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S. Gondor, loc. “Stone-land”
Conceptual Development: This land was first mentioned as ᴹQ. Ondor in the 1930s in drafts of the tale of the Fall of Númenor (LR/33). While this name could be Noldorin, linguistic notes from the 1940s indicate it was Quenya (PE22/125). In Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, it first appeared as ᴹQ. Ond (R/381), revised to Ondor (TI/146) and finally Gondor (TI/423).
References ✧ Let/409.2402; LotRI; LRI; MRI; PE17/028.2902; PE17/028.3113; PMI; PMI/Ondor.003; RC/347.2004; RSI; SA/dôr.024; SA/gond.005; SD/129.0101; SDI1; SDI2; SDI2/Ondor.005; SI; TI/310.1105; TI/423.2702; TII; UTI; WJI; WRI
|gond||“stone, rock, stone (as a material)”||✧ PE17/028.2913; PE17/028.3206 (gŏn-); RC/347.2207 (gon-); SA/gond.001|
|✶gon-||“a stone”||✧ Let/410.0207 (gon(o))|
ᴹQ. Ondor loc.
See S. Gondor for discussion.
|Ondoresse||locative||“in Gondor”||✧ PE22/125.2201; PE22/126.0307|