- ... used in Q. only for the ... I once proposed that perhaps the word/name úre was originally written as u curl over úre, a uw diphthong representingMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 3, 2002View SourceTeithant Laurifindil:
>How could the name of that letter be written in tengwarused in Q. only for the
>in Q. with the use of the tengwa uure itself (as Tolkien
>writes in Appendix E it should be). So far, it looks as if >uure was
>diphts (Nam.).I once proposed that perhaps the word/name 'úre' was originally
written as 'u' curl over úre, a 'uw' diphthong representing 'ú',
based on similar usage in the sarati. For me, the tengwar spelling of
'yanta' presents more of a problem!
Cuio mae, Danny.