sky. Kēlen has two words that mean essentially ‘sky’. This is one of them. This is sometimes taken to mean ‘daytime sky’, and is the more prosaic word for ‘sky’. When in doubt for which word to use, use this one.
se jawāel wījte mo mārōni mēltāri sū ankēji tā;
Three rings for the elven kings under the sky.
a lake. So, completely inland, not part of the sea, forming at the bottom of a basin of some sort, and generally large enough to float a boat or otherwise be a significant feature in the landscape.
sū jēwāri āñ la jamāonre;
Among the lakes was a city.
a plain, a flat(-ish) expanse of land that isn’t forest (jajēla) or desert (jasāma).
ñatta jamāesa japōññe sū jekiēn xīnār;
They found a plain in the land Shinar.
mountain. Often found in the collective form anlāji “group of mountains”.
la anlāji anēkki ansīñi ankīþi sūjīr;
There at the back were tall rocky red-brown mountains.