N. Amroth m.
References ✧ LR/12, 31; LRI; TI/223; TII
N. Agaldor m.
Perhaps the earliest name for Q. Elendil, immediately revised to Amroth, appearing in the earliest version of the tale of the Fall of Númenor (LR/12, 31). The language and the meaning of the name are unclear, but it appears to be Noldorin.
See Q. Elendil for further discussion.
References ✧ LR/12; LRI
N. Ammalas m.
Earliest form of the name of Amroth, first changed to Amaldor and then Amroth (TI/223). The meaning of these name are unclear, but Roman Rausch suggested they both contain the element am “up” appearing in his later name, and possibly end with the lenited forms of lhass “leaf” (or possibly glass “joy”) and Galdor (EE/2.26).
See S. Amroth for further discussion.
References ✧ TI/223; TII/Amroth