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quenyaatumbelamornalack deep valleytum: 'valley' in Tumhalad, Tumladen; Quenya tumbo (cf. Treebeard's tumbalemorna 'lack deep valley'. The Two Towers III 4). Cf. Utumno, Sindarin Udûn (Gandalf in Mordor named the Balrog 'Flame of Udûn'), a name afterwards used of the deep dale in Moria between the Morannon and the Isenmouths.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaandaandar-: 'beside, outside' (whence Quenya ar 'and', Sindarin a), probably in Araman 'outside Aman'; cf. also (Nirnaeth) Arnoediad '(Tears) without reckoning'.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaoh*a elbereth gilthonieldôr: 'land' (i.e. dry land as opposed to sea) was derived from ndor; it occurs in many Sindarin names, as Doriath, Dorthonion, Eriador, Gondor, Mordor, etc. In Quenya the stem was blended and confused with a quite distinct word nórë meaning 'people'; in origin Valinórë was strictly 'the people of the Valar', but Valandor 'the land of the Valar', and similarly Númen(n)órë 'people of the West', but Númendor 'land of the West'. Quenya Endor 'Middle-earth' was from ened 'middle' and ndor; this in Sindarin became Ennor (cf. ennorath 'middle lands' in the chant A Elbereth Gilthoniel).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarina[posessive suffix]dagnir glaurungaglaurung's banedagor: 'battle'; the root is ndak-, cf. Haudh-en-Ndengin. Another derivative is Dagnir (Dagnir Glaurunga 'Glaurung's Bane').SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinachmalachMalach: Son of Marach; given the Elvish name Aradan. 171, 177SIndex of Names
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sindarinachmarachMarach: Leader of the third host of Men to enter Beleriand, ancestor of Hador Lórindol. 171-2, 180SIndex of Names
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sindarinachadneckachad tarlangtarlang's neckIt was said that when 'in ancient days' some giants were building the White Mountains as a wall to keep Men out of their land by the Sea, one of them called Tarlang tripped and fell on his face and as he was carrying a heavy load of rocks on his head he broke his neck and was killed. The other giants used his body to complete the wall at that point, but left his heck lying southward, leading to the three mountains of the spur: _Dol Tarlang_ 'Tarlang's Head', _Cûl Veleg_ 'Bigload' and _Cûl Bîn_ 'Little Load.' The break in his neck was shown by a depression in the ridge, near the junction with Tarlang's Head, over which the road went. In consequence the _Tarlang_ was called _Achad Tarlang_ using another word for 'neck' (Q[uenya] _axo_), properly referring only to the bony vertebral part and not including the throat, this was generally called in the vernacular C[ommon] S[peech] _Tarlang's Neck_.RC:536
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khûzdulachâlazaghâlAzaghâl: Lord of the Dwarves of Belegost; wounded Glaurung in the Nirnaeth Arnoediad, and was killed by him. 236SIndex of Names
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quenyaadanmenadanmenAdan: 'The Second People', Men (singular Atan). For the origin of the name see 171; since in Beleriand for a long time the only Men known to the Noldor and Sindar were those of the Three Houses of the Elf-friends, this name (in the Sindarin form Adan, plural Edain) became specially associated with them, so that it was seldom applied to other Men who came later to Beleriand, or who were reported to be dwelling beyond the Mountains. But in the speech of Ilúvatar (41) the meaning is 'Men (in general)'. 38, 119, 171; Edain, 171-2, 176-9, 189-90, 238, 241, 292, 319-21, 347SIndex of Names
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quenyaadanmenadanthe second peopleAdan: 'The Second People', Men (singular Atan). For the origin of the name see 171; since in Beleriand for a long time the only Men known to the Noldor and Sindar were those of the Three Houses of the Elf-friends, this name (in the Sindarin form Adan, plural Edain) became specially associated with them, so that it was seldom applied to other Men who came later to Beleriand, or who were reported to be dwelling beyond the Mountains. But in the speech of Ilúvatar (41) the meaning is 'Men (in general)'. 38, 119, 171; Edain, 171-2, 176-9, 189-90, 238, 241, 292, 319-21, 347SIndex of Names
