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ᴹQ. kelure n. “fountain” (Category: Spring, Well)

ᴹQ. celurë, n. “fountain” (Category: Spring, Well)

A noun in the Quenya Verbal System of the 1940s glossed “fountain”, derived from the verb ᴹQ. kelu- “spring forth (of water)” and a suffix of general action: ᴹQ. -re (PE22/110).

Conceptual Development: A possible precursor is (archaic) ᴱQ. †kektele “fountain” from the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s, a combination of the roots ᴱ√KEKE¹ “bubble up” and ᴱ√KELE “flow” (QL/46), also mentioned in the Poetic and Mythological Words of Eldarissa (PME/46).

Reference ✧ PE22/110 ✧ “fountain”

Elements

kelu- “to (begin to) flow, spring forth (of water)”
-(á)re “general action verbal suffix” ✧ PE22/110 (-rḗ)

ᴱQ. kektele n. “fountain” (Category: Spring, Well)

See ᴹQ. kelure for discussion.

References ✧ LT1A/Kelusindi; LT2A/Ecthelion; PME/46; QL/35, 46

Glosses

Related

Elements

ᴱ√KEKE¹ “to bubble up” ✧ QL/46; QL/46
ᴱ√KELE “flow, run; ooze, trickle” ✧ QL/46; QL/46

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