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Re: Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

On Sun, Oct 25, 2015 at 2:47 PM, 'Arden R. Smith' ... Perhaps not an error, but a comment on spelling: the [ŋ] cirth, *on its own*, is
Joel C. Salomon
Oct 25, 2015
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Re: Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

... If we take Tolkien's explanation of the pronunciation of NG from Appendix E at face value, then we have to assume that final NG is pronounced as [ŋ] and
Arden R. Smith
Oct 25, 2015
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Re: Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

Thank you, Arden & Stefan; with your help, I have very nearly enough to go on. (The only question remaining is whether *ang*, iron is to be transcribed as
Joel C. Salomon
Oct 25, 2015
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Re: Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

... In the Angerthas table in Appendix E, however, and represent their English values, thus [j] in "yes" and [ʤ] in "judge", respectively. So certh
Arden R. Smith
Oct 23, 2015
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Re: Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

I'm certainly not the right person to tell about the finer points of sindaring pronounciation, but if you can get that sorted out (by someone else) this I
Stefan Isaksson, SI Computing
Oct 23, 2015
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Re: Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 12:16 AM, 'Arden R. Smith' ... Thanks; I looked and looked, and still overlooked it. ... Interesting. + it
Joel C. Salomon
Oct 22, 2015
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Re: Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

... It's in the Angerthas table in RotK, Appendix E, as a variant of certh #45 with the value <ü>. It only has the value in the "later Noldorin use" and
Arden R. Smith
Oct 21, 2015
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Diphthongs in Angerthas Daeron

I’m trying to transcribe the names of the swords of Eöl the Dark Elf: Anglachel (later reforged as Gurthang) and Anguirel. Since the names are Sindarin
Joel C. Salomon
Oct 21, 2015
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Re: What is the sign in PE 19, p. 49?

... I think you're absolutely right that it is a thorn. Chris apparently misinterpreted it as a tengwa (no doubt influenced by that preceding silme), and for
Arden R. Smith
Jul 24, 2015
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What is the sign in PE 19, p. 49?

Dear tengwar people While continuing to analyze on PE 22, a question on PE 19 has come up, so I thought I’d ask this right away rather than mingling it
j_mach_wust
Jul 24, 2015
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Re: Parma Eldalamberon no. 22 - announcement

For some reason Yahoo's insert link feature altered the internal link url (changing "&" to "&") which breaks the connection when you just click on it. If
cgilson75
Jun 8, 2015
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Parma Eldalamberon no. 22 - announcement

PARMA ELDALAMBERON 22 The Feanorian Alphabet, Part 1 and Quenya Verb Structure By J. R. R. Tolkien Edited by Christopher Gilson and Arden R. Smith In this
cgilson75
Jun 8, 2015
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Re: Punctuation on the One Ring inscription

On Wed, 25 Feb 2015 10:00:23 +0100, j_mach_wust@... ... Well, I can't speak for Måns (;-) but the reason I added those flourishes to Tengwar
Johan Winge
Feb 28, 2015
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Re: Punctuation on the One Ring inscription

Hi Joel And sorry for the delay. Flourishes appear only in a few tengwar texts. The sketches for DTS 8, DTS 29 through 32, have something like a
j_mach_wust
Feb 25, 2015
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Punctuation on the One Ring inscription

Glad to have found this group. Apologies if this question has been asked before, but searching the group turns up nothing. On the One Ring inscription, there
Joel C. Salomon
Feb 13, 2015
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