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This dialect of Sindarin was spoken by the Gondorians. It has many grammatical and pronunciation differences from the other dialects, because Sindarin is spoken as a second language there.

Mae govannen

English: Well met Literal Translation: You are well met (informal) Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Cirth, used for Woodelven and Doriathren Sindarin: 6& Rð4cdb, Tengwar the Mode of Beleriand, used for Exilic Sindarin: y]l shr]5l6 Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech:

Dandúledh?

English: Y’all again? Literal Translation: [pl] You returned? Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Cirth, used for Woodelven and Doriathren Sindarin: 9cdkab! Tengwar the Mode of Beleriand, used for Exilic Sindarin: 2]2{.Fjl4À Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: 22P#~Mj4$À Pronunciation Guides Language(s):

Dandúlel?

English: You again? Literal Translation: You returned? (formal) Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Cirth, used for Woodelven and Doriathren Sindarin: 9cdkaba Tengwar the Mode of Beleriand, used for Exilic Sindarin: 2]2{.FjljÀ Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya, Gondorian-Sindarin, Adúnaic, and Black Speech: 22P#~Mjj$À Pronunciation Guides Language(s):

Gwannas lû and

English: It has been too long Literal Translation: a long time has passed Guide for Adding Punctuation to the Tengwar and Cirth Cirth, used for Woodelven and Doriathren Sindarin: ácdc% ak cd Tengwar the Mode of Beleriand, used for Exilic Sindarin: x]5]8 j.F ]2{ Tengwar with vowel-tehtar, used for Quenya,