ᴹQ. Úrion m.
An name appearing in The Etymologies from the 1930s as a derivative of the root ᴹ√UR² “wide, large, great” (Ety/UR). It meaning and function are unclear, but it might be a remnant of earlier ᴱQ. Úrion, a name for Fionwe.
References ✧ Ety/UR; LRI
|ᴹ√UR > Úrion||[ūrion]||✧ Ety/UR|
ᴱQ. Úrion m.
Another name Fionwe in the Qenya Lexicon from the 1910s and some other early name lists (QL/98; PE13/114; PE14/13). It was also glossed “phaethon”, which is Greek for “radiant, shining” and another name for Helios, god of the Sun, according to the editors of the Qenya Lexicon: Gilson, Hostetter, Wynne and Smith (QL/98). It is an elaboration of Ûr “Sun”, as suggested by Christopher Tolkien (LT1A/Ûr).
See also ᴹQ. Úrion.
References ✧ GL/18, 20; LT1A/Ûr; PE13/114; PE14/13; QL/98
|Ûr||“Sun, (lit.) Fire”||✧ LT1A/Ûr|
|ᴱ√UŘU > Ūrion||[ɣūðion] > [ɣūzion] > [ɣūrion] > [ūrion]||✧ QL/98|