Image[ edit ] I found 17 seperate errors in the image, probably because it was transliterated by the computer it's like Babelfish with letters.
Should I do another one with the fonts, or a hand-written example? If you want to take a try at it, please do! I have also made some changes to the transcription, some of which are rather arbitrary like the spelling of equaland some which I think are more correct free. However, I am by no tengwar writing a cover experienced with transcribing English into Tengwar, so please check for errors.
Your variants of free and The dot should be placed below the w. I chose the acute since the e is not silent in these words like it is in herein, hope, some.
I was under the impression that the dot below the tengwa is used in the phonemic modes to represent schwa, but not so in the orthographic mode, which is used in this image.
To use the acute thus seems to me as the right decision.
Which are these manuscripts written by dwarves that you mentioned? As it turns out, since I have just now created an account, I am not yet entrusted to replace pictures not even those I myself uploaded to begin with. I will replace it when I gain this right, supposedly in a couple of days.
However, I retain my transcription of other and brother The English language allows syllables not to have any vowel, but only a consonant. Other samples are middle, sudden, rhythm—the latter even written without the e.
The supposedly dwarvish manuscripts I referred to were DTS 13 and 14whereas the non-dwarvish manuscripts where words such as brother, other are rather written with a dot below are DTS 10, 45, 48, One uses the romen while the other ore.
Tengwar Textbook is one reference; found at http: Status quo, then, I guess. What you mention are certainly no primary sources but secondary transcripts.
They may have errors and I thought they had. And anyway, the Mellonath Daeron index is more complete.
The Tengwar are just a set of signs that you can assign any values to like to. With Latin orthographies, most letters have sounds similar to those used in Latin. Morwen - Talk Latin-based orthographies vary widely: Trying to read one as another out loud results in gibberish.
The variability of the Latin alphabet is, other than the variability of the tengwar, highly arbitrary, depending only on the history of the different languages. What do you think, Morwen?
The older Eldarin modes classical Quenya and Beleriandic Sindarin use e. This is comparable to the use of t, d, n for dentals in French but for alveolars in English. Unlike the Latin, Greek whatever alphabets, where sound values have ended up associated with random letterforms, Tengwar presents a grid of symbols that can be used in any manner the user sees fit.
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It was designed by Feanor Tolkien as a systematic system. The difference between say, Beleriandic Sindarin and Quenya modes are pretty huge in my book. In particular, I draw your attention to the nasals. Quenya has voiced nasals on row 5, Sindarin has them on row 6!
It is patent nonsense to say the modes bear strong resemblance to Latin as you were doing. I was attempting to illustrate its special features and note its inherent differentness in comparison.
Frankly, the comparison to Latin does not clarify anything about the Tengwar. Consider the letter x: But there might be a note on the difference to the Latin alphabet on the third paragraph, I think.Feb 21, · Writing Elvish - Part 7 WH, L, LD, Z Please Like and Subscribe!
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