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Mary in Elvish

Mary, your name is really cool! It’s an ancient name that has soared in popularity for thousands of years. It’s so old that we don’t exactly know its meaning. We have many, many possible meanings based on linguistic research. There are two main theories. First is that it’s an old

Elvish Poem: I Chiril os Salod

Original poem: The Lady of Shalott by Lord Alfred Tennyson. Translated into Sindarin by Fiona Jallings Painting by John William Waterhouse Part 1 Sindarin Literal English Original English Bo ath-rant dorthar breniel rídhien1 i-thair theriel, Hammar dawar, govenir ell2; A thrî rîdh i ven hiriel Am marad Camelod; Adh in

Elvish Poem: An Ada

This poem was written for a fanfic – a child extremely happy that his Ada (daddy) made it home safely from his adventure. To a Dad Edhil, glirib oh i mŷr verin, oh i ngellyr, ar oh i negyr. Law1 ‘lirib oh i chairdh atha maeth. Ladrengil2 i thavron ngolodhren3