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Abonnen pn. “After-born” ⇐ *ab + *onnen
Achad Tarlang loc. “Tarlang’s Neck”achad + Tarlang
Adanedhel m. “Elf-man”Adan + Edhel
Adanel f.Adan + -iel¹
Adurant loc. “Double Stream”adu + rant
Aeglos pn. “Snow-point” ⇐ *aeg + loss¹
Aegnor m. “Fell Fire, Sharp Flame” ⇐ *aeg + naur
Aelin-uial loc. “Meres of Twilight” ⇐ *ael (plural) + uial
Aeluin loc. “*Blue Lake” ⇐ *ael + luin
Aerandir m. “Sea-wanderer”gaear? + randir
Aerennel m.
Agarwaen m. “Blood-stained” ⇐ *agar + *gwaen (soft-mutation)
Aglarond loc. “Glittering Cavern”aglar + rond
Aglon loc. “Narrow Pass”agor + lond
Aiglos pn. see S. Aeglos
Alphros pn.alph + ross¹
Amarthan m. “Fated One”amarth
Amin m.Hope
Amlaith m. ⇐ *am? + ?
Amon Amarth loc. “Mount Doom, (lit.) Hill of Doom”amon + amarth
Amon Anwar loc. “Hill of Awe”amon + anwar
Amon Carab loc. “Hill of the Hat”amon + carab
Amon Darthir loc.amon + dartha-?
Amon Dîn loc. “Silent Hill”amon + dîn¹
Amon Ereb loc. “Lonely Hill”amon + ereb
Amon Ethir loc. “Hill of Spies”amon + #ethir²
Amon Gwareth loc.amon + G. gwareth?
Amon Hen loc. “Hill of Sight, (lit.) Hill of the Eye”amon + hen
Amon Lanc loc. “Naked Hill”amon + lanc¹
Amon Lhaw loc. “Hill of Hearing, (lit.) *Hill of Ears”amon + lheweg (dual)
Amon Obel loc.amon + Ed. obel
Amon Rûdh loc. “Bald Hill”amon + rûdh
Amon Sûl loc. “Weathertop, (lit.) Hill of the Wind”amon + sûl¹
Amon Tirith loc. “Hill of Guard”
Amon Uilos loc. “Hill of Ever-snow”amon + Uilos
Amras m. “Top-russet” ⇐ *am + ross²
Amrod m. “*High and Lofty” ⇐ *am + raud¹
Amroth m. “upclimber, high climber” ⇐ *am + √RATH
Amrothos m.Amroth
Anach loc. “?Long Neck”and? + ach¹?
Anborn m.
Ancalagon m. “Biting-Storm”anc + alagos
Andram loc. “Long Wall”and + ram
Andras loc. “Long Cape”and + ras(t)
Andrast loc. “Long Cape”and + ras(t)
Andrath loc. “Long Climb”and + rath
Andreth f. “*Patience”andreth
Androth loc. “*Long Cave”and + groth (soft-mutation)
Anduin loc. “Great River, (lit.) Long River”and + duin
Anfalas loc. “Langstrand, (lit.) Long Beach”and + falas
Anfang pn. “Longbeard”and + fang
Anfauglir m. “Jaws of Thirst”anc + faug + ?
Anfauglith loc. “Gasping Dust” ⇐ ?an-¹ + faug + lith
Angast loc. “Long Cape”
Angband loc. “Iron Prison”ang + band
Angbor m. “*Iron-fist”ang + paur (soft-mutation)
Angerthas Daeron pn. “Angerthas of Daeron”angerthas + Daeron
Angerthas Moria pn. “Angerthas of Moria”angerthas + Moria
Anghabar loc. “Iron-delvings”ang + *sabar (soft-mutation)
Anglachel pn. “*Iron-of-the-flaming-star”ang + lach + êl
Angmar loc. “*Iron Home”
Angolodh m. “The Noldo”? + Golodh
Angren loc. “Isen, (lit.) Iron”angren
Angrenost loc. “Isengard, (lit.) Iron Fortress”angren + ost
Angrist pn. “Iron-cleaver”ang + crist (soft-mutation)
Angrod m. “*Iron Champion”ang + raud¹
Angruin m. “Iron Fire”ang + ruin
Anguirel pn. “*Iron-of-the-fiery-star”ang + ?uir¹ + êl
Annael m.
Annon-in-Gelydh loc. “Gate of the Noldor”annon + (plural) + Golodh (nasal-mutation plural)
Ann-thennath pn. “*Long-shorts”and + thent + -ath
Annúminas loc. “Tower of the West”annûn + minas
Annúnaid pn. “Westron”annûn + ?
Anórien loc. “Sunlending, (lit.) *Sun-lands”Anor + -ian (plural)
Aphadon pn. “Men, (lit.) Followers”
Aradan m. “*Noble-man”ar(a)- + Adan
Arador m. “*Noble-lord”ar(a)- + -dor?
Araglas m. “*Royal-joy”ar(a)- + glass?
Aragorn m. “Revered King, Kingly Valour”ar(a)- + gorn¹
Aragost m.ar(a)- + gost?
Arahad m.ar(a)- + sad? (soft-mutation)
Arahael m.ar(a)- + *sael
Aramund m. “Kingly Bull”ar(a)- + mund
Aranarth m.aran + ?
Aran Einior pn. “Elder King, Manwë”
Aranel m.aran? + †Ell?
Aranrúth pn. “King’s Ire”aran + rûth
Aranuir m.aran? + uir²?
Araphant m.aran? + *pant? (nasal-mutation)
Araphor m.aran? + paur? (nasal-mutation)
Arassuil m.ar(a)- + ?
Arathorn m. “Steadfast King”ar(a)- + thorn
Arathornion m. “*Son of Arathorn”Arathorn + ion
Araval m.ar(a)- + malt? (soft-mutation)
Aravir m.ar(a)- + mîr
Aravorn m.ar(a)- + morn
Araw m. “Oromë”
Ard-galen loc. “Green Region”gardh + calen (soft-mutation)
Ardhon loc. “The World”gardh + -on²
Aredhel f. “Noble Elf”ar(a)- + Edhel
Aredhel² pn. “Noble Elf”ar(a)- + Edhel
Ar-Feiniel f. “White Lady”ar(a)- + fain + -iel¹
Argeleb m.ar(a)- + celeb (soft-mutation)
Argon m.ar(a)- + -gon
Argonath loc. “Pillars of the Kings, (lit.) Royal Stones”ar(a)- + gond + -ath
Argonui m.ar(a)- + caun¹ + -ui
Arminas m. “?Noble Tower”ar(a)- + minas
Arnen loc. “Beside the Water” ⇐ Q. ar- + nen
Arnor loc. “Royal Land”ar(a)- + dôr
Arodreth pn. “Noble Endurance”
Aros loc.
Arossiach loc. “Ford(s) of Aros”Aros + iach
Arothir m. “Noble Lord”arod + hîr
Arroch m. “*Noble-horse”ar(a)- + roch
Arthad m.
