Appendix:Sindarin

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AEdit

adar

  1. (noun) father.

adel

  1. (preposition) behind.

aderthad

  1. (verb) reuniting or reunion.

aduial

  1. (noun) Twilight or dusk.

aear

  1. (noun) sea.

aearon

  1. (noun) ocean.

aeg

  1. (adjective) sharp or point.

aelin

  1. (noun) Lake, pool.

aer

  1. (adjective) holy

alph

  1. (noun) Swan.

amarth

  1. (noun) Doom.

amon

  1. (noun) Hill.

ang

  1. (noun) Iron.

aur

  1. (noun) Sunlight.

ar

  1. (adj) noble.

BEdit

barad

  1. (noun) Tower.

brannon

  1. (noun) lord.

brennil

  1. (noun) lady.

DEdit

dil

  1. (noun) Horn.

dîr

  1. (noun) Man.

EEdit

edhel

  1. (noun) Elf.

êl

  1. (noun) Star.

emyn

  1. (noun) Hills. (plural of amon)

Emyn Beraid

  1. (proper noun) Hills of the Towers, situated to the west of "The Shire" of the Hobbits, and where the Elven King Gil-galad built towers.

estel

  1. (noun) Hope.

GEdit

gon

  1. (noun) Stone.

gurth

  1. (noun) Death.

gwen

  1. (noun) maiden

HEdit

hen

  1. (noun) Eye.

LEdit

lach

  1. (noun) Flame.

lain

  1. (noun) Thread.

loss

  1. (noun) Snow.

MEdit

mae govannen

  1. (sentence) Well met! Used as a greeting.

mellon

  1. (noun) friend.

minuial

  1. (noun) Dawn.

mór

  1. (adj.) Black, dark.
  2. (noun) Darkness.

OEdit

or

  1. (noun) Day.

REdit

ras

  1. (noun) Horn.

Rodon

  1. (noun) god, Vala.

ruin

  1. (noun) Red flame.

TEdit

tar

  1. (adj.) High, lofty.

See alsoEdit

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