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Q. háno n. “brother” (Category: Brother)

Q. háno, n. “brother” (Category: Brother)
ᴱQ. herendo “brother”
ᴱQ. hestaner “brother”
ᴱQ. hestanu “brother”

A word for “brother” coined by Tolkien in notes on Eldarin Hands, Fingers and Numerals from the late 1960s, based on the root √KHAN of the same meaning (VT47/14). It had a diminutive/affectionate variant hanno used as a play name for the middle finger in several places in these notes (VT47/12; VT48/6).

Conceptual Development: The Etymologies of the 1930s had ᴹQ. toron “brother” from the root ᴹ√TOR (Ety/TOR), and the Quenya Lexicon of the 1910s had ᴱQ. herendo “brother” from the early root ᴱ√HESE¹ (QL/40). See those entries for discussion.

Reference ✧ VT47/14 ✧ hāno “brother”

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Phonetic Developments

KHAN > hāno [kʰāno] > [xāno] > [hāno] ✧ VT47/14

Q. hanno n. “brother (diminutive)” (Category: Brother)

See Q. háno for discussion.

References ✧ VT47/12, 26, 34; VT48/6

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Phonetic Developments

khan > hanno [kʰanno] > [xanno] > [hanno] ✧ VT47/26
khan > hanno [kʰanno] > [xanno] > [hanno] ✧ VT47/34