How would you call handles of objects like pots, mugs, pans etc. in Quenya?
I am (of course) inclined to go for the "ear(s)" metaphor as we do in Hungarian and call them hlas/hlari - this seems to be also in line with the idea behind unquilla(r).
P.S. there is also tolma, but that looks like specifically a rounded and short knob.
Would you say *attindo is a reasonable neologism for "doubt, hesitation"? same indo atta "have doubt, to be in doubt"? nán imbi indu "I am in between two minds/ wills"? For the transitive doubt perhaps simply *atya-? For the noun I'd prefer a compound where indo is first as in inwiste, but I can't find any good attestation for "sway, swing, waver" etc
[A cross-post from Discord]
I've released version 0.7.0 of Eldamo:
In this release, I've finished up my work on incorporating neologisms into Eldamo for the time being. I will still capture and add individual neologisms as I see them.