Quenya verb conjugator

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Maintained by kaashif@kaashif.co.uk

Quenya Verb Conjugator

Build status Hackage I’ve seen lots of Quenya dictionaries on the internet (a great one is http://elfdict.com), but I haven’t seen a Quenya verb conjugator, for people who are far too lazy to actually look up how to conjugate a verb and just want it done.

This program, when run, starts a Warp server, with a RESTful API for conjugating verbs (and adding verbs, in the future).

Still to come

  • More special cases for irregular verbs
  • Fixing some cases where “ë” appears where it should just be “e”


$ git clone git://github.com/kaashif/quenya-verb.git
$ cd quenya-verb
$ cabal sandbox init
$ cabal install

Or, from Hackage:

$ cabal install quenya-verb


$ quenya-verb-server --help
Quenya verb conjugator server v0.0.1

quenya-verb-server [OPTIONS]

Common flags:
  -a --address=ADDRESS  Address to bind to
  -p --port=PORT        Port to bind to
  -c --cwd=DIR          Directory to chdir to before starting server
  -l --logging          Enable logging
  -? --help             Display help message
  -V --version          Print version information
     --numeric-version  Print just the version number

Report bugs to kaashif@kaashif.co.uk

If run with no arguments, the server will chdir to the cabal data directory (where the default index.html is), and will run on http://localhost:8080.


It’s very simple, just send a POST request to /api/verb with the following in the body:


And you’ll get a response like the following:



Feel free to shoot me an email at kaashif@kaashif.co.uk if you have any queries or want to contribute. Alternatively, submit an issue or pull request.

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