S. Henneth Annûn loc. “Window of the Sunset”

S. Henneth Annûn, loc. “Window of the Sunset”

The falls where the men of Faramir camped, translated “Window of the Sunset” (LotR/674), a combination of henneth “window” and annûn “sunset” (RC/473).

Conceptual Development: In Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, Tolkien considered a large number of names before settling on N. Henneth Annûn (WR/164).

References ✧ LotR/674; LotRI/Henneth Annûn; PE17/64; PMI/Henneth Annûn; RC/473; SA/andúnë; UTI/Henneth Annûn



henneth “window” ✧ LotR/674; RC/473
annûn “sunset, west; (lit.) going down” ✧ LotR/674; PE17/64; RC/473 (Annû(n)); SA/andúnë

N. Henneth Annûn loc. “Window of the Sunset”

See S. Henneth Annûn for discussion.

References ✧ SDI1/Henneth Annûn; WR/164; WRI/Henneth Annûn