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:It's been used by Tolkien in a manuscript concerning the legendarium ([[Vinyar Tengwar 42|VT:42]]), so it's "canon". For page references, see [http://www.tolkienindex.net/index/Pre-N%C3%BAmen%C3%B3rean here].--[[User:Morgan|Morgan]] 22:54, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
 
:It's been used by Tolkien in a manuscript concerning the legendarium ([[Vinyar Tengwar 42|VT:42]]), so it's "canon". For page references, see [http://www.tolkienindex.net/index/Pre-N%C3%BAmen%C3%B3rean here].--[[User:Morgan|Morgan]] 22:54, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
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::On a second thought, one might argue that Tolkien only uses the term for the ''language'' (pre-Númenórean). Until we have other evidence, it might be good to place the template "Unnamed" on the article (I'll do it now).--[[User:Morgan|Morgan]] 22:59, 5 October 2013 (UTC)

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Is this term found somewhere in canon material, or is it a construction strictly for this article? I'm not familiar with it. Corsair Caruso 21:49, 5 October 2013 (UTC)

It's been used by Tolkien in a manuscript concerning the legendarium (VT:42), so it's "canon". For page references, see here.--Morgan 22:54, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
On a second thought, one might argue that Tolkien only uses the term for the language (pre-Númenórean). Until we have other evidence, it might be good to place the template "Unnamed" on the article (I'll do it now).--Morgan 22:59, 5 October 2013 (UTC)