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'''Elf-fathers''' were the three male [[Elves]] who awoke at [[Cuiviénen]] and then formed the Three Clans. [[Imin]], [[Tata]], and [[Enel]] were their names which translate to "One", "Two", and "Three" respectively. Their followers were thus named [[Minyar]] (Firsts), [[Tatyar]] (Seconds), and [[Nelyar]] (Thirds).
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'''Elf-fathers''' were the three male [[Elves]] who [[Awakening of the Elves|awoke]] at [[Cuiviénen]] and then formed the Three Clans. [[Imin]], [[Tata]], and [[Enel]] were their names which translate to "One", "Two", and "Three" respectively. Their followers were thus named [[Minyar]] (Firsts), [[Tatyar]] (Seconds), and [[Nelyar]] (Thirds).
  
 
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Elf-fathers were the three male Elves who awoke at Cuiviénen and then formed the Three Clans. Imin, Tata, and Enel were their names which translate to "One", "Two", and "Three" respectively. Their followers were thus named Minyar (Firsts), Tatyar (Seconds), and Nelyar (Thirds).