NeoQuenya

15th March - Lúmequenta Siaréva

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Síra ná i lepenquea ré Súlimeo - i asto entya ré.

  • Romani estaner si ré Idus Martis - nése i koranaro minya quanta Rána. I koranares 44 nó Hristo i *kaisar Julius Caesar nahtana ló Marcus Brutus ar exe arqueni to i ambo Capitolium.
  • I koranares 1848 Matyarnóresse *amortale *menune *anqua i Habsburg túrindie. I mahtie xéyane loa atta ar i mettasse né tapina.
  • Si aures yú: queni kanaqain nerte nahtane  mi Christchurch, Vinya Earnor... :(

 


*kaisar n. "emperor, caesar, tzar" loan

A View From Revelstone Atwe Sun, 03/03/2019 - 12:18
Translation of a paragraph from a favourite novel, Lord Foul's Bane by Stephen R. Donaldson.

Serke Iþil

Eclipse

Enta lómis eke mon kenda *keþyalima hellea *fánie - Iþilwa *vaþarie. Iþil menuva tere Kemeno leo (hya Kemen menuva imbe Anar Iþilye), ha vistuva Iþilo laite þindello karnenna. Queni estar tana *fánie Serke Iþil *nanqui laiterya lauva *morikarne ve serke, arya1kuluina.

I vaþarie kenuvaina or i forna *perkoron. Or Europa i ammára lúmion kenitas tuluva nó Anarórie.


*fánie noun "phenomenon, apparition" PHAN

Quenya Verbal Adjectives and Other Derivations

One of the most interesting and exciting aspects of establishing a NeoQuenya consensus is, to me, to determine which affixes attested in the Quenya corpus can be considered productive in the later Quneya stages and could be considered "safe" for use. PE22 has provided a lot of strong material with regards to that, especially the participial and verbal adjectival systems. It prompted me to start a sheet of PQ roots, their Quenya verbal derivations, the attested, and the potential verbal adjectives, frequentatives etc. of them, and the potential neologue glosses we could assign to them.