se

1 pron. "he, she, it" also object "him, her, it", 3rd person sg. Used “of living things including plants” VT49:37; the corresponding inaimate pronoun is sa. The pronoun comes directly from se as the original stem-form VT49:50. Stressed form sé, VT49:51, attested in object position in melin sé “I love him” VT49:21. Ósë *"with him/her", VT43:29; see ó-. Long dative/allative sena “to/for him” or“at him”, VT49:14, allative senna *“to him/her” VT49:45, 46. Compare the reflexive pronoun insë *"himself, herself". 2, also long sé, preposition "at, in" VT43:30; compare the "locative prefix" se- possibly occurring in an early "Qenya" text, VT27:25

Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English). 2014.

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