4769Re: Name Translation Help
- Jun 5, 2005--- In email@example.com, "rajivsethumadhavan"
> Hi..Hello and welcome,
> However, i have been told that, simply typingThe person who had told you this was correct.
> the alphabets of my name in say MS Word, after selecting the font
> as Tengwar Cursive is not the correct way of going about this.
> The questions i have are:You don't need to translate your name - actually, it is much better
> 1) Should i first translate my name (rajiv)into Quenya or Sindarin
> and then key in the alphabets of the translated word into MS Word
> with the font as Tengwar Cursive and then use the outoput text?
not to do so since you probably wouldn't get an exact and correct
Quenya or Sindarin translation.
> ORIt's the same as you would type the letters yourself. Here is the
> 2)Is it correct if i key in the alphabets of my names as in english
> (rajiv) into MS Word with the font as Tengwas Cursive and then use
> the output text?
link to a .zip file where you can find a .pdf keyboard:
If you wouldn't be able to do it yourself, here is the instruction -
type these keys into your Word Editor (either in the Tengwar Font
directly or in a Latin font and then turning it to the Tengwar font):
(it is possible that there is another sign on the key 3 on your
keyboard, so to have the A, press 'shift 3').
I suppose that your name is *pronounced* as [radzhif]:
R as in English ROCK
A as in English LUCK
J as in English JACK
I as in English HIT*
V as in English FIT
That's also why I used the F Tengwar sign (formen) in the end and
anga for J (as in English).
*I don't know whether the I in your name in not long (i.e. as in
English HEAT), then it would be: 7s#~Be
Hope this helps.
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