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Haradwaith
Helms Deep
Pimple - Sackville-Baggins
Baldor = eldest son of second King of Rohan; his body was found on the Paths of the Dead by Aragorn's Grey Company.

Opps after all that work I went after the wrong letter. Okay, here is my E-word Orc Grinning Smilie

Emeldir = Beren's mum. She unlike Eowyn, led the women and children to safety in a time of evil, even though she would rather had joined the men in the fighting.
Robin - born in 1440 as one of Sam's youngest sons
Niena
Adorn - The River
Narvi the " doormaker" to Lord Durin's entrance in Moria
Iant Iaur = the stone Bridge of Esgalduin in Beleriand on the road between Brithiach and Arossiach spanning the River Esgalduin just north of Doriath.
Tarlang's Neck - the road into Lamedon
Kuduk = What hobbits actually called their kind in their language at the end of the Third Age.
Kin-strife - A Civil War of Gondor
The Elder People - Faramir's way to name the elves
Elros - Elrond's brother
Sickle = also known as: The Great Bear, Ursa Major, The Wain, Valacirca, The Seven Stars, Durin's Crown, and our Big Dipper.
Elfhelm - (the Marshal)
Medusheld
Dior - Thingold's heir
Roheryn = Aragorn's horse that was brought to him in Rohan by Halbarad.
Nirnaeth Arnoediad - The Battle of Unnumbered Tears
Dora Baggins = She of the lengthy letters full of good advice, who then received a wastepaper basket as her inheritance from Bilbo. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Scary - A Village of the Shire
Yellow Face = what Gollum called the Sun.
Elbreth
Hadhodrond - Elves name for Khazad-dűm
Dunharrow
Woses = P˙kel-men = Dr˙edain = Wild Men of the Dr˙adan Forest; GhÔn-buri-GhÔn was one of these. See UT for a good essay on these little people.
Sauron
Nenuial - Sindarin, "Water of the Twilight" - Lake Evendim in northern Arnor.
Louthien
Narsil
Lossoth - Sindarin, "Snowmen" - People who lived on the Ice-bay of Forochel.

Been seeing a bunch of repeated words ...
House of Finarfin = the House of Finrod, the third House of FinwŰ. They were golden haired Elves.

The repeats are because not everyone has direct access to the books and are playing from memory. I try to find lesser known names in order to spread around a little more knowledge. Teacher Smilie
It isn't whether you win or lose, or how you play the game, but whether you are having fun.
Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Ach! Another "N!"

Nindalf - "Wetwang" - Marshes on the Anduin below Rauros.

Ah. I too shall endeavor to dig up lesser known terms that don't end in "S" or "N" lol
FinwÚ
╔omer
Another R Loss ? Big Laugh Smilie
Radagast ( one of the wizards )
Tolkien - Who can forget.............
Nimbrethil = white-birch; the timbers used to build Vingilot by Cirdan and Eńrendil were felled in these birchwoods in Arvenien.
Lebennin - A Region in South Gondor
Neldoreth
Hosse - Quenya for Army
Elendili = 'The Faithful', the Elf-friends
Ithilien
naur - Sindarin, "fire"
Rhosgobel (the name of the walley where Radagast lived )
Lassemista = a Rowan-tree of Fangorn, felled by the Orcs of Isengard. You can find it in Treebeard's lament.
Aiwe (Quenia word for bird)
Eˇrlingas
Shelob's Lair one of the places J.R.R.T clearly tells everyone not to enjoy
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