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Ea (verb)

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'''ea''' is a [[Quenya]] verb meaning "to exist".
 
'''ea''' is a [[Quenya]] verb meaning "to exist".
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The word is said to be spoken by [[Eru]]. It is not known if the word comes from Him, or if it is mentioned symbolically. A possible [[PQ]] form could have been *''eg-â''
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The word is said to be spoken by [[Ilúvatar|Eru]]. It is not known if the word comes from Him, or if it is mentioned symbolically. A possible [[PQ]] form could have been *''eg-â''
  
 
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*''[[ëalar|eala]]'' "being" (present participle)
 
*''[[ëalar|eala]]'' "being" (present participle)
 
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ea is a Quenya verb meaning "to exist".

Etymology

The word is said to be spoken by Eru. It is not known if the word comes from Him, or if it is mentioned symbolically. A possible PQ form could have been *eg-â

Other forms

  • ea "let it be" (imperative), the word which gave name to the universe[1]
  • euva "will be" (future)[2]
  • enge "existed" (past)[3]
  • éye/engie "had been" (perfect)
  • eala "being" (present participle)

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, The Ainulindalë
  2. Vinyar Tengwar, Number 49, June 2007, p. 29
  3. Vinyar Tengwar, Number 43, January 2002