Subject: Poking at those names a bit.
Posted on: 2022-11-14 23:06:47 UTC
I don't think you can just create Xh digraphs like that. "hen" mutates to "chen" as the second element in a compound, and Ael+chen =/= Aelhen(n).
Some examples indicate that a lot of the time, h simply stays as h even in compounds; I don't think the Sindar liked medial Ch very much! But LH is a different phoneme (it's actually Welsh LL), so I think your names would go:
Aellen & Loechen
... well, Hingýron, but that looks wrong, so I would prefer Hingeron or Hengiron.
A lot of this is just personal "feel" for how the language should look/sound, so take it with a gallon of salt. Apparently I get quite mystical about Sindarin these days.