Filikion Orie Atwe Thu, 04/02/2020 - 09:02

Firyaron úme ehehtanie ostor; *immenwaron sanga vanwa mallellor; mal neme sa kuimar *nanwapar ya sámer. Ostosse mi Wales *oronye *naikor untaner ununter i orontello ya tára ara i osto ar mapaner maller auvientanna.

Tengwar Silúmie Atwe Fri, 03/27/2020 - 20:35

Introducing a new tengwar typeface, Tengwar Silúmie.

https://middangeard.org.uk/silumie

Stay Safe Atwe Tue, 03/24/2020 - 11:36

Si hrange, alasenye, ar raxie lúmissen merin sa illi nalle ar lemyalle varne ar málesse, ar sa vehtellar rongo entuluvar senya tienna. Ar qui nalle aquapahtiesse - eke len illume quete ar teke sinome.

Na varne ar á sove máldat!

 

 

Quenya Grammar P69: Future Paul Strack Sun, 03/22/2020 - 17:45

The Quenya future tense refers to events occurring in the future: i nér matuva, matuvan “the man will eat, I will eat”. The English future tense uses a helping verb “will”, but the Quenya future tense has its own conjugation, with the suffix -uva.

Quenya Grammar P68: Long Perfect

In the Quenya Verbal System (QVS) of the late 1940s, Tolkien described a “long perfect” that developed along the same lines as the Quenya pluperfect (past perfect):

A weak “pluperfect” was made in Quenya, by adding to the perfect participle the past-suffix -nḗ. So karnelyane “I was having made = I had made”; túlielyane “I had come”, lasselyane “I had heard”, etc.