AN: Okay, so this is the Elvish Glossary. I hope you all enjoyed the story. I should have the sequel up shortly, but I'm only going to post the second installment on fanfic, if you want to read the final it's on my homepage, and there is no possible way I'm moving it over here. Anyway, thanks for taking time to read this, even if it's not the best story out there.
Dilthen min—little one
Mani na le umien—What are you doing?
Mellon nin—my friend
Hannon le—thank you
Melo nin—my love
Mani na essa en le? –What is your name?
Manke na le tuulo'? –Where are you from?
Ya na e dilthen min? –Who is the little one?
Mani na ta? –What is it?
Tolo si hun. –Come here child
Mani na roeg dilthen min? –What's wrong little one?
Amin hiraetha. –I'm sorry.
'Quel undome—Good evening
'Quel amrun—Good morning
Saesa omentien le.—Pleasure to meet you.
Khila amin.—Follow me
Le creoso—You're welcome
Hama sinome.—Have a seat
Le ume quel—You did well
Manke na Ammie?—Where is Ammie?
Manke na le—Where are you
Tenna' ento lye omenta—Until next we meet
Mellonea nin—my friends
Tampa tanya—Stop that
Noro lim—Ride on
Nae saian luume'—It has been too long
Amin meleth le—I love you
Havo dad—sit down
Hollen am—shut up
Boe a hyn, neled herain dan caer menig.—And they should be, three hundred against ten thousand.
Cormamin niuve tenna' ta elea le au'—My heart shall weep until it sees thee again
Lissenen ar' maska'lalaith tenna' lye omentuva—Sweet water and light laughter till next we meet.
Uuma dela—Don't worry
Le na bar—You are home.
Lye na bar—We're home
Aa' i'sul nora lanne'le—May the wind fill your sails
Aa' menle nauva calen ar' ta hwesta e' ale'quenle, hin nin.—May the paths be green and the breeze on thy back, my children.