Ed. Huor m.
Conceptual Development: In the earliest Lost Tales, the father of Tuor was first named G. Peleg “axe” (LT2/88, LT2A/Peleg). The name was revised to ᴱN. Fengel in Lays of Beleriand from the 1920s (LB/145). The name only became N. Huor in the Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s (SM/24, LR/275), and in The Etymologies was given as a Noldorin name meaning “heart-vigour, courage”, derived from primitive ᴹ✶Khōgore (Ety/KHŌ-N, GOR). In notes for the Silmarillion revisions from the 1950s-60s Tolkien decided his name was adapted from his native language, as noted above.
References ✧ LotRI; LT2I; PM/348; PMI; RSI; SI; UTI; WJI
N. Huor m. “heart-vigour, courage”
References ✧ Ety/GOR, KHŌ-N; LRI; SDI2/Huor; SMI; WRI
|ᴹ✶Khōgore > Huor||[kʰōgore] > [kʰūgore] > [xūgore] > [xūɣore] > [xūɣor] > [xuor] > [huor]||✧ Ety/GOR|
ᴱN. Fengel m.
References ✧ LB/145; LBI; SMI