... that ... Rithil-Anamo doesn t mean Frodo s ring, it means the Ring of Doom where the Valar meet. I think the word for the kind of ring you wear is corma.Message 1 of 5 , Jan 12, 2002View Source
> Rithil-Anamo "Ring of Doom", translation of the foreign word Máhanaxarthat
> was adopted and adapted from Valarin. Likely *Risil-Anamo in Exilic QuenyaRithil-Anamo doesn't mean Frodo's ring, it means the Ring of Doom where the
Valar meet. I think the word for the kind of ring you wear is corma.
> P.S. (I took some liberties making it rhyme, so mahalmaryo is in thesense.
> genitive, not the locative, for purely poetic reasons. It still makes
> Nuvitat should be nutitat, though. Just wishful thinking...)
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... Dang! Of course, I knew that... Change risil to corma, then, even though it s a more boring word. How about the actual grammar of my translation? It reallyMessage 1 of 5 , Jan 20, 2002View Source
>Rithil-Anamo doesn't mean Frodo's ring, it means the Ring of Doom where theDang! Of course, I knew that... Change risil to corma, then, even though
>Valar meet. I think the word for the kind of ring you wear is corma.
it's a more boring word. How about the actual grammar of my translation? It
really it too bad all of Tolkien's papers haven't been published, because I
would love to have an official resource for confirming my attempts. Speaking
of which... I'm still trying on the New Testament. Could someone provide a
little info on how to change names into Quenya phonology? Is it David to
Lavit, Nahshon to Nahhyon, Azor to Assor? The sounds in question are b d g
sh z and ch. Also, when a name ends in -ah is it to be realized as simply -a
in Quenya? Whatever... Thanks for any info. Oh... and sorry for not writing
this in Quenya! (I forgot that's what this list is for.) Sincerely,
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