Comes from Ancient Elvish Atua, meaning "she, the mother goddess".
Atia (Highly Irregular)
|Vocative||Atiae||The vocative is not found for any regular noun.|
|Perlative||Atii||When two "i"s are found together, they usually morph into one and take a macron.|
|Antitive||Atya||in front of Atia|
- atar ( house, as it was thought Atia was the one who protected the elves from nature, enemies, and strife)
- Tea (the high priestess of Atia)