fuinë

fuinë
noun "deep shadow" PHUY; cf. "Qenya" fuin "night" in MC:221. According to VT41:8, fuinë is not a Quenya form at all, but Telerin for Quenya huinë but unquestionably, fuinë is quoted as a Quenya form in certain earlier sources; cf. also Fuinur below - perhaps we may assume that fuinë was borrowed into Quenya from Telerin and thus came to co-exist with huinë?

Quettaparma Quenyallo (Quenya-English). 2014.

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