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Submitted by Atwe on Mon, 2007-11-05 11:31.
isn't it time for a little game again? Let's put our skills to a try and see if we can make and guess *pent-thennath, i.e. famous stories, novels, tales, movies, plays summarized in a single Dodonaic Quenya/Sindarin/Telerin/whatever sentence!
Are you game?
Submitted by oreramar on Tue, 2007-08-28 18:17.
A most interesting issue. I just read the notes about the comparative. We now can look sharper, run faster, watch more closely : à cene ancénie, à tire antírie, à nore amnórie (run with more running).
Submitted by oreramar on Sun, 2007-08-12 17:25.
I am back since Saturday afternoon from Omentielva. It was with some apprehension that I had registered and finally felt awfully sorry for having to leave the meeting before Saturday evening. The participants were all great company and I have spent terrific 4 days in Antwerpen. The organisation was perfect and Beregond's cooking skills filled me with awe. I found it very interesting to see the various aspects of Tolkien's work people love and devote so much time to. Pieter Collier and Johan Vanhecke showed us books with Tolkien's autographs and we could even handle and read an original letter from Tolkien. The "Practical Elvish" on two evenings were quite hilarious and showed us that writing Elvish and speaking even simple sentences are quite different stories. We had a pleasant poetry evening during which participants read in turns the poems I had chosen and I realized how important right accentuation and pronounciation is.
Submitted by thebo on Sat, 2007-07-14 15:46.
I would like to invite you to join a survey on the usage of artificial
I am doing this survey as a school project.
The survey will just take 5-10 minutes of Your time.
Thank you very much for Your interest and coorporation! Feel free to
Submitted by oreramar on Fri, 2007-07-06 18:52.
At the next Omentielva, one of the topics is the "Elvish Poets'Circle" where participants will read own poetry or the works of writers that cannot attend. To make sure that we have enough material to read from, I am looking for some, if possible, recent works. If anyone has a poem in any of Tolkien's languages that he would like to have read at the meeting, he can send it to the following mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. It should be accompanied by an English translation.
Submitted by Atwe on Thu, 2007-06-14 08:38.
I am creating this thread so that we can have a place where ideas for neologisms can be exchanged. If you are pondering how to express something in an Eldarin language, what form a derivative of a root could take or if you have an idea for a coinage to share, post it here.
Submitted by oreramar on Sun, 2007-04-22 18:23.
On the occasion of the publishing "The Children of Hurin", the Tolkien Estate has opened a small web site. It does not contain much at the moment, but they promise that they will publish, among other things, in the future articles about Tolkienian Languages.
Submitted by oreramar on Wed, 2007-04-18 13:15.
Hello riddle lovers!
Are there some of you out there still pondering those great riddles Ninniach and Atwe have made up? I tried my luck, but do not worry, the score is still "0". But since wrong answers can also give hints (at least you know where you do not have to look anymore), I thought I draw your attention to the ARCA thread.
Submitted by cimmerian_jedi on Tue, 2007-04-17 21:23.
Hello to all,
Submitted by Atwe on Mon, 2007-02-05 09:53.
As some of you are probably aware already the second biannual meeting of Tokienian linguists and enthusiast will happen this year on the 8th-11th of August, in Antwerp, Belgium. You can find more about the planned meeting and details about the previous one on the website of Omentielva, www.omentielva.com.