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Yénonótië

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The '''''Yénonótië''''' was a great work by the [[Lambengolmor|Loremaster]] [[Quennar]] in which he explained the chronology of the [[Valar]]. It included discussions on the lengths of [[Valian year|Valian years]], the Ages of the Valar, and the [[Years of the Sun]]. Some of the material in the ''Yénonótië'' was later quoted by [[Pengolodh]] in his enlargement of the ''[[Annals of Aman]]''.
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The '''''Yénonótië''''' was a great work by the [[Lambengolmor|Loremaster]] [[Quennar]] in which he explained the chronology of the [[Valar]]. It included discussions on the lengths of [[Valian year|Valian years]], the Ages of the Valar, and the [[Years of the Sun]]. Some of the material in the ''Yénonótië'' was later quoted by [[Pengolodh]] in his enlargement of the ''[[The Annals of Aman|Annals of Aman]]''.
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
''Yénonótië'' means "Reckoning of Years" in [[Quenya]] (from the words ''[[yén]]'' '[[Valian year|long year]]' and ''[[onótië]]'', 'reckoning').
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''Yénonótië'' means "Reckoning of Years" in [[Quenya]] (from the words ''[[yén]]'' '[[Valian year|long year]]' and ''onótië'', 'reckoning').
 
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==Inflection==
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Latest revision as of 13:50, 4 November 2011

The Yénonótië was a great work by the Loremaster Quennar in which he explained the chronology of the Valar. It included discussions on the lengths of Valian years, the Ages of the Valar, and the Years of the Sun. Some of the material in the Yénonótië was later quoted by Pengolodh in his enlargement of the Annals of Aman.

[edit] Etymology

Yénonótië means "Reckoning of Years" in Quenya (from the words yén 'long year' and onótië, 'reckoning').