Quenya Namelists

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Suffix List

Feminine Suffixes

  • -e: ‘Female’ It can be combined with adjectives, verbs, and nouns. It makes whatever is attached to it a feminine name. When it is attached to verbs, it makes it a female is the ‘doer’ of the action.
  • -ie: ‘Female’ It can be combined with adjectives and nouns. It makes whatever is attached to it a feminine name.
  • -inde: ‘Female Doer’ It can be combined with verbs and nouns. When it is attached to nouns, it means that ‘female doer’ uses that noun in whatever activity is associated with it. When it is attached to verbs, it means a female is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -isse: ‘Female Doer’ It can be combined with verbs and nouns. When it is attached to nouns, it means that ‘female doer’ uses that noun in whatever activity is associated with it. When it is attached to verbs, it means a female is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -lle: ‘Female Doer’ It can be combined with verbs. When it is attached to verbs, it means a female is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -me: ‘Female Doer’ It can be combined with verbs and nouns. When it is attached to nouns, it means that ‘female doer’ uses that noun in whatever activity is associated with it. When it is attached to verbs, it means a female is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -re: ‘Female Doer’ It can be combined with verbs. When it is attached to verbs, it means a female is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -ien: ‘Female, She of…’ It can be combined with adjectives and nouns. It makes whatever is attached to it a feminine name. In Sindarin it tends to be a Father Name suffix as well.
  • -iel: ‘Daughter, Daughter of…’ It can be combined with adjectives, nouns, and other suffixes. It’s the more commonly used suffix in Elven father names.
  • -riel: ‘Daughter of ___ Doer’
  • wende/vende: ‘Girl, Maiden’ It can be attached to adjectives and nouns, making a compound, unlike the previous suffixes, which obey Quenya’s suffix rules.
  • nísse: ‘Female, Woman’ It can be attached to adjectives and nouns, making a compound. Its meaning can refer to an adult or child, depending on context.

Masculine Names

  • -o: ‘Masculine, Male Doer’ It can be combined with adjectives, verbs, and nouns. It makes whatever is attached to it a masculine name. When it is attached to verbs, it makes it a male is the ‘doer’ of the action.
  • -on: ‘Masculine’ It can be combined with adjectives and nouns. It makes whatever is attached to it a masculine name.
  • -no: ‘Masculine, Male Doer’ It can be combined with adjectives, verbs, and nouns. It makes whatever is attached to it a masculine name. When it is attached to verbs, it makes it a male is the ‘doer’ of the action.
  • -indo: ‘Male Doer’ It can be combined with verbs and nouns. When it is attached to nouns, it means that ‘male doer’ uses that noun in whatever activity is associated with it. When it is attached to verbs, it means a male is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -mo: ‘Male Doer’ It can be combined with verbs and nouns. When it is attached to nouns, it means that ‘male doer’ uses that noun in whatever activity is associated with it. When it is attached to verbs, it means a male is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -ro: ‘Male Doer’ It can be combined with verbs. When it is attached to verbs, it means a male is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • -ion: ‘Son, Son of…’ It can be combined with adjectives, nouns, and other suffixes. It’s the more commonly used suffix in Elven father names.
  • -rion: ‘Son of ___ Doer’
  • nér: ‘Male, Man’ It can be attached to adjectives and nouns, making a compound. Its meaning can refer to an adult or child, depending on context.

Gender-Neutral Names

  • -we: ‘Being, Person’ It can be combined with root nouns only.
  • -r: ‘Doer’ It can be combined with verbs. It means that a person is the ‘doer’ of the verb.
  • quen: ‘Person’ It can be attached to adjectives and nouns, making a compound.