S. Cordof m. “Pippin”

S. Cordof, m. “Pippin”

Sindarin translation of the name Pippin, referring to the son of Samwise Gamgee rather than the Peregrin Took (SD/117, 126). This name may have the same meaning as Pippin = Wes. razar “a kind of small red apple” (PM/51), as suggested by David Salo (GS/346).

References ✧ SD/117, 126, 129; SDI1/Cordof

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cordof “pippin, *(small red) apple” ✧ SD/126

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