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CanonicalSindarinSP Sindarin Label PagesSS Sindarin Label StatusSV Sindarin Vector StatusEnglishEP English Label PagesES English Label StatusGermanGP German Label PagesGS German StatusKhuzdulFrenchPolishOutstanding IssuesLabeling PriorityRegioning PriorityScaleIP Icon PagesIS Icon StatusR Region Bounding-box StatusNotesCitationQuote
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ennorathEnnorath60,XXMiddle-earth4,12XMittelerde1XEnnorathTerre du MilieuŚródziemie110
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belegaerBelegaer14,64,X1,2Great Sea5,13XGroßes Meer1,7DrBelegaerGrande MerWielkie Morze111
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eriadorEriador4,6,8X1,2Eriador4,12XEriador1XEriadorEriador111
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forodwaithForodwaith6,8,9X1,2Northern Waste4,12XNördliche Wüste2XForodwaithDésert du Nord111
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gondorGondor6,8X1,2Gondor4,12XGondor2XGondor111
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haradwaithHaradwaith6,8,18X1,2Sutherland4,12XSüdland2XHaradwaith111
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mordorMordor6,8,9,15,64,84X1,2Mordor4,12XMordor2XMordor111
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rhovanionRhovanion6,8,84X1,2Wilderland4,12XWilderland3XRhovanionPays Sauvage111
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rhunRhûn6,8X1,2Rhûn4,12XRhûn3XRhûn111
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ardhon-iaur-arnorArdhon Iaur Arnor2,11,71X2Lost Realm of Arnor5,13XVerlorenes Reich von Arnor3XArdhon Iaur Arnor112
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calenardhonCalenardhon6,8,9,12X2The Mark4,12XRohan3XCalenardhonRohan112
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cof-belfalasCôf Belfalas33,X2Bay of Belfalas5,13XBucht von Belfalas4XCôf BelfalasBaie de Belfalas112
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anorienAnorien12,32X2Anorien6,14REAnorien4XAnorienAnorienAnorien doesn't have an ó in textual references. Verify on maps.113
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arthedainArthedain1,11,22X2Arthedain5,13XArthedain4XArthedain113
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cardolanCardolan10,X2Cardolan6,13XCardolan5X113
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enedwaithEnedwaith3,11,79X2Enedwaith6,13XEnedwaith5XEnedwaithTerre de l'entre-deux113
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forithilienForithilien31,X2North Ithilien6,14XNord Ithilien5XForithilienIthilien du Nord113
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haecharadHaecharad83X2Far Harad5,15REWeit-Harad6Xchanged the canonical name from far-harad, so check all indicies. the Elvish is new.113
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harithilienHarithilien31,X2South Ithilien6,14XSüd-Ithilien6XHarithilienIthilien du Sud113
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harondorHarondor31,X2South Gondor6,14XSüdgondor6XHarondorGondor du Sud113
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lamedonLamedon33,X2Lamedon6,14XLamedon6X113
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lebenninLebennin30,X2Lebennin27XLebennin7XLebennin113
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minhiriathMinhiriath3,11X2Minhiriath6,13XMinhiriath5XMinhiriath113
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near-haradNear Harad5,15XNah-Harad7XTranslate "near" to Sindarin (not obvious)113
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nurnNurn60,XNurn7,14XNurn7XNurn113
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nurnenNúrnen12,18XSea of Nurn7,14XNúrnen7XNúrnenMer de Nurn113
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rhudaurRhudaur10,XRhudaur5,12XRhudaur5XRhudaur113
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angmarAngmar11,X8,16XAngmar8XAngmar114
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barannorathBarannorath12,64,XThe Brown Lands8,17XDie Braunen Lande8XBarannorathTerres Brunes114
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ered-engrinEred Engrin13,79,83XIron Hills9,17XEiserne Berge9XEred EngrinMonts du FerŻelazne Wzgórza114Throughout the Silmarillion, this region is called "Ered Engrin" and the "Iron Mountains". In The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, they are called the "Iron Hills". This map splits the difference, calling them "Iron Hills" in English, and "Ered Engrin" in Elvish.
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ered-lindonEred Lindon5,10XBlue Mountains7,15XBlaues Gebirge10XEred LuinMontagnes BleuesGóry Błękitne114
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ered-mithrinEred Mithrin10,XGrey Mountains7,15XGraue Berge11XEred MithrinMontagnes GrisesGóry Szare114
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ered-nimraisEred Nimrais11,XWhite Mountains7,15XWeiße Berge11XEred NimraisMontagnes BlanchesGóry Białe114
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eryn-lasgalenEryn Lasgalen22,XMirkwood8,16XDüsterwald11XTaur-nu-FuinForêt Noire114The great forest of Wilderland, comprised primarily of beeches and oaks. Fir grows on the slopes of the Mountains of Mirkwood, and dark fir on the slopes of, but not atop, Amon Lanc on which Dol Guldor was built.
