S. Lasgalen loc. “Green of Leaf”
Conceptual Development: In Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, this name appeared as N. Lhasgalen (LR/210), and Lhasgalen also appeared in The Etymologies with the translation “Greenleaf” and essentially the same derivation given above (Ety/LAS¹).
References ✧ MR/155; MRI; PE17/119
|calen||“green; fresh, vigorous; †bright”||soft-mutation|