Old ElvishEdit



Translation and Etymology Edit

Atar, "house", is thought to have derived from the Ancient Elvish atua for "that which shelters", from a, "something that is built", and toa, "that which gives shelter".


Atar (Regular)

  1. (Countable)
Singular Plural Notes
Nominative atar atarê
Genitive ataram atarêm
Accusative ataras atarês
Locative ataret atarât
Adessive ēdatar ēdatarê
Apudessive ëdatar ëdatarês
Inessive ënatar ënatarêt
Intrative ēnatar ēnatarât The singular means "between 2 houses"; the plural means "between 3 or more houses"
Subessive ēsatar ēsatarë
Superessive ēratar ēratarëm
Elative ēmatar ēmatarï
Allative ētatar ētatarït
Illative ēpatar ēpatarïm
Perlative ādatar ādatarïs
Prosecutive ädatar ädatarïm
Contrative ïdatar ïdatarô against the house, against the houses
Conative ūsatar ūsatarôt with the house, with the houses
Inconative ödatar ödatarôn without the house (houseless), without the houses
Antitive āsatar āsatarôs in front of the house, in front of the houses
Abilative ōdatar ōdataræ from the house, from the houses

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