- Apr 20, 2001--- In elfscript@y..., gildir_1@y... wrote:
>I know...and 'hwesta' is what I use for 'ch' (= [x]). In this mode (probabl=
> And, btw, while Harma/Aha is not used (for ch) in the tehta
> mode (King's Letter mode) for Sindarin, its counterpart
> Hwesta is.
y influenced by a Mannish mode...Westron or Adûnaic...as Måns pointed out), =
series IV was used as the 'calmatéma'. There is, however, most probably an a=
s-yet non-attested Sindarin tehta mode that uses series III for the velars a=
nd leaves the first four grades of series IV unused (and probably 'nwalme' a=
s well). This would be a Sindarin mode used by the Elves themselves rather t=
han by the Edain in Gondor. The mode of Beleriand was apparently used the no=
rthern regions of Middle Earth. The tehta mode could possibly have been used=
in Eryn Galen, Lothlórien and possibly Dol Amroth, since there was a lot of=
Elvish blood in their people. It's just a theory.
Cuio mae, Danny.
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