Arthedain loc. “*Realm of the Edain”arthor + Adan (plural)
Arthórien loc. “Hidden Realm”
Arthor na Challonnas loc. “Realm of the South-harbourage”
Arthor na Forlonnas loc. “Realm of the North-harbourage”
Arvedui m. “Last-king”ar(a)- + medui (soft-mutation)
Arvegil m.ar(a)- + megil
Arveleg m.ar(a)- + beleg (soft-mutation)
Arwen f. “Noble Maiden”ar(a)- + gwend¹ (soft-mutation)
Ascar loc. “rushing, impetious”asgar
Asfaloth m. “Sunlit Foam” ⇐ ?ast¹ + faloth
Astoreth f.astor + -eth
Astoron m.astor + -on¹
Athrad Angren loc. “Ford of Isen”
Athrad Dhaer loc. “Great Ford”
Athrad i-Negyth loc. “Ford of the Dwarves”
Avon loc. “Unmarred State”
Balannor loc. “Land of the Valar”Balan + dôr (nasal-mutation)
Balar loc.
Balchoth coll. “*Horrible-horde” ⇐ Wes. balc + hoth
Balrog pn. “Demon of Might”
Barad-dûr loc. “Dark Tower”barad¹ + dûr
Barad Eithel loc. “Tower of the Well”barad¹ + eithel
Barad Nimras loc. “White Horn Tower”barad¹ + nim + rass
Baragund m. “*Fiery-prince”bara + ^†cund (soft-mutation)
Barahir m. “*Fiery-lord”bara + hîr
Baranduin loc. “Brandywine, (lit.) Brown River”baran + duin
Baranor m. “?Eager Fire”bara + naur
Baravorn m. “Hamfast”bar + ?avorn
Bar Bëora loc. “House of Bëor”bar + Ed. Bëor (old-genitive) + †-a
Bar-en-Danwedh loc. “House of Ransom”bar + en¹ + danwedh (mixed-mutation)
Bar-en-Nibin-noeg loc. “House of the Petty Dwarves”
Bar Erib loc. “?Lonely House”bar + ereb?
Bar-goll loc. “Hollow Dwelling”
Bar Haleth loc.bar + Ed. Haleth
Bar-in-Gwael loc.
Bar-in-Mŷl loc. “Home of the Gulls”
Barthan m. “World-artificer”bar + *tân (liquid-mutation)
Bauglir [mb-] m. “Constrainer”bauglir
Belair pn. “?Valinorian Elf”
Belecthor m.
Beleg m.beleg
Belegaer loc. “Great Sea”beleg + gaear
#Beleglinn pn.
Belegorn m. “*Great-tree”beleg + orn
Belegost loc. “Mickleburg, (lit.) Great Fortress”beleg + ost
Belegund m. “*Great-prince”beleg + ^†cund (soft-mutation)
Belegûr [mb-] m. “He who arises in Might, (lit.) Mighty Arising”beleg + ✶*ōre
Belegurth m. “Great Death”beleg + gurth
Beleriand loc. “Country of Balar”Balar + †-iand
Belfalas loc. “Shore of Bel” ⇐ Un. Bel + falas
Belthil pn. “Divine Radiance” ⇐ √BAL + √THIL
Belthronding pn.
Beregar m.
Beregond m. “?Valiant Stone”beren? + gond?
Berelach pn.
Beren m. “Bold”beren
Berennyn loc. “Brown Lands”baran (plural) + -ion²? (plural)
Bergil m.
Berúthiel f. “?Angry-queen”bereth? + rûth? + -iel¹?
Boldog m.
Bór m. “*Faithful”bôr
Borgil pn. “Red-star”
Borlach m. “?Steadfast-flame”bôr + lach?
Borlad m.bôr + ?
Borlas m.
Boromir m. “?Steadfast-jewel”bôr? + Q. mírë?
Borondir m. “?Steadfast-man” ⇐ OS. boron? + dîr¹
Borthand m. “*Steadfast-intelligence”bôr + ^hand
Brandir m. “*Noble Man”brand¹ + dîr¹
Bregalad m. “Quickbeam; (lit.) Quick (Lively) Tree”bregol + galadh
Bregolas m. “*Fierceness”bregolas
Brethil loc.brethil¹
Brilthor loc. “Glittering Torrent” ⇐ ?bril + thórod
Brithiach loc. “*Gravel Ford”brith + iach
Brithombar loc. “*Brithon Home”Brithon + bar (nasal-mutation)
Brithon loc. “Pebbly” ⇐ ?brithon
Bronwë m. “*Endurance” ⇐ √BOR(ON) + -weg
Bruinen loc. “Loudwater” ⇐ *brui + nen
Cabed-en-Aras loc. “Deer’s Leap”
Cabed Naeramarth loc. “Leap of Dreadful Doom”cabed + naer + amarth
Cair Andros loc. “Ship of Long Foam”cair + and + ross¹
Calben pn. “*Light One”calad + pen² (soft-mutation)
Calembel loc. “Greenham”calen + pêl (soft-mutation)
Calenardhon loc. “Green Province”calen + gardh + -ion²
Calenhad loc. “Green Space”calen + sad (soft-mutation)
Camlost m. “Empty-handed”cam + *lost
Carach Angren loc. “Isenmouthe, (lit.) Iron Jaws”carach + angren
Caradhras loc. “Redhorn”caran + rass
Caragdûr loc. “*Dark-spike”carag + dûr
Caran-rass loc. “Redhorn”caran + rass
Caranthir m. “Red-face”caran + thîr
Caras Galadhon loc. “City of the Trees”caras + galadh
Caras i-Ngelaidh loc. “City of the Trees”
Carcharoth m. “Red Maw, ?(lit.) Great Red Fang”carch + caran + -oth
Carchost loc. “Fang Fort”
Cardolan loc. “?Red Hill Land”caran? + dol(l)? + -ian?
Carn Dûm loc. “?Red Valley”caran? + tum? (soft-mutation)
Carnen loc. “Redwater”caran + nen
Celduin loc. “River Running” ⇐ √KEL + duin
Celebdil loc. “Silvertine”celeb + till (soft-mutation)
Celeborn¹ m. “*Silver Tall”celeb + ✶ornā
Celeborn² pn. “Tree of Silver”celeb + orn
Celebrant loc. “Silverlode, Silver-course”celeb + rant
Celebrían f. “Silver-queen”celeb + *rían
Celebrimbor m. “Silver-fist”celebrin + paur (soft-mutation)
Celebrindal f. “Silverfoot”celebrin + tâl (soft-mutation)
Celebrindor m. “*Silver-lord”celebrin + -dor
Celebros loc. “Silver Foam, Silver Rain”celeb + ross¹
Celegorm m. see NS. Celegorm
Celepharn m.
Celon loc. “stream flowing down from heights”
Celos loc.
Cerin Amroth loc. “Amroth’s Mound”cerin + Amroth
Certhas Daeron pn. “Daeron’s Runes”certhas + Daeron
Círdan m. “Shipwright”círdan
Ciril loc.
Cirion m.
