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Re: [elfscript] úr (e) and yanta (was: Re: úr >> úre )

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  • Arden R. Smith
    ... Quite right, but not a single published text in Quenya uses a mode in which vowels are represented by full letters, apart from those anomalous initials in
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 8, 2002
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      Laurifindil wrote:

      >The "andatehta" (a big accent to show long vowel) was actually used in
      >Quenya as well?
      >So far, not a single published text in Quenya in tengwar uses it, if
      >I'm not mistaken.

      Quite right, but not a single published text in Quenya uses a mode in
      which vowels are represented by full letters, apart from those
      anomalous initials in the "alda orne" inscription.

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