Diacritical Marks

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by Varda-(Valar) 
Oct. 3, 2010

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Diacritical Marks

a ä á â
E e  ë É é ê    E e ë É é ê
I i í î   I i í î
O o Ó ó Ö ö Ô ô    Ó ó Ö ö Ô ô
U u Ú ú
û    U u ú û

Adûnaic
aimênu
Akallabêth
Alqualondë
Amon Rûdh
Amon Súl
Anadûnê
Anárion
Ancalimë / Tar-Ancalimë   queen
Annúminas
Ar-Pharazôn
Atalantë
Aulë
Avallónë
Amon Sûl
Barad-dûr
Branda-nîn
Bralda-hîm
Bundushathûr
Celebrían
Círdan
Cuiviénen
Dáin
Dúnedain
Dúnadan

Eärendil
Eärnil
Eärnur
êl (means "star")
Elentári
Eöl
Éomer
Eönwë
Éothéod
Éowyn
Eressëa
Estë
F
ëanor
Fíriel (three different people: the Númenórean, wife of Finwë, and Lúthien)
Henneth Annûn
Ilúvatar
Ilmarë
Kement
ári
Khazâd
Khazad-dûm
Kheled-zâram
Kibil-nâla
Lórien
Lothlórien
Lúthien
Manwë
Míriel, Tar-Míriel
Móru
Náin
Nazgûl
Nielíqui
Nornoró
Númenor. Full Quenya is Númen(n)órë or Númenórë. Adûnaic form is Anadûnê. Westron form is Westernesse. Numenor is more properly callee Numendor. After falling, it was called Akallabêth in Westron, Mar-nu-Falmar (no diacritical marks) or Atalantë in Quenyan; the last form gives the modern Atlantis.
Númenoren is the Westronized form from Quenyan Númenórë and is used in RotK with no mark over the o.
N
úmenórean with the marked ó has Quenya influence and is used in the Silmarillion.
Oiolossë
Olórin
Ómar
Ónen
Oromë
Ossë
palantír diacritcal only on the singular in LotR index in error since the mark is in the text; both in Sil index. (LotR Appendix no cap but is italicized, called Seeing Stones most places; a particular one is Orthanc-stone), (UT italicized)
palantíri diacritical in Sil index as it is here, but not LotR index an error since the mark is in the text. (LotR Appendix no cap but is italicized). Palantíri (Sil capitalized but not italicized, both singular and plural has mark), (UT italicized)
Pelóri
Ringló Vale
Rómendacil
Rómenna
Rúmil
Silmariën
Sméagol
Súlimo
Symbelmynë
Tar-Ancalimë / Ancalimë    queen
Thráin
Thrór
Tinúviel
Túna
Túrin Turambar
Udûn  (no diacritials on Utumno)
Úmanyar
undómë  (
ë is in the RotK appendix text, but not in the RotK index)
Undómiel
Úrion
Vairë
Valar
óma
Vána
vanimálion

Capitalizations:
Elf, Elves capitalized in the Return of the Kin and the Silmarillion as a race.
Hobbit, Hobbits capitalized in the Rotk as a race.
Man, Men capitalized in the RotK and Sil as a race.
Orc, Orcs capitalized in the Rotk and Sil as a race.
Silmaril is capitalized in the Rotk, Sil; Silmarils in the Sil.

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