Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

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Re: Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

Postby ATrinket » Thu Aug 31, 2017 11:55 pm

Or longer ;)

I posted my request June 4th 2016 lol
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Re: Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

Postby cnightshade » Sat Sep 09, 2017 7:36 pm

I'm wondering if you can we re-translate " Xander " and " Miss Independent " for me. Please and thank you my computer crashed and I lost it. The original is no longer posted in your forum
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Re: Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

Postby taurielava » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:50 am

Salut Isildilmë !

This post belongs to the "better late than never" category, as it's a massively belated, but huge thank you for your stellar work on a transcription I requested some time ago.

Back in 2014, I was getting married and requested a transcription to have engraved on my husband-to-be's wedding ring… And even another one for him to have engraved on mine as he was having a hard time getting his requests right. Then the wedding planning got crazy and we moved to Malawi, Africa, and as there was no chance of having anything engraved over there, I let it all slip…

Now we're back in Europe, and he asked me the other day "err, whatever happened to my ring getting engraved?". So I've only just found your beautiful transcriptions on a previous version of this thread and I shall have his ring engraved for our 4th anniversary :lol:

Sadly, his inscription can't be engraved on mine as I chose a ring too fine to be engraved, but I'm sure he can have something else engraved with it, like a life-lasting awesome present (motorbike? sexy clarinet? Hint, hint, Gandalf's slippers!).

Merci encore pour ton beau cadeau de mariage :) et amuse-toi bien avec tes autres transcriptions… et toutes les autres choses qui t'occupent !

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Re: Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

Postby alarawany » Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:29 pm

I agree with the fourth comment about that










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Re: Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

Postby smgrillo » Sat Aug 25, 2018 8:29 am

Hello! I want to know how to have a transcription of my sons names for a tattoo:

1. Names of my son and daughter: Felipe Emma
2. Spanish
3. Tengwar Annatar Italic and Tengwar Cursive Italic
4. May me the names will have a & in between, like: Felipe & Emma... or Felipe and Emma...I dont know yet.
(The first letter in CAPS is the same as the regular letter?)

Thanks! Hope can help me!
Cheers!
Santiago.
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Re: Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

Postby lathropw » Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:46 am

Hi Isildilme,

so, i've got the words i want all translated and now i'm looking at the conversion into Tengwar. Any help you can offer with this is greatly appreciated!

1. Eldanolwe / Eldanolme
2. Quenya
3. TQ-R/I for both please!
4. Thank you! :)

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Re: Official TENGWAR Transcription Thread (and TATTOOS) - VI

Postby Lilyth » Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:41 pm

Hello :)

I really appreciate your work on this forums :rose:
I've used this forum a lot and it has been of great help. So far I've found lots of things, though I haven't been able to find one name:

“Steven” in TA-I :)

Thanks a lot!

Lilyth

P.S.: I hope it was understandable - I'm not a native speaker :blush:
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