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Common Phrases

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Greetings

Mae govannen

Well met

 

Suilaid

Greetings

 

Gîl síla na lû govaded

A star shines on the time of our meeting

 

Im gelir ceni ad lín

I am happy to see you again

 

Le suilon

I greet thee

 


Farewells 

Namárië

Farewell

 

Navaer

Farewell

 

Cuio vae!

Fare well!

 

Belain na le

The Valar be with you

 

Calo anor na ven

May the sun shine on your road

 

Garo arad vaer

Have a good day

 

Noro go hûl, bado go Eru

Run with the wind, go with God

 

Ná Elbereth veria le, ná elenath dín síla erin rád o chuil lín.

May Elbereth protect you, may her stars shine on the path of your life.

 

I Melain berio le

May the Valar keep you

 

No galu govad gen

May blessings go with you

 

No in elenath hîlar nan hâd gîn

May all stars shine upon your path


Insults

 

Nostach be Orch gaer

You smell like ten orcs

 

Garich i dhôl goll o Orch

You have the hollow head of an orc 

 

Lasto lalaith nîn

Hear/listen to my laughter

 

Rhachon le!

I curse you!

 

Dôl lost lîn

Your head is empty

 

Nai Ungoliant meditha le

May Ungoliant devour you

 

Labo vi Orodruin

Go jump in Mount Doom

 

Ti tállbe Orch

Go kiss an orc

 


Questions

Pedich Edhellen?

Do you speak Elvish?

 

Iston le?

Do I know you?

 

Heniach nin?

Do you understand me?

 

Man eneth lín?

What is your name?

 

O man dôr túliel le? 

From what land do you come? 

 

Man carel le?

What are you doing? 

 

Man anírach cerin an le? 

What can I do for you? 

 

Le no an-uir nîn?

Will you be mine forever?

 

Aníral toled na gar nîn?

Do you want to come to my house? 

 

Aníral maded?

Do you want to eat?

 

Aníral sogad?

Do you want to drink?

 

Sen tîr?

Is this true?

 

Man tolthant i 'waew?

How is the weather?

 

Man sad Imladris?

Where is Rivendell?

 

Man râd na Imladris?

Which way to Rivendell?

 

Man ceril? 

What do you do? 

 

Man lû nostor lîn?

When is your birthday? (lit. "What time is your birthday?")  

 

Le gwennen?

Are you married?

 

Man sâd telil?

Where are you from?

 

Man lû vin achenitham?

When will we see each other again?  

 

Man mathach? 

How do you feel? 

 

Manen orchal le?

How tall are you?

 


 

Commands

 


Others 

 

Ai!

Ah!

 

Le melon

I love you

 

Mae

Yes [lit. "well"]

 

Baw

No [denying intentions]

 

Law

No [denying facts]

 

Aur Onnad Meren!

Happy Birthday!

 

Garo arad-o-onnad 'elir!

Have a happy birthday!

 

--- eneth nîn

My name is [your name here]

 

Im

--- I'm [your name here]

 

Estannen ---

I'm called [your name here]

 

Nin estar ---

They call me [your name here]

 

Tiro na i ninniach vanui

Look at the beautiful rainbow

 

I Anor hílol

The sun is shining

 

Hû nîn mant han

My dog ate it

 

Aníron gwanna

I wish I could leave

 

Ae anírach

If you wish

 

Rhaich!

Curses!

 

Im ruthui!

I am angry!

 

Gelir na thaed 

Happy to help

 

Edro gûr lín

Open your heart

 

Melin ceni hin lîn síla i 'eladhach

I love to see your eyes shine when you laugh

 

Im gelir an le

I am happy for you

 

Hebin anim

I keep it for myself

 

Glassen

My pleasure

 

Im harnannen!

I'm wounded!

 

Gurth 'ni yrch!

Death to the orcs!

 

Telin o Imladris 

I come from Rivendell

 

Nostor nî ned

--- My birthday is on ---

 

Gwedhithon na

--- I'm engaged to ---

 

Im gwennen na

--- I'm married to ---

 

Im maer

I'm well.

 

Aníron gladhad

I want to laugh

 

Im gruitheb na

--- I'm angry at --- (lit. "I feel angry toward ---")

 

Im lhaew

I'm ill

 

No ce ammaer ab lû thent

May you be better soon

 

Im gosta

I'm afraid

 

Hain ú-'rogon

I do not fear them

 

Linnon am meleth vîn

I sing because I love you (lit. "I sing for our love")

 

Sa farn palan

This is far enough

 

Pelin pedi i lam edhellen

I can speak the Elvish language

 

Isusarad 'elir

Merry Christmas

 

Idhrin-eden 'elir

Happy New Year

 

Goheno nin

Forgive me

 

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