- What about the name "Rodwen" (pure, virginal) in Sindarin? Would it be correct in the former mode?
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 05:36:05 -0000
Subject: Re: New file uploaded to elfscript
Since _Réodwyn_ is an Anglo-Saxon, not Sindarin, name, it would be
more logical to use one of the Anglo-Saxon modes that Professor
Tolkien devised to write the Edwin Lowdham tengwar manuscripts found
in "Sauron Defeated". The two modes are fully described on pp. 322-
327. The URL below will give you _Réodwyn_ written in both modes.
Cuio mae, Danny.
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