S. Ulwarth m.
Son of the traitorous Easterling chief Ulfang (S/157). This name seems to be Sindarin, and therefore was probably not his true name. It seems to be a combination of (N.) ul- “*ugly” and the lenited form of (N.) gwarth “betrayer”.
Conceptual Development: This character was named N. Ulwar when he first appeared in Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, later changed to N. Ulwarth (SM/320, LR/147). This second name appeared in The Etymologies as a combination of ᴹ√ULUG and N. gwarth, the source of the derivation given above (Ety/ÚLUG, WAR).
References ✧ SI; WJI
N. Ulwarth m.
References ✧ Ety/ÚLUG, WAR; LR/147; LRI; SM/320; SMI/Ulwar
|ᴹ√ULUG||“*hideous, deformed”||✧ Ety/WAR (ÚLUG)|