S. Cerin Amroth loc. “Amroth’s Mound”

S. Cerin Amroth, loc. “Amroth’s Mound”

A hill in Lothlórien (LotR/350). It is translated “Amroth’s Mound”, and is a combination of cerin “circular mound, artificial hill” and the name Amroth (RC/309).

Conceptual Development: In Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s, the name first appeared as N. Coron Amroth, immediately revised to Cerin Amroth (TI/234).

References ✧ LotRI/Amroth, Cerin Amroth; PMI/Cerin Amroth, Kerin Amroth; RC/309; SA/coron; UTI/Cerin Amroth

Glosses

Variations

Elements

cerin “circular mound, artificial hill” ✧ RC/309; SA/coron
Amroth “upclimber, high climber” ✧ LotRI/Amroth; RC/309

N. Cerin Amroth loc.

See S. Cerin Amroth for discussion.

References ✧ TI/234; TII/Cerin Amroth

Variations

Changes

Elements

cerin “round enclosure”
Amroth