IF

qui (in some texts cé or ce, but the latter form Tolkien defined as “may be” elsewhere); IF ANYBODY aiquen (whoever). IF IT BE SO cenasit, cenasit (may be, perhaps), IF IT BE THAT cenai (but this word probably presupposes cé, ce rather than qui, as the word for “if”). –VT49:19, PE14:59, WJ:372

Quettaparma Quenyallo (English-Quenya). 2014.

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