Re: Wedding Ring
- thanks for the help and I will post a picture of it when it is done
(assuming the engraver can handle it).
The ring itself looks like the One Ring from the movie Lord of the
Rings: Fellowship of the Rings (why we picked it) except that it is
white gold instead of yellow gold.
--- In elfscript@y..., Gildor Inglorion <elfiness@y...> wrote:
> teithant tertiary_adjunct
> > We would like the message to read:
> Beloved Soulmate
> * gee thats hard...
> melima feanoona
> > I would like this written in Quenya (I think - though I don't
> Tolkien's language systems well) using the same font that was on
> One Ring.
> write the following in Word or Wordpad or whatever
> t$j%t# eR`C5~N7Y
> mark it, and pick the TengwarCursive font.. you will get the result
> > My fiance found a translation which is: Chev Sh'mai
> * its not Tolkien's Elvish
> > I would greatly appreciate any help that can be provided. I am
> to take a Tolkien language class in the fall but that is after the
> * i need a picture of your ring mailed to me please after you do
> Do You Yahoo!?
> ÁðïêôÞóôå ôçí äùñåÜí óáò@... äéåýèõíóç óôï Yahoo! Mail.
- --- In elfscript@y..., "Harri Perälä" <harri.perala@l...> wrote:
> Of course, it is a good idea to check that too before having theThis URL has a typo; it should be
> inscription made. The Quenya mode is described in detail at
And here's a shameless plug for my own Tengwar guides:
Gildir, Per Lindberg