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sindarinadanman+adanadan: (plural Edain) in Adanedhel, Aradan, Dúnedain. For its meaning and history see Atani in the Index.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadanman+adanedhelelf man+adan: (plural Edain) in Adanedhel, Aradan, Dúnedain. For its meaning and history see Atani in the Index.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadanman+adanedhelelf man+edhel: elf (Sindarin) in Adanedhel, Aredhel, Glóredhel, Ost-in-Edhil; also in Peredhil 'Half-elven'.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadanman+aradanadan: (plural Edain) in Adanedhel, Aradan, Dúnedain. For its meaning and history see Atani in the Index.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadanman+aradannoble man*ar(a)-: 'high, noble, royal' appears in a great many names, as Aradan, Aredhel, Argonath, Arnor, etc.; extended stem arat- appearing in Aratar, and in arato 'champion, eminent man', e.g. Angrod from Angaráto and Finrod from Findaráto; also aran 'king' in Aranrúth. Ereinion 'scion of kings' (name of Gil-galad) has the plural of aran; cf. Fornost Erain 'Norbury of the Kings' in Arnor. The prefix Ar- of the Adûnaic names of the Kings of Númenor was derived from this.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadanmanadanedhelelf manAdanedhel: 'Elf-Man', name given to Túrin in Nargothrond. 258SIndex of Names
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sindarinadanman*aradanAradan: Sindarin name of Malach, son of Marach. 172, 177SIndex of Names
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sindarinadanman*aradanAradan: Son of Marach; given the Elvish name Aradan. 171, 177SIndex of Names
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sindarinadermereth aderthadfeast of reuniting+mereth: 'feast' in Mereth Aderthad; also in Merethrond, the Hall of Feasts in Minas Tirith.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadermereth aderthadfeast of reunitingMereth Aderthad: The 'Feast of Reuniting' held by Fingolfin near the Pools of Ivrin. 132-3SIndex of Names
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sindarinaderthadreuniting+mereth aderthadfeast of reuniting+mereth: 'feast' in Mereth Aderthad; also in Merethrond, the Hall of Feasts in Minas Tirith.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaderthadreunite*mereth aderthadfeast of reunitingMereth Aderthad: 'The 'Feast of Reuniting' held by Fingolfin near the Pools of Ivrin. 132-3SIndex of Names
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sindarinaderthadreunitingmereth aderthadfeast of reunitingMereth Aderthad: The 'Feast of Reuniting' held by Fingolfin near the Pools of Ivrin. 132-3SIndex of Names
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sindarinadinpeople*haladinpeople of halethHaladin: The second people of Men to enter Beleriand; afterwards called the People of Haleth, dwelling in the Forest of Brethil, also the Men of Brethil. 171, 174-5, 187, 190, 194, 234,238SIndex of Names
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pre-numenorean*adorn
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sindarinadudoubleadudoublerant: 'course' in the river-names Adurant (with adu 'double') and Celebrant ('Silverlode').SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadudoubleadurantdouble stream+rant: 'course' in the river-names Adurant (with adu 'double') and Celebrant ('Silverlode').SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinadudoubleadurantdouble streamAdurant: The sixth and most southerly of the tributaries of Gelion in Ossiriand. The name means 'double stream', referring to its divided course about the island of Tol Galen. 147, 229, 290SIndex of Names
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adûnaicadunwestadunwestandúnë: 'sunset, west' in Andúnië, to which corresponds in Sindarin annun, cf. Annúminas, and Henneth Annun 'window of the sunset' in Ithilien. The ancient root of these words, ndu, meaning 'down, from on high', appears also in Quenya numen 'the way of the sunset, west' and in Sindarin dun 'west', cf. Dúnedain, Adûnaic adun in Adunakhôr, Anadûnë was a loan from Eldarin speech.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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adûnaicadunwestadunakhôrlord of the west+andúnë: 'sunset, west' in Andúnië, to which corresponds in Sindarin annun, cf. Annúminas, and Henneth Annun 'window of the sunset' in Ithilien. The ancient root of these words, ndu, meaning 'down, from on high', appears also in Quenya numen 'the way of the sunset, west' and in Sindarin dun 'west', cf. Dúnedain, Adûnaic adun in Adunakhôr, Anadûnë was a loan from Eldarin speech.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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adûnaicadûnwestadunakhôrlord of the westAnd the nineteenth king took the sceptre of his fathers, and he ascended the throne in the name of Adûnakhôr, Lord of the West, forsaking the Elven-tongues and forbidding their use in his hearing.SAkallabêth
