Ad. Amân m. “Manwë”
- Ad. Amân m. “Manwë”
The Adûnaic name of Manwë
(SD/376). According to Christopher Tolkien, the invention of this Adûnaic name preceded the use of Q. Aman
as the name of the Blessed Realm, and was likely the inspiration for this Quenya name (SD/376). The later status of Ad. Amân
as the name of Manwë is unclear, but it could be that the ancestors of the Númeróreans conflated the name of the Valar with
the name of the land he ruled.
Conceptual Development: The first Adûnaic name for Manwë was Manawē (SD/55).
References ✧ MRI/Aman; SD/357, 376, 435; SDI2/Amân
Ad. Manawē m. “Manwë”
A draft version of the Adûnaic name for Manwë
, later replaced by Amân
References ✧ SD/376; SDI2/Manwë