Re: CHAT: I'm back!
|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Monday, January 21, 2002, 7:16|
Michael Proxon wrote:
>In The Silmarillion Appendix, entry gûl:
>"...this word was derived from the same ancient stem ngol- that appears in
>Presumably the phoneme represented here by ng is the final sound in "sing"
>the IPA symbol being the "n with a tail"(i.e., one sound, not two as in
> > Where do you find Black Speech _guul_ "magic" from?
I'm quite positive that this entry refers to the Sindarin word "gu^l", not
to the Black Speech one.
In any case, that intial ng- stands stands for [Ng] like in "finger" - in
the Etymologies it's written with "N-tilde G O L".
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