Cirith Dúath loc. “Shadow Cleft”cirith + dúath
Cirith Forn en Andrath loc. “High-Climbing Pass of the North”cirith + forn + en¹ + Andrath
Cirith Gorgor loc. “Haunted Pass”
Cirith Ninniach loc. “Rainbow Cleft”cirith + ninniach
Cirith Thoronath loc. “Eagles’ Cleft”cirith + thoron (class-plural)
Cirith Ungol loc. “Cleft of the Spider”
Côf Belfalas loc.Bay of Belfalas
Côf Gwaeren Bel loc.Windy Bay of Bel
Cordof m. “Pippin”
Cormallen loc. “Golden Circle”cor + mallen
Crissaegrim loc. “*Cleft Mountain Peaks”criss + *aeg + -rim
Cûl Bîn loc. “Little Load”
Cûl Veleg loc. “Bigload”
Curufin m. “*Skilled-Finwë”curu + fin
Curunír m. “Man of Skill”curunír
Curunír ’Lân m. “Saruman the White”
Cúthalion m. “Strongbow” + thalion
Daeron m.daer¹ + -on¹
Dagmor pn. “?Slayer of Darkness” ⇐ *dag-? + môr?
Dagnir [nd-] m. “*Slayer”dagnir
Dagor Aglareb pn. “Glorious Battle”dagor + aglareb
Dagor Arnediad pn. “Battle of Unnumbered Tears”dagor + arnediad
Dagor Bragollach pn. “Battle of Sudden Flame”dagor + bragollach
Dagor Dagorath pn. “*Battle of All Battles”dagor + dagor (class-plural)
Dagorlad loc. “Battle-plain”dagor + lad
Dagorlind m. “Singer in Battle”dagor + lind¹
Dagor-nuin-Giliath pn. “Battle-under-Stars”dagor + nu + (plural) + gil (nasal-mutation class-plural)
Dairuin m.
Dalath Dirnen loc. “Guarded Plain”
Damrod m.
Danathrim coll. “Danians”
Danedhel [nd-] pn.dan + Edhel
Danwaith coll.dan + gwaith (soft-mutation)
Daur m. “Frodo”
Deldúwath loc. “Deadly Nightshade, (lit.) Horror of Night-shadow”del + + gwath¹ (soft-mutation)
Denethor m.
Derufin m.
Dervorin m.
Dimbar loc. “*Sad Home”dem + bar
Dimrost loc. “Rainy Stair”
Dior m.
Dírhael m. “*Wise Man”dîr¹ + *sael (soft-mutation)
Dol Amroth loc. “*Hill of Amroth”dol(l) + Amroth
Dol Baran loc. “*Bare Hill”dol(l) + paran (soft-mutation)
Dol Guldur loc. “Hill of Sorcery”dol(l) + guldur
Dolmed loc. “Wet Head”dol(l) + ?mêd(h)
Dol Tarlang loc. “Tarlang’s Head”
Dor Caranthir loc. “Land of Caranthir”dôr + Caranthir
Dor-Cúarthol loc. “Land of Bow and Helm”dôr + + + thôl
Dor Daedeloth loc. “Land of Great Dread; Land of Shadow of Horror”dôr + daer¹ + deloth
Dor Dínen loc. “Silent Land”dôr + dínen
Dor-en-Ernil loc. “Land of the Prince”
Dor Firn-i-Guinar loc. “Land of the Dead that Live”
Dorgannas Iaur pn. “[Account of the] Shapes of the Lands of Old”
Dor Gyrth i Chuinar loc. “Land of the Dead that Live”
Dor Haeron pn.
Doriath loc. “Land of the Fence”dôr + iâth
Dor i Thuin loc.dôr +
Dor Lindon loc.
Dor-lómin loc. see NS. Dor-lómin
Dorloven loc. “*Echoing Land”
Dor-na-Daerachas loc. “Land of Great Dread”dôr + na² + daer¹ (nasal-mutation) + ?
Dor-nu-Fauglith loc. “Land under Choaking Ash”dôr + nu + faug + lith
Dor-Rodyn loc. “*Land of the Valar”
Dorthonion loc. “Land of Pines”dôr + thôn + -ion²?
Dorwinion loc. “Young-land country, land of Gwinion”dôr + Gwinion
Draugluin m. “*Blue (Were)wolf”draug + luin
Drengist loc.
Drû pn. “Wose”
Drúadan pn. “Wose, (lit.) Wild-man”Drû + Adan
Drûn loc.
Drúnos pn. “a family of the Drû-folk”Drû + nos(s)
Drúwaith loc. “the wilderness of the Drû-folk”Drû + gwaith
Drúwaith Iaur loc. “Old Púkel-land”Drúwaith + iaur
Duilin m.
Duilwen loc. “*Fresh-river”
Duin Dhaer loc.
Duinhir m. “*River Lord”duin + hîr
Dúnadan pn. “Man of the West”dûn + Adan
Dúnedhel pn. “West-Elf”dûn + Edhel
Durthang loc. “Dark Oppression”dûr + thang
Echad i Sedryn loc. “Camp of the Faithful”
Echil coll. “Followers”
Echoriath loc. “Encircling Mountains, (lit.) Encircling Fence”echor + iâth
Ecthelion m. “?One with Sharp Will” ⇐ *aeg + thel- + -on¹
Edenedair coll. “Fathers of Men”Adan (plural) + adar (plural)
Edennil m. “Friend of Men”Adan (plural) + *-dil
Edhelharn m. “Elfstone”Edhel + sarn (soft-mutation)
Edhellond loc. “Elf-haven”Edhel + lond
Edhellos f. “Elven-flower”Edhel + loth
Edrahil m.
Egalmoth m. ⇐ *aeg + amloth
Egladil loc. “Elven-point” ⇐ †Eglan + till (soft-mutation)
Eglador loc. “Land of the Eglir (Forsaken)” ⇐ †Eglan (prefix) + dôr
Eglahir loc. “*Elf-river” ⇐ †Eglan (prefix) + sîr (soft-mutation)
Eglamar loc. “Home of the Eglain” ⇐ †Eglan + bar
Eglan pn. “Forsaken (Elf)”eglan
Eglarest loc. “*Forsaken Cut” ⇐ †Eglan (prefix) + ^rest
Eirien f. “Daisy”
Eithel Ivrin loc. “Ivrin’s Well”eithel + Ivrin
Eithel Sirion loc. “Well of Sirion”eithel + Sirion
Eladar m. “Starfather”êl + adar
Elanor f.elanor
Elbereth f. “Queen of Stars, (lit.) Star-queen”êl + bereth
Eledhwen f. “Elfsheen, Elven-fair” ⇐ †Eledh + √GWEN
Elladan m. “Elf-man”
Elphir m.alph (plural) + hîr
Elrenniel f. “Arwen; (lit.) *Elrond-daughter”Elrond + -iel¹
Elrohir m. “Elf-knight”
Elrond m. “Star-dome”êl + rond
Elrondhel f.Elrond + #sell
Elros m. “Star-foam”êl + ross¹
Elu m.êl + -u
Eluchíl m. “Thingol’s Heir, (lit.) Heir of Elu”Elu + *hîl (soft-mutation)
Elulin f.Elu + lind¹
Eluréd m. “Heir of Elu (Thingol)”
Elurín m. “Remembrance of Elu”
Eluwaith coll.Elu + gwaith (soft-mutation)
Elvellyn coll. “Elf-friends, Elf-lovers”
Elwing f. “Star-spray”êl + gwing (soft-mutation)
Emeldir f. “Manhearted, *Manly-mother”emel + dîr¹
Emyn Arnen loc. “Hills of Arnen”amon (plural) + Arnen
Emyn Beraid loc. “Tower Hills”amon (plural) + barad¹ (plural)
Emyn Duir loc. “Dark Mountains”
Emyn Eglain loc. “Hills of Eglamar”
Emyn Gwahaedir loc.*Hills of the Palantíramon (plural) + Gwahaedir
Emyn Hen Dúnadan loc.*Hills of the Eye of the Dúnadan
Emyn Muil loc. “Drear Hills”
Emyn-nu-Fuin loc. “Mountains of Mirkwood, (lit.) Mountains under Night”
Emyn Uial loc. “Hills of Evendim”
Ened loc.
