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The most common type of mother-name is the ''amilessë tercenyë'' ("mother-name of insight"), given to the child as his or her personality began to develop, some years after birth. The ''amilessë apacenyë'' ("mother-name of foresight") was a more rare occurrence, given to the child from a vision of his or her special fate that the mother received in the hour of birth.<ref>{{MR|P3II3a}}, p. 216</ref>
 
The most common type of mother-name is the ''amilessë tercenyë'' ("mother-name of insight"), given to the child as his or her personality began to develop, some years after birth. The ''amilessë apacenyë'' ("mother-name of foresight") was a more rare occurrence, given to the child from a vision of his or her special fate that the mother received in the hour of birth.<ref>{{MR|P3II3a}}, p. 216</ref>
  
For example ''Fëanáro'' ("Spirit of Fire") was the amilessë of [[Fëanor]].<ref>{{PM|Shibboleth}}, ''The case of the Quenya change of þ to s'', p. 333</ref> Other examples of amilessi include: [[Aracáno]] ("high chieftain"), [[Curufin|Atarince]] ("little father"), [[Tyelcormo]] ("hasty-riser").<ref name="names"/>
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For example ''Fëanáro'' ("Spirit of Fire") was the amilessë of [[Fëanor]].<ref>{{PM|Shibboleth}}, ''The case of the Quenya change of þ to s'', p. 333</ref> Other names were [[Aracáno]] ("high chieftain"), [[Curufin|Atarince]] ("little father"), [[Tyelcormo]] ("hasty-riser").<ref name="names"/>
  
 
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