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'''Ae Adar Nín''' (Pater noster in [[Sindarin]]) is [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s Sindarin translation of most of the Lord's Prayer. He left the last two lines untranslated, but his notes show that he intended to use ''[[úthaes]]'' as the word for "temptation" (cognate with [[Quenya|Q.]] ''úsahtië''). The poem can be read in [[Vinyar Tengwar|''Vinyar Tengwar'', no. 44]] on pages 21-30.
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[[Image:J.R.R. Tolkien - Ae Adar Nin.png|thumb|Tolkien's notes on ''Ae Adar Nín'']]
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'''Ae Adar Nín''' ("Pater noster" in [[Sindarin]]) is [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s Sindarin translation of most of the [[Wikipedia:Lord's Prayer|Lord's Prayer]]. He left the last two lines untranslated, but his notes show that he intended to use ''[[úthaes]]'' as the word for "temptation" (cognate with [[Quenya|Q.]] ''úsahtië''). The poem can be read in [[Vinyar Tengwar 44|''Vinyar Tengwar'', no. 44]] on pages 21-30.
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Tolkien's notes on the poem, written on the back of a postcard, are reproduced on the cover of [[Tolkien Studies: Volume 4|''Tolkien Studies'': Volume 4]].<ref name=TB>{{webcite|author=|articleurl=http://www.tolkienbooks.net/php/details.php?reference=13570|articlename=Tolkien Studies IV. 2007|dated=|website=TB|accessed=1 January 2012}}</ref>
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==See also==
 
==See also==
* [[Poems by J.R.R. Tolkien]]
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* [[Index:Poems by J.R.R. Tolkien|Poems by J.R.R. Tolkien]]
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [http://www.elvish.org/gwaith/andries/andries_adarnin.jpg Image of the poem in calligraphy]
 
* [http://www.elvish.org/gwaith/andries/andries_adarnin.jpg Image of the poem in calligraphy]
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[[Category:Poems by J.R.R. Tolkien]]
 
[[Category:Poems by J.R.R. Tolkien]]

Revision as of 01:05, 2 January 2012

Tolkien's notes on Ae Adar Nín

Ae Adar Nín ("Pater noster" in Sindarin) is J.R.R. Tolkien's Sindarin translation of most of the Lord's Prayer. He left the last two lines untranslated, but his notes show that he intended to use úthaes as the word for "temptation" (cognate with Q. úsahtië). The poem can be read in Vinyar Tengwar, no. 44 on pages 21-30.

Tolkien's notes on the poem, written on the back of a postcard, are reproduced on the cover of Tolkien Studies: Volume 4.[1]

See also

External links

References

  1. "Tolkien Studies IV. 2007" , TolkienBooks.net (accessed 1 January 2012)