I am not sure that a fairy-tale abides with the challenge. But when I read the challenge I thought at once of a fairy-story Finduilas might tell her sons as a bed-time story.
A few weeks later I read in Tolkien's 'The Monsters & the Critics' the Essay 'On Fairy-stories' and when I reached the chapter 'Fantasy' this fairy-tale began to evolve in my mind.
Thus I think it might be OK to enter this story in HASA's Birthday challenge.
I concocted it out of all the fairy-stories I have read in my life, naturally choosing those ingredients I liked most.
Prince Dragon-Hide who became King Sun-Lover is the protagonist of a fairy tale about the youth of the sixth Gondorian king Anardil (Quenya Sun-Lover) who reigned 324-411 T.A..
I am still working on the third chapter of the story.
Aiya - Hail (http://www.imladris.featureditems.com/p22.asp)
hin - child (http://www.imladris.featureditems.com/p19.asp)
Sindarin (all from http://www.jrrvf.com/hisweloke/sindar/index.html):
g(c)alen - bright green
skin - riv
prince - ernil, cund, con
-> Galrivnil (Green-Hide Prince)
dragon - amlug
-> Amlukon (Dragon-Prince)
bearer - cyll
-> Amlukyll (Dragon-Bearer)
stars – elenath
follower – echil
-> Elnechil (Stars-Follower)
lord – hir
-> Elnathir (Stars-Lord)
star – el, gil
bride – dineth
-> Eldineth (Star-Bride)
gwaloth – blossom
-> Gilgwaloth (Star-Blossom)
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