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Sirannon = the Gate Stream near Moria's western gate, where the Watcher lived. Actually it was a river that had its source there and flowed west to join with the Galanduin, Loudwater, and Hoarwell Rivers, to become the Greyflood (Gwathlo) on its way to the sea where at its mouth the Second Age City of Vinyalondë (Lond Daer) had been established by Tar-Aldarion.
Another N word Grondy ???
Nibs" Cotton
(Brother of Rose Cotton Gamgee)
Narn I HÎn Húrin = The Children of Húrin Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Nori (Dwarf of Thorin & Company)
Ibun = a son of the Petty Dwarf Mîm
Nár (Companion of Thror)
Rauros ( the falls of rauros )
Sunnendei = an earlier form of Sunday, the second day of the Hobbit week.
Imrath Gondraich (Stonewain Valley in Gondor)
Hornblower = the family name of Southfarthing hobbits. The most famous of whom was Old Horry Hornblower, a naval captain during the War of the Ring. He was owner of a rowboat ferry service across the Brandywine at Grindwall near the Withywindle's outlet. (If you believe that last bit, I've got a bridge down at Sarn Ford I'd like to sell you.) Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Rushdown
Tributary of the Anduin. The Rushdown began on the eastern side of the Misty Mountains. It was joined by another small mountain stream. The Rushdown flowed into the Anduin about 50 miles north of the Carrock and about 50 miles south of the Langwell - the source of the Anduin
Oh goody! Elf Winking Smilie Nandor = 'Those who turn back.' The group of Elves who, frightened of the Misty Mountains, stayed east of them; thus giving up the Great Journey to Valinor after they had been invited there by the Valar. They were led by Lenwë.
Grondy is beginning to like the N words? Nooo, that was sarcasm Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie

Riddle in the Dark
King of the Elves of Northern Mirkwood
Dunharrow
Wilderland = Rhovanion, the lands between the River Running and the Misty Mountains.
Denethor
Redhorn Gate = the major pass over the south-central Misty Mountains whose eastern end was the Dimrill Stair. It traversed the southern side of Mt. Barazinbar, which was also known as Redhorn, Caradhras the Cruel, and Baraz.
Elven Smith
Hobbit
Thorin Oakenshield
Erebor
Riddermark
Kine of Araw
Wild white oxen of eastern Middle-earth. The kine of Araw were great beasts that lived in the lands near the Sea of Rhun. According to legend, they were descended from the kine of the Vala called Araw or Orome, who was a great hunter. Vorondil, a Steward of Gondor who lived from 1919 to 2029, was also a great hunter and he slew one of the kine and used its horn to make the Great Horn that was borne by the heirs of the Stewards until the death of Boromir.
War of the Ring - that war fought at the end of the Third Age between Sauron and the free peoples of Middle-earth. Sauron and his forces lost this war.
Great Council of Gondor
Radagast
Thistle Brook = a brook whose source was in the Green Hill Country and it flowed into the Shirebourn near Willowbottom.
Khazad dúm
Meriadoc Brandybuck
Caras Galadhon
(City of the Elves of Lothlorien. Caras Galadhon was a city in the trees)
Nûmenor = Island nation of the Dúneain in the Second Age
Rivendell
Lorinand an old name of lothlorien
Daeron = the greatest minstrel who ever lived East of the Sea. His love for Luthien was not returned.
Nori
Isildur's Bane
Emeldir = mother of Beren One-hand and thus Luthien's mother-in-law.
Ringló
River in southern Gondor.
Óin - King Óin of the Grey Mountains, not The Hobbit Óin
Olvar = growing things having roots in the ground; in other words plant-life forms as opposed to kelvar the animal lifeforms.
Shuck darn, Loss beat me by a minute, so:

Nogrod = First Age dwarven city that was located in the Ered Luin south of Mount Dolmed. The Dwarves from there made the Nauglamir.
Drúadan Forest -The forest that grew around the feet of the Eilenach beacon-hill in Anórien, so named for the remnant of the Drúedain who lived there.
Thengel
Sixteenth King of Rohan; father of Theoden
Láthspell Gríma’s insulting name for Gandalf
Rohan
Oh goody! 'nuther n-word.

Narsilion = the lore 'Song of Sun and Moon' about their creation.
Oh goody! 'nuther n-word. Big Laugh Smilie
Nardol:

The third of the seven Beacon-hills of Gondor
Lumbar = one of the stars Varda fabricated from the dews of Telperion for the awakening of the Elves. Its size, color, and location in the modern sky remains lost in time.
Riddermark
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