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Александр Запрягаев May 11, 2015 (21:54)

A Númenorean saying, Shakespeare-inspired.

Henion naeg Annúnnor: thaw i•naid e•Thol hi nar.

[So I understand the pain of Westernesse: something is rotten now at the Island.]

(Yes, the pun is intentional.)

Hjalmar Holm May 12, 2015 (19:38)

I interpreted the second part as "now the things of the iland are rotten". I did not understand what nar is supposed to mean. Would you explain to me?

ܤܡܝ ܦܠܕܢܝܘܤ May 12, 2015 (20:18)

Looking at thoron + (n)dîr = Thorondir I would expect *Annúndor. (Salo: "After nasals the nasal stops remained d, b and g.")