilë+[i] = n. life, being alive+[plural marker]
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Lauren Mefford
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Ahárien húmë cuili

Q: How do we say “The best is yet to be, warrior of the stars” in Quenya?

A: “I ammára ná enwassë, ohtatyarë elenion.”

L: “The best is in tomorrow, warrior of the stars”

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Analysis

  • I = def. art. “the”
  • ammára = [an]+mára = [superlative suffix]+adj. good
  • ná = vb. to be
  • enwassë = enwa+[ssë] = n. tomorrow, future+[locative case suffix]
  • ohtatyarë = n. warrior (female form)
  • elenion = elen+[ion] = n. star+[genitive case plural suffix]
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Chew Donna San Ru
(39 Tuilë 143)
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I ammára ná enwassë ohtatyarë elenion

Q: How do we say “Grateful. Gratitude” in Quenya?

A: “Hantalinqua. Hantalë”

L: “Thanksgivingful. Thanksgiving”

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Analysis

  • Hantalinqua = hantalë+[inqua] = n. thanksgiving+[adj. suffix -ful]
  • Hantalë = n. thanksgiving, gratitude, thankfulness
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Madeline Hillas
(38 Tuilë 143)
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Hantalinqua Hantalë

Q: How do we say “Begin each day with a grateful heart” in Quenya?

A: “Á yesta ilya ré yo hantala órë”

L: “Begin each day with a thanking heart”

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Analysis

  • Á = imperative particle
  • yesta = n. beginning, vb. stem used.
  • ilya = adj. & n. all, every, each, whole
  • ré = day (24-hour period)
  • yo = conj. “with”
  • hantala = hanta+[la] = vb. to thank+[active participle suffix]
  • órë = n. heart, inner mind
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Madeline Hillas
(26 Tuilë 143)
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Á yesta ilya ré yo hantala órë

Q: How do we say “Mermaid” in Quenya?

A: “Oaris”

L: “Mermaid”

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Analysis

  • Oaris = n. mermaid
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Holly Mills
(23 Tuilë 143)
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Oaris

Q: How do we say “My lady” in Quenya?

A: “Meldanya”

L: “My beloved”

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Analysis

  • Meldanya = melda+[nya] = adj. beloved, dear, lady (non formal way)+[poss. pron. “my”]
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Teodor Pavic
(19 Tuilë 143)
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Meldanya

Q: How do we say “Whoever defines himself restricts himself” in Quenya?

A: “Aiquen esta immo pelë immo”

L: “Whoever names oneself fences oneself in”

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Analysis

  • Aiquen = pron. “whoever”
  • esta = vb. to name
  • immo = reflex. pron. “oneself”
  • pelë = vb. to surround, to fence in, to encircle
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Philipp Büchner
(7 Tuilë 143)
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Aiquen esta immo pelë immo

Q: How do we say “Only God can judge me” in Quenya?

A: “Er Eru polë namitan”

L: “Only God can judge me”

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Analysis

  • Er = adv. only, one
  • Eru = n. God
  • polë = mod. verb “can, be able to”
  • namitan = namë+[ta]={n} = vb. to judge+[infinitive infix]+{obj. pron. “me”}
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maria
(3 Tuilë 143)

Er Eru polë namitan

Q: How do we say “You were given this life, because you are strong enough to live it” in Quenya?

A: “Len antaina cuilë sina né, an nalyë tulca haritas”

L: “To you given this life was, because you are strong to have it”

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Analysis

  • Len = le+[n] = obj. pron. “you”+[dative case suffix]
  • antaina = anta+[ina] = vb. to give+[passive participle suffix]
  • cuilë = n. being alive, life
  • sina = demons. pron. “this”
  • né = vb. to be (past tense)
  • an = conj. & prep. “for, because”
  • nalyë = ná+[lyë] = vb. to be+[pers. pron. “you”]
  • tulca = adj. strong, firm, steadfast
  • haritas = harya+[ta]+{s} = vb. to have+[infinitive infix]+{obj. pron. “it”]
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Karah Hagins
(Yestarë 143)
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Len antaina cuilë sina né an nalyë tulca haritas

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