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adûnaicadûnwestadunadûnaicandúnë: 'sunset, west' in Andúnië, to which corresponds in Sindarin annun, cf. Annúminas, and Henneth Annun 'window of the sunset' in Ithilien. The ancient root of these words, ndu, meaning 'down, from on high', appears also in Quenya numen 'the way of the sunset, west' and in Sindarin dun 'west', cf. Dúnedain, Adûnaic adun in Adunakhôr, Anadûnë was a loan from Eldarin speech.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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adûnaicadûnwest+inziladûnInziladûn: Elder son of Ar-Gimilzôr and Inzilbêth; afterwards named Tar-Palantir. 332SIndex of Names
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adûnaicadunwestadunadunakhôrlord of the west+andúnë: 'sunset, west' in Andúnië, to which corresponds in Sindarin annun, cf. Annúminas, and Henneth Annun 'window of the sunset' in Ithilien. The ancient root of these words, ndu, meaning 'down, from on high', appears also in Quenya numen 'the way of the sunset, west' and in Sindarin dun 'west', cf. Dúnedain, Adûnaic adun in Adunakhôr, Anadûnë was a loan from Eldarin speech.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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adûnaicadunwestadunakhôrlord of the westAdunakhôr: 'Lord of the West', name taken by the nineteenth King of Númenor, the first to do so in the Adûnaic (Númenórean) tongue; his name in Quenya was Herunúmen. 330SIndex of Names
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adûnaicadûnwestadûnakhôrlord of the westAnd the nineteenth king took the sceptre of his fathers, and he ascended the throne in the name of Adûnakhôr, Lord of the West, forsaking the Elven-tongues and forbidding their use in his hearing.SAkallabêth
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sindarinaeaelinaelin: 'lake, pool' in Aelin-uial; cf. lin (2).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaebird, small*aiwe*aelinmere of small birds*lin: (1) 'pool, mere' in Linaewen (which contains aew [Quenya aiwe] 'small bird'), Teiglin; cf. aelin.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaesea+gaeraerandirsea wanderer+ran-: 'wander, stray' in Rána, the Moon, and in Mithrandir, Aerandir; also in the river Gilraen in Gondor.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaegpeak*aeglossnowpeak*los: 'snow' in Oiolossë (Quenya oio 'ever' and losse 'snow, snow-white'); Sindarin loss in Amon Uilos and Aeglos.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaegsharpaikaaegnorsharp flamenár: 'fire' in Narsil, Narya; present also in the original forms of Aegnor (Aikanáro 'Sharp Flame' or 'Fell Fire') and Fëanor (Feanaro 'Spirit of Fire'). The Sindarin form was naur, as in Sammath Naur, the Chambers of Fire in Orodruin. Derived from the same ancient root (a)nar was the name of the Sun, Quenya Anar (also in Anárion), Sindarin Anor (cf. Minas Anor, Anorien).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaegfell (adjective)aikaaegnorfell firenár: 'fire' in Narsil, Narya; present also in the original forms of Aegnor (Aikanáro 'Sharp Flame' or 'Fell Fire') and Fëanor (Feanaro 'Spirit of Fire'). The Sindarin form was naur, as in Sammath Naur, the Chambers of Fire in Orodruin. Derived from the same ancient root (a)nar was the name of the Sun, Quenya Anar (also in Anárion), Sindarin Anor (cf. Minas Anor, Anorien).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaegsharp+aegnorsharp flamenár: 'fire' in Narsil, Narya; present also in the original forms of Aegnor (Aikanáro 'Sharp Flame' or 'Fell Fire') and Fëanor (Feanaro 'Spirit of Fire'). The Sindarin form was naur, as in Sammath Naur, the Chambers of Fire in Orodruin. Derived from the same ancient root (a)nar was the name of the Sun, Quenya Anar (also in Anárion), Sindarin Anor (cf. Minas Anor, Anorien).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaegpeak*crissaegrimcloven peaks*ris: 'cleave' appears to have blended with the stem kris- of similar meaning (a derivative of the root kir- 'cleave, cut', q.v.); hence Angrist (also Orcrist 'Orc-cleaver', the sword of Thorin Oakenshield), Crissaegrim, Imladris.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaegpointaeglossnow pointAeglos: 'Snow-point', the spear of Gil-galad. 364SIndex of Names
