N. Amon Lhaw loc.
References ✧ TI/364; TII/Amon Lhaw; WRI/Amon Lhaw
ᴹQ. Larmindon loc.
An earlier name for Amon Lhaw appearing in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s (TI/364), apparently a combination of some form of the root ᴹ√LAS² having to do with hearing and mindon “tower”, as suggested by Roman Rausch (EE/2.61).
References ✧ TI/364; TII/Amon Lhaw, Larmindon
N. Lhawhen loc.
A variety of names for the hills Amon Lhaw and Amon Hen first consider by Tolkien in Lord of the Rings drafts from the 1940s (TI/387). These names are all combinations of the elements lhaw “ears” or ᴹ√LAS² “listen” with hên “eye” or ᴹ√TIR “watch”, as analyzed by Roman Rausch (EE/2.61).
References ✧ TI/387