laiqua

"q" adj. "green" LÁYAK, LT1:267, MC:214, "Qenya" pl. laiquali "q" MC:216. Occurs in the phrase laiqua'ondoisen "q" "green-rocks-upon" MC:221; this is "Qenya", Laiqualassë "q" masc. name "Legolas" Greenleaf LT1:267. Used as noun in the phrase mi laiqua of somebody clad “in green” PE17:71. In later material, the word for "green" appears as laica, and the cognate of Legolas is said to be Laicolassë, q.v. PE17:56

Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English). 2014.

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