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IANTHE (f.) - possibly Greek 'violet + flower'; helin "violet" (from QL, maybe not valid); lóte "flower", thus Helillóte or contracted Hellóte (nl assimilates to ll)

IDA (f.) - derivative of Old Ger. 'labor'; móta "labor", thus could be Móte or Mótie or Mótare

IGOR, IGOR (m.) - Scandinavian 'bow warrior'; quinga, "bow", ohtar, mehtar "warrior", so Quingohtar or Quingamehtar or Cúmehtar

ILAN (m.) - Jewish 'tree'; alda "tree", so Aldo

ILANA (f.) - feminine form of ILAN (q.v.), so Alde

ILKA (f.) - Hungarian pet form of HELEN (q.v.)

IMOGEN (f.) - Gaelic 'maiden'; vende "maiden", so Vende by itself

INA, INE (f.) - Latin feminine suffix; -isse Quenya feminine suffix, so Isse as such

INGRID (f.) - Old Norse 'Ing + fair'; maybe the element ing can be taken as Quenyarized; vanya "fair", thus Ingvanye; I was suggested 'ing' means "first" and that írima "loveable, desirable" might be better, so another possibility may be Minínirime

IOLE (f.) - Greek 'violet'; helin "violet" (from QL, maybe invalid), thus Helin itself

IPHIGENIA (f.) - said to be Greek 'high born'; ar- "high", nóna "born", so Arnóne

IRENE (f.) - Greek 'peace'; sére "peace", thus Sére itself or Série

IRIS (f.) - Greek 'rainbow'; helyanwe "rainbow", thusHelyanwe itself

IRMA (f.) - Ger. 'entire, whole'; ilya "all", thus Ilye

IRVINE (m.) - probably Celtic 'green/fresh + water'; venya "green, fresh"; -nen "-water", thus Venyanen

ISAAC, ITZCHAK (m.) - connected with Heb. 'to laugh'; lala "laugh", there are different possibilities: Lalo, Lalon, Lalindo, Lando, etc.


ISIDORA (f.) - feminine of ISIDORE (q.v.), thus Irisanne

ISIDORE (m.) - Greek 'Isis + gift'; Isis could be Quenyarized to Iris; anna "gift", thus Irisanno

ISHMAEL (m.) - Heb. 'God will hear'; Eru "god", hlar- "hear" (hlaruva "will hear"), so perhaps Eruslaruvo (hl- in hlar is derived from sl- which remained unchanged medially)

ISRAEL (m.) - Heb. 'he who wrestles with God'; Eru "god", Vala "power", mahtar "fighter", so perhaps Erumahtar or Valamahtar

IVAN (m.) - Eruantalon or Eruntalon, see NWHAGEN

IVANA (f.) - feminine form of IVAN (q.v.), thus Eruantale or Eruntale

IVO - from YVES (q.v.), so Tamuril

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