English - Greetings

A star shall shine on the hour of our meeting
Good (day/morning/afternoon/evening)
Greetings (everyone)
It has been too long
My heart sings to see thee
Pleasure meeting you
Well met

Elvish - Greetings

Elen sila lumenn omentilmo
'Quel (re/amrun/andune/undome)
Vedui' (il'er)
Nae saian luume'
Cormamin lindua ele lle
Saesa omentien lle
Mae govannen

English - Farewells

Fair winds
Good (day/afternoon/evening/night)
Good hunting
May the leaves of your life tree never turn brown
May the wind fill your sails
May thy paths be green and the breeze on thy back
May your ways be green and golden
My heart shall weep until it sees thee again
Rest well
Sleep well
Sweet water and light laughter till next we meet
Until later (then)
Until next we meet
Until then
Until tomorrow (then)

Elvish - Farewells

Vanya sulie
Quel (re/andune/lome/du)
Quel fara
Aa' lasser en lle coia orn n' omenta gurtha
Aa' i'sul nora lanne'lle
Aa' menle nauva calen ar' ta hwesta e' ale'quenle
Aa' menealle nauva calen ar' malta
Cormamin niuve tenna' ta elea lle au'
Quel esta
Quel kaima
Lissenen ar' maska'lalaith tenna' lye omentuva
Tenna' telwan (san')
Tenna' ento lye omenta
Tenna' san'
Tenna' tul're (san')

English - Compliments

Ever is thy sight a joy
You are a mighty warrior
You are a skillful bowman
You are beautiful
You did well
You look good
Your beauty shines bright
Your heart is that of the lion

Elvish - Compliments

Oio naa elealla alasse'
Lle naa belegohtar
Lle naa curucuar
Lle naa vanima
Lle ume quel
Lle maa quel
Vanimle sila tiri
Cormlle naa tanya tel'raa

English - Questions

Are you finished?
Are you joking?
Are you ready?
Care for (a drink/some food)?
Do you feel well?
Do you need a drink of water?
Do you need help?
Do you speak elvish?
Do you want to dance?
How are you (doing) (today)?
What's your name?
What are you doing?
What happened?

Elvish - Questions

Lle tela?
Lle lakwenien?
Lle desiel?
Malia ten' (yulna/vasa)?
Lle tyava quel?
Lle anta yulna en alu?
Lle anta amin tu?
Lle quena i'lambe tel' Eldalie?
Lle merna salk?
Sut naa lle (umien) (sina re)?
Mani naa essa en lle?
Mani naa lle umien?
Mani marte?


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