I think the best one for 'high in the sky' would be Taer = Lofty, high. Taer min eil = High in the sky, Taer min menel = High in the heavens. There's also Taur, which has the nuances of being 'mighty, vast, overwhelming' so to me that's more an edifice like Minas Tirith or a mountain.
Hall would indeed be as in a priest or other such figure, similarly Raud, but for people like Kings - 'noble, eminent, high etc.'.
Brand comes from a root that means 'height combined with strength/size/majesty'; you would use this adjective to describe someone like Elendil or Isildur, or something simultaneously tall and grand. Taer just means 'lofty, tall, high'.
Xandarien: You can use Tengwar for any language (much in the same way you could write English words in Arabic script or German words in Cyrillic) but there are particular 'modes' for Quenya/Sindarin
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