No worries, just musing about NeoQuenya relatives of the word "to hang": hang, swing, depend, pendulum, dependable, vertical...
- hang: we do have the MidQuenya linga- (with a homonymous verb meaning "to ring"), but there is also the EQ kinka- with its transitive brother kinkata-1, and it's tempting to say the two could coexist as synonyms
- swing, sway: this is trickier, my first instinct was to make it a frequentative of "hang", but then again "hang" is static, so how could it have a frequentative form2? (However, look at the etymology of dangle, based on that linga- which is glossed "hang" and "dangle" at the same time, could mean "swing" as well, retaining kinka- for "hang" only?); another idea would be to associate the verb with the notion of "tilting, slanting", again with a frequentative
- depend: could be as simple as linga- or kinka- with an ablative (Hungarian uses the same metaphor of hanging from something so the notion looks universal); "dependable" is then a simple -(l)ima adjective formation
- pendulum: *linguma or *kinkuma based on sanguma
- vertical: *lingea, *lingastea, *lingaite?; or associate it with TOL "stick up" (as in "upright")
Are there other related words in this semantic group we could address?
To assist your thoughts, here's a rendition of Sway from the movie Dark City.