Enedwaith pn. “Middle-region, Middle-folk”enedh + gwaith
Enerdhil m.
Ennor loc. “Middle-earth”
Ennorath loc. “(All) the Middle-lands”Ennor + -ath
Ephel Brandir loc. “Encircling Fence of Brandir”ephel + Brandir
Ephel Dúath loc. “Mountains of Shadow; (lit.) Fence of Shadow”ephel + dúath
Eradan m.er + Adan
Erchamion m. “One-handed”er + cam (liquid-mutation) + -on¹
Erchirion pn.er + hîr (liquid-mutation) + -ion¹
Erebor loc. “Lonely Mountain”ereb + orod
Ered Engrin loc. “Iron Mountains”orod (plural) + angren (plural)
Ered Gorgoroth loc. “Mountains of Terror”orod (plural) + Gorgoroth
Ered Lindon loc. “Mountains of Lindon”orod (plural) + Lindon
Ered Lithui loc. “Ashen Mountains”orod (plural) + lithui
Ered Lómin loc. see NS. Ered Lómin
Ered Luin loc. “Blue Mountains”orod (plural) + luin
Ered Mithrin loc. “Grey Mountains”orod (plural) + #mithren (plural)
Ered Nimrais loc. “White Mountains, (lit.) White-horns Mountains”orod (plural) + nimras (plural)
Ered Wethrin loc. “Mountains of Shadow, (lit.) Shadowy Mountains”orod (plural) + gwathren (soft-mutation plural)
Eregion loc. “Hollin, (lit.) Holly-region”ereg + -ion²
Ereinion m. “Scion of Kings”aran (plural) + -ion¹
Erellont m.
Eressai loc.
Erestor m.
Eriador loc. “Lonely Land” ⇐ ✶eryā + dôr
Erien pn.er? + -ien?
Ernil i Pheriannath pn. “Prince of the Halflings”ernil + (plural elided) + Perian (nasal-mutation class-plural)
Eruchîn coll. “Children of Eru (God)” ⇐ Q. Eru + hên (soft-mutation plural)
Erui loc.er + -ui
Eryd Echor loc. “Encircling Mountains”
Eryd Lammad loc. “*Echoing Mountains”
Eryd-wethion loc. “Mountains of the Region of Shadows”orod (plural) + gwath¹ (soft-mutation) + -ion²
Eryn Fuir loc.North Wood
Eryn Galen loc. “Greenwood”
Eryn Lasgalen loc. “Greenwood the Great, (lit.) Wood of Greenleaves”eryn + lass + calen (soft-mutation)
Eryn Vorn loc. “Dark Wood”
Esgalduin loc. “River under Veil, River under Shade”esgal + duin
Esgaliant loc. “Bridge of Esgalduin”esgal + iant¹
Estel m. “Hope”estel
Estolad loc. “Encampment”estolad
Ethir Anduin loc. “Mouths of Anduin”
Ethraid Engrin loc. “Fords of Isen”
Ethraid Erui pn. “Crossings of Erui”athrad (plural) + Erui
Ethring loc. “*Across Cold”ath-² + ring
Faelivrin f. “*Gleaming of Ivrin” ⇐ *fael¹ + Ivrin
Faenor m. “Spirit of Fire”fae + naur
Falas loc. “Western Shore, (lit.) Coast”
Falathar m.falas + ?
Falathren pn. “Shore-language”falas + *-ren
Falathrim coll. “Elves of the Falas, Wave-folk”falas + -rim
Fangorn m. “Treebeard”fang + orn
Fanuidhol loc. “Cloudyhead”fanui + dol(l) (soft-mutation)
Fanuilos pn. “Bright (Angelic) Figure upon Uilos”fân + ui¹ + loss¹
Faramir m.
Fëanor m. “Spirit of Fire” ⇐ Q. fëa + naur
Felagon m. “*Fair-minded Lord”
Felagund m. “Lord of Caves; (lit.) Hewer of Caves”feleg + ^†cund (soft-mutation)
Fen Hollen loc. “Closed Door, Shut Door”fen + hollen
Fimbrethil f. “Wandlimb, (lit.) Slender-beech”fim + brethil¹
fin pn. “Finwë”
Finarfin m.fin + ar(a)- + fin
Finbor pn.fin? + paur? (soft-mutation)
Findegil m. “King’s Writer”? + tegil (soft-mutation)
Findor m.fin + -dor
Finduilas f.
Finellach m. “?Flame of Hair and Eye”fîn? + hen? + lach?
Finglas m. “Leaflock”
Fingolfin m.
Fingon m. “Hair Shout”fîn + -gon
Finrod m.fîn + raud¹
**Finu m.
Fíriel f.Feir + -iel¹
Fladrif m. “Skinbark” ⇐ *flâd + *rîf
Foen loc. “Long Sight”foen
Forfalas loc. “North Falas”forn + falas
Forlindon loc. “Lindon north of the Gulf of Lune”forn + Lindon
Forlond loc. “North Haven”forn + lond
Forlonnas loc. “North-harbourage”forn + *lonnas
Fornarthan loc.North Beacon
Fornost loc. “Norbury, (lit.) Northern Fortress”forn + ost
Fornost Erain m. “Norbury of the Kings”Fornost + aran (plural)
Forochel loc. “*Northern Ice”
Forodwaith loc. “North-region, Northmen”forod + gwaith
Fui ’Ngorthrim loc. “Paths of the Dead”
Fuinur m.fuin
Gaerdil m. “*Sea-lover”
Gaerys m. “Ossë” ⇐ *gaer¹ + †Yssi
Galadhon m.galadh + -on¹
Galadhrim coll. “Tree-people”galadh + -rim
Galadlóriel pn. “Golden Rain, (lit.) Golden Tree”galadh + #glóriel
Galador m.galadh + -dor
Galadriel f. “Glittering-garland”galad + -riel
Galadwen f.galadh + gwend¹
Galathil m.
Galathilion pn. “White Tree”galadh + √THIL + -ion¹
Galdor m. ⇐ √GAL¹ + -dor
Garthúrian loc. “Hidden Realm”gardh + thurin + -ian
Gaurwaith pn. “Wolf-men”gaur + gwaith (soft-mutation)
Gelion loc.
