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For instance, the word for “metal” had been spelt tinko in the Etymologies ˆ ), but in LotR Appendix E, the same word with the same (entry tinko meaning appears as tinco instead. Hence we regularize k to c throughout. It is a curious fact that Tolkien, even in sources that postdate LotR, in many (indeed most) cases reverted to the use of k. His writings are quite inconsistent on this point. A word for “Dwarf” is given as Kasar with a k in WJ:388; yet on the next page Tolkien switches to c when quoting the Quenya name of Moria: Casarrondo (“Dwarf-cave” or “Dwarf-hall”).

Short e, i, u should sound just as described above, wholly irrespective of the following r. In LotR Appendix E, Tolkien noted that er, ir, ur should sound, not as in English fern, fir, fur, but rather like air, eer, oor (that is, like it would be natural for a speaker of English to pronounce orthographic “air, eer, oor” – however, it should be understood that this would only be an approximation of the ideal pronunciation). In the Peter Jackson movie, the actors struggle to pronounce the final syllable of the Quenya name Isildur correctly, with variable results.

Yet this is the pronunciation he himself used in most cases in the recording of him reading Nam´ ari¨e ; it should perhaps be attributed to his English accent. Some words with o: rondo “cave”, olos “dream”, tolto “eight”. Of course, Quenya o is never pronounced “ow” as in English so, also; a word like tolto must NOT come out as “tol-tow”. Neither must o ever be reduced to a schwa or dropped altogether; be especially mindful of the ending -on, often found in masculine names (and also in plural genitives like Silmarillion; see later lessons).

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