Re: Sindarin / Tengwar
- Thank you very much Lucy!!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "calwen76" <calwen.rudh@s...>
> --- In email@example.com, "Alyssa" <sorshat@y...> wrote:
> > The word entwined doesnt actually exist as far as i could find...
> > just something like entangle, or enmesh.... i dunno..
> > do i just translate it specifically by letter? or find a word
> > is actually a word in sindarin that would be the same meaningand
> > then get the translation for that?and 2
> > I could use the font and write it myself but i really want an
> > accurate word/translation for what im trying to say.
> So: here is the pic I made:
> There are four rows, first 2 showing 'entwined' in two designs,
> rows (the longer ones) showing *_gonathrannen / gonathren_# butthese
> two are not for sure (now I mean the translation from English toknows
> As far as this fact I'd propose to choose the English word: and
> please, have it checked by the others of this groups, one never
> whether a slip or a mistake wouldn't appear here and there :))enmesh':
> #We don't know but the Noldorin verb(al stem) for 'entangle,
> _gonathra-_ (V:354), root NAT-. If I were to follow the fewexamples
> we have of passive, I would say *_gonathr(ann)en_.