S. Ramdal loc. “Wall’s-end”
Conceptual Development: In Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, this name first appeared as N. Ramdal (LR/262) >> Rhamdal (LR/283). The second form appeared in The Etymologies with essentially the same the derivation as given above, albeit with an initial rh- fitting the earlier Noldorin phonology (Ety/TAL).
References ✧ S/122; SA/ram, tal; SI; WJI/Rhamdal
|tâl||“foot; [lower] end”||soft-mutation||✧ SA/tal (dal)|
N. Rhamdal loc. “Wall’s End”
References ✧ Ety/TAL; LR/262, 283; LRI/Ramdal; WJI
|tâl||“foot; (lower) end”||soft-mutation||✧ Ety/TAL (tal-)|
|ᴹ√RAB²||✧ Ety/TAL (RAMBĀ)|