Re: background (warning: LONG)
|From:||Dan Jones <feuchard@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 23, 2001, 17:01|
----- Original Message -----
From: John Cowan <jcowan@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2001 4:23 PM
Subject: Re: background (warning: LONG)
> Barry Garcia wrote:
> > I have nothing constructive to say about your post (good one, by theway),
> > but i wanted to say that "araw" means sun, or day in Tagalog (i found it
> > interesting because it's the name of the star goddess in your language)
> It is also the Sindarin name of Orome, the Divine Huntsman
> in JRRT's mythology.
<g> really? I hadn't realised. Surprisingly enough, PQ arame, had it occured
in Dweinasen (Rhendrin's parent language) would have produced Araw. I've
always liked the name, so I thought I'd thieve it.
I didn't know about it meaning "sun" in Tagalog. How is it pronounced? I
would guess /a 'rau/. "Ondra" is Rhendrin for "day", BTW.
E souvein-te della veritát que se ja dissó,
And remember the truth that once was spoken,
Amer un autre es veder le visaic de Deu.
To love anonther person is to see the face of god.