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Aglardh, the Glorious Realm, home for discussion on Eldarin and other Tolkienian languages. Also compositions, translations etc.
A website of all the languages of Middle-earth, as well as a downloadable Quenya course, dictionaries, articles, translations with analyses.
Ardalambion's Quenya Wordlists
This is a page where you can find Quenya to English or English to Quenya wordlists. You can open them in a PDF, Word, or Open Office document.
Florian "Lothenon" Dombach's site which offers a Sindarin pronunciation guide and pronunciation of some texts in the corpus.
Downloadable Quenya Course
Ardalambion's classic course for learning Quenya in downloadable lessons with vocabulary lists and exercises.
The Elfling list exists to further the scholarly study of the languages invented by J.R.R. Tolkien. The list is not specifically limited to Elvish languages; discussion of other Tolkien-invented languages is encouraged.
List for scholarly discussion of JRR Tolkien's orthographies and scripts, such as Tengwar and Cirth.
Elvish Linguistic Fellowship
The Elvish Linguistic Fellowship (E.L.F.) is an international organization devoted to the scholarly study of the invented languages of J.R.R. Tolkien. Maintained by Carl Hostetter (Aelfwine).
A site with pronunciation of the known texts in Quenya, Sindarin, Noldorin, Khuzdûl, Qenya, Adûnaic, the Black Speech, Telerin, etc. Also featuring many clips of Tolkien himself pronouncing names from his legendarium!
"Fellowship of the Word-smiths"; a site for Tolkien's languages and scripts - also contains an account of all the linguistic details from the movies, from spoken Elvish (or Dwarvish, or Black Speech) to the soundtracks as well.
This site is home to one of the best Sindarin dictionaries around. The dictionary is free and comes in a variety of formats.
Lalaith's Middle-earth Science pages
Andreas Möhn's site has a wide variety of things of interest, but for the linguistic-minded, there's a guide to Adûnaic grammar and an attempt at reconstructing the etymologies to Mannish languages.
Patrick Wynne's small section of his site dealing with Tolkienian languages. Articles on the Goldogrin past tense, the possibly 'primitive' status of Goldogrin and Qenya, and Goldogrin pronouns.
Merin Essi ar Quenteli!
A Tolkien language site, with word lists, a naming section with helpful essays on Elvish naming traditions, and a fanfiction and beta-reading section. Extremely helpful if you enjoy renaming your friends in Elvish!
Nevrast: Elvish Dictionary
Online English to Elvish Dictionary, where you can also find some things on Grammar, and translated names.
The site for Parma Eldalamberon, a journal dealing with Tolkien's languages and scripts, which analyzes and publishes new information; edited by Christopher Gilson, Patrick H. Wynne, Arden R. Smith, and Bill Welden.
Roman Rausch's site dealing with Tolkienian languages, with particular interest for those who want to know more about Telerin.
Tolkien Language List
Home to the TolkLang list; the archive also has a bit of everything from Elvish to essays by Tolkien.
The site for the Elvish linguistic journal Vinyar Tengwar, which analyzes and publishes new information on Tolkien's languages.