Here’s a compilation of some Quenya names already requested to me according to each one’s etymology. If your name isn’t already in the list, feel free to ask me through reply here. I’ll be glad to help everyone!
Note on surnames: There are no surnames in Quenya. None. But how can I get my full name then? Easy! Same principle ancient Israelites used, genealogy. So, if you’re a man, take your father’s name in Quenya and apply the genitive suffix (-o) which means ‘of’ (origin). If you’re a woman, your mother’s name. In the end, what you’ll have will be something like, for instance: Túrin (son of) Húrin or Lúthien (daughter of) Melian. You need to be careful only with some rules about the genitive suffix, but this will be treated later and deeper in the Elvish Course page. Below, the alphabetical names list: (Click on the letters)
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etymologically composed names and
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Next names to be added according to people’s requests:
- Devin (Irish)
* = Awaiting further explanation from the one who requested it in order to be composed.
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