Gondorian Quenya Praise and Friendly Phrases

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A list of praises and friendly polite things to say.

English Translation
little mother (informal) amilince View
little father (informal) atarince View
little child (informal) hence View
little lord/lady (informal) hérince View
beloved king (formal) melda aran View
beloved princess (formal) melda aranel View
beloved prince (formal) melda condo View
beloved lady (formal) melda heri View
beloved lord (formal) melda heru View
beloved queen (formal) melda tári View
little man (informal) nerce View
my kindsman (informal) tyenya View
little girl (informal) venci View
little one (informal) vinime View
little one (informal) vinimo View
Heal yourself soon A envinyataxe View
Praise him/her! A laita se! View
Praise them! A laita te! View
Praise those two! A laita tet! View
Have hope/trust in me A sam’ estel nisse View
It is my pleasure Alassenya nás View
It was my pleasure Alassenya nés View
Forgive her/him Áse apsene View
Your hair is pretty (formal) Findelya vanima ná View
I thank you (formal) Hantanyel View
I thank you from my heart (formal) Hantanyel órenyallo View
I thank you (informal) Hantanyet View
I thank you from my heart (informal) Hantanyet órenyallo View
I shall treasure your gift in my heart (formal) Haryuvan annalya órenyasse View
I shall treasure your gift in my heart (informal) Haryuvan annatya órenyasse View
I am yours to command (formal) Lavuvanyel ni-turien View
I am yours to command (informal) Lavuvanyet ni-turien View
Are you well? (formal) Ma alwa nál? View
Are you well? (informal) Ma alwa nát? View
You did well (formal) Mai acáriel View
You play the harp well (formal) Mai caril nandele View
You sing well (formal) Mai lindal View
You are with a friend (formal) Nál as nil View
You are with friends (formal) Nál as nildi View
You are a foe of my foe (formal) Nál cotto cottonyo View
You are a friend of my friend (formal) Nál nil nildenyo View
Your joy makes me joyous (formal) Nán alassea alasselyanen View
Your joy makes me joyous (informal) Nán alassea alassetyanen View
You are with a friend (informal) Nát as nil View
You are with friends (informal) Nát as nildi View
You are a foe of my foe (informal) Nát cotto cottonyo View
You are a friend of my friend (informal) Nát nil nildenyo View
May we speak as friends now? Quetuvamme sí ve nildu? View
I agree with you (formal) Samil órenya tasse View
I agree with you (informal) Samit órenya tasse View
Ever is your sight a joy (formal) Tenn’ oio cendelelya alasse ná View
Forever you are my friend (formal) Tenn’oio nál nildenya View
Forever you are my friend (informal) Tenn’oio nát nildenya View
Your beauty shines far (formal) Vanesselya palan-síla View
When you sing, the stars themselves rejoice (formal) Yá lindal, eleni carir ello View

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