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Laurelin = One of the two trees in Valinor
Neekerbreekers
Stone of Erech
Haradrim = Men from the south
Mathom-house
Elostirion = the tallest and western most of the White Towers; here was kept the palantir which over-looked the Undying Lands.
Nevrast
Thingol
Lossarnach
Horondor = South Gondor that was located between the Poros and the Harnen in the Third Age.
Rorimac Brandybuck
Khamul
Longbottom
Moriquendi = Elves of darkness
Ivriniel
Luinil = the blue star that Varda wrought from the dews of Telperion.
lathspell
Lorien
Nargothrond
Diamond Took = Mrs. Peregrin
Khazad-dum (Moria )
Morgoth
Haleth
Heya RafaelWaving Hello Smilie
Hurin

Angel Smilie reentering in my own silent way Angel Smilie
Nazgúl
Lugburz
Zirakzigil - The Silvertine
Léod = Eorl's daddy
Doriath
Hasufel
Legolas
Shadowfax - one marvellous four-legged friend!!
Awww man! Great way to kill the thread Rafael, LOL!!! Elf With a Big Grin Smilie I don't think ANYTHING in Tolkien begins with "X".

Well, unless someone can find anything, I'll have to "bend the rules" a little (sorry guys!!)

Axantur (great-grandson of Elros)
Meneldur Elentirmo: see Tolkien's Letter #52 which was written 29 November 1943 to his son Christopher in which he wrote, "The quarrelsome conceited Greeks managed to pull it off against Xerxes..."

And now back to the game with:

Radbug = a Tower of Cirith Ungol Orc, whose eyes were squeezed out by Shagrat. Yuck!
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Meneldur Elentirmo: see Tolkien's Letter #52 which was written 29 November 1943 to his son Christopher in which he wrote, "The quarrelsome conceited Greeks managed to pull it off against Xerxes..."

LOL!!!!!! Leave it to Grondy to find THAT!! I dunno, I think that one would be a bit of a stretch. Aren't we supposed to stick with people/places/things from within the universe of Middle Earth itself?

Gil-galad
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Awww man! Great way to kill the thread Rafael, LOL!!! I don't think ANYTHING in Tolkien begins with "X".
Of course we all have to bend over to Sir Grondy! But he has used it before, so I knew I wasn't really killingthe thread, hurting a bit though"" Angel Smilie

Durin
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I knew I wasn't really killingthe thread, hurting a bit though

Yeah, I'll say. (*snicker*) After checking the indexes of the books, I must've spent a good half-hour searching the web to find ANYTHING in Tolkien beginning with an 'X'. Actually even an 'x' in the SECOND position was pretty difficult. Wink Smilie

Nenya, the Elvish Ring of Water
Aragorn a simple as that.

And again our regards to Sir G (nay not Gawain) knowing that he'll always sorrt things out for us!
Nen Girith the waterfalls from the tale of Túrin Turambar
Hunting Party = comprised of Thingol, Beren, Mablung, Beleg, and Huan; they were after the ravaging Carcharoth, the Wolf of Angband.
Yavanna
Amlaith of Fornost
Tom... let's say the Troll Elf Winking Smilie
Mablung
Gaffer
Rivendell
Lord of the Glittering Caves = Gimli, Gloin's son.
Sméagol
Lothlorien
Nukukkizdîn = the Petty Dwarves' name for the Caverns of Narog, where Nargothrond was later built.
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