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Fiona Jallings Mar 19, 2016 (21:23)

I'm making words for "lawful, law-abiding" and "law, rule" in Sindarin. Basing it off of thanya/sanya (from STAN) Quenya, I've got thain/thein for the adjective and theinas for the noun. What do you think?

Paul Strack Mar 19, 2016 (22:01)

Sounds reasonable to me. The other Quenya word for "law", axan, is an adaptation from Valarin and therefore unlikely to be used in Sindarin.

Fiona Jallings Mar 19, 2016 (22:19)

That's why I didn't use it.

Tamas Ferencz Mar 20, 2016 (10:47)

And the attested Noldorin thann would remain as 'firm, true, abiding'?

Fiona Jallings Mar 20, 2016 (19:48)

Yup. And I use "thannas" for "truth"