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Rubén Rodríguez Jan 18, 2014 (01:57)

How are you all? I have a request, and I hope you can help me... Could you please translate me this phrase?
"All will be well"
it's like my motto, and I want it to be engraved in my family shield...

Tamas Ferencz Jan 18, 2014 (16:28)

Ilya nauva mára   "All will be good"
Ilya nauva mai "All will be well"

(Both in Quenya)

Rubén Rodríguez Jan 18, 2014 (16:32)

Thank you! If you know how would it be written in elvish characters I'd be eternally in debt with you...

Lisa Allen MH Jan 19, 2014 (10:51)

Google search for Tengwar in 10 Minutes to learn how to write in Tengwar by hand.

Tamas Ferencz Jan 19, 2014 (12:49)

+Lisa Allen MH the website you are referring to shows how to transcribe English names into tengwar. The sentences I translated are in Quenya, which requires a different writing mode.

Matt Dinse Jan 21, 2014 (06:00)
I wasn't sure what kind of font would be better for engraving (something angular?) so I included a few. It's transcribed in the 'classical use' for Quenya; I didn't bother with 'general use' variants for V, -y, and diphthongs.

Rubén Rodríguez Jan 28, 2014 (20:59)

Hantalë! :)