Gelir m. “Merry”gell
Gelmir m.gell + mîr
Gil-Amdir pn.gil + amdir
Gilammoth loc.gil + moth
Gilbarad m.gil + barad¹
Gildor m.gil + -dor
Gil-Estel pn. “Star of (High) Hope”gil + estel
Gil-galad m. “Starlight, (lit.) Star of Radiance”gil + galad
Gilmith f. “*Grey Star”gil + mith¹
Gil-Orrain pn. “Star of High Hope”gil + ar(a)- + rain¹
Gilraen f. “*Netted Stars”gil + raen²
Gilrain loc. “*Wandering Star”gil + rain¹
Gilthoniel f. “Star-kindler”gil + √THAN + -iel¹
Ginglith loc.
Gladhwen f. “Laughing Maiden”gladh- + gwend¹ (soft-mutation)
Gladuial loc. “*Twilight Wood”glad + uial (soft-mutation)
Glamdring pn. “Foe-hammer”glamog (plural) + *dring
Glamhoth coll. “Orcs, (lit.) Din-horde, Host of Tumult”glam + hoth
Glanduin loc. “Border-river”gland + duin
Glanhír loc. “Boundary Stream”gland + sîr (soft-mutation)
Glaurung m. “Gold-worm”glaur + ?
Glewellin pn. “Song of Gold” ⇐ †glawar + lind¹
Glindûr m. “*Dark Glance”glîn(n) + dûr
Glingal pn. “Hanging Flame”gling- + √KAL
Glinnel pn. “*Singer-elf”lind¹ + †Ell
Glirhuin m.glir- + ?
Glithui loc.
Glóredhel f. “*Golden Elf”glaur + Edhel
Glorfindel m. “Golden-hair”glaur + †findel
Glorfinniel f. “Goldilocks”glaur + find + -iel¹
Glórindol m. “Goldenhead” ⇐ *glórin + dol(l) (soft-mutation)
Glornan loc. “Valley of Gold(en Light)”glaur + nan(d)
Gódhel pn. “(Exiled) Noldo”
Goenor m. “Fell Fire”
Golodhbaeth pn. “*Noldor-speech”
Gondolin loc. “Hidden Rock, (originally) Singing Stone”gond + dolen
Gondolindrim coll. “People of Gondolin”Gondolin + -rim
Gondor loc. “Stone-land”gond + dôr
**Gon(g)lin loc. “Singing Stone, Stone of Music”
Gonnhirrim coll. “Masters of Stone”gond + hîr + -rim
Gorgoroth loc. “Valley of Terror”
Goro[...]thress loc.
Gorthaur m. “?Mist of Fear”
Gorthol m. “Dread Helm”gor + thôl
Gothmog m.
Grond pn. “Hammer of the Underworld”grond
Guilin m.
Gundor m.
Gurthang pn. “Iron of Death”gurth + ang
Gwahaedir pn. “?Far Watcher” ⇐ *gwahae + #tir- (soft-mutation)
Gwaihir m. “Windlord”gwae(w) + hîr
Gwaith-i-Mírdain pn. “People of the Jewel Smiths”gwaith + (plural) + #mírdan (plural)
Gwanwen pn. “Departed”
Gwathir loc. “River of Shadow”gwath¹ + sîr (soft-mutation)
Gwathló loc. “Greyflood”gwath¹ + (h)lô
Gwathuirim coll. “Dunlendings” ⇐ *gwathui + -rim
Gwindor m.
Gwingloth pn. “Foam-flower”gwing + loth
Gwinion loc. “Young-land” ⇐ *gwain¹ + -ion²
Hadhodrond loc. “Dwarrowdelf, (lit.) Dwarrowvault”Hadhod + rond
Hador m.hador
Haerast loc. “Far Shore”hae + ras(t)
Halbarad m.hall²? + barad¹?
Haldir m.hall¹ + dîr¹
Halethrim pn. “People of Haleth” ⇐ Ed. Haleth + -rim
Hallas m.
#Hallonnas loc. “South-harbourage”harn¹ + *lonnas
Handir m. ⇐ ^hand + dîr¹
Harad loc. “The South”harad
Haradrim coll. “Southrons, (lit.) People of the Harad”harad + -rim
Haradwaith pn. “South-folk, the Harad”harad + gwaith (soft-mutation)
Harathrad loc. “South Ford”harn¹ + athrad
Harfalas loc. “South Falas”harn¹ + falas
Harlindon loc. “Lindon south of the Gulf of Lune”harn¹ + Lindon
Harlond loc. “South Haven”harn¹ + lond
Harnen loc. “*South Water”harn¹ + nen
Harondor loc. “Southern Gondor”harn¹ + Gondor (soft-mutation)
Hathaldir m.? + dîr¹
Hathol m. “The Axe”hathol
Hatholdir m. “*Axe-man”hathol + dîr¹
Haudh-en-Arwen loc. “Ladybarrow”haudh + en¹ + Arwen
Haudh-en-Ellas loc.
Haudh-en-Elleth loc. “Mound of the Elf-maid”haudh + en¹ + Elleth
Haudh-en-Ndengin loc. “Hill of Slain, (lit.) Mound of the Slain”haudh + en¹ + dangen (mixed-mutation plural)
Haudh-en-Nirnaeth loc. “Mound of Tears”haudh + en¹ + nirnaeth
Haudh in Gwanûr loc. “*Burial Mound of the Twins”
Helevorn loc. “Black Glass”heledh + morn (soft-mutation)
Henderch m.
Henneth Annûn loc. “Window of the Sunset”henneth + annûn
Herion m.
Himlad loc. “Cool Plain; (lit.) ?Ever-plain”him² + lad
Himring loc. “Ever-cold”him¹ + ring
Hirgon m.
Hírilorn loc. “Tree of the Lady”híril + orn
Hirluin m.hîr + luin
Hirwen f.hîr + gwend¹
Hithaeglir loc. “Misty Mountains, (lit.) Line of Misty Peaks”hîth + *aeglir
Hithlû loc. “Hithlum”
Hithlum loc. see NS. Hithlum
Huan m. “Great Dog, Hound”
Húrin m.hûr + ind
Húrinien pn. “Children of Húrin”Húrin + ?
Hurinionath coll. “Descendants of Húrin”Húrin + -ion¹ + -ath
Iant Iaur loc. “Old Bridge”iant¹ + iaur
Iarwain m. “Old-young”iaur + *gwain¹ (soft-mutation)
Iarwain Ben-adar m. “Oldest and Fatherless”Iarwain + pen¹ (soft-mutation) + adar
Iathrim coll. “*People of the Fence”iâth + -rim
Îdh f. “Estë, (lit.) Rest, Repose, Peace”îdh
Idril f.
Imlad Morgul loc. “Morgul Vale”imlad + morgul
Imladris loc. “Rivendell, (lit.) Deep Dale of the Cleft”imlad + riss
Imloth Melui loc. “Lovely or Sweet Flower-valley” ⇐ †im³ + loth + melui
Imrath Gondraich loc. “Stonewain Valley”imrath + gond + rasg¹
Ingildon loc. “?”
