S. Taur-na-Foen loc. “Forest of the Foen”
Another name for Dorthonion translated “Forest of the Foen” in a philological fragment of uncertain date, a combination of taur “forest”, na(n) “of” and the mountain name Foen (WJ/187 note #32). It also appeared in another note from the early 1950s where the name was said to be “Beleriandric” (PE21/79).
References ✧ PE21/79; WJ/187; WJI/Foen, Taur-na-Foen
|taur||“forest, wood”||✧ PE21/79; WJ/187|
|na(n)||“of; with, along with, accompanied by, provided with or by, associated with, marked with”||✧ PE21/79 (na); WJ/187 (na)|
|Foen||“Long Sight”||✧ PE21/79; WJ/187; WJI/Foen|