The mode used for writing High-elven (Quenya) is described in several places. We could look at Daniel Smith's documentation for his fonts, or read Per Lindberg's Quenya Tengwainen available at Tengwar Guides. After we have an understanding of how Quenya is written, it is time to open a document that describes the key mapping.
Because all that is actually possible - well, kind of, and that's why I am asking the question. Because all these things require a kind of final form of Elvish, they assume that Tolkien at some point finished Sindarin or Quenya and that this finished language can then be used. But that is not how Tolkien ever thought about the languages.
You would put it above a vertical line (which i like to call a filler) in strict elvish. Or, since elvish is a language that really has no rules, you can (this will probably not work in your case) put them BOTH over the previous consonant.
Oct 28, 2014 - How to Write in Elvish. The languages developed by J.R.R. Tolkien and featured in The Lord of the Rings series have come to be studied and used in various capacities by many ardent fans. Though a few of Tolkien's various Elvish dialects.
In this handbook we will focus on the Tengwar writing system itself. You can find elsewhere information about the grammar and vocabulary of Sindarin, Quenya and other Elvish languages. Modes. A mode of Tengwar is a set of conventions used to transcribe a specific language. There are modes for Quenya, Sindarin, English and many other languages.
How do you write in Elvish as found in 'The Lord of the Rings'? I myself over the years have learned it. All you need to do is look up elvish writing and then find the phrase you want then write it.
Elvish is a fictional language originally created by J. R. R. Tolkien, author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. There are two major Elvish dialects—Quenya and Sindarin—and you'll have to figure out which one you want to learn before you begin. Either way, learning Elvish can be a challenging process, but it can also be fun and rewarding.
Introduction. Quenya was the mother-tongue of Feanor, and one of the first languages to receive written form in Tengwar. We do not know in detail, however, how Quenya was represented with Tengwar in the beginning, since most of our information about this mode of writing derives from the late Third Age of the sun, or the beginning of the Fourth (the time of the Red Book).
This name generator will give you 5 random names in Quenya fit for the Lord of the Rings universe. Quenya is an elven language from which Sindarin was later derived. Sindarin is like a simplified form of Quenya, and as such has survived longer throughout time, but Quenyan names are still common among elves and men alike.
Elvish writing looks beautiful and mysterious, but does it really have to be impossible to understand? Why doesn't somebody just spell out the alphabet so you can simply substitute the letters and get straight to the result? That's exactly what I've done here. Learn to write your name in Elvish in ten minutes. Here's the alphabet. That's it.