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fold-annunFold Annûn60,84,XWestfold9,17XWestfold8XOuestfoldechanged canonical name from westfold114The Westfold is mentioned frequently in the Unfinished Tales and The Two Towers, but does not appear on the original maps. However, its extent is well-described as being the northerly region of Rohan touching both the eves of Fangorn and reaching the domain of Isengard. These boundaries are observed here and on the Stardogg map.
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fold-rhunenFold Rhúnen13,84,XEastfold9,17XOstfold9XEstfoldechanged canonical name from eastfold114
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foldeFolde13,XFolde9,17XFolde9X114
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forochelForochel5,21XIce Bay of Forochel23XEisbucht von Forochel12XForochelBaie glaciale de Forochel114
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hithaeglirHithaeglir10,21XMisty Mountains7,15XNebelgebirge13HithaeglirMonts Brumeux114
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i-dranni Drann11,75XThe Shire7,16XAuenland13i DrannLa Comté114
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khandKhand14,23XKhand9,18XKhand13114
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lhunLhûn5,11XRiver Lune7,16XLuhn13Lunenot placed on map in sindarin, doube-check german spelling114
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lo-fernLô Fern34,XDead Marshes8,16XÖdmoore13Lô FernMarais des Morts114
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moriaMoria36,XMoria8,16XMoria13Khazad-dûm114
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nindalfNindalf34,XWetwang8,16XFennfeld14NindalfPlaterrague114
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talath-annunTalath Annûn60,83,REWestemnet9,17REWestemnet8XMarche de l'Ouestchanged canonical name from westemnet, emnet-annun, talath-annun114
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talath-rhunenTalath Rhúnen13,83,REEastemnet9,17REOstemnet9XMarche de l'Estchanged canonical name from eastemnet, ement-rhunen, talath-rhunen114
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talf-tharnTalf Tharn43,XWithered Heath8,16XVerwitterte Heide14Talf TharnBrande desséchée114
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the-wold13,XThe Wold9,17XÖdland14?What does Öd mean literally? It's used in the German for Dead Marshes114
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udunUdûn53,12XUdûn8,16XUdûn-Tal14114
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adornAdorn49,XAdorn39XAdorn14Adorn115
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amon-anwarAmon Anwar28,XHalifirien25XHalifirien14Amon Anwar115XThis is the name given to the mountain overlooking the Firien wood, and also the Beacon on top thereof. In the chapter "Cirion and Eorl" of "The Unfinished Tales", "Halifirien" is given as the Rohirric name meaning "Holy Mountain". It was previously known as "Amon Anwar" in Sindarin, meaning "Hill of Awe". 'In the Common Speech it was called "the Whispering Wood." '
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amon-lancAmon Lanc37,XAmon Lanc30XAmon Lanc14Amon LancAmon Lanc115A treeless hilltop in the south of Mirkwood that was known as Amon Lanc and eventually after the eponymous stronghold of Dol Guldor. The name Amon Lanc is attested in the Unfinished Tales, in Part III, The Disaster of the Gladden Fields. "The rain lasted for four days; so when they came to the entrance to the Vales, between Lórien and Amon Lanc, [12] Isildur turned away from the Anduin, swollen with swift water, and went up the steep slopes on its eastern side to gain the ancient paths of the Silvan Elves that ran near the eaves of the Forest. [12] - Amon Lanc, "Naked Hill," was the highest point in the highland at the south-west corner of the Greenwood, and was so called because no trees grew on its summit. In later days it was Dol Guldur, the first stronghold of Sauron after his awakening. [Author's note.]"
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amon-sulAmon Sûl17,24,72XWeathertop20XWetterspitze15Amon SûlMont Venteux115X
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andeithelAndeithel49,58XLangwell39XLangquell15Andeithel115
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andrastAndrast82XAndrast50XAndrast15Andrast115The peninsula west of Gondor.
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andrathAndrath21,XLong Road22XLange Straße15AndrathNot attested in text. Need to relocate on maps for attestation.115
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anduinAnduin44,61,XAnduin36XAnduin15AnduinGrand FleuveAnduina115
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anfalasAnfalas32,XLangstrand27XLangstrand16Anfalas115
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angrenAngren15,23,72XIsen18XIsen16Sîr AngrenIsenIsena115The river that issues from the Wizard's Vale in the southern Misty Mountains, flowing generally westward to the sea, through the Old Púkel Land.
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angrenostAngrenost14,23XIsengard18XIsengart16Angrenost115
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argirithArgirith56,76,XHigh Pass30XHochpaß17Cirith Forn en AndrathHaut Col115T
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argonathArgonath29,XArgonath25XArgonath17Argonath115XAragorn named the Argonath "Pillars of the Kings" when they are first seen in The Fellowship of the Ring. The name "Gate of Kings" was used by Aragorn in his lament for Boromir in The Two Towers, and by Théoden to speculate the extent of the dark lord's power in Return of the King. They are called the King-stones in the reference for the name Argonath in the Silmarillion.
