9.2 Homework

Wordbank

Nouns
Sindarin English
(m)bâr home
bend husband
bereth queen
calph water-vessel
cened sight
ennas there
gas hole
idhrin year
melethril lover (female)
pen person
rhaw wilderness
roch horse
Adjectives
Sindarin English
laew many
uanui monstrous
Verbs
Sindarin Common Eldarin English
achar- at-kar- avenge
cen- ken- see
delia- duljâ- hide
dilia- diljâ- plug
gawa- ñgawâ- howl (like a wolf)
henia- hanjâ- understand
luitha- luktâ- enchant
muda- môtâ- labor
nedia- nodjâ- count
pathra- kwatrâ- fill
puia- piwâ- spit
rhib- srip- scratch
thia- thêâ- seem
tol- tul- come
tolla- tultâ- fetch/summon
yr- jur- run

Exercises

Conjugate all of the verbsin the wordbank into the Perfective Participle, and give both their meanings in English.

Example: aphada- > ephediel, having followed, as though following
achar-
cen-
delia-
dilia-
gawa-
henia-
luitha-
muda-
nedia-
pathra-
puia-
rhib-
thia-
tol-
tolla-
yr-

    Translate these sentences into Sindarin.

  1. Having avenged her lover, the queen ran to a wilderness and hid in there for many years.
  2. The monstrous wizard enchanted the wilderness as though howling like a wolf.
  3. My husband is coming home, having fetched the horses.
  4. Translate these sentences into English.

  5. I phin hin be-chened yrir cíniel.
  6. Pethriel i galph lîn, dilio i ‘as.
  7. I velethril luithannen uiur dúliel.