I have a question I've been meaning to ask... if the diminutive suffixes -enin, -elen, are applied to someone that is above you like a king, then when you say my/your king, would it be okay to use it? It sounds a tad disrespectful and informal to me to refer to the king in that way... unless I'm completely misunderstanding it... are only -ig and -eg considered diminutive and it's perfectly acceptable to say aranenin? I would think maybe i aran nîn but that would imply that you own the king, and would therefore be even more disrespectful, right? Gin hannon in advance
A i 'lawar hêb i Geven A i nglîn en Ithil mibir i aear Man mibedath oh Pe mibol ú nin?
Yes it would be perfectly acceptable to say Aranenin = My king. The difference between -ig/-eg and the possessive suffix is that -ig/-eg means 'little', so if you said Araneg = little king, it would sound like, hmm, a parent talking about their child, or perhaps a lover.
Aranenin = My king (a ranger talking about Aragorn, who knows him) Aran nîn = My king (showing emphasis, as in 'not your king' or something like a farmer in Lossarnach talking about Aragorn, who he doesn't know and isn't likely to ever meet).