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sindarinaegfell (adjective)aegnorfell fireAegnor: The fourth son of Finarfin, who with his brother Angrod held the northern slopes of Dorthonion; slain in the Dagor Bragollach. The name means 'Fell Fire', 64,94, 141, 180-82SIndex of Names
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sindarinaegpeak*crissaegrimcloven peaks*Crissaegrim: The mountain-peaks south of Gondolin, where were the eyries of Thorondor. 144, 186, 191, 221, 246, 281SIndex of Names
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sindarinaegpeak*hithaeglirLine of Misty Peaks': the Misty Mountains, or Mountains of Mist. (The form Hithaeglin on the map to The Lord of the Rings is an error.) 55, 104, 107, 360, 364, 366SIndex of Names
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sindarinaeglirpeaks, line of*hithaeglirline of misty peaks*hith: 'mist' in Hithaeglir, Hithlum (also in Nen Hithoel, a lake in Anduin). Hithlum is Sindarin in form, adapted from the Quenya name Hísilómë given by the Noldorin exiles (Quenya hísië 'mist', cf. Hísimë, the name of the eleventh month of the year. The Lord of the Rings Appendix D).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaeglirline of peaks*hithaeglirline of misty peaksmisty mountainsLine of Misty Peaks': the Misty Mountains, or Mountains of Mist. (The form Hithaeglin on the map to The Lord of the Rings is an error.) 55, 104, 107, 360, 364, 366SIndex of Names
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sindarinaegrimpeaks*crissaegrimcloven peaks*Crissaegrim: The mountain-peaks south of Gondolin, where were the eyries of Thorondor. 144, 186, 191, 221, 246, 281SIndex of Names
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sindarinaelannaelAnnael: Grey-elf of Mithrim, fosterfather of Tuor. 294SIndex of Names
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sindarinaelinlakeaelinlakeaelin: 'lake, pool' in Aelin-uial; cf. lin (2).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaelinpoolaelinlakeaelin: 'lake, pool' in Aelin-uial; cf. lin (2).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaelinlake+aelin-uialtwilight mere*uial: 'twilight' in Aelin-uial, Nenuial.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaelinmeresaelin-uialmeres of twilightAelin-uial: 'Meres of Twilight', where Aros flowed into Sirion. 133,145, 203, 267, 285SIndex of Names
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sindarinaelinmeres+aelin-uialtwilight meresSee Aelin-uial.SIndex of Names
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sindarinaemarthdoom [variant]amarthcaben naemarthamarth: 'doom' in Amon Amarth, Cabed Naeramarth, Úmarth, and in the Sindarin form of Túrin's name 'Master of Doom', Turamarth. The Quenya form of the word appears in Turambar.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaersea+gaeraerandirsea wanderer+ran-: 'wander, stray' in Rána, the Moon, and in Mithrandir, Aerandir; also in the river Gilraen in Gondor.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaersea+belegaermighty sea*beleg: 'mighty' in Beleg, Belegaer, Belegost, Laer Cú Beleg.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaerseabelegaergreat sea+ëar: 'sea' (Quenya) in Eärendil, Eärrámë, and many other names. The Sindarin word gaer (in Belegaer) is apparently derived from the same original stem.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaerseaaerandirsea wandererAerandir: 'Sea-wanderer', one of the three mariners who accompanied Eärendil on his voyages. 307SIndex of Names
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sindarinaersea+gaeraerinAerin: A kinswoman of Húrin in Dor-lómin; taken as wife by Brodda the Easterling; aided Morwen after the Nirnaeth Arnoediad. 243, 264SIndex of Names
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sindarinaerseabelegaergreat seaBelegaer: 'The Great Sea' of the West, between Middle-earth and Aman. Named Belegaer 32, 100, 295; but very frequently called the (Great) Sea, also the Western Sea and the Great Water.SIndex of Names
