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Noldoran Naica, or the Grief of the Ñoldor King, was written by Vaeril Vanimonion, following the death of his father, the king of Ailinosto, during the year SA 1. Written in Quenya, it became well-known among Teleri and Ñoldors still living in Middle Earth, and was even heard by Sindar elves who refused to explain this song in their own langage. His song was then used for his own funeral in TA 567 by elves of the Woodland Realm after the Lanthir Auth. Although Thranduil loved Vaeril's songs, he always refused to let someone translate them from Quenya to Sindarin, thinking that it would loose all the meaning 

All lyricsEdit

Lyrics in Quenya Edit

In Imíca Oronli, in han taurë

Man indyo qualinë 

I Aran lomë, së seruva si

Netauno I luinë së caituvanë

A ! Manwë ! Laita hé lo lirëlya  !

Colë hé an i norë i túra erë

Hé as ohtarëma, taurë, a haiya 

Vayanë a yára ondonë 

Ando hautauvar nyérë , Eldar ilya Nainaë 

Nienórë raná urna i quilë hlónanë

A ! Manwë ! Laita i erë larna ! 

Undu i lamma kyermënna...

Lyrics in EnglishEdit

Amid the Mountains, beyond the Forest

Descent of those who never die 

" The King has passed ", he will now rest 

In the Blue Woods he will now lie

Oh ! Manwë ! Bless him by thy song !

Carry him to the land of the Great Ones

Him with our soldiers, oh far, oh beyond 

The Seas and Ancient Stones 

Long will take the grief, Eldar shall all weep

Mourns is wandering over the waning rivers 

Oh ! Manwë ! Bless the ones asleep ! 

Beneath the sound of our prayers...

Explanations Edit

First four sentencesEdit

Amid the Mountains, beyond the Forest : It is related to the place where Ailinosto was standing, Next to the Mountains of Ered Mithrim, linked to the forest of Mirkwood. 

Descent of those who never die : Vanimon, such as Carnadhiel , was an elf. The term " Those who never die " is linked to the fact that elves don't die. It can be linked to the Ñoldor race too. 

" The King has passed " : Vaeril placed the first sentence as a dialog, remembering how a gard anounced him that his father passed away. 

In the Blue Woods : The Blue Woods were the Woods of Death, linked to Ailinosto, were all burials were taking place. 

Second four sentencesEdit

Bless him by thy song ! : For a part of Ñoldors, Manwë's songs were supposed to honour the dead ones. They considered his songs as blessings. 

The land of the Great Ones :  A synonym of the Grey Fields were are resting all those who died in Middle Earth.

With our soldiers : Vaeril wanted to link all other soldiers who passed away by trying to help his father to catch the one who poisonned him.

The Seas and Ancient Stones : As Vaeril never saw Aman, he is trying to link he World of the Dead ones with Valinor. The Ancient Stones are, for him, the gates of the new world. 

Third four sentencesEdit

Long will take the grief : Vaeril knew that the grief of his father would take more than one hundred years. 

Mourns is wandering over the waning rivers : The sentence explains the situation of Ailinosto during this time, when Carnadhiel was on her way to create Nénharda and when the power of his race started to fade.

Bless the ones asleep : The ones asleep are now all soldiers who fought for their kingdom. It includes Maedhros himself. 

Beneath the sound of our prayers : Vaeril desires Manwë to sing all proudness of the dead ones, the same " ones asleep  " are supposedly lying under the prayers of the living ones. 

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