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Old ElvishEdit

PronouncationEdit

ɑtiːə

EtymologyEdit

Comes from Ancient Elvish Atua, meaning "she, the mother goddess".

NounEdit

Atia (Highly Irregular)

  1. (Uncountable)
    Eng: The mother goddess of the elves.

Nominative

Atia
Genitive Atiu
Accusative Atiam
Locative Atie
Vocative Atiae The vocative is not found for any regular noun.
Adessive s'Atia
Apudessive m'Atia
Inessive m'Atiu
Intrative s'Atie
Subessive d'Atia
Superessive d'Atiam
Elative Atio
Allative Atei
Illative Ati
Perlative Atii When two "i"s are found together, they usually morph into one and take a macron.
Prosecutive Atiä
Contrative Atea against Atia
Conative Atïa with Atia
Inconative Atoä without Atia
Antitive Atya in front of Atia
Abilative Atua from Atia

Derived Words:

  • atar ( house, as it was thought Atia was the one who protected the elves from nature, enemies, and strife)

Derived Words:

  • Tea (the high priestess of Atia)

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