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du quenya sur l'anglais



    (only translated "of Aman" by Tolkien) amanya (which can also mean “blessed”, VT49:41). Cf. also Úmanyar, Úamanyar, Alamanyar "those not of Aman" (the Elves who started on the march from Cuiviénen but did not reach Aman; contrast the Avamanyar, another name of the Avari.) –WJ:411, 373, 370, MR:163

    Quettaparma Quenyallo (English-Quenya) > AMANIAN

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