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Naugrim = what the Elves call we Dwarves when they are being politically correct Orc Grinning Smilie
Mithlond, the Grey Havens at the Gulf of Lhûn.
Derndingle
Esgaroth = Men's city on the Long Lake.
Herucalmo, consort of Queen Tar-Vanimeldë of Númenor. After the queen's death, Herucalmo seized the kingship and ruled for 20 years until his death, after which his son Alcarin (the rightful heir) finally ascended to the throne.
Osgiliath
Harad
Dimrill Stair
Ranugad Galbasi
Istari - who's that guy mel?
Isumbras = the first name of the 13th, the 23rd, and the 28th Thains of the Shire.
Thorin: "Ranugad Galbasi" is the Gaffer, that was his name "in the original language of the Hobbits". JRRT "translated" that name into English as "Hamfast Gamgee". Tolkien's point of view within the Legendarium was that he did not write or create these stories, rather he simply translated them into English, from the Red Book of Westmarch.

Solmath, the second month of the Shire Calendar
Halfred Gamgee of Overhill (uncle of Sam Gamgee)
(Ranugad Galbasi is the original Hobbit name of Hamfast Gamgee.)
Lotho
Orcrist
Thrihyrne = the three tall peaks behind the Hornburg at Helm's Deep.
Ettenmoors, the troll-infested wild lands far north of Rivendell.
Sauron
Nenya
Aglarond caves (Glittering Caves )
Seat of Seeing = Amon Hen
Grip, one of Farmer Maggot's dogs
pelenor
Ring of Air (Vilya)
Radagast
Thrushes of Erebor and Dale = friendly birds who could communicate with the Men and Dwarves from there.
Enedwaith, the (mostly) empty land between Arnor and Gondor, west of the Misty Mountains.
Heart of the Mountain (Arkenstone )
Nessa, spouse of Tulkas
arathorn
Narie ( Forelithe the month of June in the Shire )
Elfwine = ninteenth King of Rohan
Elfhelm, a marshal of Rohan
Mithrandir
Rauros
Súrion, King of Numenor -- son of Tar-Anárion, grandson of Queen Tar-Ancalimë.
Nimloth
High Hay = the tall thick hedge on the eastern side of Buckland that ran from Brandywine Bridge south to the meeting of the Withywindle with the Brandywine River at Haysend. It separated Buckland from the Old Forest.
Yávië, a season of the Elvish calendar. Corresponds to late summer and early autumn (54 days long).
Edhellond = the harbor from which the southern white ships of the Eldar sailed to Aman; it means 'elf-haven'.
Dírhael, father of Gilraen, and grandfather of Aragorn.
Lamps of the Valar
Ringló River = located in Lamdon Gondor; the largest tributary of the Morthond
Roäc, the old talking raven who lived near Erebor in The Hobbit
Carc = Roäc's father
Caras Galadhon, The tree-city of Lothlórien
Nienna - One of the Aratar
Avari = the Silvan Elves
Ithryn, the Sindarin name for the Istari.
North Moors = the moors in the Northfarthing where Sam's cousin Hal reported seeing a Tree-man (an Ent?).
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