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If I wanted to name a man "man of books" would it be Perfadan? Perf is books (parf is singular) and adan being man.

Thanks!

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On 5th July 2007 23:02 (UTC), shirebound commented:
I have to say that it sounds too much like 'percodan' for my taste. According to this website, 'book' is 'parv', and I do like Parvodan better. My two cents!

http://home.netcom.com/~heensle/lang/elvish/sindarin/engsind.html
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On 5th July 2007 23:04 (UTC), shirebound replied:
Oops, make that Parvadan. :)
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On 5th July 2007 23:40 (UTC), baranduin replied:
Huh. And to me Parvodan makes me think of Darvon :-)

Which is most likely a dwarf name in addition to being a drug, LOL!

Well, will go with majority rule here. Thanks!
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On 5th July 2007 23:07 (UTC), claudia603 commented:
I like SB's suggestion! I really like Parvadan a lot!
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On 5th July 2007 23:41 (UTC), baranduin replied:
Thanks!
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On 5th July 2007 23:22 (UTC), dreamflower02 commented:
Here's another vote for "Parvadan". Much better sounding than the other one.
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On 5th July 2007 23:41 (UTC), baranduin replied:
OK, thanks!
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