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Postby link1167 » Sat Jul 14, 2007 12:08 am

I've actually had this PDF for a while... but Im still learning it...
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Postby Raziel_Shadow_Lord » Sun Dec 23, 2007 6:33 am

All right, this site definately has all the perks lol. i'll be looking into this language as in depth as possible. unfortunately, there are MANY versions of this language, kinda like how Spanish is different in Spain, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. is Quenya the more common Elvish? also wouldn't be a bad idea looking up Archaic Elvish, you know the oldest Elvish language ever written. that would be fun.
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Postby danja » Mon Feb 25, 2008 8:19 pm

Quenya is Classic (described by Tolkien as Elvish-Latin, Book-tongue)
Sindarin, is common; and related to all other Middle-earth elvish dialects (such as Silvan, Northern Sindarin and Exilic Noldorin Quenya adaptations...

Ancient Elvish is called, Ancient Eldarin


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Primative, galadâ
Silvan/ Nandorin, galad
Sindarin, galadh
Quenya, alda
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Postby Michelle Vardden » Tue Feb 26, 2008 3:51 am

Well, I'd be interesting in joining this. I've been interested in learning this as a language for some time now, it's just that I never have enough time to devote to learning it on my own. Having a tutor, or even someone with a solid grasp of the language to explain a few things to me would be great.

So, let me get this straight:
Quenya is Tolkien
Sindarin is Common (or a simpler form?)
Grelvish is associated with the 'Grey Company' (which I've heard of)
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Postby okolorion » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:17 am

That site you linked is awesome! I need to use it more often... Probably not though... :(
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Postby Isuzuru » Sat Jan 31, 2009 7:48 am

Muwahaha!
This is great! lol
I just started an RP character who's an elf, now I can use this language with him. xD Thanks man.
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