ᴱQ. wente n. “brook, small river” (Category: Brook, Stream, River)
A noun given the cognate of G. gwent “brook, small river” in the Gnomish Lexicon of the 1910s as a derivative of the root ᴱ√gu̯et (GL/46). Tolkien seems to have revised the primitive form to u̯et and the Qenya form to vente.
References ✧ GL/46
|ᴱ√gwed² > wente||[gʷentē] > [gʷente] > [wente]||✧ GL/46|
A noun given as ’wenda “brook” in the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s derived from the root ᴱ√GWEÐE (QL/103).
Reference ✧ QL/103 ✧ ’wenda “brook”
|ᴱ√GWEÐE > ’wenda||[gʷenðā] > [gʷenða] > [gʷenda] > [wenda]||✧ QL/103|