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sindarinaeth[plural]*nirnaeth arnoediadtears without reckoningar-: 'beside, outside' (whence Quenya ar 'and', Sindarin a), probably in Araman 'outside Aman'; cf. also (Nirnaeth) Arnoediad '(Tears) without reckoning'.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaewebirdlinaewenLinaewen: 'Lake of birds', the great mere in Nevrast. 141SIndex of Names
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sindarinaewenbirds, small, ofaiwelinaewenmere of small birds*lin: (1) 'pool, mere' in Linaewen (which contains aew [Quenya aiwe] 'small bird'), Teiglin; cf. aelin.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaewenbirds, oflinaewenLinaewen: 'Lake of birds', the great mere in Nevrast. 141SIndex of Names
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sindarinagpass*aglonthe narrow passAglon: 'The Narrow Pass', between Dorthonion and the heights to the west of Himring. 147, 161, 183-4SIndex of Names
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sindarinagaradagastRadagast: One of the Istari (Wizards). 372, 375SIndex of Names
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sindarinagaragarwaenblood stainedAgarwaen: 'Blood-stained', name given to himself by Túrin when he came to Nargothrond. 257SIndex of Names
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sindarinagastradagastRadagast: One of the Istari (Wizards). 372, 375SIndex of Names
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sindarinaglagloryaglargloryaglar: 'glory, brilliance' in Dagor Aglareb, Aglarond. The form in Quenya, alkar, has transposition of the consonants: to Sindarin aglareb corresponds Alkarinquë. The root is kal- 'shine', q.v.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglabrillianceaglaraglarebbrillianceaglar: 'glory, brilliance' in Dagor Aglareb, Aglarond. The form in Quenya, alkar, has transposition of the consonants: to Sindarin aglareb corresponds Alkarinquë. The root is kal- 'shine', q.v.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglabrillianceaglaraglarondbrilliant cavern*glittering cavern+aglar: 'glory, brilliance' in Dagor Aglareb, Aglarond. The form in Quenya, alkar, has transposition of the consonants: to Sindarin aglareb corresponds Alkarinquë. The root is kal- 'shine', q.v.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglabrillianceaglaraglarondbrilliant cavern*glittering cavern+rond: meant a vaulted or arched roof, or a large hall or chamber so roofed; so Nargothrond (see ost), Hadhodrond, Aglarond. It could be applied to the heavens, hence the name Elrond 'star-dome'.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglagloryaglardagor aglarebaglar: 'glory, brilliance' in Dagor Aglareb, Aglarond. The form in Quenya, alkar, has transposition of the consonants: to Sindarin aglareb corresponds Alkarinquë. The root is kal- 'shine', q.v.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglaglory*dagor aglarebDagor Aglareb: 'The Glorious Battle', third of the great battles in the Wars of Beleriand. 135-6, 139, 149SIndex of Names
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sindarinaglarbrillianceaglarbrillianceaglar: 'glory, brilliance' in Dagor Aglareb, Aglarond. The form in Quenya, alkar, has transposition of the consonants: to Sindarin aglareb corresponds Alkarinquë. The root is kal- 'shine', q.v.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglargloryaglargloryaglar: 'glory, brilliance' in Dagor Aglareb, Aglarond. The form in Quenya, alkar, has transposition of the consonants: to Sindarin aglareb corresponds Alkarinquë. The root is kal- 'shine', q.v.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglarbrilliancegalaglarbrilliancekal': '(gal-) This root, meaning 'shine', appears in Calacirya, Calaquendi, Tar-Calion; galvorn, Gil-galad, Galadriel. The last two names have no connexion with Sindarin galadh tree', although in the case of Galadriel such a connexion was often made, and the name altered to Galadhriel. In the High-elven speech her name was Al(a)táriel, derived from alata 'radiance' (Sindarin galad) and riel 'garlanded maiden' (from a root rig- 'twine, wreathe'): the whole meaning 'maiden crowned with a radiant garland', referring to her hair. calen (galen) 'green' is etymologically 'bright', and derives from this root; see also aglar.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglarebbrilliant*aglardagor aglarebaglar: 'glory, brilliance' in Dagor Aglareb, Aglarond. The form in Quenya, alkar, has transposition of the consonants: to Sindarin aglareb corresponds Alkarinquë. The root is kal- 'shine', q.v.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinaglarebgloriousdagor aglarebDagor Aglareb: 'The Glorious Battle', third of the great battles in the Wars of Beleriand. 135-6, 139, 149SIndex of Names
