S. Andram loc. “Long Wall”

S. Andram, loc. “Long Wall”

A wall of hills in Beleriand from Nargothrond to Ramdal, translated “Long Wall” (S/122). This name is a combination of and “long” and ram “wall” (SA/an(d), ram).

Conceptual Development: The name N. Andram first appeared in Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s with the same translation “Long Wall” (LR/262). It also appeared in The Etymologies from the 1930s with the same derivation as above (Ety/ÁNAD, RAMBĀ).

References ✧ S/122; SA/an(d), ram; SI; WJI

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and “long” ✧ SA/an(d) (an(d))
ram “wall” ✧ SA/ram

N. Andram loc. “Long Wall”

See S. Andram for discussion.

References ✧ Ety/ÁNAD, RAMBĀ; LR/262; LRI

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ann “long” ✧ Ety/ÁNAD
rham “wall” ✧ Ety/RAMBĀ
ᴹ√RAB² ✧ Ety/ÁNAD (RAMBĀ)
ᴹ√ANAD “*long” ✧ Ety/RAMBĀ (ÁNAD)