- Q. móna n. “*womb”
A word for “womb” in Quenya prayers of the 1950s; the editors of the prayers suggested it is probably connected to √MŌ “labour” (VT43/31).
Conceptual Development: Earlier versions of the prayers had carva instead, possibly connected to √KAR “make” (VT43/31). In notes on Elvish growth from 1959, Tolkien had two different words for “gestation”: colbamarië (NM/91) and colbanavië (NM/120). The initial elements of these might be colba “*womb”, with meanings “*womb-dwelling” and “*womb-being” respectively.
Neo-Quenya: Giving the tentative nature of the interpretations of colba, I’d stick with móna for “womb” for purposes of Neo-Quenya.
- ᴱN. huch n. “cunnus, *vagina”
This word appeared ᴱN. huch “cunnus” (Latin = “vagina”) in Early Noldorin Word-lists of the 1920s, derived from primitive ᴱ✶pukku- (PE13/147, 163). Primitive initial [p] often became [h] in (Early) Noldorin.
Neo-Sindarin: Since this sound change was not a feature of later Sindarin, I would adapt this word as ᴺS. puch “cunnus, vagina”, as suggested by Fiona Jallings.
- ᴱQ. ohte (oksi-) n. “egg”
- G. och n. “egg”
A word appearing as G. och “egg” in the Gnomish Lexicon of the 1910s (GL/62), likely based on the early root ᴱ√OHO¹ from which Qenya “egg” words were derived (QL/69). It has a somewhat unusual plural form uith, likely from primitive *oχ-þ- as suggested by Roman Rausch with the vocalization of oχ to oi which then became ui (HPG/§2.8).
- ᴱQ. milt n. “semen”
Neo-Quenya: I’d adapt this word as ᴺQ. miltë (milti-) “semen” for purposes of Neo-Quenya, though its etymology in Tolkien’s later conceptions of the language isn’t clear (< *ᴺ√MILIT?).
- ᴱQ. hapta- vb. “to eject, ejaculate”
A verb appearing as ᴱQ. hapta- “eject, ejaculate” in Early Qenya Phonology of the 1920s, originally with the sense “to cause liquids to spirt out” based on the early root ᴱ√KAPA “leap” (PE14/66). Oddly, Tolkien gave it the primitive form ᴱ✶skapi̯a-.
Neo-Quenya: Since the root ᴹ√KAP survived in Tolkien’s later writings, I’d retain this word for purposes of Neo-Quenya, but based on primitive *skaptā-.
- ᴱQ. puntl n. “mem. vir., *penis”
A noun appearing as ᴱQ. puntl in the Qenya Lexicon of the 1910s under the early root ᴱ√PU(HU) “generate”, with an erased gloss “mem. vir.” (QL/75). As suggested by the editors, “mem. vir.” is an abbreviation of Latin “membrum virile” = “male organ”, hence “*penis”.
- ᴱN. gwib n. “teors, *penis”
A noun ᴱN. gwib “teors” (Old English = “penis”) appeared in Early Noldorin Word-lists of the 1920s derived from ᴱ✶wiqē, along with an archaic variant ᴱN. †gwî of the same meaning from primitive ᴱ✶wiı̯ḗ (PE13/146, 162).