Adamanta Chubb (or Took )
Xerexes = used in one of Tolkien's letters
OOC: ARGH didn't we just have that one a week or two ago, with the "X"? LOL!!!
Stybba, Merry's pony
Since everybody seems to be taking names from the polls
Nan Curunír = the Wizard's Vale, the Valley of Saruman. The valley where Isengard was located.
Lugbúrz, the name of Barad-dûr in the Black Speech.
Lamedon, a region of Gondor
Nandor = those Teleri who, afraid of the Misty Mountains gave up the Great Journey to Valinor and settled in the Valley of the Anduin before finally spreading to the south and west.
Lenwë, leader of the Nandor Elves that Grondy mentioned a few posts back.
Rohirric = the language of the Rohirrim.
Cirdan (was a great shipwright and mariner of the Elves. He had the strongest foresight of all the Elves in Middle-earth, and he gave Narya - his Ring of Power - to Gandalf, for he perceived that the Wizard would need it. As Lord of the Grey Havens, Cirdan oversaw the departure of the Elves across the Sea to the Undying Lands, and it is said that he remained in Middle-earth until the Last Ship set sail.)
Námo, the actual name of the Vala we call 'Mandos'
Orfalch Echor = The deep ravine barred with seven gates leading into Gondolin.
Teleporno, the rather amusing translation of Celeborn's name into the language of the Teleri
Three-farthing Stone = stone marker denoting the meeting place of the Eastfarthing, Westfarthing, and Southfarthing. It is approcimately in the center og the Shire and lies on the Great East Road.
Ered Lindon, another name for Ered Luin or the Blue Mountains
Hasufel = the large grey horse Éomer lent to Aragorn.
Ladybarrow, the grave of Haleth, also known as Haudh-en-Arwen
Rúmil - The creator of the written letters, but was overtaken by Fëanorian Tengwar