ᴹ√MANAD root. “doom, final end, fate, fortune”
A root in The Etymologies of the 1930s glossed “doom, final end, fate, fortune” = “final bless”, an extended form of ᴹ√MAN “holy spirit”, with derivatives ᴹQ. manar or mande and N. manað, apparently with the same meaning as the root (Ety/MANAD). In Quenya it was partially blended with ᴹ√(M)BAD in names like ᴹQ. Mandos.
References ✧ Ety/MANAD; EtyAC/MAN, MBAD
|MAN||“holy spirit”||✧ Ety/MAN; EtyAC/MAN (MAN); EtyAC/MBAD (MAN)|