Inglor m.
Inglorion m. “*Son of Inglor”Inglor + -ion¹
Inias Beleriand pn. “Annals of Beleriand”
Ínias Dor-Rodyn pn. “Annals of Valinor”
Iôn m. “Son”ion
Ioreth f. “Old Woman”iaur + -eth
Iorhael m. “Frodo”iaur + *sael (soft-mutation)
Iorlas m.iaur + lass
Íreth f.
Ithilbor m. “*Moon-fist”Ithil + paur (soft-mutation)
Ithilien loc. “Land of the Moon”Ithil + -ian (plural)
Ithryn Luin pn. “Blue Wizards”
Ivann f. “Fruit-giver”
Ivonwin coll. “Maidens of Yavanna”Ivann + gwend¹ (soft-mutation plural)
Ivorwen f.? + gwend¹ (soft-mutation)
Ivrin loc.
Ivriniel pn.Ivrin + -iel¹
Labadal m. “Hopafoot” ⇐ *laba- + tâl (soft-mutation)
Lachend pn. “Flame-eyed”lach + hen (soft-mutation)
Ladros loc.
Laegel pn. ⇐ †laeg¹ + †Ell
Laegolas m. “Green-foliage”
Laer Cú Beleg pn. “Song of the Great Bow”laer² + + beleg
Lalaith f. “Laughter”lalaith
Lammas pn. “Account of Tongues”lam + *-as
Lammoth loc. “Great Echo”lamm + -oth
Landroval m. “Broad Winged” ⇐ *land¹ + roval
Lanthir Lamath loc. “Waterfall of Echoing Voices”lanthir + lamm (class-plural)
Lasgalen loc. “Green of Leaf”lass + calen (soft-mutation)
Lebennin loc. “Five Rivers”leben + nen (plural)
Lefnui loc. “Fifth”lefnui
Legolas m. see Nan. Legolas
Legolin loc. ⇐ ?legol
Lest Melian pn. “Girdle of Melian”lest + Melian
Levain Tad-dail coll. “Petty Dwarves, (lit.) Two-legged Animals”
Lhûn loc. “Deep of Water”
Limhîr loc. “Clear/Sparkling River” ⇐ *lim² + sîr (soft-mutation)
Limlint loc. “Limlight”lim¹ + glîn(n) (soft-mutation)
Linaewen loc. “Lake of Birds”
Lindedhel pn. “Nandorin Elf”lind¹ + Edhel
Lindel pn. “Nando”lind¹ + †Ell
Lindir m.lind¹ + dîr¹
Lindis f.lind¹ + dîr¹
Lindon loc. “Land of Music”lind¹ + -ion²
Linhir loc. “Fair Stream”
Lisgardh loc. “Land of Reeds”
Lithir loc. “?Ash River”lith? + sîr (soft-mutation)
Lithlad loc. “Plain of Ashes”lith + lad
Lô Dhaer loc.Great Fen
Loeg Ningloron loc. “Gladden Fields” see Nan. Loeg Ningloron
Lond Daer loc. “Great Haven”lond + daer¹
Lond Daer Enedh loc. “Great Middle Haven”lond + daer¹ + enedh
Lórien loc. “*Golden Lands”glaur + -ian (plural)
Lórindol m. “Goldenhead” see S. Glórindol
Losgar loc.
Lossarnach loc. “Flowery Arnarch”loss¹ + Un. Arnach
Lossoth coll. “Snowmen”loss¹ + hoth (soft-mutation)
Lothíriel f.loth + hîr + -iel¹
Lothlann loc. “Wide and Empty” ⇐ *lost + *land¹
Lothlórien loc. “Dreamflower, (lit.) Lórien of the Blossom”loth + Lórien
Lúthien f. “Daughter of Flowers”lûth¹ + -ien
Mablung m. “Heavy Hand”mâb + *lung
Maedhros m. “*Shapely and Red-haired”
Maeglin m. “Sharp Glance”maeg + glîn(n)
Maglor m. “*Forging Gold”
Magor m. “The Sword” ⇐ *magor
Malbeth m. “*Golden Word”malt + peth (soft-mutation)
Malduin loc. “Yellow River” ⇐ √MAL + duin
Malgalad m. “?yellow radiance” ⇐ √MAL + galad
Mallor m. ⇐ √MAL + glaur (suffix)
Malvegil m. “?Sword of Gold”malt + megil (soft-mutation)
Manwe m.
Meiniel f. ⇐ √(A)MAN + -iel¹
Meldis f. “?Beloved Bride” ⇐ #mel- + dîs
Melian f. “Dear Gift”mell + ann
Melthinorn pn. “Tree of Gold”malthen (plural) + orn
Menegroth loc. “Thousand Caves” ⇐ *meneg + groth
Meneldor m. “*Lord of the Heavens”menel + -dor
Menelrond loc. “Heaven-dome”menel + rond
Menelvagor m. “Orion, (lit.) Swordsman of the Sky”menel + *magor (soft-mutation)
Mengas Dûr loc.?Dark Gap in the Waymen² + gas + dûr
Men-i-Naugrim loc. “Dwarf Road, (lit.) Way of the Dwarves”
Mereth Aderthad pn. “Feast of Reuniting”mereth + aderthad
Merethrond pn. “Great Hall of Feasts”mereth + rond
Meril f. “Rose”
Methed-en-Glad loc. “End of the Wood”
Methedras loc. “Last Peak”methed + rass
Methiriad loc. “?End of Two Rivers”meth + sîr (soft-mutation) + †-d
Minas Anor loc. “Tower of the (Setting) Sun”minas + Anor
Minas Ithil loc. “Tower of the (Rising) Moon”minas + Ithil
Minas Morgul loc. “Tower of Sorcery”minas + morgul
Minas Tirith loc. “Tower of Guard”minas + tirith
Mindeb loc.
