Old English -ælfen (n.) "an elf or fairy," usually a female one (see elf). Not a pure adjective in Middle English (elvish was used), but used in phrases such as elven land (c. 1300). Apparently revived as an adjective by Tolkien (1937).
1. I wish to destroy an Elven city near here.
2. Only elven fighters will match a thief with a.
3. It would be something only an Elven people could or would do.
4. In the middle of the Elven Altyr - the eternal mountain.
在精灵之森的中央挺立着阿提尔― ― 永恒之山.
5. The Elven - wise are also loremasters, great scholars and philosophers.