S. huorn, n. “?Spirit Tree”

References ✧ LotRI/Huorns.001; PE17/086.1102; RC/425.2611; UTI/Huorns.001; WR/056.0303; WRI

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hû¹ “spirit, shadow” ✧ PE17/086.1109
orn “(tall) tree” ✧ RC/425.2903; UTI/Huorns.022
KHUG “bark, bay” ✧ RC/425.2705

ᴹQ. Ornómi coll. “Trees with Voices”

An earlier term for the huorn appearing in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, also appearing as Ornómar, variously glossed “Talking Trees” and “Trees with Voices” (WR/50, 52, 55). It is apparently a combination of orne “tree” and a pluralized form of óma “voice”, as suggested by Roman Rausch (EE/3.3).

References ✧ WR/050.3202; WR/052.1810; WR/055.3702; WRI; WRI/Ornómi.004

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orne “(high isolated) tree”
óma “voice” plural

ᴹQ. Lamorni coll. “Talking Trees”

An earlier term for the huorn appearing in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s glossed “Talking Trees” (WR/50), apparently a combination of some form of the root ᴹ√LAM having to do with language and the plural of orne “tree”, as suggested by Roman Rausch (EE/3.3).

References ✧ WR/050.3201; WRI

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ᴹ√LAM
orne “(high isolated) tree” plural

N. Galbedir n. “Talking Tree”

References ✧ WR/047.3510; WR/050.3113; WRI

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