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Quenya is one of the languages spoken by the Elves in J. R. R. Tolkien's work. It was the language that developed among those Elves that reached Valinor (they are at times called High Elves). Of the Three Houses of Elves, the Noldor and the Vanyar spoke different, though mutually intelligible dialects of Quenya. The language was also adopted by the Valar who also made some new introductions into it from their own original language. The Third House, the Teleri, spoke a different, closely related language: Telerin.
The Quenya used in Middle-earth of the Third Age (the time of the setting of The Lord of the Rings) had come to be a scholarly-pursuit — something akin to Latin in our time. It was meant to be used as a formal language and for writing, and Sindarin was the vernacular of all Elves. However the Noldor still remembered it and valued it highly, which we can see in the way they treat Frodo's greeting elen síla lúmenn' omentielvo. ("A star shines on the hour of our meeting.") Noldorin (Exilic) Quenya differed somewhat from Valinorean Quenya, because the language continued to evolve after exile, and it underwent some regularization as it became a language of lore.
Outside the fiction, its grammar is influenced by Finnish, being quite inflected. The phonology is also based on Finnish, and to a lesser extent Italian and Spanish; namely, no consonant cluster can begin or end a syllable (with one exception, the dual dative ending -nt). Another rule is that a word may not end in a non-coronal consonant.
Quenya is one of many Constructed languages introduced over the years by science fiction and fantasy writers, some others being Klingon, Newspeak, Nadsat and Lapine.
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