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Sarati

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Man-ie, atto?

Atarinya tye-meláne.

A yonya inye tye-méla.
What is it, father?

My father, I love thee.

And I too, my son, I love thee.

Commentary
These few pieces of Qenya appear in the Númenorean part of Tolkien’s unfinished novel The Lost Road, pp. 59, 61 et 63, each time with their meaning immediately following.

The text is transcribed in sarati or “letters of Rúmil”, written vertically from top to bottom and from left to right. The signs are used according to Tolkien’s valuation for Quenya. We made use of Måns Björkman’s typeface Sarati Eldamar.

References
Tolkien, John Ronald Reuel. The Lost Road and other writings: Language and Legend before The Lord of the Rings. Edited by Christopher Tolkien. London: HarperCollins, 1993. 455 p. (The History of Middle-earth; V). ISBN 0-261-10225-7.

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