S. Eithel Ivrin loc. “Ivrin’s Well”

S. Eithel Ivrin, loc. “Ivrin’s Well”

Source of the river Narog (S/209) translated “Ivrin’s Well” (WJ/139), a combination of eithel “spring, well” and the name Ivrin (SA/eithel).

Conceptual Development: In Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, this name first appeared as N. Ivrineithil with the same elements and meaning (SM/313, LR/139).

References ✧ LT2I/Eithel Ivrin; SA/eithel; SI/Eithel Ivrin; SM/323; SMI/Eithel Ivrin, Ivrineithil; WJ/139; WJI/Eithel Ivrin

Glosses

Elements

eithel “source [of water], spring, well” ✧ SA/eithel
Ivrin

N. Ivrineithil loc. “Ivrin’s Well”

See S. Eithel Ivrin for discussion.

References ✧ LRI; SM/323; SMI/Eithel Ivrin, Ivrin, Ivrineithil; WJI/Eithel Ivrin

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Elements

Ivrin
eithel “issue of water, spring, well, fountain”