Mindolluin loc. “Towering Blue-head”minas + dol(l) + luin
Minhiriath loc. “Between the Rivers”mîn (prefix) + sîr (soft-mutation) + -ath (soft-mutation)
Miniel pn. “Vanyar”min² + †Ell
Minlamad Thent pn. “mode of Elvish verse”minlamad + thent
Min-Rimmon loc. “Peak of the Rimmon”
Mitheithel loc. “Hoarwell, (lit.) Grey Spring”mith¹ + eithel
Mithlond loc. “Grey Havens”mith¹ + lond
Mithrandir m. “Grey Pilgrim, Grey Wanderer”mith¹ + randir
Mithrellas f. ⇐ #mithren + lass
Mithrim loc.mith¹ + -rim
Morannon pn. “Black Gate” ⇐ √MOR + annon
Moravar pn. ⇐ √MOR + †Avar
Morben pn. “*Dark-folk”morn + pen² (soft-mutation)
Morbenedh pn. ⇐ √MOR + †penedh (soft-mutation)
Mordor loc. “Black Land”morn + dôr
Morgai loc. “Black Fence”morn + cai (soft-mutation)
Morgoth m. “Black Foe, Dark Foe, Black Enemy” ⇐ √MOR + *coth (soft-mutation)
Morgulduin loc.morgul + duin
Moria loc. “Black Chasm, Black Pit”morn +
Mormegil pn. “Black Sword”morn + megil (nasal-mutation)
Mornan loc. “Dark Valley”morn + nan(d)
Mornedhel pn. “Dark-elf”
Morthond loc. “Blackroot”morn + thond
Morwen f. “Dark Maiden” ⇐ √MOR + gwend¹ (soft-mutation)
Naith loc. “Gore, Triangle”naith
Nan Curunír loc. “Valley of Saruman”nan(d) + Curunír
Nanduhirion loc. “Dimrill Dale, (lit.) Vale of (the Region of) Dim Streams”nan(d) + + sîr (soft-mutation) + -ion²
Nan Dungortheb loc. “Valley of Dreadful Death”nan(d) + donn? + gorthob
Nan Elmoth loc. “*Valley of Starry Dusk”nan(d) + êl + moth
Nan Gondresgion loc. “Stonewain Valley”nan(d) + gond + rasg¹ + -ion²
Nan Laur loc. “Valley of Gold(en Light)”nan(d) + glaur (soft-mutation)
Nan-tathren loc. “Land of Willows, (lit.) Willow-vale”nan(d) + tathren (unmutated)
Narchost loc. “Bitter-biting Fort”
Nardol loc. “Fire-hilltop”naur + dol(l)
Nargothrond loc. “*Underground Fortress of Narog”Narog + othrond
Narog loc.
Nauglamír pn. “Necklace of the Dwarves”naugol + †-a + mîr
Naugrim coll. “Dwarves”naug + -rim
Neithan m. “The Wronged, (lit.) one who is deprived”neithan
Neldoreth loc.neldor + *-th
Nellas m. “?Three-leaf”nel- + lass
Nen Cenedril loc. “Mirrormere, (lit.) Lake Looking-glass”nen + cenedril
Nen Echui loc. “Water of Awakening”nen + echui
Nen Girith loc. “Shuddering Water”nen + girith
Nen Hithoel loc. “Mist-cool Water”nen + hîth + *oel
Nen Lalaith loc. “*Water of Laughter”nen + lalaith
Nenning loc. “? Water”nen + ?
Nenuial loc. “Lake Evendim, (lit.) Water of Twilight”nen + uial
Nevrast loc. “Hither Shore”nef + ras(t)
Niben-nog pn. “Petty Dwarf”niben + naug
Nimbrethil loc. “Silver-birches”nim + brethil¹
Nimloth pn. “White Blossom, Pale Blossom”nim + loth
Nimphelos pn. “Pale ?Snow”nimp¹ + loss¹
Nimrodel f. “Lady of the White Cave”nim + groth + -iel¹
Nindalf loc. “Wetwang”nîn¹ + talf¹ (soft-mutation)
Nínedhel pn. “?Tear(ful) Elf” ⇐ *nîn²? + Edhel
Níniel f. “Tear-maiden” ⇐ *nîn² + -iel¹
Nîn-in-Eilph loc. “Swanfleet, Waterlands of the Swans”nen (plural) + (plural) + alph (plural)
Nirnaeth Arnoediad pn. “Tears Unnumbered”
Nivrim loc. “West March”
Noegin pn. “Petty Dwarf”naug + ?
Nogotheg pn. “Dwarflet”Nogoth + -ig
Nogoth Niben pn. “Petty Dwarf”Nogoth (plural) + niben (plural)
Nogrod loc. “Hollowbold; (lit.) Hollow-delving, (later) Dwarf-delving”naug + groth
Nornhabar loc. “Dwarrowdelf” ⇐ #norn¹ + *sabar (soft-mutation)
Nost Finarfin pn. “House of Finarfin”
Núath loc. “?Under Shadow”nu + gwath¹
Núneth f. ⇐ Q. núna + -eth
Nurn loc.
Núrnen loc. “Sad Water, Dead Water”? + nen
Ódhel pn. “Elf who left for Aman”
Onodló loc. “Entwash”Onod + (h)lô
Orchaldor m. “*Tall Lord”orchal + -dor
Orcrist pn. “Orc-cleaver”orch + crist
Orfalch Echor loc. “*High Cleft of the Outer Circle”or + *falch + echor
Ornil m.orn + ?
Orod-na-Thôn loc. “Mount of the Pine Tree(s)”orod + na² + thôn
Orodreth m. “Mountaineer”orod + reth
Orodruin loc. “Mountain of Fire”orod + ruin
Oropher m.
Orophin m.
Orthanc loc. “Mount Fang, Forked Height”orod? + *thanc
Osgiliath loc. “Citadel of the Stars”ost + gil (class-plural)
Ossir loc. “Seven-rivers”
Ossiriand loc. “Land of Seven Rivers” ⇐ ✶otoso + sîr + †-iand
Ost-in-Edhil loc. “Fortress of the Eldar”ost + (plural) + Edhel (plural)
Othramar loc. “?Stranger Home”othol + bar
Othrondir pn. “?Stronghold Man”othrond + dîr¹
Panthael m. “Fullwise” ⇐ *pant + *sael (soft-mutation)
Parth Celebrant loc. “Field of Celebrant”parth + Celebrant
Parth Galen loc. “Green Sward”parth + calen (soft-mutation)
Pelargir loc. “Garth of Royal Ships”pêl + ar(a)- + cair (soft-mutation plural)
Pelennor loc. “Fenced Land”pêl + dôr
Pen-arduin loc.
Pengolodh m.pengolodh
Peredhel pn. “Half-elf” ⇐ *per- + Edhel
Perhael m. “Samwise, (lit.) Half-wise” ⇐ *per- + *sael (soft-mutation)
Pinnath Gelin loc. “Green Ridges”pind (class-plural) + calen (soft-mutation plural)
Poros loc.
Radhruin m.
Ragnir m.
Ragnor m.
Raith ’Ngorthrim loc.Paths of the Dead
Ramdal loc. “Wall’s-end”ram + tâl (soft-mutation)
Rammas Echor loc. “Great Wall of the Outer Circle”rammas + echor
Ras-Arphain loc.rass + ar(a)- + fain (plural)
Ras Mewrim loc. “*Cape of the Gulls”
Ras Morthil loc. “Andrast”ras(t) + morn + till (nasal-mutation)
Rasmund m. “Horned Bull”rass + mund
Rath Celerdain loc. “Lampwrights’ Street”rath + calardan (plural)
Rath Dínen loc. “Silent Street”rath + dínen
Rathlóriel loc. “Golden-bed”rath + #glóriel (soft-mutation)
Rauros loc. “Roaring Spray” ⇐ √RAW + ross¹
Region loc. “*Hollin”ereg + -ion²
Remmirath pn. “Netted Jewels”rem¹ + mîr + -ath
Rerir loc.
Rhevain coll. “Wild-men, Savages”rhovan (plural)
Rhosgobel loc. “Russet Village” ⇐ *rhosc + gobel
Rhovanion loc. “Wilderland”rhovan + -ion²
Rhudaur loc. “?East Forest”rhûn + taur¹ (soft-mutation)
Rhûn loc. “East”rhûn
Rhúnedain coll. “*Easterlings”
Rían f. “Crown-gift” + ann
Ringló loc. “Chillflood”ring + (h)lô
Ringnen loc. “Chill-water”ring + nen
Ringwil loc.ring + ?