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athrad-angrenAthrad Angren14,23XFords of Isen9,18XFurten des Isen17Ethraid EngrinGués de l'Isen115XAccording to the entry for "Athrad Angren" in the Unfinished Tales, both the singular and plural forms of Fords of Isen were used in Elvish, so "Athrad Angren" and "Ethraid Engrin" are both acceptable names.
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athrad-bruinenAthrad Bruinen45,REFord of Bruinen36XBruinenfurt18Athrad ImladrisChanged canonical name to athrad-bruinen from athrad-imladris115X
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athrad-iaurAthrad Iaur17,XOld Ford19XAlte Furt17Athrad Iaur115X
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athrad-onodloAthrad Onodló48,67,XEntwade39XEntfurt18Athrad OnodlóGué d'Ent115X
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barad-durBarad Dûr40,XBarad Dûr33XBarad Dûr18Barad DûrTour Sombre115X (eye)
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baranduinBaranduin4,21XBrandywine22XBrandywein18Branda-nînBrandevin115
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baranduiniantBaranduiniant16,77XBrandywine Bridge19XBrandyweinbrückeBaranduiniantPont de BrandevinShould the i in iant be yanta here?115X
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barannorBarannor39,79XDunland33XDunlandBarannorPays de DunDunland115
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belfalasBelfalas32,XBelfalas27XBelfalasBelfalas115
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bennas-rhunenBennas Rhúnen56,81REEast Bight31XOstbuchtBennas RhúnenBrèche Estchanged from Cúnmaeghed Rhúnen115A broad crescent-shaped region on the east side of southern Mirkwood from which men had heavily logged.
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beornBeorn74,XBeorn40XBeornBeornBeorn115X
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breeAmon16,XBree19XBreeAmonBreeBree115X
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bruinenBruinen45,58,XLoudwater37XLautwasserBruinenSonoronne115
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cair-androsCair Andros37,57XCair Andros30XCair AndrosCair AndrosCair Andros115TODO
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calembelCalembel31,XCalembel27XCalembelCalembel115
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calenrathCalenrathXGreenway40XGrünwegCalenrathChemin Vert115
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carach-angrenCarach Angren41,XIsenmouthe34XIsenmündeCarach Angren115
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caradhrasCaradhras15,65,XRedhorn18XRothornBarazinbarRubicorne115
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caras-mirgirynCaras Mírgiryn85,XCity of Corsairs29XPiratenstadtCité des CorsairesMiasto Korsarzy115
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carn-dumCarn Dûm3,14,18XCarn Dûm9,18XCarn Dûm115The capital of the witch-king's realm at Angmar.
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carnenCarnen46,XRedwater37XRotwasserCarnen115
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celebdilCelebdil15,XSilvertine19XSilberzinneZirakzigilCorne d'Argent115Westernmost of the three peaks above Moria, where Gandalf slew the Balrog, and on which Durin's Tower rests
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celebrantCelebrant44,43,XSilverlode35XSilberlaufKibil-nâla115
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cil-rohanCîl Rohan47,75XGap of Rohan38XPforte von RohanCîl RohanTrouée du Rohan115
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cirilCiril35,XCiril28XCirilCiril115
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cirith-gorgorCirith Gorgor40,XCirith Gorgor33XCirith GorgorCirith Gorgor115The pass through the Mountains of Terror across which the Black Gate stands.
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cirith-ungolCirith Ungol40,XCirith Ungol33RESpinnenpassCirith DúathNeeds to be relabeled in English as Cirith Ungol instead of using the translation; verify khuzdul column115
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cof-lhunCôf Lhûn1,39XGulf of Lune32XGolf von LuhnGolfe de la Lune115
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dagorladDagorlad31.,XBattle Plain26XWalstattDagorlad115
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dol-guldurDol Guldur38,64,XDol Guldur31XDol GuldurDol GuldurDol GuldurDol Guldur115
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dor-en-ernilDor-en-Ernil30,XDor-en-Ernil26XDor-en-ErnilDor-en-ErnilTerre du Prince*115
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druwaith-iaurDrúwaith Iaur30,XOld Púkel Land26XAltes PuckellandDrúwaith Iaur115A region west of Gondor from which the Púkel men originate.
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dunharrowDunharrow47,XDunharrow38XDunhargDunharrow115TODOAn encampment on a cliff overlooking Harrowdale, from which the Paths of the Dead issue southward.
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edhellondEdhellond26,XEdhellond23REEdhellondEdhellondShould be Edhellond in English, not Elfhaven115XA settlement, established as an elven port, at the end of the river Ringló in Lamedon, Gondor.
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edorasEdoras46,XEdoras38XEdorasEdorasEdoras115X
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eilenachEilenach28,XEilenach25XEilenachEilenach (Feu d'alarme)115XThe highest point amid the Druadan forest.
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