Kristan Cannon (miiro) wrote in high_elven,
Kristan Cannon

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Desperately seeking one word

Well met,

I am trying to find a word in Quenya but can't seem to find it. I'm beginning to think it doesn't exist. The verb is "To Arrive". I have found "to come" so far, but nothing to denote actual arrival anywhere.

I haven't given up the search and I am still going through the sources I have, but if anyone can point me in the right direction, please do.

Thank you in advance.
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In my opinion, _tul-_ "to come" could easily cover "to arrive" in some senses; e.g., the gerund and past participle, "coming" for "arrival" and "has come" for "has arrived". However, the prefix _ana-_ "to, toward" could be used to create a stem _anatul-_ "to come to", which is closer to "arrive".

Thank you! Forgive the lateness in the reply.
Hello. I'm from Russia and my dictionary is russian-quenya. Therefore i don't know is it true meanin'... But i've found "arrival"(my translate from russian) - tulesse. And so, I concured with yll. I suppose, initial form must be "tul-" or tule.

P.S. Sorry for my english, i have no a lot practice to perfect language =)
That does help, thank you.

And you are doing very well with your English, better than some native English speakers I know, actually...

Russian is a language I have always wanted to learn.
If you really do, i can help in your begining -)