121Re: [quenya] elen siila luumenn' omentielmo!
- Nov 3, 2000Well, first of all let me advice you to carry on this topic on
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> Here are all those curly tehtar I found using the "insert symbol" commandAll those are s-curls, there's just more than one shape for it.
> with Tengwar-Quenya font:
> ? ? ? S ?
> /--\ /--\ --\
> ----/---/ ----/ / ----/ ----\ /
> _/ --/ /
> Each one seems to have a counterpart for use with the upper-bowed tengwar as
> well. Besides the "s-curl", I have no idea what any of them mean! Being the
> kind of person who enjoys strange quirks, it would be great to find them
> I also remember some other symbols that looked like modified tengwar. One isNo idea about these, they may not be tengwar at all (like 0157 and 0158
> harma with an extra curl coming from the stem, and the other suule with the
> letter two instead of a bow:
> /----| |
> / | |
> | / | |/--\
> \ \__| | /
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