G. Timbridhil f. “Queen of Stars”
Precursor to S. Elbereth from the Gnomish Lexicon from the 1910s, a combination of tim “star” and Bridhil “queen” (GL/24, 70). In this period, only its Qenya equivalent ᴱQ. Tinwetári was used in the narratives. The name did appear in the earliest Silmarillion drafts of the late 1920s (SM/82), and a variant of this name, N. Timbredhil, appeared in The Etymologies from the 1930s (Ety/TIN), but starting with the Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, Tolkien consistently used Elbereth instead.
See S. Elbereth for further discussion.
References ✧ GL/18, 24, 71; LBI; LT1A/Tinwetári; PE14/14; SM/82; SMI/Tim-Bridhil
|tim||“spark, gleam, (star)”||✧ GL/70; LT1A/Tinwë Linto|
|Bridhil||✧ GL/24; GL/71; LT1A/Tinwetári|
|brindi||“(Queen) Princess”||✧ GL/24 (Brindi)|