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Dol Amroth = Chief city of Belfalas, Gondor.
Hurin
Nan curunir
Rohirim
Minas Morgul
Lossarnach ( Province of Gondor )
Hobbiton
Nan Elmoth
Heathertoe
Sharp-ears = one of Merry's ponies; it was named by Tom Bombadil after his rescue of the hobbits from the Barrow-wight.
Sammath Naur (Chambers of Fire)



Ronald-one of tolkien's middle names
Déagol
Last Homely House
Ered Lithui ( Ash Mountains - Mountains forming the northern border of Mordor )
istari
Iarwein Ben-adar, another name for Tom Bombadil, i could be wrong and if i am, someone please correct me!
It was spelled Iarwain Ben-adar, but that's good enough for what were doing here. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie

Rauros = the giant trickle of water that flows over a cliff-top on its way to the Bay of Belfalas. The great noise this water makes in transit, sounds just like its name.
Silmarils
Shagrat (the orc!)
Théoden
Narvi = the Dwarven maker of the Western Gate of Khazad-dûm.
imladris
Sarehole, south of Birmingham where J.R.R.T grew up.
Eglarest - elven ship haven in the sil.
Tom - one certain Bombadil
Mormegil
Lorien
Noldolante
Eowyn
Nargothrond
Dis
swertings (the shire name for the haradrim)
Shire
eored
Derndingle
Eru
Uinen (the Maiar)
Narsil
Leap of Beren = Beren's great leap from the ground to Curufin's horse while being run-down by Celegorm, who with Curufin were trying to kidnap Luthien; they only succeeded in losing Angrist and gaining the enmity of Huan.
Narog
Gimli
Ithillen
Nahald = 'secret' in Northern Mannish (hobbitish) and translated into Old English would be Deágol.
deagol I bet that noone can gues where I found this one Winking Smilie
Oh oh oh!!!!!

Legolas!!!!! Animated Wink Smilie
Sauron
Nori
Istari
Incánus = the name Gandalf was known as in the land of the southrons, the Haradrim.
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