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'''Eldamo''' ('''''El'''vish '''Da'''ta '''Mo'''del''), or '''An Elvish Lexicon''', is a linguistic website launched in [[2008]], compiling a lexicon of Tolkien's invented [[languages]]. The website is maintained by Paul Strack and despite its name does include all of Tolkiens languages and not only the [[Eldarin]] family.
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'''Eldamo''' ('''''El'''vish '''Da'''ta '''Mo'''del''), or '''An Elvish Lexicon''', is a linguistic website launched in [[2008]], compiling a lexicon of Tolkien's invented [[languages]]. The website is maintained by Paul Strack and, despite its name, does include all of Tolkien's languages, not only the [[Eldarin]] family.
  
The website does not only work as a dictionary, but as a full lexicon that analyzes the relationships between words and the conceptual development of Tolkien's languages through his lifetime. Therefore the invented languages are divided by three periods: Early (1910-1930), Middle (1930-1950) and Late (1950-1973). The entries are extensivly sourced.  
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The website does not only work as a dictionary, but as a full lexicon that analyzes the relationships between words and the conceptual development of Tolkien's languages through his lifetime. Therefore the invented languages are divided by three periods: Early (1910-1930), Middle (1930-1950) and Late (1950-1973). The entries are extensively sourced.  
  
It also contains a detaild analysis of the grammar and phonetic development of [[Quenya]], [[Sindarin]] and [[Adûnaic]]. Optionally, a lexicon of commonly used and well accepted [[Neo-Elvish]] vocabulary is included, drawn from [[Helge Fauskanger|Helge Fauskanger's]] ''[http://folk.uib.no/hnohf/nqnt.htm New Testament in Neo-Quenya]'', or the ''[http://www.elvish.org/gwaith/ppq.htm Parma Penyanë Quettaron]'', among others.
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It also contains a detailed analysis of the grammar and phonetic development of [[Quenya]], [[Sindarin]] and [[Adûnaic]]. Optionally, a lexicon of commonly used and well accepted [[Neo-Elvish]] vocabulary is included, drawn from [[Helge Fauskanger|Helge Fauskanger's]] ''[http://folk.uib.no/hnohf/nqnt.htm New Testament in Neo-Quenya]'', or the ''[http://www.elvish.org/gwaith/ppq.htm Parma Penyanë Quettaron]'', among others.
  
 
Its content is derived from an [[:Wikipedia:XML database|XML data model]], which can be used freely in accordance with the [[:Wikipedia:Creative Commons license|Creative Commons license]] (with attribution).
 
Its content is derived from an [[:Wikipedia:XML database|XML data model]], which can be used freely in accordance with the [[:Wikipedia:Creative Commons license|Creative Commons license]] (with attribution).

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Eldamo
URLhttp://eldamo.org/index.html
SloganAn Elvish Lexicon
Commercial?No
LanguageEnglish (Includes optional glosses in Russian and Polish)
OwnerPaul Strack
Launch date2008
StatusActive
(last version 0.7.9 generated in April 16, 2021)

Eldamo (Elvish Data Model), or An Elvish Lexicon, is a linguistic website launched in 2008, compiling a lexicon of Tolkien's invented languages. The website is maintained by Paul Strack and, despite its name, does include all of Tolkien's languages, not only the Eldarin family.

The website does not only work as a dictionary, but as a full lexicon that analyzes the relationships between words and the conceptual development of Tolkien's languages through his lifetime. Therefore the invented languages are divided by three periods: Early (1910-1930), Middle (1930-1950) and Late (1950-1973). The entries are extensively sourced.

It also contains a detailed analysis of the grammar and phonetic development of Quenya, Sindarin and Adûnaic. Optionally, a lexicon of commonly used and well accepted Neo-Elvish vocabulary is included, drawn from Helge Fauskanger's New Testament in Neo-Quenya, or the Parma Penyanë Quettaron, among others.

Its content is derived from an XML data model, which can be used freely in accordance with the Creative Commons license (with attribution).