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Radagast's spell


Jan 26 2013, 10:47pm

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While searching online for a translation to the magic words Radagast uses to heal Sebastian/scare off the spiders, I came upon this in a work of fan-fiction based on the film and seemingly taken from the screenplay, but with this added translation:

"Lerya laman naiquentallo. Sí a hlare ómaquettar. Na coilerya en-vinyanta. Sí a hlare ómaquettar. Na coilerya en-vinyanta."
(Translation: Free the animal from the curse. Now hear words of my voice. Be its life renewed. Now hear words of my voice. Be its life renewed.)

Can anyone who knows Elvish well confirm whether this is the right/wrong translation? If wrong, what does it translate as?

"These are Gundabad Wargs! They will outrun you!"

"THESE are Rhosgobel Rabbits! I'd like to see them try...."

Subject User Time
Radagast's spell Radagast-Aiwendil Send a private message to Radagast-Aiwendil Jan 26 2013, 10:47pm
    Well, painjoiker Send a private message to painjoiker Jan 26 2013, 10:51pm
    but.. jimmyfenn Send a private message to jimmyfenn Jan 26 2013, 11:19pm
    Well, Aragalen the Green Send a private message to Aragalen the Green Jan 26 2013, 11:26pm
    Translation Source Lio Send a private message to Lio Jan 26 2013, 11:29pm
        Thanks for this, Lio!// Radagast-Aiwendil Send a private message to Radagast-Aiwendil Jan 27 2013, 9:07pm


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