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The NeoQuenya and NeoSindarin Wiktionary


eithor


adjective


  1. other, another

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Etymology


This is based on the assumption that eithro (VT50:5) means *'otherwise, alternatively' and is formed from the root KES-, whence Q. ekes, exa 'other', exe 'the other' (VT47:40), via a primitive form that might have been *ek's-rā-bē. Taking away the adverbial suffix, one gets *eithr, *eithor < *ek'srā.
Compare also Welsh eithr 'but, except, besides' from Latin extrā 'on the outside, without; except, besides' (PE50:12, footnote 13).

Attested Analogues


eithro *'otherwise, alternatively' (VT50:5)

Alternatives


Example


"I Chîn Húrin" eneth eithor e-Beleglind "Túrin Túramarth".
"The Children of Húrin" is another name for the great song "Túrin Túramarth".

Creator


Roman Rausch