Nan. Loeg Ningloron loc. “Gladden Fields, (lit.) Pools of the Golden Water-flowers”

Nan. Loeg Ningloron loc. “Gladden Fields, (lit.) Pools of the Golden Water-flowers”
possibly Nandorin given genitive form -on as in Caras Galadon

References ✧ S/295; SA/laurë, nen; SI/Gladden Fields, Loeg Ningloron; UT/280; UTI/Gladden Fields, Loeg Ningloron

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loeg “pool”
S. ninglor “golden water-flower” genitive plural
S. nîn¹ “wet” ✧ SA/nen

N. Palath-ledin loc. “Gladden Fields”

Earliest Elvish name for the Gladden Fields appearing in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s (TI/114), a combination of palath² “iris” and a plural (possibly Ilkorin) form of lhad “plain”, as suggested by Roman Rausch (EE/2.8).

See Nan. Loeg Ningloron for further discussion.

References ✧ TI/114; TII

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palath² “iris” ✧ TI/114
lhad “plain” soft-mutation plural ✧ TI/114 (ledin)