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sindarinagornaragornAragorn: The thirty-ninth Heir of Isildur in the direct line; King of the reunited realms of Arnor and Gondor after the War of the Ring; wedded Arwen, daughter of Elrond. 377. Called the Heir of Isildur 377SIndex of Names
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sindarinagundbaragundBaragund: Father of Morwen the wife of Húrin; nephew of Barahir and one of his twelve companions on Dorthonion. 177, 187, 194, 242, 311SIndex of Names
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adûnaicaic-ishadûnaiclanguage of Númennor*andúnë: 'sunset, west' in Andúnië, to which corresponds in Sindarin annun, cf. Annúminas, and Henneth Annun 'window of the sunset' in Ithilien. The ancient root of these words, ndu, meaning 'down, from on high', appears also in Quenya numen 'the way of the sunset, west' and in Sindarin dun 'west', cf. Dúnedain, Adûnaic adun in Adunakhôr, Anadûnë was a loan from Eldarin speech.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaaikafellaikanárofell firenár: 'fire' in Narsil, Narya; present also in the original forms of Aegnor (Aikanáro 'Sharp Flame' or 'Fell Fire') and Fëanor (Feanaro 'Spirit of Fire'). The Sindarin form was naur, as in Sammath Naur, the Chambers of Fire in Orodruin. Derived from the same ancient root (a)nar was the name of the Sun, Quenya Anar (also in Anárion), Sindarin Anor (cf. Minas Anor, Anorien).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaaikasharpaikanárosharp flamenár: 'fire' in Narsil, Narya; present also in the original forms of Aegnor (Aikanáro 'Sharp Flame' or 'Fell Fire') and Fëanor (Feanaro 'Spirit of Fire'). The Sindarin form was naur, as in Sammath Naur, the Chambers of Fire in Orodruin. Derived from the same ancient root (a)nar was the name of the Sun, Quenya Anar (also in Anárion), Sindarin Anor (cf. Minas Anor, Anorien).SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaainholyainaainaholyaina: 'holy' in Ainur, Ainulindalë.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaainholyainaainulindalëmusic of the Ainur*aina: 'holy' in Ainur, Ainulindalë.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaainholy*ainuangainorAngainor: The chain wrought by Aulë with which Melkor was twice bound. 52, 312SIndex of Names
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sindarinainholy+angainoranga: 'iron', Sindarin ang, in Angainor, Angband, Anghabar, Anglachel, Angrist, Angrod, Anguirel, Gurthang; angren 'of iron' in Angrenost, plural engrin in Ered Engrin.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaainaholyainaholyaina: 'holy' in Ainur, Ainulindalë.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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sindarinainorholy, that which is*angainoranga: 'iron', Sindarin ang, in Angainor, Angband, Anghabar, Anglachel, Angrist, Angrod, Anguirel, Gurthang; angren 'of iron' in Angrenost, plural engrin in Ered Engrin.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaainuholy one*ainaainulindalëmusic of the Ainur*aina: 'holy' in Ainur, Ainulindalë.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaainuholly one*ainulindalëmusic of the Ainur*lin-: (2) This root, meaning 'sing, make a musical sound', occurs in Ainulindalë, Laurelin, Lindar, Lindon, Ered Lindon, lómelindi.SElements in Quenya and Sindarin Names
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quenyaainuholy oneainuholy oneAinur: 'The Holy Ones' (singular Ainu)', the first beings created by Ilúvatar, the 'order' of the Valar and Maiar, made before E‰. 3-9, 18, 21, 41, 44, 58, 121, 251, 288SIndex of Names
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quenyaainuholy oneainulindalëthe music of the ainurAinulindalë: 'The Music of the Ainur', also called The (Great) Music, The (Great) Song. 3-9, 18, 21, 37-8, 43-4, 50, 74, 121, 251. Also the name of the account of Creation said to have been composed by Rúmil of Tirion in the Elder Days. 82SIndex of Names
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quenyaainurholy onesainurholy onesAinur: 'The Holy Ones' (singular Ainu)', the first beings created by Ilúvatar, the 'order' of the Valar and Maiar, made before E‰. 3-9, 18, 21, 41, 44, 58, 121, 251, 288SIndex of Names
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