noun "debt, trespass" úcaremmar "our debts, our trespasses", VT43:19. The related words \#úcar- “to sin” and \#úcarindo “sinner” would suggest that \#úcarë can also be translated “sin”. – One may question whether the simplex form is \#úcarë or just \#úcar + -e- as a mere connecting vowel before the pronominal ending in úcaremmar, but compare lacarë, hrúcarë.

Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English). 2014.

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