Rivil loc.
Rochallor pn.roch + ?
Rochand loc. “Rohan, Horse-country”roch + †-iand
Roch-cheruin pn. “Steed of the Lady”roch + †heruin (soft-mutation)
Rochirrim coll. “Horse-lords”roch + hîr + -rim
Rochon Methestel pn. “Rider of the Last Hope”
Rodëol pn. “metal of Eöl” ⇐ *raud² + Un. Eöl
Rodnor m.raud¹ + naur
Rodwen f. “High Virgin Noble”raud¹ + gwend¹ (soft-mutation)
Rohan loc. “Riddermark, (lit.) Horse-country”roch + -ian
Roheryn pn. “Horse of the Lady”roch + heryn
Rohirrim coll. “Horse-lords”roch + hîr + -rim
Rúmil m.
Rúnavar pn.
Rúnedhel pn.
Sador m.sador
Saelind f. “Wise-heart”
Saelon m. ⇐ *sael + -on¹
Sammath Naur loc. “Chambers of Fire” ⇐ #sam (class-plural) + naur
Sarch nia Hîn Húrin pn. “Grave of the Children of Húrin”sarch + na² (plural) + hên (plural) + Húrin
Sarn Athrad loc. “Ford of Stones”sarn + athrad
Sarn Gebir loc. “Stone-spikes”sarn + ceber (soft-mutation plural)
Sennas Iaur loc. “Old Guesthouse”
Serech m.
Serni loc. “Pebble Bank”serni
Sigil Elu-naeth pn. “Necklace of the Woe of Thingol”
Silivros pn. “Sparkling Rain” ⇐ †silif + ross¹
Sîr Angren loc. “*River of Iron”sîr + angren
Sirannon pn. “Gate-stream”sîr + annon
Sirion loc. “Great River”sîr + iaun¹
Sirith loc. “Flowing”
Sîr Luin loc.sîr + luin
Sîr Ninglor loc. “Gladden River”sîr + ninglor
Taeglin loc. “*Boundary Singer” ⇐ *taeg + lind¹
Talath Dirnen loc. “Guarded Plain”talath + #tirnen (soft-mutation)
Talath Rhúnen loc. “East Vale”talath + rhúnen
Taras loc.
Taras-ness loc. “headland below Taras”
Targon m.taer¹ + -gon
Tarlang loc. “Stiff Neck; Stiff/Tough Passage”tarlang
Tarmund m. “Noble Bull” ⇐ Q. tar¹ + mund
Taur e-Ndaedelos loc. “Forest of the Great Fear”
Taur-en-Faroth loc. “Hills of the Hunters”taur¹ + en¹ + faroth
Taur-im-Duinath loc. “Forest between the Rivers”taur¹ + im² + duin (soft-mutation class-plural)
Taur-i-Melegyrn loc. “Forest of the Great Trees”
Taur-na-Chardhîn loc. “Forest of Southern Silence”
Taur-na-Foen loc. “Forest of the Foen”
Taur-na-Neldor loc. “Beech-forest”taur¹ + na² + neldor
Taur-nu-Fuin loc. “Forest under Night(shade)”taur¹ + nu + fuin
Tauron m. “Lord of Forests, (lit.) Forester”tauron
Tawar-in-Drúedain loc. “Drúadan Forest”tawar + (plural) + Drúadan (plural)
Tawarwaith loc. “Forest People”tawar + gwaith (soft-mutation)
Tegilbor m. “*Pen-fist”tegil + paur (soft-mutation)
Teiglin loc. see S. Taeglin
Telchar m.
#Teler pn. “Teleri”
Tengyl pn. “Signifier”
**Terchil coll. “High-men”
Thalion m. “Steadfast, Strong”thalion
Thalos loc. “Torrent” ⇐ ?thalos
Thangorodrim loc. “Mountains of Tyranny”thang + orod + -rim
Tharbad loc. “Crossway, Crossing”thar + pâd
Thargelion loc. “Land beyond Gelion”thar + Gelion
Thenfalas loc.Short Beachthent + falas
Thindrim coll. “Sindar”thind + -rim
Thingódhel pn. “*Grey Noldo”thind + Gódhel
Thingol m. “Greycloak, Greymantle”thind + *coll¹ (soft-mutation)
Thinnedhel pn. “Grey-elf”thind + Edhel
Thinrod m. “noble member of the Thindrim”thind + arod
Thonador loc.thôn (old-genitive) + dôr
Thorondir m. “*Eagle-man”thoron + dîr¹
Thorondor m. “King of Eagles”thoron + -dor
Thorongil pn. “Eagle of the Star”thoron + gil
Thoronhîn pn. “Eorlingas”
Thranduil m. “Vigorous Spring”tharan + *tuil
Thû m. “Sauron; Manwë?”thû
Thurin m. “Secret”thurin
Thuringud m. “Hidden Foe”thurin + *cûd (soft-mutation)
Thuringwethil f. “Woman of Secret Shadow”thurin + gwath¹ (plural) + -iel¹
Tinúviel f. “Nightingale, (lit.) Daughter of Twilight” ⇐ *tinnu + -iel¹
Tol Brandir loc. “Tindrock, (lit.) Isle of the Great Steeples”tol + brand² + ?
Tol Falas loc. “*Island of the Shore”tol + falas
Tol Galen loc. “Green Isle”tol + calen (soft-mutation)
Tol-in-Gaurhoth loc. “Isle of Werewolves”tol + (plural) + gaur + hoth
Tol Morwen loc. “*Island of Morwen”tol + Morwen
Tol Sirion loc. “*Island of Sirion”tol + Sirion
Torech Ungol loc. “Shelob’s Lair (lit.) Tunnel of the Spider”torech + ungol
Torhir Ifant m.taur² + hîr + ^iphant
#Trann loc. “Shire”
Tumhalad loc.
Tumladen loc. “Wide Valley, flat valley with steep sides”tum + laden
Turamarth m. “Master of Doom”tûr + amarth
Turcomund m. “Chief of Bulls” ⇐ Q. *turco¹ + mund
Turgon m. “Ruling Lord, Victory Prince, (lit.) Master Shout”tûr + -gon
Túrin m.tûr + ind
Tyrn Gorthad loc. “Barrow-downs”torn¹ (plural) + gorthad
Udalraph m. “Stirrupless”ú- + *talraph (soft-mutation)
Udûn loc. “Dark Pit”
Uilos loc. “Ever-snow”ui¹ + loss¹
Uldor m.ul- + -dor
Ulfang m.ul- + fang
Ulfast m.ul- + fast
Ulwarth m.ul- + gwarth (soft-mutation)
Úmarth m. “Ill-fate”ú- + amarth
Ungoliant f.ungol + ?
Urthel m.
Urwen f. ⇐ *ûr¹ + gwend¹ (soft-mutation)
Yssi m. “Ossë”
Yssion m. “Ossë”