S. Glórindol m. “Goldenhead”

S. Glórindol, m. “Goldenhead”

Descriptor of Hador, usually appearing in its lenited form Lórindol after his name and translated “Goldenhead” (S/147, WJ/234). This name is a combination of glaur “gold” and dol(l) “head” (SA/dol, laurë).

Conceptual Development: In Silmarillion revisions from the 1950s-60s, the first appearance of this name was Glorindol with a short o (WJ/228), and in one place his name was revised to Glorindal with an a (WJ/226).

References ✧ MRI/Hador; SA/dol, laurë; SI/Hador, Lórindol; WJ/228, 234; WJI/Glorindol, Lorindol

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Inflections

Lorindol soft-mutation; g-mutation   ✧ MRI/Hador; WJ/228
Lorindol soft-mutation; g-mutation “Goldenhead” ✧ WJ/234; WJI/Lorindol
Lórindol soft-mutation; g-mutation   ✧ SA/dol; SA/laurë
Lórindol soft-mutation; g-mutation “Goldenhead” ✧ SI/Hador; SI/Lórindol

Elements

#glórin “*golden” ✧ SA/dol (#Lórin)
dol(l) “head, hill” soft-mutation ✧ SA/dol (dol)